• Bristol Manor Farm FC

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Welcome to the official Bristol Manor Farm Website

  • September Matches
    Saturday 5th September15:00
    League Bristol Manor Farm Barnstaple Town
    Tuesday 8th September19:30
    League Bristol Manor Farm Street
    Saturday 12th September15:00
    FA Cup Bristol Manor Farm AFC Portchester
    Tuesday 15th September19:30
    League Bristol Manor Farm Melksham Town
    Saturday 19th September15:00
    League Bristol Manor Farm Willand Rovers
    Wednesday 23rd September19:45
    League Winterbourne United Bristol Manor Farm
    Saturday 26th September15:00
    League Cribbs Bristol Manor Farm
    Tuesday 29th September19:30
    League Bristol Manor Farm Sherborne Town
    Cribbs 0-5 Manor Farm
    All the excited pre-match talk was of being just twelve games away from a Wembley semi-final and Manor Farm bounced back from the torpor of a Western League midweek draw at Brislington with a vastly improved all round display in this emphatic FA Cup victory, reducing the magic number for fans and dreamers alike to a mere eleven.

    Harley Purnell's unfortunate injury, picked up in that midweek stalemate, will see the team bereft of his services for up to six weeks, but it left the door open here for a return to the first team of Liam Farmer, hoping to make his first appearance of the season following a suspension picked up at the end of the 2014/15 campaign. Manager Lee Lashenko surprised many however by promoting Ryan Radford instead after the young forward had impressed greatly during pre-season. It proved to be an inspired choice by the Manor Farm boss as Radford excelled during his 80 minute outing, proving a consistent thorn in the Cribbs rearguard.

    You can read the full match report by following this link

    Manor Farm 5-0 Bradford Town
    After the exploits of last week's FA Cup tie it was back to league action against a well organised Bradford Town side. The first chance of the game fell to Manor Farm striker Dean Stamp on 10 minutes whose well struck shot fizzed just wide. The visitors lost influential striker Sam Jordan after 22 minutes and Manor Farm seized the initiative thereafter.

    You can read the full match report by following this link

    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

  • Kit Raffle

    Our annual kit raffle took place on Thursday 16th July and the result was as follows:
    1st - Name on First Kit - Concorde Maintenance Services
    2nd - Name on Alternative Kit - Buckler Engineering
    3rd - Advertising Board - Andersons Waste Management Ltd
    4th - Full Page advert in programme all season - The Airport Valet Company

    Our thanks to all the companies who took part in the raffle. Your support of our club is much appreciated.

    Manor Farm 3-2 Bitton

    After 95 pulsating minutes of cup football it was Manor Farm who drew the deepest breath at the final whistle having blown a 2-0 first half lead against ten men and going through courtesy of Pete Sheppard's coolly taken winner with ten minutes left to go.

    Bitton remained committed to the last, sensationally getting themselves back into the tie with two goals in as many minutes midway through a frenetic 2nd half. Eugene Keary drilled a free kick low past Ashley Clarke and the ever dangerous Aysa Corrick broke away a minute later down the left and placed a firm shot past Clarke's despairing dive to draw the teams level.

    You can read the full match report by following this link

    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.

    300 Club Winners
    The draw for August was made on Saturday 29th August and the winners were:
    • 1st Prize - 51 - Ben Excell
    • 2nd Prize - 209 - Dave Hill
    • 3rd Prize - 178 - Adie Wheeler
    • 4th Prize - 83 - Corrie Summers
    Congratulations to all the winners!
    Junior Football

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