IMPORTANT: ALL HOME GAMES OFF

Please be advised the committee have made the decision, following an inspection this morning, to cancel ALL games due to be played at NK today (including the 3G)

With conditions set to get worse, already frozen pitches and freezing temperatures, the decision has been made in the best interest of all players, coaches and parents.

 

On behalf of The Committee

Home Games – Sunday 10th December

Please be aware all games due to be played at NK Sports Centre tomorrow, Sunday 10th December, are subject to an 8.30am inspection.

Please keep in contact with the respective team managers and check our website/social media for updates, before travelling.

On behalf of The Committee.

Greenbank and Welton together as one

Greenbank and Welton this afternoon showed the true spirit of football can unite a community at a time of need.

They played out a coaches game at NK, Greenbank running out 6-4 winners.

But the real winner today was a superb amount of money raised for Drew Wilkinson’s family.

Drew was a coach of a Welton team. Tragically, he lost his life in a car accident in September, leaving behind his long term partner, Tracey, and two boys, Logan and Cobi.

The two teams decided to arrange a match between coaches and managers, to raise the family some funds, as a way of helping them through this tough time.

We are delighted to say, that a total of £550 has been raised. This will be passed to Drew’s family over the weekend.

We’d like to extend a heartfelt thanks to all that helped arrange this, as well as all in attendance.

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Greenbank and Welton to join together for a great cause

Greenbank’s managers and coaches are set to play their Welton counterparts, in a heartwarming football game.

Sadly, on 8th September this year, Drew Wilkinson, manager of a Welton Under 7 team, lost his life in a car accident, leaving a devoted partner, Tracey, and two young sons, Logan and Cobi.

In the true spirit of football coming together to help at difficult times, the clubs are due to play a fundraising game, on Saturday 2nd December @ NK Sports Centre. With kick off due to be approximately 3pm, all funds raised will be donated to the family, as we look to help them through this difficult time.

We welcome as many people as possible, to join us on the 3G at NK on 2nd December, along with a voluntary donation upon admission.

A City United

We are delighted to be able to announce that we are to be a regular feature within the City’s new football magazine, “A City United”.

We have our first article in November’s edition (Edition 4). Moving forward we hope to bring articles on specific events and in-focus articles on teams.

Each edition costs £3.

We have also teamed up with the magazine, enabling us to benefit both the club and the magazine. If you buy your copy through Greenbank, the club will receive 50p from every copy sold. To buy your copy, please either email web.admin@greenbankfc.co.uk, speak to your team manager or catch Adam at NK on some Sunday’s who will be armed with copies.

Got something happening that you want to tell us about for December’s edition? Email web.admin@greenbankfc.co.uk and we’ll be in touch.

 

 

Greenbank net £750 donation

Release From Persimmon Homes – October 17

One of the biggest junior football clubs in Lincolnshire has managed to win big after receiving a £750 donation from a national housebuilder.

Greenbank Crusaders U15s Football Team were handed the cash gift by Persimmon Homes Nottingham as part of their Healthy Communities initiative which is aimed at amateur sports teams and individuals aged 21 years and under.

Persimmon will hand out £750 to either an individual or sports team in the area with the money to be spent on sports kit, equipment, coaching or facilities.

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Club Statement

The Greenbank Committee wishes to take this opportunity to reinforce our stance that, as a club, we have a zero-tolerance attitude to any players, spectators or coaches that are seen to be in breach of FA Respect Guidelines. The Committee has been made aware of a few issues over recent weeks, which are not befitting of a club that is both FA Charter Standard and the reigning Club Of The Year, and are dealing with these issues immediately. We would like to remind all that breaching FA Respect Guidelines can result in the individual, team or even club being removed from the league.  Continue reading “Club Statement”