I am sure that by now you will be aware that today our NCEL season was suspended and will be reviewed again on the 13 January 2021. We, along with many other clubs are frustrated by a further suspension but we understand the leagues decision. They are damned if they do and damned if they don't and we just have to appreciate how difficult it is for everyone connected with Grassroots football at this present time. At a high level we want to make sure everyone is aware that our club will survive this, however we wouldn’t have done so if it had not been for everyone’s support, our sponsors and the fantastic efforts of our fans. We appreciate the efforts
Saturday January 2nd 2021, 3pm Kick off Following the statement from the NCEL all games are postponed until at least the 12th January, anyone who has bought a ticket for this match will receive a full refund. To help with our COVID-19 preparations we have invested in a brand new ticketing system for the 2020/21 season, and while you can still use cash on the door buying tickets online will help to reduce the amount of cash that our volunteers have to handle. You can print your ticket or use your mobile phone to get entry, we'll simply scan it on your way in! We want you to have a great time at the Pinto Properties Stadium while you enjoy live football again so
#BackTheBriggers has gone to the next level. We are delighted to announce that Yorkshire Live Sports Streaming will be streaming our away game at Retford FC on Monday 28 December with kick off at 3pm. It is important that during this period of restricted movement that we look at different ways to connect with our supporters and give them the chance to support the club. Simply click on the link below on the day of the game to watch, it will cost £4 to watch the game with £1 going to the club so it is a win/win situation for the supporters and the club. http://wbafc.ylss.co.uk
What a year 2020 has been, I am sure we will all be glad to see the back of it and hope for a better 2021. Covid-19 has created havoc for clubs up and down the country, and you have to feel for the managers, players, club and league officials that work tirelessly to keep things going - it has been a tough time. From the point of view of Worsbrough Bridge AFC we enter Christmas with many positives and a future we can look forward to. Financially, despite the pandemic we are in a good place and the structure of the club is starting to reap benefits with our U19's and U18's both top of their respective leagues. Our 1st team
https://youtu.be/BpTap0PwakM Chairman Mark takes on 1st team manager Luke in the first Briggers Big Brain quiz ... who knows more about the club?
+3 points! Today saw us get our first win, and first 3 points after a difficult start to the season. From the outset, we were determined to get the win, especially given last night’s announcement. We hosted an evenly matched Wickersely side who already had 1 point on the board coming into the game. We played excellently throughout, working hard for each other and fulfilling our individual roles well. The first half saw us take charge of the game, and despite missing a few chances, we finished 1-0 up through Lucy Tindle, with some work to do to secure the win. We started the second half the same as we finished the first, having lots of possession and putting pressure on our opponents. The
Fudge's squad continues to take shape as the Briggers signed another impressive youngster today, Ex-Hemsworth MWFC, Owen Wildblood. Manager Luke Forgione had this to say about our latest acquisition Owen is a player who can play several positions, which is always important for the balance of the team. However he is looking to nail a position down after a few years of non league experience, he is searching for regular game time. Owen has the potential to play at very good level, he has the skill set to do this, technically very good and a nasty streak, he knows a lot of the group already and fits well within our changing room. Having worked with him at Barnsley College, we have a
Worsbrough Bridge AFC are delighted to announce the signing of highly rated youngster Jack Cawthorne from Pontefract Collieries. Barnsley born Cawthorne has an abundance of potential and is highly by Pontefract's Andy Monkhouse who is looking for young Jack to get game time to help him develop. We look forward to giving Jack that opportunity to perform and learn his non league craft and thank Pontefract and Andy Monkhouse for allowing the deal, who will be keeping a close eye on his performances.
Following the recent government announcement where they have ruled out extending the free school meal deal during the half term holidays for struggling families we have decided to offer kids from the Worsbrough area a free packed lunch on Friday 30 October. As a Community Football Club we don't want to see any child in our area going hungry so we will offer 50 Friday Free Packed Lunches for Worsbrough kids aged to 4 to 9 years old. This offer is made without question or judgement and complete discretion is guarenteed. All we ask is that you are a Worsbrough resident and that you contact us using our social media pages (facebook or Twitter) or through email to firstname.lastname@example.org The packed lunches will