Last updated : 01/09/2023 15:52:35
Headless Cross Girls FC Under 13s are a Junior football team made up of 18 team members.
The team is from Redditch, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom and play in the Mercian Festival Junior Football League Under 13 Girls.
Headless Cross Girls FC Under 13s started using TeamStats in July 2012 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 26 games.
More about the team
Welcome to Headless Cross Girls FC
We're a 9 a side girls football team from Redditch Worcestershire, England and we have been playing together as a team since 2010 for Redditch United Girls Football Club. The 2012/13 season will be our first season playing as Headless Cross Girls.
We would like to thank our sponsors below
Match Kit & Kit Bag Sponsor - M T Maintenance
Tracksuit & Kit Bag Sponsor - Redditch Roofline Ltd
Training Kit Sponsor - Chilli Spice
Headless Cross Girls FC Under 13s
Headless Cross Girls FC Under 13s are a junior football team based in Redditch, Worcestershire. They play in the Mercian Festival Junior Football League Under 13 Girls division.
The team was founded in 2012 and is made up of 18 players. They are coached by FA Level 2 qualified coaches.
The team has had a successful history, winning the Mercian Festival Junior Football League Under 13 Girls division in 2018 and 2019.
The team's current captain is Emily Jones. She is a talented player who has been capped by the England Under 13s team.
The team's home ground is the Headless Cross Playing Fields. They play their home matches on Saturdays.
- Results extra - Mercian League
- Welcome to the official website of Headless Cross Juniors FC
- Headless Cross Girls FC Under 13s - Mercian Festival Junior Football League
Mercian Festival Junior Football League
The Mercian Festival Junior Football League is a youth football league based in the West Midlands. It was founded in 1972 and has over 200 teams playing in its various divisions.
The league is affiliated to the Football Association and its teams compete for the Mercian Festival Junior Football League Cup.
The league is run by volunteers and is committed to providing a fun and competitive environment for young footballers.