Help Needed!!

WANTED! The club is currently seeking volunteer's to help with the club's vital fundraising work. Did you know? EBUFC is the only club we know of that dedicates an entire day to all youth teams with free activities such as paintball, gladiators, bubble football, BBQ etc at the end of every season The club is all inclusive and whilst others may simply drop such thing...
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For Anne……

Smile By Cliff Elliot   Anne to me was my Northampton mum.  She'd calm me down when football wasn't much fun.  But there was a few times, she'd call me and say  Cliff, we have another appointment with the FA  But with Anne by my side,  I always knew  My ten game ban would be reduced to two.  She had a voice of reason, with an intelligent sound  One I loved to hea...
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Anne Cleaver

You share the same goal as somebody, sit around meetings and spend lots of time on the phone, e-mail and visits, but until you are faced with the news that they are no longer with you, and the tears fall as you hear of their passing, more tears as you inform others and finally more tears as the over whelming declaration of affection comes from far and wide. Too late you realise...
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Trials Day for New Players U18’s

Event News
There is a trials day for all new player under 18 years of age on Tuesday  6th June 2017 - 7pm at the Pioneers Sports Ground, Earls Barton. All player must be under 18 years of age on 31 August 2017. We play in the NDYAL league and train of Wednesday evenings 7pm - 9pm in Earls Barton through the season.   Please contact James Shurville on 07780 453 933 with y...
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Roland Heinrich (Rest in Peace)

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the sudden death of Roland Heinrich. Roland was a great friend of our club and the German organiser of our highly successful twinning exchanges. Roland was involved with youth football for nearly 20 years and during this time he organised the exchange trip on behalf of SLV Wittlich/Luxem. As we are fully aware, it takes a...
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Let’s Make Football Safe, Not Sorry

The FA guide to reporting concerns about child welfare Safeguarding children and young people is everyone’s responsibility. Clearly within football, The FA, as the game’s governing body in England, has a responsibility to put in place the best possible framework to ensure children* have fun and enjoy the game safely. However, it’s also a difficult and sometimes complex area...
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