Club Announcement

Forgione commits to Briggers We are delighted to confirm that Luke Forgione has committed himself to the club for our Centenary Season in 2022/23. The club held talks with Luke after the season to discuss ambitions, the club vision and plans in an open and honest discussion. Club Chairman Mark Booth commented on the talks, "It was important for both Luke and the club to sit and review the season and talk about the plans and vision for the future. Luke, his management team and players had an excellent season and we are keen to look to build on this as we move into our Centenary Year. We have some exciting plans for 2022/23 and 2023/24 and very much wanted Luke to

Behind the Team

Interview with Craig Horner We always focus on the players that make our teams, but behind the scenes are a group of hardworking individuals that make the club tick. Today we caught up with the 1st Team Physio Craig Horner about his first season with the club. Q. Thanks for joining us for a chat Craig, you joined the club last summer during pre-season, what made you get involved? CH. I was recommended to Luke (Forgione) and the team after I had completed my level 4 Sports Therapy Course. I love to challenge myself and progress in as many areas in my profession as possible, and football was an opportunity I couldn't pass. Q. What have you enjoyed about working with Luke and the

Rallying cry from the Chairman

With the season coming to it's final few games I am calling on our supporters to come down and back the team in their final 4 home games of the season. We are sitting in 9th place in the NCEL Division 1 and have back to back home games against Retford FC (Tues 15th), Shirebrook Town (Saturday 19th), Swallownest (Tuesday 22nd) and Rossington Main (Saturday 2nd April) to play at The Pinto Property Stadium, where we have seen plenty of goals, some memorable wins and some fantastic comebacks. Remember our admission prices are just £5 for adults, £3 concessions and U16's are FREE. It has been a tough time for all Non League clubs due to the global pandemic, and this looks like

New Signing – Catch up with Fudge

Following today's signing off Jack Bennett we caught up with the Briggers boss Luke Forgione. "We are really pleased to get this signing over the line. Having lost two attacking threats recently in Luke Francis and Jordan Kershaw Dearne & District FC) and the suspensions of Alex Hutchinson and Harley Holt, we felt we needed to add some firepower to our squad and take the burden away from Mike Jepps who has been our main goal threat all season. Jack is another one with huge potential and an eye for a goal and has loads of pace. We feel that we have now built a team that has some of the most exciting young talent in the area. As a club we

Guess Hoos Back?

An Interview with Joe Skelton. Emily Hooson signs for Worsborough Bridge Ladies, after completing her move earlier in the week from Barnsley Reserves. The Midfielder returns to the club, where it all began in her career and is keen to hit the ground running. Hooson said “It’s good to be back, new players at the club so it’s important to see how their style of football is like. I’ve certainly learnt a lot from my time away and I feel I have come back a better player than before. I am ready to stick with Worsborough now and see where it takes me”. Hooson spoke about the ambition of getting to the next level of her career with Worsborough and how the move

Player Interview – Harry Scott

Our roving reporter Gav Frost asked if he could catch up our keeper Harry Scott. Of course we said, so we waited for Harry to return from the United States and at no expense to the club here is what Harry had to say on his return to the club. GF - So Harry welcome back. The first time I saw you play for Worsbrough Bridge was away at Retford last season, what was it like being thrown into a NCEL team that at the time was deep in a relegation battle? HS - It was tough game to be in especially at this level. I had been away from the team for some months, so it was a big game to

Player Interview – Callum Walton

Our intrepid reporter Gav Frost continued his round of player interviews and caught up with Callum Walton for a chat about the season so far. GF - So 9 starts so far this season but you have been on the bench on a few occasions, how do you feel the season is going for you? CW - On a personal level I feel as though I am underachieving but its a team game and the team in my opinion is well on course for what we want to achieve, even though I know some people say we are overachieving. GF - You have also shown your versatility in being able to play quite comfortably in a more defensive role, do you feel that

New Defibrillator for Worsbrough

We are pleased to announce that Worsbrough Bridge AFC have joined forces with the friends and family of Les Pinder to provide a Defibrillator and secure case for the Worsbrough Community. Following the recent sad passing of Les, the family approached the football club to install this facility at our ground The Pinto Property Stadium at the Worsbrough Sports and Development Association on Park Road. The Pinder family have been long time supporters of the football club and we were more than happy to support the request to provide a secure defibrillator for use by the local community. Worsbrough Bridge AFC will donate their club defibrillator with the family and friends donating for the Defibrillator case. We hope that this lifesaving equipment will

Worsbrough Bridge AFC is England Football Accredited

England Football - the new face of the FA has confirmed Worsbrough Bridge AFC's accreditation through the new England Football Accreditation Scheme. What does accreditation mean? Our infrastructure is sound, robust, efficient and effective. It centres around the Respect standards and behaviours needed to make football in England something we can all be proud to be part of. Accreditation is a clear signal toour community that we value the importance of being sustainable and built to last off the pitch. The accreditation recognises that our club provides one or more of the accredited player pathways, either for male, or female, or for disability players and reflects the level of care and support the club provides for our players, the quality of coaching delivered

Chairman’s Christmas Message

As we enter our final home game this weekend before Christmas I wanted to say Thank You. It has been a fantastic first half to the 2021/22 season, and I want to start my Christmas message by thanking Luke Forgione, his management team and every single player that has pulled on a Briggers shirt so far this season. I know how hard the manager, coaches and players worked in the summer and it has been a pleasure to be around them, watch them and support them. As we go into the Christmas period, they deserve to be in the position they are, and I am sure that anyone that has watched them will have enjoyed the performances of this young group of