The Way Youth Zone take on Wolves, West Brom and Villa in Wolves Premier League Kicks Tournament

Young people from The Way Youth Zone recently competed in the Wolves Premier League Kicks Tournament against rivals West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa Football Club and Wolves Kicks Premier League youth team. The young people, aged between 11-13 years old, took part in their first competitive football tournament on Tuesday 23rd August at the Wolves Community Trust Dome in Aldersley.

Jenni Williams, Sports Coordinator at The Way Youth Zone, said:

"This was a great opportunity for our young people to play in their first ever tournament. The whole of the Youth Zone were behind them."

The Way Youth Zone works closely with Wolves Community Trust, with WCT coaches hosting regular training sessions at the Youth Zone and supporting planning and delivery of the football programme.

Glenn Evans, Youth Work Manager at The Way Youth Zone, said:

"Our football programme is fantastic thanks to the support of the Wolves Community Trust team. Wolves Community Trust come to the Youth Zone every day and deliver top quality training to our young people. They're brilliant."

On Wednesday 24th August our senior football team (aged 16-19 years old) played their second fixture since the opening of The Way. Wolves Community Trust arranged a friendly against Premier League Kicks team.

Wolves Community Trust deliver the Premier League Kicks Project for communities within Wolverhampton and the surrounding area. The project focuses on creating opportunities, encouraging innovation, promoting social inclusion and enhancing life skills particularly for those who may not have access to sport or any other positive activities. The Premier League Kicks Project has seen 1040 young people attend sessions in the last year totaling to 1200 hours of delivery. The project has contributed to the reduction in anti-social behavior by 8.3% across Wolverhampton from insight data gathered by West Midlands Police.

The Way Youth Zone on School Street in Wolverhampton is somewhere to go, something to do and someone for young people to talk to.

Open 7 days a week for young people aged between 8-19 years old or up to 25 with a disability.

For further information contact: 01902 328 290 or

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