October 18th, 2016
St Francis Group Proud to Support Next Generation of England U21’s at the Banks Stadium
Walsall FC’ Banks Stadium regularly plays host to the Football Association and England U21 Three Lion fixtures. The fixture was England’s final UEFA European U21 Championship 9 Qualifier and a sell-out.
Walsall’s Director and Club Secretary, Daniel Mole, said:
Walsall’s Director and Club Secretary, Daniel Mole
“It’s a massive honour to have been chosen to host the England U21s in their high-profile Euro Qualifier with Bosnia & Herzegovina. We have been honoured to have a number of England representative squads here at Walsall Football Club over the years and proud to play our part in an excellent occasion topped off with a resounding Three Lions victory”
As a leading brownfield regeneration and development specialist, St Francis Group are active within Walsall and across the West Midlands, supporting a host of local projects, working with local communities to provide places and opportunities to work, rest and play. In nearby Wednesbury one of the developers more prominent regeneration projects is nearing completion close by at Opus Blueprint where Lidl are close to completing the construction of a large regional distribution centre that will, when complete employ more than 600 people, the vast majority from the Walsall and Sandwell Boroughs.
The St Francis Group Community Stand packed to the rafters for England Under-21s’ resounding 5-0 victory over Bosnia & Herzegovina Under-21s at the Banks’s Stadium.
On-loan Bristol City striker Tammy Abraham acrobatically volleys home England Under-21s’ second goal in the 5-0 victory over Bosnia & Herzegovina Under-21s at the Banks’s Stadium.