Rob Milsom and Scott Loach of Notts County took the time out to visit a local youth football team in a training session and pass on a few tips, which was much appreciated by everyone involved at Broxtowe United FC, then members of Broxtowe United FC visited Meadow Lane to watch a game recently, before the game they visited the NCFCOSA office to chat to our secretary Pat Akers who gave them all an official members badge of the NCFCOSA as a keep sake, they then had their photos taken outside Meadow Lane.
Their Chairman James Bromley as written a letter to all Notts County fans as well as the general public.
NCFCOSA wish Broxtowe United FC all the best for the future.
Broxtowe United Football Club is a Youth Football Club established in 2015
The aim is to provide opportunities for children of all ages, abilities, sex and backgrounds to get involved in sport. This year we were awarded the FA Charter Standard Club of the Year 2016 in recognition of the opportunities we offer our children.
We believe every child should have an opportunity to play football and we welcome any child who wants to have fun and learn new skills as well as make new friends.
Starting out with one team, we will be entering the 2017 season with three teams catering for ages between 9 and 13, we are keen over time to offer sessions for children of all ages.
We are always keen to hear from experienced, new or potential coaches that want to get involved in youth football as well as children looking for a new team to play for.
We will support coaches in completing the relevant qualifications to offer the best football education possible to our players.
Our teams are located throughout the Borough of Broxtowe and all coaches are minimum FA level 1 qualified, with up to date DBS checks, if you would like to hear more about the opportunities we offer or you are interested in getting involved, please contact us at
www.broxtoweutdfc.co.uk or twitter @BroxtoweutdFC or Facebook @broxtoweunitedfc
Chairman of Broxtowe United Football Club