Girls Development

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We are now looking for girls in school years 4, 5, 6 and 7 to play in our teams competing in the SCWGMFL.

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Lewes Bridge View Junior Football Club

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Our U12s Black team currently playing in the Sussex Sunday Youth League Division 1 are looking for players. Please contact Richard on 07789 278563 if you are interested.

We are also looking for girls to play in our U10 and U12 squads who currently play in the Sussex County Women and Girls Football League. Girls training sessions take place on a Monday and Friday 6pm to 7pm - Call Sheila for more information 07515 029718.

 

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Welcome

Formed by George Feltham and Paddy Graffin (ex Portsmouth and Cambridge players), Lewes Bridge View Junior Football Club has been providing football for young people in the Lewes area for nearly 40 years.

Our aim is provide young footballers with the opportunity to learn, develop and progress in the game in order to fulfil their potential. We have a strong emphasis on fair, competitive play and - particularly at the younger ages - of encouraging players to experience a range of positions to help their development and understanding of the game. We seek to do this is a friendly, supportive and community based setting, where the players (and their parents) can make lasting friendships.

We play at Malling Fields in Lewes and currently field teams from Under 8 to Under 16 in the Sussex Sunday Youth League and Mid Sussex Youth and Minor Football League. We have over 200 players registered across the years. A good number of our current players play for the their local representative (District) sides.

Over the years the club has seen many of its players progress to professional and senior clubs. John Robinson who played for Brighton, Charlton Athletic and also represented Wales was one of the first professionals Bridge View produced and more recently another former Bridge View players include Paul Ifill of Millwall who played in the 2004 FA Cup final against Manchester United and David Wheeler who joined Exeter FC in 2013.   

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Information Centre

Information Centre

Our policies and club constitution can be viewed here including some of our most commonly used documents and forms click here

Match Day Prep

Match Day Prep


Nutrition and training is now a very exacting science, but even as keen amateurs (and possible future superstars!) we need to ensure that we are match day prepared. 
 
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