City Belles have had an established Ladies team for several years but wanted to expand into junior football.
Twelve youth football teams and hundreds of friends and family are looking forward to a big day out at stadium:mk for the annual Milton Keynes and Border Counties Youth League Cup finals weekend.
Arsenal and England star Leah Williamson was stretchered off during Sunday’s FA Girls’ Youth Cup final held in Milton Keynes – but still had a win to celebrate.
Comet MK won the Division Two title in dramatic fashion on Tuesday night when they hit back from 3-1 down to beat rivals Scot 4-3.
Extremely competitive would probably be the best way to describe Sunday’s New City Heating League Cup finals as two sides completed fantastic doubles this season.
Inter Faith were just seconds away from a shock 2-1 win over RJ Fitness in the MK Sunday League Bill Johnson Cup final on Sunday. Then this happened (see video).
Stony Stratford Town had hoped for some silverware to show off at the end of a much improved season, but it was not to be as they lost two cup finals in the space of just two days at the weekend.
The potential title-deciding fixture between Comet MK and Scot was abandoned last week after crowd trouble at Newport Pagnell Town FC.
There were mixed fortunes for the four finalists set for this Sunday’s big Cup Finals Day at The Irish Centre in Bletchley.
The Milton Keynes City Gems are gearing up for their Bucks Girls League U13 Cup final at Chesham this Saturday.
Teenage football starlet Leah Williamson will be the centre of attention on Sunday when the FA Girls’ Youth Cup final comes to Milton Keynes.
Two local teams have been celebrating trophy success in the last few days, and for one it means a superb league and cup double.
Newport Pagnell Town end their United Counties League Premier Division season this Saturday, looking to clinch a top six finish.
Willen were confirmed as New City Heating Premier Division champions last week with an emphatic victory against the side they take the trophy from.
Two city youth football teams are preparing for County Cup finals this weekend.
This could be the final season in the remarkable history of MK Athletic, but if it is, they look set to go out with a bang.
Scoring for your country is the stuff dreams are made of, and for one schoolgirl it has become a reality.
Milton Keynes City Ladies are on course to win the Thames Valley Counties League crown at the first attempt after a 6-2 win over Headington.
Newport Pagnell Town’s fine end to the season continued on Saturday with a fantastic 3-1 away win at high-flying St Ives Town – handing the UCL Premier Division title to rivals Holbeach.
Loughton Manor warmed up for their big Premier Division Trophy final on Monday with a routine 2-0 victory against Stewkley on Saturday.
Olney Town will face New City Heating Division One champions-elect Willen in the final of the Knock Out Cup after both won their last four ties.
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