04 -December -2021 - 05:08

Bourne Sports Club was formed in 2006 when Bourne Rugby Union Football Club & Bourne Town Juniors Football Club joined together and has its premises at Milking Nook Drove, Spalding Road, Bourne.

The Current facilities include a 5 acre field which is owned by the Bourne Rugby Union Football Club on which the Clubhouse sits and the Rugby Club play.

The Clubhouse, which is a second-hand Wernick Modular single storey building installed some 25 years ago, incorporates 3 large changing rooms, Communal Showers, Ladies & Gents Toilets, Kitchen, Bar & large lounge area.

In addition, the club has access to the adjacent field of 4 acres which is owned by Parker Builders and is leased to the Sports Club

Bourne Rugby Union Football Club was formed in 1987 & has membership consists of approx. 75 senior players & VP’s together & run 2 senior teams with the 1st team playing in the Midlands 4 East (South) Division & the 2nd team playing in the Lincolnshire merit league. The club also formed a Junior section in 1992 & currently has approx. 100 mini and junior members ranging from aged 6 to 18.

Bourne Town Juniors FC was formed in 1978 by its current club president Mr Ian Sharkey. They started playing on the historic Wellhead in the centre of Bourne, which was not the ideal surface to play on.

The club's aim has always been to provide the opportunity to football for every child in Bourne and the surrounding villages whether on a casual or competitive basis. Bourne Town Juniors FC is one of the largest youth organisations in the area with over 250 youngsters registered with the club. Our standards of discipline and respect for others remain paramount as society struggles to keep itself in check and not only are we trying to improve our members ability on the field but also to prepare them socially for life ahead.

The Club has currently over 15 boys teams ranging from under 6's to under 16's and girls teams ranging from under 11's to adults.

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