Great news for players, supporters & sponsors

With last season finishing earlier than usual and with the fantastic support we have received from followers of the club we have some fantastic news that we hope will show our appreciation of the loyalty of people who support our club. We have been overwhelmed with the fundraising support offered to us by everyone and although we continue to try and raise much needed funds we are in a position to announced the following for season 2020/21. * Matchday admission prices will be frozen for the 3rd year running. 1st team games will remain £5 for adults, £3 concessions, with U21's and U19's game remaining at £3 adults and £1 concessions. We will be running offers throughout the season for children

Interview with Jimmy, u21 manager

I've been fortunate to speak to Jimmy today from the u21's team please find the link below and I hope you enjoy our little look back on their season.

Catch up with Moz

So for my 2nd piece for Worsbrough. I spoke with Lee Morris about his thoughts about last season. This will be in two parts with the final part being up next Thursday. So can you give me your reflection on the last season?Lee Morris: last season was a massive learning curve for myself it was a very frustrating both on and off field what with flooding to then covid at the start of the season we had planned 8 pre season games but only actually managed to play 4 when the season came around we were behind and unfortunately you could tell it to, although pre season didn't help but there were several times when we took teams to slaughter

Interview with Liam Graham

As its my first interview I sat down with the returning Liam to find out more about him and how he felt about coming back to the Pinto Property stadium: Welcome back to Worsbrough can you tell me how long you were previously at the club ? I think I signed in February 2018 from Parkgate played the rest of the season in the relegation battle. Started the next season and played for a month or so before going away on holiday for most of the winter. Think I played 1 game away at East Hull when I got back at end of Jan 2019. When you heard the gaffer (Lee Morris) was interested in getting you back, how easy of a

Briggers U13’s are League Champions

It has been confirmed today that our Worsbrough Bridge AFC U13's have been named League Champions after the the SDJSL calculated the leagues under the Points Per Game System following the cancellation of the season due to Covid-19. The Junior Briggers won 10 of their 11 games played and drew the other game and didn't lose a league game during the 2019/20 season. The league win was well deserved continuing great performances in recent seasons which has seen the team go unbeaten at home for 3 seasons. We caught up with the U13's Manager Jason Watkin on today's news: "Winning the league is reward for the hard work done by everyone, players, parents and coaching team and has been backed up by support

Pinto Property agree 5 Year Sponsorship Deal

We are pleased to confirm that our stadium will be called The Pinto Property Stadium for the next 5 years. Its a huge statement of confidence from Pinto Property in one of the longest sponsorship deals in recent years for the club. Ben Barton from Pinto Property explained the reason behind his companies commitment to Worsbrough Bridge AFC: "I have been impressed with the direction of the club over the last 12 months and we share the same ideals of supporting the local community. I have a particular interest in seeing more juniors get involved in football and if can help to make that possible I am more than happy to commit to supporting the club. I believe the sponsorship will be positive

Funding Relief for the Briggers

Sport England to help Worsbrough Bridge AFC during current COVID-19 pandemic  Worsbrough Bridge AFC have been awarded valuable financial support of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Community Emergency Fund towards running costs for the club during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak of the virus and the consequent shutdown of businesses as of March 23 has left the sport and physical activity sector facing a period of uncertainty. In response, on March 31 Sport England announced a £195m package to help the sport and physical activity sector through covid-19. Within the package is a £20m Community Emergency Fund, of National Lottery money to deliver immediate funding to those who have a role in supporting the nation to be active but are experiencing short-term financial hardship or the

The NHS Cup

We are pleased to announce that starting from this pre-season we will play our Barnsley neighbours Athersley Recreation FC in an annual game for the NHS Cup. The game has been agreed by both managers, Lee Morris and Shane Kelsey and endorsed by both clubs committees. Both clubs want to recognise the fantastic work the NHS do in our communities and have a lasting legacy in what has been a difficult year with the outbreak of COVID-19. The matches will be played at The Pinto Property Stadium and Sheerien Park on alternate seasons and will be a great way to fundraise and also to give both sets of players the chance of local bragging rights for a fantastic cause before the start of