Crawley Town Girls returned home from the ESF Festival of Football at the Butlins in Bognor Regis as U10 champions.
After a fun-filled weekend away on tour, the team topped their U10’s table, with the players being presented with their trophy award by Casey Stoney.
By winning the U10s tournament, Crawley Town Girls FC automatically qualify for the ESF Finale, which takes place later this year at the University of Warwick Football Centre and no-doubt they will head there full of confidence after this superb performance in Bognor Regis.
With over 1,100 boys’ and girls’ teams participating every year, the ESF Festival of Football is the biggest youth football festival in the UK. Casey Stoney, who presented the team with their awards on the night, said: “This is a fantastic achievement. The team should be really proud of themselves. Well done to everyone involved with Crawley Town Girls FC.”
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