Football at The Windsor Boys’ School runs across two terms competing in County, District and National Cup competitions as well as ‘friendly’ fixtures against our local rival schools. Junior Football runs two teams in Year 9 and two teams in Year 10. Senior football boasts a 1st and 2nd XI as well as an Under 16 team.
At Windsor Boys’ School the primary concern is for young footballers to enjoy the game and to be able to play without fear. The school’s success is down to excellent team spirit and a philosophy that involves encouraging skill, attacking play and creativity. The boys are encouraged to ‘want the ball’ and to play with intelligence.
On a very cold and wet Wednesday afternoon, the Windsor Boys’ School Year 9 football team continued on their winning ways against Claires Court.
The Windsor Boys’ School Sport has had an incredibly successful and exciting term since September with so much happening and SO MANY boys taking part.
On a wet, windy December afternoon TWBS U14 travelled to last years Semi-Finalists Veralum School in St Albans in the National Cup.
I don’t know where to begin… 3-0 down. 3-3 in the last minute. And then win on penalties. One word… CHARACTER.
Monday 19th November saw the Windsor Boys’ School take on Charters School in the Second Round of the Walsh Cup (County Cup).
After a slow start to the season, losing in the National Cup in the first round, the U16 team have bounced back in emphatic style beating Slough & Eton 7-0 in the league.
For the first time in The Windsor Boys’ School history we entered the Senior B Team National Cup.
The Year 9 football team completed the local rival double in empathic style beating Cox Green and St Bernard’s.
On Monday 15th October 2018 Windsor took on Garth Hill College, Bracknell in Round 1 of the Walsh Cup (County Cup).
The Year 9 football team started their Windsor Boys footballing career in impressive fashion with a very convincing 9-1 win over Langley Academy.