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Welcome to the Bolton County Website
Bolton County A.F.C. (BCAFC), formally known as Bolton County Grammar School Old Boys was established in 1948, but has its origins in the 1920's, when it fell into abeyance during the Second World War. The club was renamed in 1982 when Bolton County Grammar School ceased to exist.
Since then the club has continued to expand year on year.
In April 2007, the club achieved the status of
To attain this award, the club has demonstrated that it adheres to the Football Associations strict guidelines, on both child protection and the development of young footballers.
Bolton County Amateur Football Club
The club is funded by a combination of subscriptions, sponsorship and fundraising. The club have a fundraising committee, which organises several events each season, which are open to everyone.
Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk and register as a user, then simply make your purchases as normal, the club gets a payment from the retailer. This is FREE to use & will not cost you anything, just nominate Bolton County FC as your chosen cause.
The club is run on a purely voluntary basis, and is governed by an elected committee. The club adheres to the Football Association child protection policies and all managers follow guidelines laid down in the club constitution. The club relies entirely on its army of volunteers, who give their valuable time and effort providing coaching and competitive football to hundreds of children from the local community.
Both Junior and Senior teams have the use of the clubs dedicated facility at Radcliffe Road, Darcy Lever, Bolton, BL3 1AN.
The site has two full size football pitches, and changing facilities, which have been refurbished, providing a facility unrivalled in the area.
Today the club consists of more than 20 teams, covering all age groups from under 7’s, right through to open age football. The junior teams compete in local football leagues, the Bolton & Bury District Junior Football League www.bbdjfl.org and the Lancashire Evening Post Wigan League Youth Section www.lepsfl.co.uk.
Teams play either on a Saturday or Sunday morning. We offer football at all levels, from 7-a-side for the younger players, (7 to 10 years old), 9-a-side for ages
(11 to13) and 11-a-side for the older children.
The club also runs coaching for Under 6’s throughout the season.
The 1st and 2nd senior teams play in the prestigious West Lancashire League. http://westlancashireleague.pitchero.com/
The club are proud to work in partnership with Eventura, who have facilitated the Website from its induction, to the new, modern groundbreaking format you see today.
Please explore the site and follow the links on the left, for all the latest teams and club news and events. Managers contact details, fixtures and results, plus lots more.
If you wish to become involved with the club in any capacity, follow the link at the top left hand side of the page.
If you would like to advertise on our site, the club have various packages in place, please contact email@example.com for more details.