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A sweet end to the season – watched by England Women’s boss
A sweet end to the season – watched by England Women’s boss
Sport / 5 Jun 2018

Birmingham City Ladies, watched by England Lionesses boss Phil Neville, ended their first season with principal partners Maple from Canada on a high.

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Top-drawer Easter dinner served up by Birmingham City Ladies
Top-drawer Easter dinner served up by Birmingham City Ladies

It’s not just on the pitch where Birmingham City Ladies have been turning up the heat in recent weeks. Four successive league wins have seen The Blues climb to third in the FA Women’s Super League, but their cooking is also fi...

Maple commemorate a super Sunday for Sister Clubs
Maple commemorate a super Sunday for Sister Clubs

On Sunday March 25th, Birmingham City Ladies coaches ran a soccer camp for aspiring female footballers from their Sister Clubs. Birmingham City Ladies’ Sister Club programme, now in its third season, also provides local grassroo...

Pressing for progress in Women’s football
Pressing for progress in Women’s football

Women’s footballer and England Lioness, Jess Carter of Birmingham City Ladies, is on a mission to raise the profile of women’s football. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Jess shares her story of how she got into ...

28 Feb 2018 at 4:41PM Maple magic as mascot meets her idol

Birmingham City Ladies produced a magical maple-fuelled performance in the SSE FA Women’s Cup on February 18. Principal partners Maple from Canada cheered the Blues on as Manchester City Women were taken to extra time by Marc Sk...

19 Jan 2018 at 11:07AM An inspiring Birmingham City Ladies performance both on and off the pitch

As principal partners and proud front of shirt sponsors, Maple from Canada cheered on the Blues Ladies at the Automated Technology Group Stadium on Sunday, January 14th for the re-arranged winter fixture, which resulted in a 2-0 ...

16 Jan 2018 at 11:55AM Interview: Freda Ayisi

Freda signed for Birmingham in February 2015, prior to the start of The FA WSL season. She came through Arsenal’s Centre of Excellence before going on to make her debut for the Gunners in 2013. Freda has Champions League experie...

20 Dec 2017 at 5:30PM Birmingham City Ladies cook up some festive spirit

After truly impressing the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers’ UK ambassador, David Colcombe last month, the Birmingham City Ladies squad earned themselves a festive feast – packed with the goodness of pure Canadian ma...

4 Dec 2017 at 10:51AM Interview: Emma Follis

Emma is a Birmingham local, having been born in Sutton Coldfield and beginning her career with Aston Villa. Follis spent 14 years with The Villans, graduating from the Club’s Centre of Excellence. She is a former England U19...

27 Nov 2017 at 4:05PM Chef impressed by Birmingham City Ladies’ maple-fuelled lunches

We’re just three sessions into our series of nutrition cooking classes with The Blues but their culinary skills have already improved immensely. The Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers’ UK ambassador, Chef Colcombe, was...

1 Nov 2017 at 4:32PM Interview: Emily Westwood

Emily Westwood began playing football at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC before moving to Everton FC in 2005, where in her first season the club reached the FA Women’s Cup Final. In 2010, Emily signed for Birmingham City Ladies F...

31 Oct 2017 at 9:41PM Star judges for UCB Young Chef of the Year 2018 competition

Two high-profile chefs, known to millions of food-lovers, have been unveiled as judges for the final of the University College Birmingham Young Chef of the Year 2018 competition. Supported by Maple Products from Quebec, the compet...

24 Oct 2017 at 1:06PM This Halloween-Bonfire season, make it a ‘Mapple’

After finally kissing the British summer a reluctant and overdue goodbye, we’ve been gearing up for the autumn festivities with a brand-new recipe – a Canadian twist to traditional toffee apples.

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