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Bucks CC was formed in 1930 and play at the Bucks County Council Sports and Social Club in Lower Road Stoke Mandeville. The Club consists of sides at all age levels both boys and girls from under 8’s to under 16’s with a full senior first team and reserves. There are over 250 players affiliated to the Club together with an extremely strong, competent and dedicated management team.

The adult teams play in the Wycombe and District Football League, which is made up of four divisions and some fifty teams competing for honours in both league and cup competitions. Their matches are generally played on a Saturday afternoon.

The under 8 to under 10 teams play in the South Bucks Mini Soccer Conference. The format of the league is based around two squads of seven to eight players playing alternate matches against both opposition teams. The basic rules of football are applied with the provision that common sense should prevail at all times. The aim of these matches is that the players should learn and gain experience and enjoyment in a non-competitive environment. Their matches are generally played on Sunday mornings.

At under 11 to under 16 level the players switch to traditional eleven a side matches in the Wycombe and South Bucks Minor League where the football becomes more competitive with both league and cup football for all to enjoy. Their matches are generally played on Sunday mornings.

The Junior football section hold an annual 6 a side tournament and fun day in July, normally over 2000 people attend the tournament with around 110 teams. All teams hold an annual presentation night in May each year.

Initially the Club colours were blue and black stripe tops, black shorts and socks however in 2008 the Club changed its colours to red and black stripe tops, black shorts and socks in line with the county flag colours. Having the benefit of both senior and junior sections is the opportunity of progression; at least 50% of the first team squad have come from the Clubs junior teams over the years.

In addition to the football the Club is involved in tours, days out, community events and charity work, putting the community at the heart of the Club.

The Club is successful; please see our attached honours board, most notable:

  • January 2006 awarded the FA Charter Standard Club.
  • November 2007 awarded FA Charter Standard Community Club.
 
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