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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Emma Brookes

Q1. What is your position in the club? I have 3 boys who play for EBUFC I'm a committee member and fundraiser. Q2. What was your motivation for getting involved? A friend asked me along to the AGM to support her. Q3. What do you feel makes the club so special? There is alot of hard work and time given to the club and players. this shows on the pitch when you watc...
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Earls Barton vs Weekley Rovers Samurai U12

Earls Barton U12 vs Weekley Rovers U12’s Samurai League Game – Match 8 Team: Benjamin Streeton, Adam Van Zolen, Joseph Kearsley, Robert Murray, Jake Morrisey (C), Alec Lovering,  Jack Sutton, Cameron Duff,  Harrison Thompson Subs: Joe Halton, Sam Bayliss, Oliver Trembecki, Kai Demerel   After a training spent developing over and under lapping, the lads took to t...
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Eugene Murray

Q1. What is your position in the club? Assistant Manager for the Boys Under 12's, Committee Member - I also look after Publicity and Media for the club. Q2. What was your motivation for getting involved? I had helped before when my eldest lad wanted to play football but didn’t have a proper understanding of the make up of the club so that was short lived. However when ...
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Tony Sanders

Q1. What is your position in the club? President, Groundsman, dressing room cleaner, tea/coffee provider, stand by linesman, Referee host. Q2. What was your motivation for getting involved? love of the game Q3. What do you feel makes the club so special? It represents the village Q4. If there was one part of the game (or your role if non coaching ) you would c...
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Matthew Smith

Q1. What is your position in the club? I am the U13's Girls Manager & Coach and a Club Committee member. Q2. What was your motivation for getting involved? I am a football enthusiast he was keen to do something different by coaching girls football.  There is a lot of hype round ladies football her in England and I wanted to be part of that. Q3. What do you feel ...
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Jason Lloyd

Q1. What is your position in the club? Under 7 Manager. Q2. What was your motivation for getting involved? My son was part of the Under 6 team for two years and when no managers were stepping up take the team on I put my name forward. I'm pleased I did as I am now involved with the community, get to help keep the football team going and let kids play football. Q3. W...
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