Last updated : 06/09/2023 22:34:23
Brickfield Rangers Youth Under 15 are a Saturday football team made up of 28 team members.
The team is from Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom and play in the Wrexham & District Youth League Section 2.
Brickfield Rangers Youth Under 15 started using TeamStats in September 2006 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 20 games.
More about the team
BRICKFIELD RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB
The club was founded by local parents in 1976 comprising of just one youth team playing in the Wrexham Youth League at the Court Road playing fields commonly known as the ‘Brickie’ which has been the clubs home ground since the beginning.
Founder and Life members Graham and Mair Bithel , Dave and Mary Baines and Graham Parry are still very active within the club and support club activities.
Many of the players the club have produced have gone on to be involved with professional clubs. These include the likes of former premiership player Robbie Savage; while many others stay with the club for all their playing careers going on to represent the club at senior level.
The club are now into over 30 years of continued commitment to football in its community with twenty four teams playing football at all levels, ranging from under 5’s through to under 16’s, under 11 to 15 Girls teams all playing in the Wrexham and District Youth Football League, two senior sides who compete in the Premier and Res/Colts (3) divisions of the Welsh National League and three Special needs sections ranging from under 12’s to adults who represent the club in local and national tournaments, and this year a Veteran (over 35’s) team has been introduced.
In total over 400 players represent the club at all levels.
The club have over sixty personnel directly running its activities which include soccer schools, supporting local schools with there after school clubs, match day refreshments and general fundraising.
It runs its own Youth coaching scheme enrolling and educating its youth players who would like to progress their coaching education.
The club is now one of the few clubs to archive its silver standard in the FAW club accreditation scheme which ensures the club meets all the requirements to satisfy the FAW, and in 2007 the club was honored with winning the prestigious FAW Football Trust Club of the Year, and the Wrexham County Borough Council Sports Club of the Year 2009.