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Upcoming Fixtures

 

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                   Wednesday December  17th 2014
Thurlow Nunn Youth League - South
Brantham Athletic  under 18's versus Halstead Town under 18''s
at Brantham Leisure Centre- kick off 7.45pm

                   Saturday December 20th 2014
Thurlow Nunn Premier Division
Godmanchester Rovers FC versus Brantham Athletic 
at  Bearscroft Farm, Gorleston.  Kick off 3.00pm

Thurlow Nunn  Reserves- Premier Division
Brantham Athletic Reserves versus Hadleigh United Reserves
at Brantham Leisure Centre- kick off 3.00pm

Essex & Suffolk Border League- Division 2
Great Bentley Reserves versus Team Brantham
Venue to be confirmed.  kick off 2.00pm 

 

Brantham Athletic Football Club

Photographs on this website by Silver Shutter Photography
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The website will be updated on a daily basis and will carry all the info from Brantham Athletic Football Club for all Brantham Athletic FC players,supporters and interested parties!
During the  season we will also have  photos( as they are given to us) and details about players from all of the teams who play  under the Brantham Athletic Football Club banner- first and reserve teams, Team Brantham, under 18's, Brantham Athletic Badgers and Brantham Ladies teams. The youth teams have their own section and don't forget to click onto "Chairman/CEO for comments from our two gents.
All results, goalscorers when available, will also be on "Bazza's Bites" section of this website - so you can check on latest results and the people who hit home goals in a game!
 This is YOUR website--USE IT!!!
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Brantham Athletic  FC and Yaxley FC along with the Brantham under 8's team acting as Mascots and the match officials were proud and honoured to take part in the Football Remembers Photo taken before the FA Vase match on 6th December 2014.

This FA initiative is to commemorate those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their Country 100 years ago to enable us to live the life we now enjoy and take for granted. This is a reflection of that day in 1914 Christmas Day when both sides across no-mans land came together as one, put down their weapons and realised that there is something more important than fighting and that is togetherness.

Our heartfelt thanks and admiration go out to them all and may they rest in peace.