These training sessions will take place on Limefield Playing Fields in Middleton, between 6pm and 7pm on Tuesday evenings. There will be 4 coaches attending from the club, who will meet the players and parents on arrival and lead the sessions with some introcudctory ball skills and fun games.
We are looking to invest in youth football and are seeking aspiring stars that are currenty in Reception (U6) and Year 1 (U7) to join us. We are offering free training to these year groups, enabling the lads and girls to try out the club and see if they would be interested in joining us. We hope to be able to put some teams together and enter the East Manchester leagues next year.
Seeking Future Football Stars
22nd May 2016
Under 8 Blues Win Blackpool Tournament
22nd May 2016
Our U8 Blues team, managed by Richard Armstrong, entered this years Blackpool tournament and dominated throughout taking the overall crown for the weekend. The lads had a excellent weekend and played some fantastic football. Well done to all.
Under 9 Reds Triumphant in Cup Final
14th May 2016
Congratulations to our Under 9 Red's who won a hard fought battle against Prestwich Maurauders FC Panthers in the final of the Chairmans Cup of the North Bury Junior Football League. A close contest saw Middleton unlucky to conceed 2 goals in the first half. The lads came out fighting after half time though and tested their opposition. Their team spirit and commitment prevailed and were rewarded with their first goal half way through the second half. Prestwich soaked up more pressure from Middleton with their goalkeeper stopping a barrage of shots from consequtive corners. The lads were rewarded with the equaliser through an excellent bottom corner shot within the last minute to save the game. It was looking like a penalty shoot out would settle the game but a fight back from the kick off saw us retain the ball and steal the winning goal through a penatrating shot to the top corner. Well done to all of the lads, they fought to the end and stole and well deserved vistory.
Under 9 Reds Reach Cup Final
28th April 2016
Congratulations to our Under 9 Red's who eased into the Bury League Cup Final with a fantastic 4 - 0 victory tonight. Having secured a 2-1 win in the first leg the lads came out determined to grab a spot in that final. Against very good opposition, the team played as a unit and virtually closed the game out at half time with a 3-0 advantage. A final goal in the second half secured the win and that final place. Speaking after the game, manager Anthony Fletcher praised the players, pointing out that everyone had played to the best of their ability and worked together to secure this deserved win.
Good luck to our Under 9 Leopards, who play their second leg semi final this weekend.
We are pleased to announce that VK Mobiles have very generously sponsored our Under 9 Whites team. As a new team to the club and league footbal this sponsorhip has provided a much needed new playing kit, training kit and equipment. The team has gone from strength to strength this season, the new kit has given the lads a real boost.
Based in Middleton Gardens, VK mobiles are a mobile phone repair shop in the heart of our community.
Further information can be found on or sponsors page.
New Team Sponsor
The lads celebrating a win in their first outing in the new kit!
U7's - J D Williams Team Of The Week
21st November 2015
Oldham Athletic Community Trust welcomed Middleton Lads and Girls JFC to SportsDirect.com Park , who are their J D Williams Team of the Week, for this weekend’s fixture against Barnsley.
Today's team of the week is our current under 7’s squad. Our red and green teams play in the East Manchester junior football league in a 5 a side format. Both teams are doing well this year and learning to win and lose as a team whilst encouraging their understanding of teamwork and making new friends across the town.
For some of the lads this was their first experience of a live football match, as well as the exciting experience of playing on the pitch at half time. It is an experience that we cannot thank the club enough and as we are in the catchment area of OAFC may also encourage the parents to get the kids along to other matches and another generation of fans.
Read more at http://www.oldhamathletic.co.uk/news/article/j-d-williams-team-of-the-week-2810855.aspx#aetCsFwDxzLlVD1I.99
15th November 2015
As our club has grown, we have established more and more teams. We are seeking local companies to support and be willing sponsors for these new teams. If you are able to support one of our teams or even the club please contact us.
Middleton Lads Football Club's members are all local boys and girls who thrive from being part of a team and playing a sport we all love. The continued success of the club and its support for these local lads is aided by our generous sponsors.
Fixtures Weather Warning
9th November 2015
A number of fixtures were called off this weekend due to waterlogged pitches. We made the decision to cancel our home games to protect the pitches at Limefield Park. We are proud of the quality of our pitches and want to ensure they are playable throughout the season, hence the decision.
With the current bad weather set to continue, your teams manager will be in contact with you early on Saturday if your game is cancelled this week.
End of Season Presentation
Saturday 16th June
U7 - U11's Doors 13:00pm
U12 - U16's Doors 19:00pm
Entry £3 per adult and £1 per child
Please do not arrive before the stated times as the area is busy with the normal operation of Middleton Arena. We are unable to allow entry ahead of these times.
We are collection donations for a raffle that will be taking place during both sessions. All proceeds of the raffle go towards team development and provision of training equipment. Please contact us through the website to if you have items to donate. Thank you.
Middleton Lads Support Manchester Marathon Match
3rd June 2016
Middleton Lads teams turned out to support this fantastic event in aid of the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund supported by British Red Cross in aid of victims and families of the Manchester Terror Attack. The Manchester Match Marathon started at 7pm on Friday 2nd June with 24 hours of solid football, featuring 100 games of 7v7 football matches with teams throughout Greater Manchester.