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Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies FC, founded in 1998, who compete in the FA Women's National League Division 1 Midlands, have consolidated their formal partnership with Boldmere St Michaels FC, and as of the 2020-21 season, will be officially recognised as Boldmere St Michaels Women F.C.
At the start of the 2019-20 Season, Birmingham & West Midlands FC entered a partnership with Boldmere St Michaels FC, which saw the club change their training and home games venue from Castle Vale to the Trevor Brown Memorial Ground, home of Boldmere F.C. More importantly, the partnership granted Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies F.C with much needed additional off-pitch support, which has reinforced the clubs aspirations to become more sustainable and begin to expand.
The decision to merge Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies F.C with Boldmere St Michaels F.C., provides much needed club stability, sustainability and all-round support. Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies F.C now go from being a single entity club, to the senior women's side of a club that boasts an incredible 67 teams.
Helen Carver, who was General Manager of Birmingham & West Midlands Ladies F.C since it was established in 1998, said: "Boldmere St Michaels F.C. have a long history of positive community spirited football. We have had a fantastic season building the partnership in readiness for this name change, and its readiness to continue to progress and develop the women's and girls' football as Boldmere St Michaels F.C."
The merging of the two clubs will also see more player benefits for Boldmere St Michaels Women F.C. As of the 2020-21 season, all first team players will have ‘free subs'; use of the brand new changing facilities at Boldmere on home matchdays; free gym access at the Boldmere club house; and all their matches recorded through ‘Veo' which is newly installed at the Trevor Brown Memorial Ground, for which weekly match analysis sessions will be run from.
Alan Parsons, current President of Boldmere St Michaels FC, said: "Another string to the bow of our famous football club as we formally welcome the Boldmere St Michaels Women's team to Church Road.
"I personally played the last embers of my non-league career here at Boldmere, little realising that over thirty years later I would still be involved and active within the club. I hope that our Women have such an enjoyable time like I have had, and look forward to their presence and influence at Boldmere St Michaels F.C."
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