Bury Girls & Ladies FC is a validated Children's University Learning Destination click here for information

The Senior section is now under the management of Shaun & Colin, with experience coaches in place who understand ladies football.

Team progression is a priority for the Club.  If you have the skills and experience and you think you can add to this team get in touch.

'I will if you will' kicks off partnership deal with Bury Girls & Ladies FC

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New partnership with Bury FC will see the Club go from strength to strength

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A successful evening at our annual Presentation Ceremony May 2015

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Chairwoman, Diana Golding wins 'Tesco Mum of the Year' award for her service and dedication to girls and women's football

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Season 2015/16 will see our First Team continue to play their home games at the JD Stadium, with a newly formed Reserves giving opportunity for further player development.

Interested in joining our Club get in touch 07790222312 teams at all age groups.

Welcome to the Bury Girls & Ladies FC website

About the Club

Bury Girls and Ladies FC has been established since 1996.

We are the only all girls Charter Standard Development Football Club in Bury.

Our teams play in the North Manchester Girls Football League, North Valley and Burnley Unity Football League, South Manchester Girls Football League, with our Ladies First Team playing in the North West Women's Regional League and the Reserves in the Lancashire Women's County League.

Over recent years the Club has developed dramatically and now boasts teams at all age groups incorporating fifteen squads.  This remarkable development has been further enhanced in 2014 and 2015 by our partnership with Bury Football Club and the backing of our sponsors 'I Will If You Will' (SAPAS).

 

Bury Girls & Ladies FC - Mission Statement

"To develop Bury Girls & Ladies FC as an integral part of the local community, making football as accessible to as many girls as possible.  Through football we want to encourage young girls to develop as players and more importantly as people."

 

If you would like to contact anyone at the club see details on the contacts page.

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