Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Crawley Wasps – 10-03-16
Crawley Wasps Ladies Football Club are delighted to announce a significant major sponsorship deal with locally-based multinational company Thales.
Thales has signed a two-year agreement to become the first main club sponsor in Wasps’ 25-year history.
It provides a major boost to Wasps’ aims and ambitions on and off the pitch as they look to cement their reputation as one of the most successful all women’s and girls’ football clubs in Sussex.
Wasps will now push forward with a number of immediate priorities, including moving to a modern 3G training venue, upgrading the facilities at Ewhurst Playing Fields in Ifield – where the junior teams play their home matches – attracting more qualified coaches and strengthening their schools liaison activities.
As part of the agreement, teams at Crawley Wasps – from the youngest junior sides through to the two senior ladies squads – will wear Thales-branded kit for the forthcoming 2016-17 season.
Wasps chairman Alan Dunt said: “To have an organisation of the standing of Thales as the club’s first-ever main club sponsor – and for this to coincide with our 25-year anniversary, a milestone of which we are enormously proud – is a fantastic achievement for our club and a major endorsement of what we have created at Wasps. It is also a major endorsement of our plans for the future.”
Wasps’ 25th anniversary year will also see an expansion of their community objectives, with an increased focus on promoting participation in football, sport, health and wellbeing. They will seek to adopt a like-minded registered charity in support of this important agenda.
Wasps had three teams in their respective County Cup finals last season – including the Sussex Women’s Challenge Cup final in front of almost 300 fans against Brighton & Hove Albion – and are now recruiting players and coaches at all age groups for the 2016-17 campaign.
Girls from the age of seven can join the club’s development squad and start on a pathway which could lead to first-team football at the age of 16, while Wasps also require FA-qualified coaches for their youth teams. Open trials for the Ladies section will be held at Ewhurst on 12 and 15 June.
If you are interested in getting involved in what will be a landmark season for the club, please email email@example.com or message via Twitter, @CrawleyWaspsLFC
Ladies reserves: Manager’s player of the year: Zoe Martin; Players’ player of the year: Nicholle Smith; Most improved player: Tracey O’Hagan; Squad player award: Josie Porter.
Under-16s: Manager’s player of the year: Sarah Pepper; Players’ player of the year: Rebecca Willis; Most improved player: Katie Whitcombe; Squad player award: Tamzin Byworth.
Under-15s: Manager’s player of the year: Jodie Barker; Players’ player of the year: Fei Wilde; Most improved player: Beth Clawson & Abbie Chart; Squad player award: Caitlin Baigent.
Under-14s: Manager’s player of the year: Amy Perry; Players’ player of the year: Chanelle Gainsborough; Most improved player: Chloe Upton; Squad player award: Lauren Graves.
Under-11s: Manager’s player of the year: Chloe Monniot; Players’ player of the year: Lucy Neill; Most improved player: Ashleigh Woodhams; Squad player award: Michaela Bullet.
Crawley Wasps Ladies FC are delighted to announce Dave Cole as the new Assistant Manager for the Ladies 1st team. Dave will work as part of the management team charged with fulfilling ambitious plans for the ladies 1st team and the Club as a whole. Dave was previously Assistant Manager at Lewes Ladies FC and an integral part of the management team who guided the ladies 1st team to promotion to the FA Women’s Premier League. Since leaving Lewes, Dave has been scouting for WSL2 side Millwall Ladies FC. On of Dave’s key objectives is to bring new players to the Club for the coming season and beyond. Paul Walker, Ladies 1st Team Manager, is delighted with the new appointment: “Dave brings some experience through his work with Lewes ladies FC and the Sussex FA Ladies Representative Side, as well as his scouting work with Millwall. One of his key objectives is to bring new players to the Club for this coming season and beyond. This together with other recruitment activities should see new additions to the senior squad for pre-season. It is a very exciting time to be involved with Crawley Wasps as we commence our 25-year anniversary of the Club”.
Paul Walker – Ladies First Team Manager
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Crawley Wasps have been established for 25 years and currently have over 100 Girls playing for our club. We have teams from Under 9 upto Senior Ladies Teams in the London & South East Region League aswell as South East Counties. We are always looking for New Players to join our club and welcome all new players to come along to our Open Training Evenings. For more information please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also looking at local schools and other outlets around the area. You can download a copy of the poster from here.
Under 15’s are pleased to welcome Basepoint Business Centres as a Sponsor to the team, Basepoint who are in Crawley formally Sponsored Crawley Town U13’s two season’s ago when the 3M’s were Coaching there, Confirming the Sponsorship Centre Manager Stephanie George said she is pleased to be joining Crawley Wasps for the remainder of this season and moving into the 2016/2017 season and will be supporting them with the new kit that the club will be moving into, Stephanie is keen to work alongside a local team to help them and also promote Basepoint Business Centres
Crawley Wasps are top of the L&SERWFL Average Sporting Marks for the first half of the season, something we sound be please about.
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Crawley Wasps Girls from Under 14’s to U16 were invited on Thursday 14th August to play American Youth Girls Team Seacoast United who are on your in the UK. Girls to play 2 Friendly Games at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre at Lancing, Both Teams played some great football, with the girls that made the trip from Crawley wasps enjoying this great experience