Bury FC Launch NEW SSP
Created following consultation with the boroughs Primary Schools via the Bury Junior School Sports Association (BJSSA), Bury FC are proud to announce the new School Sports Programme!
Designed to provide specialist PE provision in line with Ofsted criteria Bury FC aim to engage with children across the borough!
...Schools wanting a FREE taster day click here
Ladies Football @ The JD
Supported by SAPAS, IWIYW & FLT
In a groundbreaking new development Bury FC Girls & Ladies are now officilaly part of the Bury FC family.
With funding and support from the Football League Trust (FLT) we also hope to inspire many more girls to take part via our female development centres. For training schedules for every age group Click here
Football Festival SUCCESS
Goshen Football Centres first North West Football Festival was a resounding success with over 350 grassroots players in attendance and over 2000 people attending the event!
We would like to congratulate the winners of all age groups, who came form all over the north west and we look forward to seeing you all again next year!
Full Time Education @ The JD
Do you know about studying sport at YOUR Professional Football Club?
BTEC Level 3 Sports Performance and Excellence is a two year course for 16-18 year olds starting in September annually. The BTEC Level 3 is equivalent to three A Levels and will satisfy progression requirements to University.
Powerchair Football Success
Bury FC Community Trust, supported by Sport England recently visited the School Games at Elms Bank allowing everyone to sample Powerchair Football!
The day was a great success and allowed the Trust to further spread the word about our Powerchair sessions across the borough.
For more info email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Lowe opens new Playground
Bury FC Legend Ryan Lowe dropped in at Summerseat Methodist Primary School to cut the ribbon and open their new playground.
Head Teacher Mr Ollis:
'Ryan has been my favourite player for a long time and I would like to thank him for taking time out of his holidays to visit the children of my school'.....