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We have 3 fixtures left in our 6th consecutive season in The Nottingham Sunday Football League playing our matches every Sunday morning from September until March/April. Training is usually every WEDNESDAY evening from 8.00pm until 9.30pm/10.00pm at a floodlit venue near Beeston (NG7 2PS) - all players and newcomers currently welcome on Wednesdays, please contact us now for details!
Due to a couple of recent injuries, we particularly need some new defenders at the moment. We are always looking for one or two new players, so why not join our squad?! Competition for places in the starting 11 has been good this year - newcomers are given every chance to break into the league squad, but are always made very welcome at training (unlike many clubs we don't have an established 'clique', drawing our players from all over Nottingham and from all walks of life). The age group is 18-40 and we have plans to start a veterans team in the next couple of years.
For more information please contact - joining our squad of talented players is also a great way to get fit in 2014! Students or relocating professionals moving to Nottingham - you're welcome! What better way is there to settle into a new city than to join us and play Sunday League football?
From June until August we play a wide range of friendly matches to try and stay match fit during the summer and prepare for the following season. It also gives new players a chance to play 11-a-side football and establish themselves in our Sunday league team, without any pressure. So there has never been a better time to join Beeston.biz FC!
If you currently play five-a-side football and would like to try 11-a-side for the first time, or you haven't played on grass for a few years, what are you waiting for?! After our promotion in the league season that ended in April 2012 (then staying up in that division the following year), ideally we're looking to add some committed, locally based football players of a good standard, but we always try to welcome everyone at training regardless of their ability.
We are proud to be one of the best amateur / Sunday League Football Clubs in Nottingham - former players who've moved away from Nottingham (because of work or other commitments) often get in touch weeks later to say things like 'I wish I could find a club like yours where I live now' and we even have some who travel back to Nottingham every weekend to carry on playing for us!
Each Player Must Bring £4 Subs And Their Own Kit To Training, Including Shin Pads. Although we nearly always have a couple of pairs of spare socks and shinpads with us, we ask that all football players bring their own kit if at all possible (or let us know in advance if you need to borrow some kit). So when you come to training, please bring the following with you:
Shin Pads, Socks and Shorts or tracksuit trousers
Training top and/or suitable football shirt / t-shirt
Good pair of trainers or boots with plastic moulded studs*
£4 per player in correct change in coins
Water bottle or drink (we normally take water bottles but not always)
*In winter we usually train on an all weather astro-style playing surface so good trainers (not blades, which often cause twisted ankle injuries on hard playing surfaces) or 'mouldies' with short plastic studs. A pair of football trainers with good grip or boots can usually be bought at well known local sports retailers for between 15 and 30 pounds. Obviously the weather will affect what sort of trainers or boots will be best so please use your own judgement and come to training well prepared!
We provide training equipment such as marker cones, whistles, bibs, posts, balls and first aid kit. All players should note that the club does not have extensive insurance cover for accident or injury, so you should have your own individual insurance, particularly if you have a job that you could no longer do after being injured playing football.
Lifts for players who don't drive are arranged using our Facebook Group page, or by email. Lifts from various points are often available. A number of lads get the bus from town (Nottingham city centre) and some of the others bike it there.
This is a ladies football team in Nottingham - all welcome. If you think you might be interested, please send an email to - - or you can click here for more details.