Guernsey 0-2 England This historic match was played in dreadful conditions, but with a superb spirit being shown by both sides. Unfortunately, due to days of torrential rain, the original venue, the Track, home of Bellgrave Wanderers, was declared unplayable as a result of being waterlogged on Thursday. The committee in Guernsey worked a minor… Read more »
RECORD ATTENDANCE OF 3200 FOR A WALKING FOOTBALL INTERNATIONAL WFA HONOURED TO BE INVITED IN A MAJOR DEVELOPMENT FOR THE SPORT GREECE V ENGLAND OVER 50s GREECE 0 V 0 ENGLAND OVER 60s GREECE 0 V 1 ENGLAND John Cooper ATENDANCE: 3,200 RETHYMNO, CRETE. SUNDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2019 More information: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/oct/12/england-six-a-side-world-cup-big-ron-atkinson OVER 50s England’s… Read more »
OVER 50’s FINAL ENGLAND 4 V 1 ITALY England Scorers: Evans (2) Brown, Milligan Italy scorer: Mazzarella OVER 60’s FINAL ENGLAND 3 V 1 ITALY England Scorers: Curry, Trant, Stacey Italy scorer: Ferraris
Dee Dee Mahmood has been appointed as Director of International Development and Research. In what is a major milestone for the sport. As a highly respected and influential individual, Dee Dee has a fantastic background in many fields, and is known world-wide as a lecturer, keynote speaker, multi award winning celebrity exercise Physiologist, TV presenter… Read more »
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England win on penalties 3-1 Click here to read the match report.
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Over 50s and 60s Domenica, 7 April 2019 from 10:00
OVER 50s England 7 v 1 Wales OVER 60s England 5 v 3 Wales Shadow squads: OVER 50s England 2 v 0 Wales OVER 60s England 3 v 1 Wales Matches held at St Georges Park Sunday 3rd March 2019 England’s Over 50’s and Over 60’s First team and shadow squad completed excellent victories over the… Read more »
Chesterfield’s Proact Stadium will host the first walking football European Nations Cup this summer. The Walking Football Association has structured a tournament featuring 160 players, representing eight different nations, involving Over 50s and Over 60s teams. WFA chief executive Paul Carr explained why Chesterfield was chosen to host the tournament. He said: “Chesterfield is the… Read more »