Today saw our Lions and Bears play their final games of the season at our home ground, Queen Street.
Update from Louise Haines (Chairwoman)
The Lions played host to Ramsbottom Utd. Wanderers ending the season on a high and all of the boys should be very proud of their development and growth over the last few months, both as individuals and as a team. We are excited to see what the new season brings in September for them all!
We would also like to extend thanks to the managers and coaches who have been first class in supporting the team and the club, we look forward to seeing you next season as our new U9s team.
The Bears played host to Oswaldtwistle Juniors, with the game being their final match under the Briercliffe Community FC flag before they disband and move onto other clubs and continue their football journeys.
We would like to wish team manager Michael and coach, Jonny, every success at their new home in Hapton.
Next season will see a new team appear at Briercliffe Community FC for our U10s, so watch this space for further updates.
Appointment of New Trustees and Charity Status
We are pleased to also announce that after months and months of hard work behind the scenes, Briercliffe Community FC is now an officially registered and recognised charity, registered with the Charity Commission (1197838).
This will allow the club to access more opportunities for funding and potential investment in order to improve the facilities and player experience at the club, at the same time as solidifying our reason for existence which is to be a true community club, run by the community for the good of the community.
As part of our newly formed charity, we have also welcomed onboard two new trustees to join Louise Haines (Chairwoman) and Anthony Hill (Club Welfare Officer – Joint Chair) to assist with the day to day running of the club, and also to offer their expertise and guidance to ensure we fulfil our objectives. Just incase your missed the original email announcing this, click here to revisit it!