…At the heart of the community, creating opportunities for all…
The club prides itself on being at the forefront of good standards of coaching and management. As a result, in December 2002, the Club was awarded the prestigious FA Charter Standard Development Club Status. In 2004 it was awarded the FA Community Club status, one of only 4% of clubs nationally at that time.
Awarded in 2002 for consistently meeting the FA standards, regulations and guidelines, and above all, the commitment to professional standards in both management of the club and the coaching sessions by a team of fully qualified team managers and football coaches.
Award received in recognition of the Club’s ethos for providing young people with the opportunity to have fun in safe, friendly surroundings and to understand the principals of fair play and teamwork.
Presented for the determination to reach out to the entire community in welcoming and arranging annual football tournaments for children with disabilities, whilst at the same time, developing the same awareness of thegame through team play.
Playing in the Timperley & District Junior Football League, Broadheath Central Football Club is based in Broadheath, has now grown to be one of the largest and most successful clubs in Trafford, with over 650 members and 50+ teams.
Broadheath Central Football Club prides itself on being a charter Standard Community Club and on its commitment to professional standards. It firmly believes in providing young people with the opportunity to have fun in safe, friendly surroundings and to understand the principles of fair play and teamwork. Broadheath Central junior Football Club helps children develop an awareness of the game whilst learning both football and life skills. Through our determination to reach all our Community, we arrange annual football tournaments for children with disabilities.
The development of Broadheath Central Football Club has also recently seen a number of boys taken up by the recognised Football Academies from professional clubs including Manchester United, Manchester City, Stockport, Bolton, Burnley, Bury and Rochdale.