Author: Stu Graham

Saxons Lift The WJFL Girls Presidents League Cup

Our U15’s Girls today took on the challenge of the Warrington Girls JFL Presidents Cup. Supported by amazing family, friends & awesome mascots from our younger age groups. These girls

Paul Smith – RSFC New Chairman

  In light of a couple of committee resignations we are pleased to announce that Paul Smith has been voted in by the committee as our new chairman. We also

AGM – Season 2020/21 Chairman’s View

1st July 2021 – Chairman’s View – Season 2020/21 – AGM A season overview from the Chairman Introduction No one would have predicted at last years AGM that the year

Club AGM 2021 – Zoom Invite

Dear Parents, The Clubs Annual General Meeting will once again be held this year via Zoom due to COVID restrictions. Runcorn Saxons FC’s AGM will begin at 7pm on Thursday

Join The Family – We Are Recruiting Voluntary Coaches – NOW!

  Youth Development Phase Football Coach (12-16s) Inline with England DNA’s Youth Development Phase for players aged 12-16, we are looking to offer voluntary roles to coaches now for 2021/22

Runcorn Wildcats Centre – Open For Registrations

  Registration is now open for parents / guardians to officially register their girls online to the Centre via the FA’s Wildcats portal, this only needs to be done once

Saxons Teams Recruiting Players From April 2021

The following junior Saxons teams are inviting new players to register interest to come and train FREE in Runcorn with them from April 2021. **FREE team training sessions ran by

U7s ** Players Wanted ** September 2021 Year 2

U7s ** Players Wanted ** September 2021 Year 2 Beginners sessions  for new U7s squad – Starts w/c 29th March 2021 – Runcon training. Team play in the Warrington Junior

Staying Safe Online

With lockdown restrictions still in place, our kids (and parents!) will continue to spend more time online and for how long we just don’t know. Whether it’s for Saxon’s team

Chairman’s New Year Note

January 2021 – A View from the Chairman Introduction The dedication of the coaches, managers, parents and the children who  pushed against all odds enabled the season to get under