• Bristol Manor Farm FC

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Welcome to the official Bristol Manor Farm Website

  • GFA Challenge Trophy Final
    The team celebrate sporting shirts with 'Ben 9' on - in memory of Ben Hiscox

    Shirehampton 0 - 2 Manor Farm

    Sitting two divisions above their opponents, Manor Farm proved too strong for Shirehampton. Played on the 3G pitch at the GFA Headquarters at Almonsbury, the surface suited the playing style of Manor Farm. As the sun began to dip below the horizon the game got underway with Manor Farm making Shirehampton work from the off by keeping the ball and playing it around the middle of the of the park. The first clear cut chance fell to Shirehampton on the half hour mark when from a free kick keeper Ashley Clark punched the ball clear only to see it knocked back towards goal from the edge of the box. Pete Sheppard reacted and headed it clear off the line. Five minutes later and Manor Farm took the lead. A long high ball from the right and Liam Farmer rose in the box to head home. It was now going to be an uphill task for their lower placed opponents as it looked from the restart that Manor Farm would run rampant. But by half time the score remained 1-0 to Manor Farm. The start of the second half saw the introduction of sub Jordan Metters and Manor Farm pressed Shirehampton hard. But Shirehampton weathered this early second half storm and began to make inroads into the Manor Farm defence. On 65 minutes one of their attacks again broke down and Manor Farm raced forward. The one touch passing out of defence soon found them on the edge of the Shirehampton box. Metters tried to tee the ball up for a shot in the D but chose the option to pass to his left to Jack Durrant who fired it past the diving Mark Winkler to double Manor Farm’s lead. Shirehampton never gave up and worked hard against an impressive Manor Farm. With three minutes of added time played the referee brought the game to an end and Manor Farm walked away with the silverware.

    You can see photos from the final by CLICKING THIS LINK

    Iain McLeod Anderson
    We were sorry to hear that former Manor Farm player Iain Anderson has passed away. Iain joined the club in 1973 and was a regular right back for the reserve team. He was enthusiastic and played with passion befitting a true Scot.

    In 1975/76 Iain was appointed as Club Secretary and it wasn't long before his administration skills came to the fore. Within a few years he took on the additional task of Assistant Manager to Mike Fisher. Iain combined this dual role with great skill and loyalty and this period saw great success with Manor Farm winning the Western League Division One and promotion.

    Iain and his wife Glenys, who sadly passed away in August 2014, were both stalwarts of the club with Glenys serving on the committee. Iain left Manor Farm and joined Keynsham Town and continued to enhance his reputation there.

    When Iain and Glenys retired they moved back to Kircaldy in Scotland. He was a life long supporter of East Fife FC

    Iain was a man of great integrity and a true friend of Bristol Manor Farm. The world has been a better place for his presence in it. Iain passed away on 7th April 2015 after a brave battle with motor neurone disease. Our thoughts at this time are with his family and friends.

    April Matches
    Friday 3rd April12:00
    League Hallen 0 1 Bristol Manor Farm
    Monday 6th April13:00
    League Bristol Manor Farm 2 0 Street
    Saturday 11th April15:00
    League Bradford Town 1 2 Bristol Manor Farm
    Saturday 18th April15:00
    League Bristol Manor Farm 1 1 Cadbury Heath
    Thursday 23rd April19:30
    GFA Challenge Trophy Bristol Manor Farm 2 0 Shirehampton
    Saturday 25th April15:00
    League Bristol Manor Farm 2 2 Sherborne Town
    Advertising & Sponsorship
    We have various ways in which you can support Bristol Manor Farm through advertising and sponsorship, from sponsoring a match to investing in a pitch side advertising board.

    If you would like to learn more, follow this link

  • Ben Hiscox

    We were saddened to hear that Ben Hiscox has passed away. Ben was a top bloke who everyone liked. Our thoughts on this very sad day are with his family.

    Join us in a look back at some great moments we spent with Ben at our club, by following this link

    Applause for Ben
    The Reserve Team

    The First Team

    Free Admission
    The current men and women of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces are doing such an exceptional job both at home and abroad during these difficult times.

    The Toolstation Western Football League is proud to offer all current serving members of HM Forces FREE ADMISSION to all League matches. Proof of ID will be all that is required at the pay box.

    250 Club Winners
    The draw for April was made on Saturday 25th April and the winners were:
    • 1st Prize - 12 - Deb Orgar
    • 2nd Prize - 218 - Brendan Thursday
    • 3rd Prize - 238 - Shereen Jefferson
    • 4th Prize - 194 - Betty Williams
    That was the final draw for this season and we should like to thank everyone who took part.
    Junior Football
    Junior Sixes Tournament
    We are holding a Junior Sixes Tournament on Sunday 10th May at the club. This will be for the following age groups - Under 7, Under 8, Under 9 and Under 10. There is only space for 8 teams in each age group which will be played on a league basis.

    The Under 7's and Under 8's will take place in the morning from 10am to 1pm. With the Under 9's and Under 10's taking place in the afternoon between 2pm and 5pm.

    Further details including an application form can be downloaded by following the links below

    Download Competition Rules
    Download Competition Guidelines
    Download Application Form

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