Signing News

We are pleased to confirm that we have today completed the signing of Aidan Smith from Selby Town. The signing further bolsters the Briggers squad for the second half of the season and adds further quality to the talented group of players at the club. Briggers boss Luke Forgione had the following to say on the new signing, "We are pleased to welcome Aidan to the club. He is another talented young player who fits into our recruitment strategy. We believe we now have two of the best young goalkeepers in the league on their day. Both Aidan and Ross (Pritchard) will be competing for the number 1 jersey at the club and I am sure both lads will be pushing to

Player Interview – Alex Hutchinson

In the latest of our player interviews, our roving reporter Gav Frost has battled through the snow and ice to catch up with Alex Hutchinson. GF - So Alex, you have been at the club now for just over a year, how do you think the team has changed since you joined? AH - When I first came down to Worsborough we were a team that everyone overlooked because we we were a very young dressing room. We started off as the underdogs with nothing to lose and ended up on a good run. I think that has changed a bit now, teams are talking about us and wanting to come and cause an upset against us. GF - We have quite an

Player Interview – Elliot Wilson

Our ever busy roving reporter Gav Frost caught up with ever-present Elliot Wilson recently and chatted about the season so far. GF - You are one of only 2 players ever present this season, how does that make you feel knowing that the manager has got so much faith in you? EW - Yes it is good to have a manager that is willing to give so many younger players a chance. I have managed to play well so far and stay injury free which also helps. GF - There is a core group of the lads that have played together under Fudge (Manager) at Barnsley College, do you feel that gives you an advantage when playing together in the NCEL? EW - Yes, I

Player Interview – Harley Holt

Our roving reporter Gav Frost caught up with recent birthday boy Harley Holt, fresh from his goal at Rossington Main on Saturday. GF - You have made the step up to Senior Football in the last year or so, what in your opinion is the biggest difference between Academy Football and men's football at NCEL level? HH - The biggest difference is that Academy Football is not focussed on results, it much more focused on development until you reach a certain age, but perhaps the biggest difference is you have a lot more time on the ball in Academy Football. NCEL football is more physical and physically demanding. In the Academy they focus on playing one way which would be whatever the

Rossington Main 2 – Worsbrough Bridge 3

Briggers bounce back and bring big 3 points back to Barnsley with a hard fought 3-2 win against a good Rossington Main team.The Briggers trialled after 25 mins when Tyla Bell converted. The Briggers soon equalised when Mike Jepps (34) bundled home a proper poacher goal. A Dempsey Smith screamer after 38 minutes meant the Briggers led at half-time.Birthday boy Harley Holt (68) added a 3rd in the second half and the game was set up for a frantic finish when after 72 George Bell headed past Pritchard.The Briggers saw out the remaining 20 minutes in what was a determined team effort with every player putting a real shift in front of 163 supporters.Thanks to everyone that supported the team

Exciting News

In 2023 we celebrate 100 years of football of providing football to the community Worsbrough. Barnsley is twinned with the German Town of Schwabisch Gmund & we have agreed in principle a game with FC Normannia in 2023 to mark our Centenary Year. We are working with our friends at FC Normannia on a long term partnership agreement where we become twin clubs, providing opportunities to visit each other to play games on an annual basis. FC Normannia, like Worsbrough Bridge AFC have adult, youth, junior and ladies teams and we hope to meet them in 2022 to agree the partnership and perform a ceremonial exchange of shirts to cement our future relationship. To read more about FC Normannia click on the

Worsbrough 3-1 Knaresbrough Town

2 goals from Jordan Kershaw on his full debut and a clincher from Mike Jepps in front of 127 supporters at The Pinto Property Stadium gave the Briggers a 3-1 win against NCEL Premier Division side Knaresborough Town FC to progress in the NCEL Cup.The Briggers took the lead when Kershaw (25) tucked away a well worked chance before the visitors equalised through after 37 mins through Craig Hall. Kershaw added a second on the stroke of half time (45) and the Briggers wrapped up the win after 74 mins when Jepps smashed the ball past the visiting keeper.Thanks to everyone for their support tonight and on to the next round.Final score Briggers 3 Knaresborough Town 1

Player Interview – Mike Jepps

Player Interview - Mike Jepps Our roving reporter Gav Frost recently caught up with striker Mike Jepps and talked about the season so far: GF. This is your first season in the Northern Counties East League,how have you found the step up? MJ. Yes, I’ve really enjoyed it. After a few years of not playing, playing for Bingham Town in the Notts Prem helped me to enjoy my Football again to be honest. I moved back to the area 3 years ago and then with lockdown I went a bit mad with the running and ended up in pretty good shape. I dropped Luke a message to see if I could come down to Worsbrough Bridge AFC and that was that. GF. With Luke's

Worsbrough 2-3 Nostell Miners Welfare

We sat down with Worsbrough manager Luke Forgione after Friday night's defeat it's disappointing to lose, I think in all honesty we have given them a helping hand to win the game. A easy goal to make it 1-0, a free kick which was a soft foul and a should of been kept out and then a cross come shot which creeps in on the 50th minute made the game very difficult to win some may argue it shouldn't of stood, after hitting the referee in the build up. Nevertheless, I think people can say we gave it a good go. If Allinson wasn't playing, we may have just got something from the game and maybe even won. We conceded