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In 2017 Wideopen Juniors Football Club was 30 years old. To see details of the 30th Anniversary Dinner, click the image below.

Photographs and events at Wideopen Juniors

Wideopen Juniors has a proud history of hosting visiting teams, arranging mini-tournaments and travelling away to clubs around the country, even the world and attending tournaments such as Ayr, Keele and Blackpool.

The photographs on this page and linked pages give an impression of some of these events. Once again, if anyone can name teams in the photographs or has more photographs they could share with the club to add to our photographic history, we would be very keen to hear from you.

One of the Wideopen teams visited Blackpool

Wideopen took the keys to their new clubhouse and the event was marked with a Fun Day

A typical tournament held at Wideopen to mark the beginning of a new season

Colony Park from Aberdeen visited Wideopen bringing a couple of their teams to play friendies.

Don't forget to also look at the end of season Presentation events and much more.

Berwick 2000

The manager from Berwick presented Wideopen's captain with their trophy in Summer 2000.

Sunderland1
Sunderland2
Wideopen Under 8s win an excellent trophy from the Sunderland Festival 2000
Fassburg
Fassburg

Wideopen Juniors hosts
NEYD Cup Finals

U13s 2013
NEYD Cup Winners

U12s 2014
NEYD U12 Cup Final 2014

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Fassburg
Fassburg
The four pictures above were taken following an international friendly with Fassburg from Germany
 
Halluin Penant exchange
Halluin
Halluin hosted Wideopen 1996
Halluin
Wideopen hosted Halluin 1997/98

Wideopen has had a strong relationship with the twin-town of Halluin in France.

These photographs were taken between 1996 and 1998 when Halluin Juniors visited Wideopen and Wideopen's Under 11s visited Halluin.

Didier (right) was Halluin's deputy Mayor and their local Headteacher. He was a great supporter of Halluin's junior football team and a good friend of Wideopen Juniors.

Didier
Andy Robinson Charity Footie Game Athletics

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Wideopen FC were very happy to support a charity footie game on their 3G on Friday 4th November 2016 in memory of Andy Robinson who worked at nearby Newcastle Airport. His friends and colleagues arrange this game as a tribute and funds raised will go to the Willowburn Hospice (www.willow-burn.co.uk).
Click on the image opposite to see photographs from their game.

Gosforth Harriers

Gosforth Harriers Junior Run
Saturday 7th February 2015
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Sport Relief 2014

The Wideopen Mile

Weetslade Relay

Have a look at last year's event HERE

   
 
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