• warning: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, function 'imce_access' not found or invalid function name in /homepages/30/d143834459/htdocs/bpsfa.com/includes/menu.inc on line 454.
  • warning: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, function 'views_access' not found or invalid function name in /homepages/30/d143834459/htdocs/bpsfa.com/includes/menu.inc on line 454.

Penalty woes, but great day!

 
 
 

Holland Tour details confirmed

The details for the forthcoming international tournament in Holland are now available and have been sent to players.  If you have not received the details, then please notify staff on tik@bpsfa.com

The tour will take place at the end of May against largely Dutch and German opposition.  The four day trip will require the boys to not just play football, but to also undertake a number of domestic duties as they take charge of their chalets, and their diet!

Great Scott!

 
 
Congratulations to the Scott brothers who played for BPSFA for three years each not long ago!  Kristian has completed his scholarship at Stoke and is about to embark on his first year as a professional under Mark Hughes.  He continues to represent the USA and recently did a training camp at Borussia Dortmund.
 

Sponsorship bonus

                   

More scholarships

Congratulations to a number of Bath Schools players who have recently been offered scholarships at their professional football clubs.  Zak Vyner, Max O Leary, and Josh Read have confirmed offers with more likely to follow from this talented age group soon.

England call up

Kyle Scott has been called up to the England under 16s squad this week.

http://www.thefa.com/England/mens-u16s/News/2013/squad-named-germany-230113

Kyle played for Bath schools over a period of three years in which he was signed by his present club Chelsea.  Obviously from a talented family, his brother Kris who also played for BPSFA for three years, is currently on a scholarship at Stoke City FC and has played for the US.

We wish both boys the best of luck

Bath Minis play City U10s

Our year 4s and 5s entertained Bath City under 10s on an unfamiliar sunny morning yesterday.  Having not played for so long, the boys were keen to play a game again and they turned up in numbers - 16 players in all!  

V Bath City U12

The under 11s took on Bath City under 12s on Friday night on the finally defrosted 3G.

Game on

Matches on Friday and Saturday are scheduled to go ahead.  Please see emails

2 feet of snow in Bath...plus some other creations from the boys:

Jack D's best friend:

 

Mixed fortunes downunder

A mixed years 5 & 6 squad made the journey down to Plymouth on Saturday to take on Plymouth Schools under 11.

With the heavens opening much of the journey, there were fears it would be a washout, but fortunately we were spared a soaking and arrived at the newly built Highview Primary School in good time. 

Syndicate content