WIMBORNE 6-A-SIDE

PLAYED ON WIMBORNE TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB’S BRAND NEW 3G ARTIFICIAL TURF TRAINING PITCH – THE BEST 3G FACILITY IN THE AREA

A dedicated match night organiser, fully qualified referees and a ball boy ensure for an enjoyable experience with SoccerPitch.

What better way to toast the victory then an ice cold beer in the clubhouse after the game?!

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PLEASE NOTE THE WTFC FOOTWEAR GUIDELINES BELOW

  • Plastic, metal tipped and moulded studs and blades ONLY are allowed to be worn
  • All other footwear including trainers and flat soled running trainers are not permitted
  • Boots MUST be worn before entering the playing surface.
  • Any player wearing the incorrect footwear will not be allowed onto the pitch and must stay outside the enclosure

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WIMBORNE 6-A-Side Football League
Played on WEDNESDAY Evenings | 19:00 – 22:00

33 MINS
£33
6-A-SIDE

3G
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NEW SEASON: TBC

OVERHEAD HEIGHT – The ball is ALLOWED over head height (six foot).

NOT ALLOWED OVER HEAD HEIGHT – From kick ins and from GK distribution – using his hands or feet. Legitimate saves are allowed over head height ——————–Corners ARE ALLOWED over head.

This rule is in place to limit the number of aerial duels and to ensure the ball doesn’t go out of play as often.

FOOTWEAR – The following are allowed: Plastic moulded studs – Plastic screw in studs (less than 15mm) – Blades or boots with metal or metal tipped studs – Astro turf trainers are all allowed – No flat soled indoor or running trainers are permitted.

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NO PADS = NO PLAY! – All players must wear shinpads.

FACILITIES – Please use the toilets provided. Urinating anywhere else on the site is UNACCEPTABLE and will result in a minimum 3 week ban.

NO SMOKING anywhere on site – this includes vaping and e cigarettes.

LITTER – Please ensure all litter is placed in the bins provided

LATE SHOW – We operate a Late Show System at all of our Leagues. If the referee is ready to start and kick off time is reached – one team has paid their fees and are ready – and one hasn’t – the ref will start his clock and the team that isn’t ready will go one goal down. For every further two minutes they are not ready, the ref will award a further goal.

PREMIERSHIP

MATCH REPORTS

Champagne seal the Premiership title in Wimborne with a 5-0 win over bottom side Exeter capping off a perfect season! Congratulations lads.

Dobson takes home the individual accolade – a FOUR goal haul in a 6-0 rout of AFC taking his tally to NINE and earning reigning champions Windgreen the Runners-Up spot.

Canford avoid the drop courtesy of a Senyal brace as Inter are held to a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

CHAMPIONSHIP

MATCH REPORTS

Flynn nets FOUR as Figjams wrap up the title in sensational style with a 5-3 victory over ManInTheWall. Congratulations lads on your Championship!

Figjams have been on fire however it is Flake’s T.Rudd who steals the Top Scorer award with a TEN goal haul for the campaign – netting again as the Runners-Up seal the fourth win with a 4-1 victory over Who’s.

Murder finish the season in third place – a Milton hat-trick sealing a vital 4-1 win over bottom side One Trick.

LEAGUE ONE

MATCH REPORTS

Mandem also complete a perfect campaign in League One – a 2-0 victory over Chutters earning them their FIFTH consecutive win to take home the League One crown by a FIVE point margin. Congratulations lads!

J.Chipchase nets his FOURTEENTH of the campaign as title hopefuls Hardly miss out in a 3-3 draw with PumPum – Chipchase however does earn the Top Scorer award following his lethal run of form. Well in lad!

Perk Inn climb to third place with a 3-1 victory over QJPR that condemns them to the bottom spot.

LEAGUE TWO

MATCH REPORTS

BSC Younger Boys thrash relegated Bacon 7-0 to romp to the title with a SIX point advantage – Bentley netting FOUR as Mountain takes home the Top Scorer award. Congratulations lads!

Runners-Up Jadeymonds round off their campaign with a comfortable 3-0 win over Brian whilst a brace for Wilkinson inspires BH21 to a 5-0 rout of bottom side Stour.

LEAGUE THREE

MATCH REPORTS

Dyslexia steal the League Three crown on goal difference – Top Scorer Smith’s FOUR goal haul and a hat-trick for Waterworth enough to hold the advantage as their side become Champions! Congratulations lads!

Runners-Up Algarve took it to the wire – a brace for Grose earning his side a routine 5-1 win over Blame it but not enough to completely cut the leader’s advantage.

Elsewhere, Bartlett ends the campaign in impressive form – his hat-trick inspiring third placed Superior to a 5-0 rout of AFC Bosh.