Welcome to Barnton Wanderers Football Club
Our Club is based in the village of Barnton, north of Northwich in Cheshire.
We would like to think that we are different from most other local football Clubs. BWFC are a family, with every age group, from pre-school to open age, coming together as one unit. We win and we lose as a Club, and not just as a team or squad! Our Club events are for the Club, and not just one age group!
If you are interested in joining us, or would just like to make an enquiry, email the club here:
NEW BARNTON WANDERERS MINI DRIBBLERS
January 2011 saw the Launch of Barnton Wanderers Mini Kickers (formerly Minnows). This, for most, is the first step into the world of football. It is, therefore, very important that these first steps are fun and enjoyable. This concentrated on FUNdamentals, developing the ABCs (Agility, Balance, Co-ordination, Strength). These are delivered through football-specific fun games and activities. We are not changing any of these principles, but have taken into account feedback from parents and children to relaunch this part of the club and rename it Mini Dribblers.
1st session Saturday 23rd April 2-3pm @ Barnton Primary School.
Football for your children
4-6 years with the possibility of 2-4 years (depending on level of interest)
Safe Guarding Children
If you would like your son or daughter to take their first steps into the world of football with Barnton Wanderers Mini Dribblers then please contact
Paul on 07886527943
or visit the Mini Dribblers page here and complete the form.
VOLUNTEERS STILL REQUIRED!!!
We are looking for parent volunteers to help us manage the club and also get our fund-raising efforts underway. We have an exciting future development plan and we have a number of activities that we need parents to help us with, so if you are interested in an opportunity to influence the development of the club, please contact Jim Wingrove on 07894 594456 or email here.
FA Charter Standard 'Community Club' Award
In December 2010, we were awarded the highest status that we could achieve under the FA Charter Standard Scheme. The scheme is a best practice guide that sets standards of coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Football League and Premier League. To quote the FA website..."Community Clubs, the pinnacle of the club development pathway, will be those that have a high quality, multi-team (minimum of 10 teams) set up with excellent social, training and playing opportunities for all. As such, the number of Community Clubs is one of the truest measures of success for The FA Football Development strategy."
If you would like to know more about the FA Charter Standard Scheme and how your child would benefit from being a member of a Community Club, please visit the FA website here.