Thank you to all who attended and supported the WBCFC football festival 2019
I think we will all agree the weekend was a huge success and even the weather was kind (for the most part)! It was great to see all the players there on the same day and celebrate their achievements over the last season.
Please find listed the link regarding easy fundraising that was mentioned on the day https://westbridgfordcolts.com/fundraising-sponsorship/. Also please take a moment to click on the links, in particular Amazon Smile https://smile.amazon.co.uk and set up WBCFC as your preferred charity, then everytime you order the club will benefit.
So far charities have received £1,310,074.93 through Amazon Smile.
Discussions are progressing well regarding a potential 3G investment but it would be great to know what skills we have within the club-please connect with us on Linked In.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR RAFFLE WINNERS!
£10 voucher courtesy of Morrisons, won by ticket 211
£10 voucher courtesy of Morrisons, won by ticket 831
Box of chocolates courtesy of ASDA won by ticket 513
Box of chocolates courtesy of ASDA won by ticket 902
Box of chocolates courtesy of ASDA won by ticket 458
Box of chocolates courtesy of ASDA won by ticket 406
Box of chocolates courtesy of ASDA won by ticket 247
£40 voucher courtesy of Boilermaker won by ticket 238
2 tickets to a game courtesy of Nottinghamshire Cricket Club won by ticket 374
Main meal for 4 voucher courtesy of The Meadow Covert won by ticket 683
Signed A4 print of Forest’s Joe Lolley courtesy of The Art of Football won by ticket 411
Signed Forest shirt courtesy of Nottingham forest FC won by ticket 555
Case of beer courtesy of Belvoir Brewery won by ticket 858
1 free day holiday camp for 2 courtesy of Score Football Coaching won by ticket 851
£20 voucher courtesy of Mad Dog Sports won by ticket 724
Wine and treats courtesy of M & S won by ticket 729
4 x tickets for Tom Gates courtesy of The Royal Concert Hall won by ticket 656
Selection of vitamin drinks courtesy of Get More Vits won by ticket 597
Barrel top wine tasting for 4 courtesy of Laithwaites won by ticket 526
4 x skating passes courtesy of The Ice Arena won by ticket 520
4 x skating passes courtesy of The Ice Arena won by ticket 731
Electric toothbrush courtesy of Woolaton Dental Care won by ticket 446
Wines courtesy of REX Gooding Estate Agency won by ticket 728
Wines courtesy of REX Gooding Estate Agency won by ticket 450
Toiletry set courtesy of Boots won by ticket 791
Toiletry set courtesy of Boots won by ticket 453
Hamper courtesy of Hambelton Bakery won by ticket 739
Case of beer courtesy of Molson Coors won by ticket 420
Half price Microdermabrasion facial courtesy of Skin with Sidonie won by ticket 613
3x large pizzas courtesy of Lady Bay Pizzas won by ticket 475
Voucher courtesy of Pasticceria Lorena won by ticket 844
Bottle of pink gin courtesy of Archers Roofing won by ticket 616
Meal for 2 voucher courtesy of Macdonalds won by ticket 483
Meal for 2 voucher courtesy of Macdonalds won by ticket 890
Hotel Chocolat treats courtesy of Gateley PLC won by ticket 444
Jellycat stuffed Lion Courtesy of Gateley PLC won by ticket 824
Treats for 2 courtesy of Edwalton Tea Cosy Café won by ticket 572
Treats for 4 courtesy of Edwalton Tea Cosy Café won by ticket 186
Pack A photos courtesy of Club Legends Photography won by ticket 755
Club background; Founded in 1990, we now have over 93 teams and over 1,300 players registered, ranging from training groups starting at u5’s through to the veteran’s and men’s teams and a thriving girls’ section. Our founding principle was to give as many local children as possible the chance to play football, and our club philosophy is very much centered on player development, aiming to give every player the chance to maximise their potential whilst having fun learning new skills.
We believe this culture is partly why the club is so big and has become the largest youth football club in Britain. We strive to find a place for all, and then nurture all our young players carefully, so as they develop a lifelong love of the game and to support this we have a fluid but structured player-centered pathway as detailed in our player development plan so the development through the age groups / format transitions is clear.
We are also a long time FA Charter Standard club, and have just been awarded their prestigious Community Status.
We couldn’t achieve all that we do without our volunteer helpers and as such the club has invested in preparing this document to help guide you through the years.
We also work closely in partnership with Mad Dog Sports of West Bridgford who are our official kit sponsor.
Player Pathway: There are 3 main sections of the career of a WBCFC player (and coach). As a club we can accommodate roughly 90-100 players per age group with about mid 60’s on a Saturday & mid 30’s on a Sunday.
u5 & u6 Soccer School, u7 & u8 5v5 – 9 teams on a Sat & 4 Sun using Pool system
Main (YEL league)
u9 & u10 7v7 – 6 teams on a Sat, 3/4 Sun, Fixed squad of 10-11
u11 & u12 9v9 – 5 teams on Sat, 2/3 Sun, Fixed squad of 12-12
u13 & u14 11v11 – 4 teams on Sat, 2 Sun, Fixed squad of 15-16
u15, u16, u18, u19 & Mens
As we progress through the ages some teams by necessity diminish and some merge.