Established 1989

Welcome to Ladybridge FC

FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2014
Ladybridge Football Club operates on the west side of Bolton and is committed to giving children and young people from four years of age upwards, the opportunities to fulfil their potential. This Football Association Charter Standard Community Club operates on a voluntary, non profit making basis and currently provides coaching, team football and development opportunities for over 500 members. The Club’s junior and youth teams play in local leagues in the City of Salford League, North Bury Junior Football League, East Lancashire Football Alliance and  Tameside Sunday Football League. Our senior team play in the West Lancashire League. Ladybridge Football Club is part of Ladybridge Sports and Leisure Limited, a registered charity (No. 1087770).  

3G Stadium

We are proud of our new artificial 3G surface 1stTraining.jpg Installed in September 2013, this ambitious and fantastic facility will enable our members to play as much football as possible. More

Opportunities

Join a club with a reputation for constantly improving standards both on and off the pitch. Ladybridge FC is offering opportunities for players to join this forward thinking club. Whether you want to improve your confidence, technique, motor skills, agility, balance and coordination or be on a pathway to academy football (or both!) please find out more and register  

Galleries

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We have had many teams over the years and the boys and girls are always proud to play in their Ladybridge FC kits. Click HERE to see Ladybridge FC teams from the past 20+ years.
 

Our History

When Steve Hill decided to hang up his boots in 1989 he had no idea how quickly he’d be back involved in football. Ladybridge chairman Steve Hill formed the club’s first team in 1989 for his sons and their friends. More

Volunteering

Volunteers are the lifeblood of any grassroots club IMG_0332[1] Whether it’s getting into coaching (full training is provided) or helping out with the running of the club there are plenty of roles. If you would like to be involved with this great club, please contact Steve Hill, in the first instance, for details of possible opportunities.

Sponsorship

Support the club and promote your business LFC Club   With hundreds of visitors from all over the region and our senior team in the West Lancs League, we have many opportunities to sponsor the club and gain exposure. Please contact Andy Holliday for further details