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It’s been a great weekend for Brackley Town’s walking footballers.
Brackley Town’s walking football team known as the “Senior Saints” rounded off an excellent weekend of competitive football by winning the Over 60s Walking Football Tournament held at Daventry Town FC.
On Saturday, the “Senior Saints” beat neighbours Bicester Fossils 3-0 in a Regional round of the WFA Walking Football Cup and now wait to see who they will be drawn against in the next round and with the likes of Wimbledon, Oxford United and Leyton Orient in our region the next round will be exciting.
On Sunday, at Daventry Town’s Super 6 Football Tournament the “Senior Saints” progressed through the robin round group stage against the likes of Rushden & Diamonds , Sheffield, Moulton, and Northampton Town to reach the Quarter Finals where they faced and beat Burtonwood 2-0 on penalties. In the Semi-Final our “Senior Saints” beat Moulton and in the Final against Northampton Town the game again went to penalties with Steve Watson and Peter Cross scoring to give Brackley Town’s walking footballers the victory and another trophy.
Well done you “Senior Saints”
Walking Football takes place twice a week at Brackley Town FC - from 10:30am to 11:30am on Tuesdays & Fridays. Ideal for the Over 50s as a way of staying active, having fun and playing the game we love. We have players who are in their 70s and who play twice a week - so if you would like to try walking football then come along and join in.
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Brackley Town reveal new Puma kits for the 2021/22 season.
Brackley Town Football Club are delighted to unveil our new Puma first-team kits for the forthcoming season.
Modelled by Gareth Dean, Shepherd Murombedzi and Danny Lewis, the new home, away and goalkeeper kits will be available to order online within the next week.
We have a limited amount of home and away shirts available to purchase in the club shop, which will be open tomorrow morning.
Brackley Town Commerical Manager Steve Goodman said: "It is fantastic news that we are able to announce Puma as our new team-wear provider, this is a new era for the club and the deal represents how the club is moving forward on and off the field. I would personally like to thank Sporting Touch for their support over the past few seasons and wish them all the best for the future."
“When choosing a new kit partner for all teams at the club it has to be perfect and the deal we have with Puma is just that. I cannot wait to see the shirt being worn by the fans and the teams on the pitch. The club looks forward to working with PUMA over the next few years”
Jamie Hall Business Development Manager at Puma UK said: “I’m delighted to welcome Brackley Town to the PUMA family, we are delighted to be partnering with them and playing our part in the next chapter of the Club’s journey. Our Team has been working closely with the club to ensure we deliver the best possible kit and training wear product for both the supporters and the Club’s players for the new season and can’t wait to see the team running out in PUMA.
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The club is delighted to announce that Alan Bannard has been named as Vanarama Club Volunteer of the Month for May.
CEO Janene Butters said, “Alan typifies the very best of volunteering at our club. Most days Alan will devote several hours to club work, reporting to the ground to undertake a wide range of jobs in support of our grounds and stadium maintenance team. These jobs include painting, repairs, removals and maintenance of equipment and machinery.”