Weekly Round Up
Welcome Brinklow FC fans, to a weekly roundup of our beloved team's triumphs, challenges, and everything in between. This will hopefully highlight some great performances from our teams, we'll delve into the highs and lows of the past week, highlighting standout performances, key moments, and the overall pulse of our teams on the pitches.
Whilst there were a lot of postponements due to the terrible weather and flooded pitches also various games not being played due to the school half term, there were still some victories for several of our junior section.
The Saturday seniors team delivered an emphatic 9-0 victory at home to Whitnash Town, as they keep pushing towards the top of the league
Brinklow FC remains steadfast in our pursuit of success. The highs and lows only fuel our determination, and with the unwavering support of our fans, we're ready for whatever challenges lie ahead. Stay tuned for more updates, and exclusive insights into the heart of Brinklow FC. Together, we'll continue to make the club proud on and off the pitch!
We are very proud of how successful our tournaments are and 2024 will be no different, spaces are running out fast so get your team booked in now, whilst you still can.
Looking forward to another season
As the summer sun begins to wane and the crisp, cool air of autumn settles in, anticipation and excitement fill the hearts of football enthusiasts in Brinklow. The dawn of a new football season at Brinklow FC is upon us, and the entire community is buzzing with energy and hope. It's a time when the green pitch at our beloved Barr Lane comes alive with the thunderous cheers of loyal fans and the nimble footwork of our talented players.
The previous season may have had its ups and downs as they always do, but this season brings a renewed sense of hope. Fans eagerly await the chance to see their favourite players back in action, donning the familiar blue and yellow kits with pride. The young talents throughout the club are eager to make their mark.
The anticipation of goals scored, breath-taking saves, and unforgettable moments on and off the pitch is what makes this club so special. Brinklow FC is not just a football club; it's a symbol of community spirit and resilience. The friendships forged on the side lines and the memories created during the thrilling games are cherished for a lifetime.
So, as we look forward to the new 2023/24 football season at Brinklow FC, we hope you can all get behind our teams, and give them as much support as possible.
February 24th & 25th
Brinklow U7 Vs Coventry Sphinx White (Away)
Brinklow U9 Colts Vs Leam Brakes Orange (Away)
Brinklow U9 Juniors Vs Leam Brakes Purple (Home)
Brinklow U10 Colts Vs Coventry Copsewood (Away)
Brinklow U11 Colts Vs Hillmorton Juniors (Home)
Brinklow U11 Juniors Vs Weddington Sports (Home)
Brinklow U12 Eagles Vs Hartshill Sports Club (Home)
Brinklow U12 Falcons Vs Whitley Juniors (Home)
Brinklow U12 Hawks Vs F D C FC (Home)
Brinklow U18 Vs Kenilworth Town (Home)
Brinklow Seniors Sat Vs Triumph Athletic (Home)
Brinklow Seniors Sun Vs St Thomas Cross (Away)
GOOD LUCK BRINKLOW FC