St Albans City Youth Deaf FC have officially become part of the Club following an inaugural match at Clarence Park against the St Albans City Youth Disability Team.
The new St Albans City Youth Deaf team rose to the occasion by winning 3-0 with goals coming from Sam Haldane, Kevin Walker & an own goal.
Great performances for City Youth from Sam Goldsney and Tom Christmas. Everyone enjoyed the experience of playing at the St Albans City stadium.
We would like to thank everyone at St Albans City FC for the use facilities and providing us with a new team kit. The lads appreciate the opportunity and the chance of playing in the same kit as the St Albans City first team next season.
Pete Bishop the Managing Director of the new Deaf team said "I would like to thank Dave Wray & everyone at St. Albans City Youth FC. By going into partnership it will allow us to progress. I would also like tell everyone that St. Albans Youth Deaf fc is only deaf adult team in Hertfordshire & partpating in the Hertfordshire border church league for 2015/16 & are looking for new manager & new deaf/hearing impaired players to be part of set up. The club will be entering England deaf league & cup & anyone intrested to be part of the club & please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07788110114"
This type of work forms part of St Albans City Youth working in the Community.
The Club is supported by a grant from the Premier League and the PFA via The Conference League Trust.
Pictures by Danny Loo, Herts Advertiser