Bath based company Altus has agreed to become this season's main partner for the BWB programme.
On a slightly cold and damp morning our under 10 team donned their new white 'Smurf' hats in a friendly fixture against Mr Bishops Saltford team.
Monday sees the year's first football festival for primary schools in Wiltshire take place at Kingdown School in Warminster.
The competition is free for schools to participate.
The U11 BWBs were on their travels again, this time heading down south to the English riviera...Torquay!
Following a chilly and early start from Bath, it was fantastic to be greeted by glorious sunshine down the M5. It was even more pleasing to witness a sound performance which showed just how far the boys have come since the start of the programme just 12 weeks ago.
The under 10s and 11s are in action this weekend. A group of under 11s will travel to Torbay to contest an 11-a-sied match kicking off at 1030. Meanwhile the udner 10s will play Saltford under 10s. Emails have been sent with arrnagements. Good luck to all involved.
The Bath Chronicle Sports Awards for 2013 took place on Wednesday night with a number of ex players and staff nominated for awards.
Ray Li was nominated for the Outstanding contribution to Sport award for his services to Bath City FC as chairman and coach, and for the Bath Schools Sport Trust as Trustee and Coach. The category contained 6 nominees and was sonosred by Bath Rugby Club. Pleasingly Ray won the prize - well done Raymondo, well deserved!!!
BWB hosted St Albans in the second round of the Shires Cup on Saturday.
Feeling fresh from the tour of Borussia Dortmund last weekend, parents, coaches and players were keen to hit the turf again to see what lessons had been learned. We were not to be diasappointed as the boys produced a 'thorough' performance in which they gave the opposition very little time to settle on the ball and thus gained much of the possession.
The under 11s are due to host St Albans on Saturday in the Shires Cup. An email has been sent to those involved. Training will also take place for all age groups from 1200 onwards.
Here is some more footage and visuals from the study visit last week.
Going crazy at the game in the 26,000 stand
Watching Dortmund's U15s
The BVB weekend was a unique and special experience for all which was made possible by the valiant efforts of Ed, Kev, Henry, Toby and Shane for looking after the boys. In particular, Benny performed heroics in making everything possible and he has now secured his place beyind the pearly gates without question. Massive applause for the Hoffmeister:)