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Join Bristol’s Amateur Football League!

Easton Cowgirls 2014

Easton Cowgirls 2014

Joining the amateur 7-a-side football league is a fantastic way to make friends, get exercise and have fun playing football.

There are six teams in the league, with the Easton Cowgirls fielding three teams – the Longhorns, Shorthorns and Fresian Reds, while the other half of the league is made up of The Misfits, Rock Solid, and this year’s newcomers, The Bristols.

It’s a friendly, informal league (as you can probably guess from the team names!), where all ages and experience levels are welcome. There is a league match once a month, and usually a training session or a kickabout once a week.

If you are interested in dusting off your old football boots/trainers or want to try out football for the first time, there are a number of ways to get involved:

The Easton Cowgirls welcome any players to come along to their practices – see here for details.

Or if you are interested in joining a team, The Bristols are currently recruiting for players just like you! The team was formed only last month, so we’re all still getting to know each other. From experience I can say that The Bristols are an extremely friendly team, and definitely worth joining – whether you just want to have a laugh, make friends, get some exercise or get competitive!

If you are interested in joining The Bristols or coming to a taster session, email Lucy at: teamlizzard@gmail.com

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2 thoughts on “Join Bristol’s Amateur Football League!

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  2. Parity can also result when the top teams aren’t really that good. See the NFL as a reference. I could just imagine Jim Boeheim saying “we just barely beat Seton Hall, we must be really be lousy this yeF2r&#8.21;aor those who hail last year as the league’s best, go check out 1985 – and that was only the zenith of several years that may have topped last year.

    Posted by Hester | 16 May 2017, 00:54

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