The Wokingham Paper

Sumas seek new players


WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook FC are seeking new players for a range of different age groups amid the return to their Lowther Road ground next season.

The Lowther Road ground was under development last season as Wokingham & Emmbrook ground shared at Bracknell Town amid the modifications, however the club will return to their home for the start of next season.

“The development of the Lowther Road ground is ongoing and we are confident the modifications will be complete and ready to play Step 5/6 football there next season,” said Wokingham & Emmbrook Chairman Steve Williams.

“Therefore the first team will be able to play at home again after a season ground-sharing at Bracknell Town.”

The new ground developments have allowed WEFC to form an Allied Counties (U16 – U18) team for next season and WEFC will be looking for new players to join that team.

Wokingham & Emmbrook are also looking for new players for their men’s senior Sunday morning teams, including a goalkeeper. The WEFC Ladies team are also on the lookout for new players including a goalkeeper.

WEFC are also looking for a Sports Physio to attend some home and away games during the season.

And the club also has several places in their youth sides and are currently looking to fill specific places at the following age groups: U7, U11 mixed, U12 girls and U13 girls.

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