Walking football is back!! Saturday 13 July will see the third annual Walking Football Festival hosted by Stalybridge Celtic Juniors at the Soccer School on Mossley Rd. The action kicks off at 3pm. Eat BBQ and Indian street food, be merry and watch a bunch of (mostly) idiots trying desperately not to run whilst chasing … Continue reading Walking Football Festival No3
Lisbon Reports, Summer Tournament Wins, Girls Super Cup, Sin Bin and Walking Football Festival. Read here
The under 9s Colts Blues had to put up with me for 6 months of hard work and determination to get us to the tournament of a lifetime. We headed out to Lisbon and arrived in the baking sun of 30°c. The boys are not used to this heat but managed to stay calm and … Continue reading Lisbon 2019 | Under 9s Colts Report
So where do I start? We seemed never destined to get there and if the airline had their way we wouldn’t have (or got home! ) but that's another story. Saturday group stages produced some mixed results for both teams: Blues – Started the day playing against their friends, the Whites, but started with a … Continue reading Lisbon 2019 | Under 9s Blues & Whites Report
Under 11s win Pilkingtons FC tournament in St Helens on hottest day of the year. It has to be said that the tournament seasons are some of the best experiences of kids lives, bonding between games and LOTS of football. Saturday 29th June was no exception for the Celtic U11s. Competing with 7 other teams … Continue reading Mercury Rising on Merseyside
Introduction from the Manchester FA website: The introduction of temporary dismissals in football will look to clean up the image of the game. For a long time, the behaviour of football players has been criticised with comparison to the highly effective disciplinary action seen in rugby, raising questions of how football can reduce the behaviour … Continue reading FA Introduces Sin Bin for 2019/20 Season
Stalybridge Celtic Juniors Under 7s Blues & Whites finished their first season of mini soccer in style winning the Festival Cup and Community Shield. Well done to all involved, especially experienced volunteer coach Chris Frankish. Great to see another group of players who formed at the Soccer School enjoying their football journey with Celtic Juniors.