Verwood Ladies sponsorship

Verwood Ladies Football Club would like to thank Altogether Care for sponsoring their training tops this season.

Additional new players and media coverage from The Echo has boosted the team morale. Next season is set to be an exciting one!

Verwood Ladies Football Team goes from strength to strength

Verwood Ladies Football Team is positively thriving after recent media coverage and sponsorship from Altogether Care, Minster Partnerships and Warborne.

The team welcomed both a new manager and several new players this season and are looking forward to winning games and maintaining their positive outlook.

Karla Jordan from the team said, “On behalf of the team we’d like to thank our sponsors who have made all the difference with their generosity”.

Women needed for football team

Verwood Ladies Football Team have suffered a difficult season due to players taking maternity leave and suffering injuries and are now looking for new players to join their team of 22 players.

Karla Jordan, a player in the team, said: “We have experienced a difficult season for lots of reasons including losing some good players due to maternity leave and injury.  Women’s football is sometimes tricky as players have to juggle managing their families with career pressures.  We would welcome interest from new players.

We are extremely grateful to Altogether Care for sponsoring our home kit and we have also received great support also from Minster Partnership for our away kit”.

The team has a new assistant manager, Sally Chalk and hopes to attract new players who will assist the team in their mission to win more games and promote women’s football within the community.

Anyone interested in joining should email vtlfc@outlook.com

Verwood Team Score Success

We are proud to sponsor the team kit for Verwood Ladies football team, who play on Tuesdays at Potterne Park. The team have won a number of matches since they formed in 2015, and despite finishing one from the bottom of the league last season, they are now fifth place in the Dorset Women’s league.

Karla Jordan, defensive midfield, said, ‘We currently have around twenty players and the club is looking to enter the South West Women’s league next season. We have fantastic training facilities and a great pitch. We are working closely with Verwood Girls, and always looking to grow our squad. It’s important to develop the future of women’s football locally and beyond’.

Photo: Verwood Ladies Football Team

Some recent day to day activities