As the dust settles on a year of celebrating 100 years of football in Worsbrough we want to take a few minutes to thank everyone that has made it happen. A massive thanks to all those people that over the last 100 years have dedicated their time as volunteers, managers & players - we are only celebrating this milestone because of their hardwork. As we look back on the last year, we can be proud of how we have recognised this achievement. I want to thank former Barnsley Mayor Sarah Tattersall for her support right from our visit to Germany last summer through to last night and also thank the Barnsley Twinning Society for making it happen. Alan & Karin Brentnall worked tirelessly
As the club continues to go from strength to strength, with more teams playing under the Worsbrough Bridge banner, so we need some more people to help us out, here's a list of some of the benefits of volunteering for a local community cause ... Personal Development: Volunteering provides an opportunity for individuals to acquire new skills or develop existing ones. These skills can range from project management and budgeting to practical skills related to the specific project, like gardening, painting, or construction. It also allows you to explore new interests and hobbies. Social Connections: Volunteering creates a platform for meeting new people, making friends, and expanding professional networks. This social interaction can help to reduce feelings of loneliness or isolation and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qup4f0tfCg Gav grabs a few minutes with Luke after another great evening at The Pinto Property Stadium!
Gav had a chat with Fudge after the 1 all draw, and here's what he had to say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HODlpGfe_-g
Interview by Gav Frost, article by Matt Grimshaw. The other night Worsbourgh took on Hall Road away from home in a game that finished 1-0 to Worsbrough with Owen Wildblood scoring the winner just before the half time break. Here is what manager Luke Forgione thought of the game. “Hall Road came out of the traps well, we weathered the storm in the first ten minutes and gradually came into it, putting some good passages together and carrying a threat. Scoring just before half-time time gave us confidence going into half time. And in the Second half, again, Hall Road came onto us but that was our game plan. We wanted to try to manage the game and control it if
On being awarded Charter Club status, Chairman Mark Booth said "Worsbrough Bridge AFC are delighted to be recognised as a Kick It Out Equality Charter Club. We are committed to supporting equality and provide opportunities for all within our community. As a club we are committed to tackling racism and discrimination and supporting equality and providing opportunities for all within our community. We look forward to working with @kickitout over the next 12 months."
The Sheffield Football website held their 2020 awards last night and the Briggers bagged a gong! "The winners of this award have some of the most approachable people we've ever met. The staff at this club could not do more for you and provide all fans with a wonderful welcome to their club. They also recently provided meals for school children struggling during the pandemic." said the host in the run up to the award. "A visit to the Pinto property stadium is always such an enjoyable experience win, lose or draw and there are many reasons for this. The reason which really stands out for Sheffieldfootball.com is the excellent welcome you receive at this club. From the staff on the door,