Offer to NHS Staff

We are proud to confirm that next season we will offer all NHS Staff FREE entry to home games at The Pinto Property Stadium, the home of Worsbrough Bridge AFC. The sacrifice and dedication our health professionals give to our community should never be underestimated and in times of crisis they always come to the forefront of the minds of the communities they serve. As a community football club we want to give a little back to the fantastic staff at Barnsley Hospital and other NHS Hospitals in the area. We have been proud to have Barnsley Hospital Charity as our charity of the year this season and we hope that we have helped to raise awareness of their great work and


The Printsave Reward Scheme is donating £1 Million to grassroots football clubs.... Worsbrough Bridge Athletic FC are delighted to announce a new partnership agreement with Printsave Limited. The way the Reward Scheme works is very simple; if anyone connected to Worsbrough Bridge Athletic FC invites Printsave into their place of work to complete a cost saving proposal for Photocopiers, Desktop Printers, Manged Print or Document Management and they proceed Printsave will donate £100 per Desktop Printer & £250 per Photocopier directly to Worsbrough Bridge Athletic FC. All enquiries & leads or for more details please phone the team 0113 532 6740 or email to Printsave are a leading supplier of office solutions supplying Photocopiers, Desktop Printers, Managed Print Service and Document Management to companies of all

Managers Final Word

With the season coming to a premature end, we are back where we started......... We caught up with the Worsbrough Bridge Manager Lee Morris to chat about the 2019/20 season that never was..... The season ended prematurely what are you thoughts on the decision? LM - Like most clubs it was a frustrating end to a hard season but ultimately the right decision. With the ground flooding (twice) and then with the Coronavirus and players not training or playing for several weeks it would have been pretty much like starting a new pre-season. Frustrated but right decision. The main priority right now is the health of everyone and doing the right things to stay safe, so for me it was the right decision.

It’s been an eventful 1st season for the Chairman!!

It looks as though the Coronavirus will bring a premature end to Worsbrough Bridge AFC season. With 2 floods from the adjourning River Dove in October 2019 and February 2020 it has been an interesting and demanding first full season for the club. Although the season is only currently suspended it is unlikely for teams at this level of the football pyramid to be able to complete their fixtures. However if the FA and Leagues make the decision to re-start we will be ready in the best way we can whilst still looking to protect the health of all connected to the club. As a club Worsbrough Bridge AFC have had a good season. Our 1st team have been competitive in

We need your help, Briggers Fans!

With the current situation regarding Coronavirus and the suspension of the NCEL, Worksop Van Hire U21's League, Northern Alliance U19's League, Sheffield Junior League and Sheffield Womens & Girls League the club will be losing the major part of its income from matchdays. However, the expenses continue and the bills still have to be paid. So this is going to be a very challenging time for Worsbrough Bridge Athletic, but you can help! It would be great if you could help to support the club through this period by making a donation to our Just Giving Page below. If you can donate your usual £5 or £3 gate fee or even your £1.20 for a cup of tea it will all help

Message from the Chairman

Sadly due to the outbreak of Cornonavirus we are left in the position where we have to respect the advice and guidance of the government and football authorities and confirm that all footballing activities for every adult and junior team associated with Worsbrough Bridge AFC are suspended with immediate effect and until further notice. I fully appreciate that for many this is frustrating after an already difficult season with heavy rain and flooding but this is an unprecedented situation and one in which we need to try to protect the health and wellbeing of all managers, coaches, players, supporters and volunteers. We will continue to stay in touch with you all through our website, Twitter and Facebook pages or over the

Time to Reflect…….

With Coronavirus now impacting the club's fixtures and after 2 severe floods this season we just wanted to reflect on what overall has been a positive campaign to date and to ask supporters to come back and support us in the final few weeks of the season when the suspension is lifted. • 1st team reaching the Semi-Final of the Sheffield Senior Cup.• Match day attendances up by more than 50% from last season.• Fantastic financial backing from sponsors old and new.• Brand new U21s team in the Worksop Van Hire Development league sitting 2nd and still in the latter stages of the cup.• U19s top of the Northern Alliance League with a set off new exciting young players for the

Coronavirus – NCEL Update

Announcement from NCEL regarding Coronavirus. THE TOOLSTATION NORTHERN COUNTIES EAST FOOTBALL LEAGUE OFFICIAL STATEMENT - CORONAVIRUS UPDATE After careful consideration the Management board of the NCEL has decided to postpone all scheduled Premier Division, Division One and League Cup matches with immediate effect.  This decision has not been taken lightly but the health and well-being of all of our players, team officials, volunteers and supporters is of paramount importance. The Board will continue to monitor the Coronavirus situation whilst taking advice from the Government and the FA and will issue further updates as necessary. A date for the resumption of fixtures will be announced as soon as it is considered safe to do so.We hope everyone will understand the reasoning behind

Nostell MWFC Postponement

Club Statement Following today's postponement of our NCEL game against Nostell MWFC the club want to issue a short statement. As Chairman of the club I have always tried to be open and transparent with supporters, managers and players and today is no exception. I respect freedom of speech and people are entitled to make comments, however some things said today are both disrespectful to the club and it's volunteers and wholly untrue. The club has suffered from 2 severe floods in 4 months, which for a club with limited resources and manpower has been difficult. Despite the recent better weather our pitch had areas of standing water which we have been working to remove through building of additional drainage areas and pitch

Thanks for your support

The latest NCEL Division 1 statistics are out and we are delighted to see that our average crowd attendance has increased by 61.82% this season. Thanks to everyone for your support. Our average gate this season so far has been 89 fans with our lowest attendance 62 fans which is still higher than our season average last year. We have also had several gates with over 100 spectators which is really positive for the club. Thanks to everyone that is supporting the club this season, we really value and appreciate it.