Every Sunday from 4th Feb, Soccer 5s. 4pm (men) 5pm (women).
Every Monday from 5th Feb, Lisarow Sports Precinct, 6pm until dark.
All Age Men
All Age Women
Men’s Over 35s
Men’s Over 45s
All players welcome.
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Our inaugural trip to visit and play Barnstoneworth Orange was a historic occasion for both clubs. The beautiful NSW town of Orange did not disappoint with a perfect playing surface for our game, great weather, fantastic brewery’s, pubs and grub and finished off with a day at Towac Park Racecouse.

The Committee are excited to announce their commitment to enter a 1st and reserve grade squad in the Mens Division 1 for the 2024 season. This, along with the move to our new home at Lisarow Sporting Precinct marks the start of another exciting chapter for the club. Interested players contact Ray Payne secretary@barnstoneworthcc.com
Coaches will be announced over the next few weeks.

In season 2023 Barnstoneworth United Central Coast has raised over $1800 in support of football community charity group, United In Football Central Coast.

United In Football Central Coast was formed to raise money to support our Football Community. The Committee consists of enthusiastic volunteers who are current or former footballers.

Many still play in the Womens Open and Mens Over 35 & 45 Central Coast Football Competitions. United In Football is committed to supporting sick or injured football “family” members who need a helping hand. This can both financial or just through having the support of others in an emotional or social sense.

United In Football raises funds through social events designed to bring people together in enjoyment of our great game…football.

Barnie Loss

In a dominant display of soccer, Barnstoneworth recorded a resounding 12-0 victory over Gwandalan in a one-sided affair.

The match started off with the home team showing their attacking intent from the outset. They pressed high up the field, constantly putting their opponents under pressure and restricting them to their own half. The first goal came within the first ten minutes, as Marcelo, with his third attempt at goal, finished off a slick passing move to put his team ahead.

The home team continued to dominate possession and create chances, with their midfielders controlling the tempo of the game and Thang winning every header, like a leaping salmon. The second goal came soon after, with a well-placed shot from outside the box finding the bottom corner of the net. The away team tried to fight back, but their efforts were thwarted by the home team’s solid defence.

As the game progressed, the home team’s dominance only grew stronger. The third goal came from a clinical counter-attack, as James sprinted down the flank and crossed the ball for Frank to tap in from close range. The away team struggled to cope with the relentless attacking pressure, and the fourth and fifth goals came in quick succession, with the home team’s midfielders orchestrating the attacks and providing pinpoint passes.

The second half saw Barnstoneworth continue their dominance, as they added more goals to their tally. Gwandalan were simply outclassed, as BUFCs attackers ran riot and the defence held firm. The sixth goal came from a well-placed header from a corner kick, while the seventh was a long-range screamer that left the away team’s goalkeeper with no chance.

Our supporters were in raptures on the sidelines as their team continued to pile on the goals. The eighth and ninth goals came from quick counter-attacks, with the away team’s defence unable to keep up with the pace of the home team’s attackers. The tenth goal came from a beautifully placed free-kick, while the eleventh was a tap-in from close range after a goalmouth scramble.

The home team saved the best for last, as the twelfth goal came from a thunderous volley that flew into the top corner of the net. The away team was left shell-shocked, as they had no answer to the home team’s attacking prowess.

In the end, it was a comprehensive victory for the home team, as they recorded a 12-0 win over their opponents. The attackers were in scintillating form, while the defence held strong to keep a clean sheet, with Lance catching hypothermia.

5 goals to Frank with Nathan, Hillsy, Nick, Tom, Marcelo and Chris from 35c within 20 secs of coming on as a sub, also contributing to the rout. We were without Benny, Fauldsy (Soy!) and Arnie so when those boys are back, we’re going to be a force to be reckoned with!!!

Final Score: Barnstoneworth 12 bloody 0 Gwandalan

Barnie Goals: Frank Budde (5), Marcelo Burke, Nick Conroy, James Foster, Tom Reilly, Paul HIlls, Nathan Cassidy, Chris Cummings

MOTM: Frank Budde

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We conceded a scrappy goal early on but managed to equalise almost immediately and although being very dominant in terms of possession and chances, went to half time with just a 2-1 lead. Read more