WOMEN'S football club Worcester United are looking for new players ahead of the forthcoming season. 

Having won West Midlands League Division One South by going undefeated last season United want to continue to develop the sport for females in the city.

But they have lost quite a few players from the 2016-17 campaign due to personal reasons and other commitments. 

Manager Ryan O’Connor said: “Coaching ladies' football is a real challenge because the player catchment is so small.

"At Worcester we are keen to encourage female footballers of all abilities to enjoy the game of football.

"We train on Wednesdays from 6.30pm until 8pm and again on Sundays from 10.30am until noon at Brickfields Park, Ash Avenue (King George V Playing Fields).

"I would like to welcome all female players of all abilities to these training sessions. It’s a great way to stay fit while doing something that’s enjoyable.

"We have a proven record of developing footballers but are currently experiencing a dip in interest in Worcester.

"It’s really now about the ladies of Worcester coming together to make sure female football players have a local team they can be proud of.”

Anyone interested is asked to call O'Connor on 07754 849489.