19 Oct 2019 is the last training before Half-term

Back again on the 09 Nov 2019.

Club Registration forms are available on the tab on this web site and will also be in the pavilion on Saturday mornings. No panic on completing the forms, as long as payment is received by October half-term. Payments can be made as cash, cheque or online, details are on the registration page. Please place monies and registration forms in a sealed envelope with name on the front and note if you have paid online.

New players are reminded that they need to contact the Club secretary before turning up as we may be full in that group, and have a waiting list.

There will be four age groups

U7/ Reception/YR 1

U8/YR2 & YR3

U9/ YR4

U12/ YR5, YR6, YR 7

All players must wear the correct kit, including an Orange Bunbury training tops, shin pads and boots. No hoodies or snoods please, jewellery is banned, shorts if possible but tracksuit bottoms are acceptable in inclement weather.

 Please ensure that players are ready to go for 09:30 as it can be disruptive for the coaches.

 At the Bunbury playing fields Saturday mornings during Term time from 09:30-11:00

The FA SAFEGUARDING tab is now on the main menu, please read.

Contact the Club Secretary, Andy Fulbrook at

Contact the Club Child Welfare Officer, Sally White at

Contact Club Chairman, Nigel Parsonage at





Welcome to the Bunbury Youth FC offical website

Bunbury is located near Tarporley in rural Cheshire. We are affiliated to the Cheshire FA, as we have an U16 side in the league plus all other primary age groups ready to play. We play “friendlies” against other clubs. BYFC welcomes all young players regardless of their ability, we offer something to each and every player who joins our club, as we know many children dream of becoming professional footballer’s, whilst others just enjoy playing sport or enjoying time with their friends. At Bunbury we take a responsible approach to coaching youngsters, we aim to be both enthusiastic and patient, where children can learn at their own pace in a controlled and safe environment. Our training sessions are packed full of FUN games and practices that improve football skills and encourage healthy lifestyles. One of our key aims is to help children develop football, social and team working skills as well as encourage self discipline and confidence by spending quality time with the children coaching them on their skills and developing through small sided games. We do welcome friendlies with other affiliated clubs as children do benefit from competitive games, therefore if you would like to find out more please email  Andy Fulbrook at