Spartans celebrate

AFC Bridgnorth Spartans revamped their annual Awards evening this season to deliver a fun-packed night recognising the dedication of players and staff. The event, which took place at Bridgnorth Leisure Centre in May, celebrated a fantastic season with all the club’s teams in attendance. The evening was hosted by Club chair Kristian Wood along with Wolverhampton Wanderers Ladies legend and Bridgnorth resident Claire Hakeman.

The Spartans’ Sten Lloyd says, “The evening was an absolutely brilliant with food, disco, a huge fundraising raffle and other great prizes. The club is the largest provider of junior football in South Shropshire and the event was attended by over 450 people.”

If you have a child between 5 and 18 years old who’d like to play football, Bridgnorth Spartans have trials for different age groups in July and August. Follow their Facebook page for more information: AFCBridgnorthSpartans.


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