We're delighted to bring you news that MSB Woolton Football Club have enjoyed a successful season, not least their ladies team, who came through four qualifying rounds of the FA cup, capturing the attention of many.

On the pitch at a senior level, MSB Woolton ladies won the North West Womens League Southern Division, were promoted to the North West Premier Division and will compete against established teams including Wigan, Blackpool and Bolton next season.

MSB Woolton mens first team were promoted again in their second season and will now compete in the Liverpool County Premier League Division - a huge feat for a team with an average age of only 21 and with many players having only recently developed from youth football.

MSB Woolton's Sunday league team also fared well this season, resulting in a promotion; the clubs under 16's reached the County cup final and the vets team continues to thrive with ever-increasing numbers.

Perhaps most importantly though, every Saturday more than 300 youngsters continue to visit the clubs training ground Camp Hill to train and enjoy participating in the sport. It is an opportunity to play in a relaxed, friendly environment away from the pressures of more formal games. 

Next season presents new challenges for MSB Woolton FC. Three fields in the South Liverpool area are set to close for a year for building work, which means resources will be stretched. It is hoped that once the work is finished, MSB Woolton FC will benefit from new, first-rate facilities at the Simpson Ground. Chairman at MSB Woolton FC, Dave Woods said:

"The support we receive from MSB is invaluable, particularly at the moment, as it allows us to continue to develop even at a time when our costs have significantly increased. Now that our partnership with MSB is successfully embedded, we hope to see the firm and its people become an increasing part of the MSB Woolton FC community."We're delighted to bring you news that MSB Woolton Football Club have enjoyed a successful season, not least their ladies team, who came through four qualifying rounds of the FA cup, capturing the attention of many.

On the pitch at a senior level, MSB Woolton ladies won the North West Womens League Southern Division, were promoted to the North West Premier Division and will compete against established teams including Wigan, Blackpool and Bolton next season.

MSB Woolton mens first team were promoted again in their second season and will now compete in the Liverpool County Premier League Division - a huge feat for a team with an average age of only 21 and with many players having only recently developed from youth football.

MSB Woolton's Sunday league team also fared well this season, resulting in a promotion; the clubs under 16's reached the County cup final and the vets team continues to thrive with ever-increasing numbers.

Perhaps most importantly though, every Saturday more than 300 youngsters continue to visit the clubs training ground Camp Hill to train and enjoy participating in the sport. It is an opportunity to play in a relaxed, friendly environment away from the pressures of more formal games. 

Next season presents new challenges for MSB Woolton FC. Three fields in the South Liverpool area are set to close for a year for building work, which means resources will be stretched. It is hoped that once the work is finished, MSB Woolton FC will benefit from new, first-rate facilities at the Simpson Ground. Chairman at MSB Woolton FC, Dave Woods said:

"The support we receive from MSB is invaluable, particularly at the moment, as it allows us to continue to develop even at a time when our costs have significantly increased. Now that our partnership with MSB is successfully embedded, we hope to see the firm and its people become an increasing part of the MSB Woolton FC community."