We welcome girls and boys of all ages and abilities from 4 to 11 years old. We provide a fun and safe environment.
We currently hold team training at Sibsey Pymoore Lane on a Saturday morning for U6's, U7's, U8's and U9's.
Our team sessions are educational, friendly and age appropriate, offering players the opportunity to play in non-competitive and competitive team matches.
The clubs Under 7’s to Under 10’s teams play in the Mid Lincs Youth League, which is non-competitive. However, there are a series of mini-tournaments throughout the season in order to maintain a competitive experience for the players.
The season typically runs from September through to May and matches take place on Sunday mornings across Lincolnshire.
For those talented players who missed out on joining the competitive teams, we have established Development Squads. These players are provided with training and guidance with the aim of improving their overall skills.
Training will cover a set curriculum, with emphasis placed on developing players and preparing them for friendly matches and tournaments.
Under 6's – Non-competitive – 5 a-side
Under 7's – Non-competitive – 5 a-side
Under 8’s – Non-competitive – 7 a-side
Under 9's – Non-competitive – 7 a-side
Under 10's – Non-competitive – 7 a-side
Sibsey Pymoore Lane – Every Saturday – 11:00-12:00PM
Bears FC League Teams play matches across Lincolnshire on Sunday mornings throughout the season.
Upcoming match details can be found on the website and are usually added by the Wednesday before each match.
The club currently plays both competitive and non-competitive matches depending on the age groups.
Non-competitive means that there is no league table or results published and that matches are played to focus on player development rather than a winning at all costs.
However, cup competitions are played throughout the season to ensure that a small level of competition remains.
The focus is on long-term player development and to provide pressure free environment for young players to learn to play the game properly whilst practicing new skills and techniques.