Club Philosophy

Bunbury Youth Football Club is based in Bunbury in rural Cheshire, it is a voluntary organisation established to provide football opportunities for the youth of Bunbury and surrounding areas. The club operate structured training sessions for boys and girls in the school age groups from Reception to Year 8, plus two U16 league sides, we are registered with the Cheshire County FA.

Each of the age groups have their own coaching sessions that led by volunteer coaches who are focussed on building teamwork and developing each player’s individual skills in an environment that is both safe and encourages the players to have FUN. BYFC operates a code of conduct for players, Club Officials, Parents/Legal Guardians and Coaches to promote respect for the rights, dignity and worth of each and every person and treat each one equally.

The Club’s Aim is for players to have fun, whilst we at the club also have a responsibility for the development of player’s football skills in a safe environment.

Each training session includes small sided games when all players participate, this ensures that the children are involved more and learn to work with other players.

Our aim is to encourage children of all abilities to play football and improve their skills and understanding of the beautiful game. The children play against others of a similar ability and age, ensuring that the experience of playing matches is an enjoyable one.

It is our long term aim that all our Coaches gain as a minimum the FA’s Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Football, in order to deliver consistency and quality coaching to the children.

Bunbury Youth Football Club are funded by subscriptions plus team kits are from the generous sponsorship of local firms.

If you would like your company associated with this voluntary organisation please contact the the Club Secretary at