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Wolves Women were celebrating at half time during England's 4-0 win over Belarus on Saturday as they were presented with their FA Charter Standard Adult Club status.
Chairman of The FA's Football Development Committee, Ray Berridge and Birmingham County FA's Foootball Development Officer, Heidi Lockyer congratulated Club Chairperson Jenny Wilkes on the pitch at Walsall's Banks' Stadium.
The FA Charter Standard gives clubs the opportunity to prove they meet standards set by football's governing body. It shows their commitment to raising quality standards, demonstrates good practice and proves they adhere to FA policies and procedures.
The scheme is free to join for all affiliated football clubs with support available from Birmingham County FA for those who require it throughout the application process.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Women FC have been added to a list of 53 other Charter Standard Adult Clubs in the County that provide a quality experience for people looking to make the move from junior football to senior football.
Heidi Lockyer said: "Wolverhampton Girls Centre of Excellence has been operating to the standards of Charter Standard since 2002 so it is great that females in Wolverhampton now have the opportunity to continue to receive a quality football experience as they progress into the open age game.
"Players and parents are becoming more aware of the quality they should expect within junior clubs but often this quality seems to be forgotten in the adult game. Clubs like Wolves Women are helping us to change this."
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