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The Charlotte Simpson Girls Player of the Year Award 2024

This years prestigious Charlotte Simpson Girls Player of the Year award goes to Leah Coleman.

Ian Binks, who originally coached Charlotte Simpson in the first girls team for Whiteley Wanderers and presented the award, along with Charlotte Simpson’s parents said “Having Refereed many games involving Leah and witnessed first hand some of the outstanding performances she displayed this award recognises how much she has improved this season! A fantastic team player who thoroughly merits this honour! Very well done Leah!”


2024 Club Awards

After another successful season for the Club, we would like to recognise this years awards (including the End of Season Presentation Tournament).

Simon Ede – Club Contribution

Joe Pragnell & Jake Coleman – 10 Year Service

Leah Coleman – Charlotte Simpson Girls Player of the Year Award

Club Contribution – Steve Tongue

U12’s Hurricanes: Club of the Year Award

Club of the Year Award – U8s Wolves

Tournament Winners


End of Season Presentation 2024

The club wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone over the last couple of days for your support of our club! This weekend saw the club celebrate another successful year of playing football with our annual End of Season Presentation with all our players, coaches and parents coming together.

The club also thank Steve Tongue for organising such a fantastic event.


#GOSHFriday Fun Run

When we work together we can achieve some incredible things! We are so incredibly grateful for EVERYONE who took part in some way for today’s fun run, in support for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Children’s Charity.

To those who couldn’t be there but wished us well, the parents and guardians who were cheering our champions on from the sidelines, members of the Whiteley parkrun and the footballers, turned runners (182 of you!!), you are ALL awesome and what makes this club; this community fantastic!

If you wish, you can still continue to make donations to this important charity, here:

We hope you all enjoyed it!

Please enjoy a few photos from the event and please feel free to add your own.

Some more photos can be found here:



Congratulations Greg Hasluck

The club wanted to extend a huge congratulations to Greg Hasluck for recently passing his FA Level 1 Introduction to Coaching Football qualification, marking a significant step forward in his coaching journey.

It’s coaches like him who ensure the future of football at our club is bright and that our young players have the guidance and support they need to reach their full potential.

If you are interested in volunteering at Whiteley Wanderers, you can find out more on our volunteer page,


Whiteley Wanderers Community Awards 2024

Whiteley Wanderers was last night presented with The Mayor of Winchester Community Awards 2024, recognising all the hard work the club and it’s volunteers do for our community.

Our volunteers are the backbone of this club, creating fun ways for our children to play football.

A huge thank you to everyone involved, whether you are a player, coach, respect steward during games, parent helper, run the flag on the weekend, get the goals out and put them away, organise activities, respond to questions late into the evening, arranging and rearranging fixtures, safeguarding our kids, organising memberships, finding training venues, and 100 other critically important activities…

It matters. You matter.

You are all super stars and we are very grateful for you all!


GOSHFriday Fun Run

Giving Kids Cancer “The Boot”

Whether it’s wearing our Whiteley Wanderers kit with pride on match days, training with each other after school, learning new football and life skills, or even helping out other people, we do it together! This unity and togetherness have always been the heart of what makes our local grassroots football team special.

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