Bradley Stoke Ladies Football Team – Come and Join in the Fun!

Bradley Stoke Ladies Football Club is geared towards players who want to further their development and improve their skills within a friendly and positive team environment. Enthusiastic individuals who have never played the game before, want to make friends and learn a new skill are also very welcome.

Players must be over 16 years old to play in League matches and there is no upper age limit! Our current players range between 16 to 50+ so you are never too old to get those boots back on!

If you are approaching your 16th birthday we will be happy to welcome you to training, and you can sign up to the League on your 16th birthday.

The team was only established in 2015, and we have finished a respectable 4th and 5th position in the Gloucestershire County Womens Football League Div 2 during our first two seasons lead by our  Manager Martin Lee, and his coaching team.

If you are a budding Striker come along and meet our top scorers Stevie, Charlotte and Cat who between them netted an impressive 18 goals or, if you prefer to strategise and battle it out in Midfield and Defence you would be in the good company of Lauren, Sophie and Harriette and lead by our gutsy Team Captain, Louise; but, for those who are truly fearless, keep a cool head and have steady hands you would be a welcome addition in goal to our heroic Goalkeeper, Becky.

We are an 11-a-side team, we play in a friendly and competitive League and are happy with our performances across the first two seasons. We are now seeking extra players for a promotion push!

All coaches are FA Level 2 qualified and members of the FA Licensed Coaches Association, additionally the League we play in is of FA Chartered Status.  Training is every Tuesday 6pm – 7:30pm on the grass at the Bradley Stoke Community School.

If interested please visit our website at:  bradleystokeladies.wixsite.com/bslfc or contact Martin at mlee1@btopenworld.com

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This update was first published in the June edition of Little Stoke Gifford Matters – available to view online here 

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