Carnival Processions & Festival

 

 

 

Carnival Processions & Festival Days
Budhill FA 
Sat 7th June Easterhouse, Auchinlea Park 12pm - 4pm

Budhill FA will be meeting at the Bridge car park at 11am.
We will be part of the Carnival procession walking to Auchinlea Park.
At Auchinlea Park we will have a stall – to promote Budhill FAs girls teams and hopefully get some more coaches. We will have Beat the goalie and sponge the coach to raise some funds for the club.
We also have the use of the gladiator pitch from 1pm till 4 for the boys and girls to have small sided games and demonstrations of their skills. The players will get a small medal and a free shot at hit any coach of their choice with a wet sponge. 


Sat 21st of June Alexander Park 12pm – 5pm

Budhill F.A will be meeting at City Park at the bottom of Alexander Parade at 11am.

We will be part of  the Carnival Procession walking to  Alexander Park we will have a stall to promote our club we also have a mini tournament where trophies will be handed out at the end  to the winning teams involved                                                                                                                               
We would appreciate if all kids from 02,s to 07,s could attend also parents could come along to join in cheer the kids along.  

Also the carnival will be covered by local TV stations newspapers and radio stations this will be great publicity for our club and all the kids involved

 

 

Hi and welcome to Budhill FA,

 

Budhill FA was formed in March of 2013 we were originally Blackpool boys club. As we are a new club in the east end of Glasgow we are striving to make the club a community club and then a quality mark club and to be fully recognised by the Scottish Football Association.

 

All age groups train on Tuesdays and Thursdays. League games are played on Saturday, we are in Central Scotland League that covers from Airdrie to Falkirk and Cumbernauld.

 

6-8PM TUESDAYS (EASTBANK ACADEMY)

6-7PM THURSDAYS (EASTBANK ACADEMY)

 

Training kits are available and kept by the player and any other kits given by the club are owned by the club. If a player leaves or is told to leave a club rep will telephone the players parents or guardian to arrange a neutral venue to pick up the kit.

 

All players should attend training with TRAINING KIT, shin guards, water and appropriate clothing stated by their coaches, football kit should be worn with shin guards failure to do so may result in the player being suspended.

 

The club has a zero tolerance policy that is strongly reminded to everyone at the club and actions will be taken to anyone who breaks the rules that are made by the club.

 

Parents and players should be respectful of the rules provided by the SYFA and SFA, Failure to abide by the rules may result in player being told to leave the club.