Broadmayne Football Club
The original Broadmayne Football Club dates back to around the 1950s, although it has folded and reformed several times over the decades since…
On reforming, the team competed in the West Bournemouth Sunday League before then transferring over to the Weymouth Sunday Football League. However at the end of the 2015-16 season, Broadmayne FC made the jump back to Dorset Saturday League football.
Broadmayne FC club history – recent highlights:
• 2012-13: Les Hallett Cup – runners up.
• 2013-14: George Eley Cup – winners (3-3 draw, won 5-4 on penalties).
• 2016-17: Broadmayne FC finished a respectable 4th place in Dorset Football League Division 2 (just 1 point from 2nd).
• 2019-20: in an extremely unfortunate year for bad weather match cancellations, coupled with the impact of COVID-19 drawing the season to an early close, Broadmayne FC finished comfortably in 7th place in Dorset Football League Division 2.
The majority of the team’s players have close links with the village of Broadmayne, either through living there currently or in recent years, or having been attracted by the excellent atmosphere that exists at the club. We pride ourselves on being one of the most welcoming and friendly teams in Dorset football – as much as we want to win, we all know it’s not the end of the world if we don’t; we all play for our enjoyment of the game and the chance to socialise with our team-mates.
We have players ranging from 16-45 years of age regularly training on Wednesday evenings. If anyone is interested in attending a training session, and then possibly becoming involved in our Saturday League match squad, please contact us to check for available spaces using our club email address (or Follow us on Twitter) using the details below.
p.s. If anyone has any old photographs or memories about Broadmayne FC’s history over the years, please do drop us a line. We’d love to hear from you – thanks!