Walls Club
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(01-03-2024, 08:00 PM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  Depends how you define affiliated to the club. They played under our name, badge and colours, that’s good enough for me.

The club didn't want anything to do with them did they?

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#12

(29-02-2024, 01:14 PM)Grey beard Wrote:  Council will more then likely sell it off to  house builders or build on the land themselves?
Nothing but house's will be put on that land it must be worth millions to big developers and the council.
Not owned by the council, and in theory protected by a covenant regarding use. Mind you not that covenants can't be broken, just ask gloucester civil service cricket club.
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(01-03-2024, 08:31 PM)Neil Wrote:  The club didn't want anything to do with them did they?

On the contrary, they were offered the stadium to use and to be supplied the new kit, but refused. So a new team was set up
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No. Back in the day prior to the floods. Not a few years ago at NMP.

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(01-03-2024, 11:06 PM)Neil Wrote:  No. Back in the day prior to the floods. Not a few years ago at NMP.
I must have misremembered the ladies vs supporters matches

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(01-03-2024, 09:01 PM)RJS Wrote:  Not owned by the council, and in theory protected by a covenant regarding use. Mind you not that covenants can't be broken, just ask gloucester civil service cricket club.

So who is the actual owners of the walls club and grounds ? Any one know who it belongs to for sure .
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(02-03-2024, 12:21 AM)Grey beard Wrote:  So who is the actual owners of the walls club and grounds ? Any one know who it belongs to for sure .
Unilever
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#18

A look at the press release issued by the, now City of Gloucester WFC, at the time of what they termed the 'Club Rebrand' makes it very clear that they were founded under the name of City of Gloucester but adopted the name Gloucester City in 1997 but were run independently to Gloucester City FC throughout it's history. At an AGM they voted to retain their independence and so changed the name back to City of Gloucester.

As for Gloucester City - our ladies and girls set up continues to thrive. For those who don't know (and I realise not everyone on here will be a fan of the Ladies game) apart from the 1st and Dev teams we have a number of girls (so U16 and below) teams competing in the Glos County Girls leagues. We've some really exciting matches coming up at the Tiger Turf, not least a County Cup semi final against C********m Town reserves. I'm sure there will be more about this on social media in the run up to the match but one to keep an eye out for I'd suggest. The future is looking bright.
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(01-03-2024, 11:13 PM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  I must have misremembered the ladies vs supporters matches

Nothing to do with Gloucester City AFC 1980 Ltd though

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(02-03-2024, 01:22 PM)Neil Wrote:  Nothing to do with Gloucester City AFC 1980 Ltd though
Are the current Womens Team anything to do with that company?

The point I’m making is unless you come under the same constitutional framework then really the name and colours/crest are the only thing tying a team to this club.

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