On Sunday 14 May the Oxford City Casuals travelled to Wembley Stadium to watch the National League playoff final between Forest Green Rovers and Tranmere
Big Day out 2017
At Oxford City Casuals we pride ourselves on providing a fun, friendly and safe environment for all players to enjoy football and socialise. We currently support over players 50 players, with ages ranging from 4 to 45 with a range of disabilities including cerebal palsey, learning difficulties, partial sight and partial hearing.
We organise weekly training sessions and social events to support our male and female players be their best on and off the pitch.
29 Oxford City Casuals players were joined by 26 parents, coaches and suport staff for their Big Day Out at wembley Stadium. It was a fantastic day as we represented Oxford City and enjoyed a super view from our Club Wembley seats.
The Oxford City Casuals under the Wembley arch
The view from our seats
Forest Green Rovers won promotion to the English football League 2 by beating Tranmere 3-1.
Forest Green celebrating promotion
Events like this are not possible without the incredible volunteer coaches and support staff - I would like to say thank you to them for their help on the day.
Oxford City Casuals volunteers
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Oxford City Casuals Manager