New season kicks off today for Walsall Wood FC!

Images and captions by the inimitable and young David Evans

Nice to see Walsall Wood FC are gearing up for the new season with a full match schedule,  revitalised spectator facilities and a whole host of great stuff to come, both in terms of local football and activity within the community.

The place smells faintly of fresh paint, everything’s being polished and dusted and dreams of the new season are the order of the day. It’s onwards and upwards for last season’s league champions, who hopefully can build on their fantastic successes of last season and surge forward into the 2017/8 season with the same vigour and success.

Blog footy correspondent the young David Evans has been down to check out the club, and liked what he saw:

Hi Bob

I took the opportunity to pay a visit to  Walsall Wood FC at Oak Park to see how the preparations for the start of the new season are  getting on.

Verdict: Wonderful!

Fresh paint, newly decorated rooms, new additional facilities, improvements by the load!

The club and the ground are a credit to all those who have worked so hard… respect to them all.

First match of the new season is today, Saturday 4th August. 2018 and it’s home fixture – Romulus FC. Kick off is 3:00pm at the Oak Park ground.

kind regards
David

You can keep your eye on the latest Walsall Wood FC news and events by visiting their website here or following their Twitter feed here.

For the good of The Wood!

I will, as ever, endeavour to bring you news and results as I can.

Best wishes to the faithful, and remember, it’s all for The Good of the Wood!

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