Corona Virus News
The FA has provided an update on ‘non-elite’ football in advance of Step 4 of the Government’s roadmap.
From Monday 19 July, England will move to step 4 of its roadmap in easing Covid restrictions. This means that almost all legal restrictions of social contact will be removed. However, the Government is encouraging people to act with caution. Our guidance has therefore been updated to reflect this.
This updated guidance which covers Steps 3-6 of the National League System (NLS), Tiers 3-6 of the Women’s Football Pyramid and grassroots football (including Regional NLS Feeder Leagues), comes into effect on Monday 19 July and until then all participants should follow The FA’s guidance for Step 3 which can be found below. You can also read the Government guidance below.
Brinklow Juniors U10 Eagles are walking the equivalent of their home pitch (Wolston Leisure Centre) to Wembley to try and raise funds for the team. This is a total of 87 miles.
The team will walk two laps of Draycote Water with a well earned pit stop after the first lap for a refuel and picnic then head back out again for another lap. Each team member will therefore walk just shy of 10 miles.
Although part of the Brinklow FC family, the Eagles are a self funding team and all funds raised will help towards the cost of training, tournament entries, extra equipment, kit, trophies and team events so every penny helps!
Weekend: 30th-31st October
Brinklow U7 Vs Ambleside Juniors (Home)
Brinklow U8 Colts Vs Bedworth Utd (Away)
Brinklow U8 Juniors Vs No Game Fixtured
Brinklow U9 Colts Vs No Game Fixtured
Brinklow U9 Juniors Vs St Finbarrs (Away)
Brinklow U10 Eagles Vs Gurdwara GNP (Away)
Brinklow U10 Falcons Vs No Game Fixtured
Brinklow U10 Hawks Vs Birmingham City (Home)
Brinklow U12 Vs Christ The King (Home)
Brinklow U15 Vs Stratford Town (Home)
Brinklow Seniors Vs AFC Binley Reserves (Home)
GOOD LUCK BRINKLOW FC