Corinthian-Casuals Academy delivers its first lesson
Corinthian-Casuals 1 v 0 Farnborough
It's been a long time coming but by jeez did they get there. Victory, topped off with a clean sheet, the goal on 65 minutes by Scott Keary, made coach Barry Wilde and Headteacher of Glenthorne, Hugh Griffen, extremely proud men on a cold fog swept afternoon at King George's.
The Academy kick off their Wednesday home matches from 2pm at the King George's Arena. Be sure they will be encouraged with your support whilst rewarding you with an eagerness to play football the way the game is supposed to be played, the Corinthian way.
Corinthian-Casuals Football would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in the organisation of the football academy in conjunction with Glenthorne. Barry Wilde and Kenny Bremner are UEFA qualified coaches so if you know of any up and coming football stars who are 15 to 16 years of age check out the trials coming to the GOALS soccer centre in Sutton this December (see poster to your right).
Well done team! Come on the Casuals!
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Win the new 1910 Brazil Tour Replica
Not only is the countdown to Christmas underway but only nine days remain until we give away the shirt that started it all, the 1910 Brazil Tour Replica.
Captain Jason Turley (pictured) models this new line in our club shop which has been brought to us by our kit manufacturer Joshila. This 1910 design using modern day sportwear fabric makes this the must have fashionable retro shirt in world football today.
Our Natal Christmas loto draw for one lucky winner will be drawn by Jason after our next home match against Leatherhead so make sure you purchase some tickets (up to a maximum of ten) from our online club shop today.
The lucky winner will also win a matchday programme signed by the team and we will ensure delivery to the winner's very door.
Don't leave it too late! Remember, if you snooze you lose, something which is not very Corinthian Spirited.
Remembering our Heroes
Watch Red Barrell's mini documentary here on the heroes that created a nation and then died for their own nation 4 years later in the Great War 1914-18.
Club Shop Promotion
The aims of the Club are to promote fair play and sportsmanship, to play competitive football at the highest level possible whilst remaining strictly amateur and retaining the ideals of the Corinthian and the Casuals Football Clubs.
Full fixture listing of all teams (First XI, Reserves, Academy and Schools XI can be downloaded in excel format here.
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To see the English version of Corinthian FC 1910 War Heroes click here.