The Reddish Vulcans JFC soccer school has been serving the Stockport football community for 27 years.
The most memorable graduate of course is Manchester City FC, England International, U17s World Cup Winner (Player of the Tournament) Phil Foden.
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Phil Foden – Manchester City FC
Phil who originates from Edgeley, Stockport, started at Vulcans when he was 7 years of age playing a year up for the Vulcans Tornados.
That was a memorable time when along with Diego Latte (now Wolves FC) Mace Goodridge (now Burnley FC) & Louie White (now Rochdale FC) formed a formidable team winning the U8s North West Junior Champions League 2008.
Joe Makin ( MCFC ) has overseen the soccer school from its inception, in that time hundreds if not thousands of children have happily attend the coaching sessions feeling comfortable in the safe & friendly environment.
On a positive note in recent years the following boys have also gone on to professional careers:
D’Mani Mellor – Manchester United FC
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James Jennings – Stockport County FC
James was born in Manchester in 1987 and as a junior played for Reddish Vulcans, before joining Manchester City Academy as a youth.
James has also played for Wrexham, Macclesfield Town, Kettering Town, Cambridge United, Mansfield Town, Forest Green Rovers, Altrincham Town, Cheltenham Town and Morecambe.
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Connor Jennings – Stockport County FC
Connor was born in Manchester in 1991 and played for Reddish Vulcans prior to joining Stalybridge Celtics youth team.
Whilst playing for Tranmere Rovers, he scored the last minute winning goal in the Division 1 play-off final at Wembley 2019 against Newport County)
Connor has also played for Stalybridge Celtic, Scunthorpe United, Macclesfield Town, Grimsby Town, Wrexham and Tranmere Rovers
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Joel Senior – Burnley FC
Joel has also played for Curzon Ashton, Oldham Athletic, Maine Road, FC United of Manchester
Vulcans have earned the nick name “Junior Footballs Highest Flyer”.
Long may our success continue !