NOTE! This site uses cookies and similar technologies.

If you do not change your browser settings, then you agree to the use of cookies

I understand


Wildcats - Girls Development Sessions

in Girls Football
Sign up for the remainder of the Autumn Term for £12.50 To book the paid sessions from 29th September to 15th December please go to St Albans City Youth FC are delighted to announce our new Wildcats centre! An FA initiative, Wildcats sessions aim to provide girls only training in a fun and friendly environment. These will take place on Saturday mornings throughout the Autumn term from 10-11am at Nicholas Breakspear School, AL4 0TT, and are open to girls of all abilities in Years 1 – 6. Sessions will take place on the 3G AstroTurf pitch, but indoor space is also available to allow training to go ahead in bad weather. At the end of the term (December) we will assess whether girls are ready to join an existing squad or, if numbers allow, we will create a brand new squad at this age group to join the league in January, playing matches on a Saturday morning. It would be great to have your daughter there! To book the paid sessions from 29th September to 15th December please go to For more information, please email Sarah Kropman, Girls Section Coordinator, at: Read more

George Walker Memorial Trophy 2012 - Girls Under 12's

George Walker Memorial Trophy 2012

Under 12's Girls North Managers Report


On Friday 11th May, the girls u12 squads were pitted against each other in the George Walker Cup at Clarence Pitch. For both teams, this was their first experience of 11-a-side football on a full size pitch and all involved were most impressed with their use of space and fitness levels!

First blood went to the South, who scored through Kate Chamberlain after she latched onto a loose back-pass to slot the ball into the back of the net. This caused the North to up their competitive spirit, and they fought back brilliantly to equalise through Rose Noden, who confidently won a 50/50 with the South goalkeeper. On the stroke of half-time, North defender Romy Kelleher launced an inch-perfect cross into the box for Lauren Pearson to slot home from close range and take the lead for the North.

The second half was an excellent battle, particularly in midfield, with both sides pressing the ball well and using the wings to good effect. Enjoying a strong display was Lauren Pearson, who once again found herself on the scoresheet following a wonderful run and pass from speedy winger Shauna Smith, which put the North 3-1 in the lead. Emily Schofield then undertook one of her legendary mazy runs from the left to score goal number four for the North. With only moments remaining, Pearson got her first hat-trick for the club with a fantastic strike across the South goal to secure a 5-1 win for the North.

Upon the final whistle, North's captain Mary Leach proudly lifted the shield, whilst the South's Shamica Powell was awarded Player of the Match. All players then enjoyed receiving a medal presented by Geoff Shreeves to commemorate a wonderful evening of football at St Albans City FC, one which will surely stay with them for years to come.

Souths Managers Report

The South came out of the blocks like a greyhound out of the traps immediately putting the far more experienced North team great under pressure. This paid off with an early goal from Kate Chamberlain who forced the North Team into making a mistake before slotting the ball home to make the score 0-1. The gamed ebbed and flowed for much of the first half without either team being able to dominate. Both teams looked dangerous on the break but were unable to capitalise on some good chances. Eventually the North side began to get on top and as pressure built they got their deserved equaliser.  With 7 seconds left in the half the North got the ball in the back of the net again  to lead 2-1.

The second half started with The South having to soak up a lot of early pressure with Izzy Tag making some great saves in goal. The South were now having to fight for their lives but fight for the lives they did. Without the advantage of having any substitutes available South were beginning to tire on the massive Clarence Park pitch. Eventually the North took advantage of this to score a further 3 goals in the last 10 minutes to run out 5-1 winners. Player of the Match was Shamica Powell who had an excellent game for South in midfield. It was a fantastic match played in the right spirt with the girls giving 100% effort. Well played to all. Looking forward to next year’s George Walker Trophy and another excellent game. Report by Robin Durrant, STACY South U12 Manager


You can now support City Youth in the Community by making a donation on

Support your local charity, donate to City Youth NOW

You can now support City Youth in the Community by making a donation on our page at

Support your local charity, donate to City Youth NOW

Website security

Herts FA  Football Foundation FA Respect     FA Tesco Skills

Club Sponsors - Please show your support