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Honours (3 pages)

AFCK grabbed their first competitive trophy when they lifted the Bristol Sunday Premier League's Presidents Cup with a 3-0 against City Darts Veterans at Bristol Manor Farm on 12th April 2015. Rich Izzard opened the scoring in the first half, Danny Tur

History (1 page)

AFC Keynsham was formed as a phoenix from of the flames of the defunct Charles Saunders FC. The club runs two sides, Saturday's play in the Bristol and Suburban Leagues Division 4, while Sunday's compete in the Bristol Regional Sunday League Division 3.

Associated Clubs (1 page)

Nailsea based Sunday morning outfit Spartans FC are the closest associated club to AFC Keynsham. Formed in time for the 2009/10 season Spartans are managed by former AFCK youngster Josh Evans, assisted by Charles Saunders and AFCK Legend Craig Sutton

Sponsor the Club (1 page)

If you have any intrest in sponsering or financing AFC Keynsham please do not hesitate to contact the club through this website or drop a email to Thank you

Best Practice (1 page)

Members of AFC Keynsham are expected to conduct themselves in a manor that will not bring the club in to disrepute. After over a decade at the helm Greg "2 Sugars" Turner has built up a reputation as running an easy going club, which enjoys its football a

Anti-Bullying Policy (1 page)

Any bulling of a nature will not be tolerated at AFC Keynsham. Any Person or persons found to be bullying anybody associated or not with the club on the nature of their sex, race, nationality, sexual orientation, or age will have their membership terminat

Constitution (1 page)

AFC Keynsham Constitution 1. Purpose ‘The purposes of AFC Keynsham are to promote and provide facilities for the amateur sport of Football in Keynsham and Bristol and community participation in the same.’ 2.Membership (a)Membership of the Club sha

Articles (1 page)

Since the inception of the original Charles Saunders FC in the late 90's Goal Keeper has always been a problem position. Saunders were never able to tie down a long term specialist keeper and as a rule the player who was most hung over or injured from Sat

Car Parking (1 page)

The Manor Road site has car parking for around 20 cars, though there is ample free parking the entire length of Manor Road itself.

Club Tournaments (1 page)

THE JUG The Jug is a friendly trophy played between AFC Keynsham and Spartans FC. AFCK won the first match in May 2010 3-0 at Manor Road. AFCK won the 2nd Jug match with a 8-1 thrashing of the old enemy Spartans.

Facilities (1 page)

Manor Road Football Ground in Keynsham, Bristol has facilities for up to 10 teams at a time to shower and change, as well as having 8 pitches. It offers players a hot shower after thier game which is considerably more than you get at other grounds on a Su

Fundraising (1 page)

AFC Keynsham has applied to the Inland Revenue to become a CASC (Community Amateur Sports Club). This will grant us a near charity status, we will be allowed to use the website and claim gift aid through it. This would allow the club to t

Past Players (3 pages)

Gary "The Leach" Leech played a s full back during the period 2004/07. Always full of pace and running fans of "The Leach" were always fans of his one fantasic touch a game, this led to a Gary Leech touch of the game award being dedicated to the player wh

Referees (1 page)

On average, people say 5,000 words a day and speak 125 words a minute. This means that about 2.8 percent of your time is spent talking and 97.2% in silence. It follows, that in a game of football, although the referee spends a great deal of time running a

meetings_conferences (1 page)

The players training sessions take place on the Downs in Clifton, Bristol on Tuesday evenings starting at the watertower at around 6.15pm. The Players are all expected to spend at least 15 minutes at the New Inn public house in Keynsham directly following


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