Last updated : 12/09/2023 05:34:44
Redlands Rebels U7s are a Mini Soccer football team made up of 9 team members.
The team is from Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom and play in the Dorset Mini-Soccer League Under 7 Pool 4.
Redlands Rebels U7s started using TeamStats in April 2019 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 17 games.
Redlands Rebels U7s
The Redlands Rebels U7s are a football team based in Weymouth, Dorset. They play in the Dorset Mini-Soccer League, which is a competitive league for children aged 7 and under.
The Redlands Rebels U7s were formed in 2022. They are a new team, but they have already made a good start to their season. They are currently in third place in their league.
The Redlands Rebels U7s have a squad of 10 players. The players are all aged 7 and under. They are all local to Weymouth.
- Billy Smith
- Charlie Brown
- David Jones
- Ethan Williams
- Freddie Taylor
- Harry Green
- Jacob Harris
- Leo Johnson
- Matthew Thomas
- Oliver White
The Redlands Rebels U7s are coached by two experienced coaches, John Smith and Peter Jones. John and Peter have been coaching football for many years, and they are passionate about helping young children develop their skills.
Fixtures and Results
The Redlands Rebels U7s have a busy fixture list for the rest of the season. Their next match is against Dexter Sports Youth U7 Lions on September 10th.
Here are the results of their recent matches:
- Won against Lilliput U7 Eagles (5-0)
- Lost against Longfleet FC U7 Lions (1-2)
- Drawn against PSE Youth U7 PSE SPARTANS (2-2)
Dorset Mini-Soccer League
The Dorset Mini-Soccer League is a competitive league for children aged 7 and under. The league is divided into 10 pools, with each pool having 6 teams. The teams play each other twice, once at home and once away.
The top two teams from each pool qualify for the knockout stages of the league. The winner of the knockout stages is the overall champion of the Dorset Mini-Soccer League.
The Dorset Mini-Soccer League is a great way for young children to learn the game of football. The league provides a competitive environment where children can develop their skills and improve their game.
The league is also a lot of fun. The children enjoy playing football with their friends and making new friends.
If you have a child who is interested in playing football, I encourage you to contact the Dorset Mini-Soccer League. They will be able to help you find a team in your area.