Bring a Tin | Prestatyn Town Game

We have designated our home game on Saturday 18th January against Prestatyn Town as being our ‘Bring A Tin Day’.

We would like to encourage all supporters and spectators to bring non-perishable food items along, as we look to support our local Foodbank at Buckley Cross Community Centre.

As well as non-perishable food items, donations such as toiletries and household cleaning products would be most welcome.

There will be a collection point on entry to the ground via the main turnstile, where one of our Club volunteers will be on hand to accept donations.

If you would like to volunteer to support us with this cause on the day, please get in contact with the club here



Become a Referee | Wales

There is a chronic shortage of Referees across Welsh football and games are being cancelled every week because of it.

To try and boost numbers the FAW is offering courses, so if you love football and want to be a major part of the game in Wales why not become a referee?

Not only do you get the best seat in the house and get to give back to the game but you could also earn money too!

In the local junior leagues, you can get paid from £18 a game on a Saturday morning. For the adults’ game fees start at £25. The higher up the league pyramid you officiate, the greater those fees become.

The courses offered are as follows:

  • Advanced course – £80 (including full kit and accessories (approx. 10 hours of online learning time, plus attendance at a one-day practical session).
  • Leaders Award – £20 (approx. 2-3 hours on-line learning time and allows successful candidates to Referee junior football).

More information is available on the website:

The North East Wales Football Association (NEWFA) are also holding a number of face to face meetings at Brymbo Sports Club, Tanyfron, Wrexham in an attempt to give any potential referees out there as much help and information as is needed to guide them through the process of applying for and passing the advanced referees course.

The course as is stands is an online course and costs £80, this includes the online course, a full matchday referee’s kit with accessories, ie, flags, whistle, notebook, and cards.

As well as having all the above, you will have the full support from NEWFA and the Referee’s Officer Steve Jones in particular.

The NEWFA is looking at holding these introduction evenings on Thursday 16th January, Thursday 30th January and Thursday 13th February 2020.

The meeting would start at 7:30 pm and last no longer than an hour.

If you’re interested and want to look at the course before attending one of the meetings the please visit:

Or you can contact:

Steve Jones

Referee’s Officer



Phone:  07723 051754



Best wishes & condolences

Buckley Town Football Club would like to extend their best wishes and condolences to Mark Jones and Mike Davies following the news of their recent family bereavements.

Both these long-standing loyal supporters of the club, this week, suffered the loss of the passing of their much-loved mothers. 


World Heart Day 2019

World Heart Day 2019 – Be a Heart Hero

This year the FAW and Buckley Town Football Club is supporting World Heart Day, the world’s biggest platform for raising awareness of cardiovascular disease (CVD), which includes heart disease and stroke.

Run by the World Heart Federation, and supported by UEFA, World Heart Day takes place on 29 September every year and aims to encourage individuals, communities and businesses, including football organisations, to help protect our hearts and improve our quality of life. CVD is accountable for nearly half of all deaths from non-communicable diseases (NCDs), making it the world’s leading cause of death, claiming 17.9 million lives prematurely each year. It can also make life difficult for the millions of people around the world that live with CVD.

The good news is that through simple changes to our everyday lifestyles, we can all work towards lowering the burden of CVD. This year Buckley Town FC is asking all football fans to make a promise. This includes:
• A promise to our families to cook and eat more healthily
• A promise to our children to do more exercise and help them to be more active
• A promise as a fan to walk, cycle or use public transport to travel to football matches
• A promise as a player to use the power of football to encourage people to lead healthier lives
• A promise as a football organisation to protect fans from second-hand tobacco smoke in football stadia

Together we can educate, inspire and motivate people to keep their hearts healthy while encouraging them to act as influencers themselves. Together we can create a global community of heart heroes.

By making small changes to our lifestyles and the places where we live, work and play we can have a huge impact on our health and the health of our communities.

Join the cause and share your promise by taking a photo performing the < ♥ > gesture and sharing it on social media using the hashtag #WorldHeartDay.
You can keep up to date with World Heart Day on social media by following these accounts:
• Facebook: /worldheartday
• Twitter: @worldheartfed
• Instagram: @worldheartday


Chris Roberts | Coaching

Chris Roberts was working hard last night, coaching the very little ‘uns on the Astro, looking smart!


New Partnership announcement | RLA Capital Limited

Buckley Town Football Club is delighted to secure a new partnership deal with RLA Capital Limited for 2019/2020 season. 

Andy, Lee, and Ross started RLA Capital Limited in 2016 with having over 40 years’, experience in providing finance to businesses around the UK. 

Andy and Lee being local guys and both played for Buckley Town in the past, decided to support football clubs close to their hearts and we are pleased they picked Buckley Town Football Club as one of them. 

As well as providing exposure for RLA Capital Limited with various pitch side, dugout and Clubhouse signage the partnership will also see the club help to establish and develop the company’s brand and presence through all our social media channels. 

Peter Gunson – BTFC Chairman commented “We are delighted to be partnering with RLA Capital Limited, we strongly believe this partnership will be prosperous and beneficial for both parties and will support us as a club with various projects as we continue with our mission to embed ourselves within our community. We are looking forward to the start of the 2019-2020 season, welcome to the club.” 

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Sponsorship Opportunity


Buckley Town FC is currently looking for Sponsors to help establish the club in the top tiers of Welsh football. 

To cement that position, the club needs to attract new partner companies and sponsors to compete at every level of competition, develop their ground to full UEFA standard and build for the future.

The club is well supported by the growing population of the town whose residents work for companies and businesses locally or commute to the nearby cities of Chester, Liverpool, and Wrexham.

Since the millennium the club has won the Cymru Alliance League, the Cymru Alliance League Cup, the NEWFA Challenge & Presidents Cups, and the Welsh National League Premier Division.

Buckley Town Football Club offers business many different opportunities to advertise their brand and attract new customers. We offer advertising packages that can be used as a vehicle to advertise your brand in our match day programme, on our football shirts, on our website and Social Media platforms or around our ground.

For more information, please contact Justine Jones on 07808 093151 or 07757 616541.


Buckley Town Juniors FC

Buckley Town Juniors FC provide football for all ages & abilities, for both Boys and Girls aged between 5 to 16.

We have a proud history and a strong following of over 300 children in all age groups. We play in the Flintshire league and compete on all fronts. 

We are always looking for new members and currently are actively recruiting for our Girls teams 12+.

We also have our Under 5’s starting again in September along with our Under 6’s as well.

We cater for all. So a space will be there for your child. We are all volunteers and are always on the lookout for valued help behind the scenes & for coaches. If you feel you have skills that could benefit such a role please contact the club to enquire further.

Thank you.

Kevin Holden

Buckley Town JFC Chairman