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Community Benefit Society (1 page)

Banbury United Football Club is a Community Benefit Society. It is registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, Registration Number 7135, as Banbury United Community Football Club Ltd. The following documents can be down

United in the Community

United in the Community As a supporters owned and community focused club, Banbury United are always keen to make a contribution to the local community in whatever way it can. To view the club's presentation from April 2018 about "United in the Com

Ground Directions (1 page)

The Banbury Plant Hire Community Stadium Station Approach Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 5AB [NB Some sources incorrectly show 5AD] The only vehicular access to the ground is by way of the railway station approach road. For drivers from M40 Junction

Clubhouse (1 page)

Banbury United Clubhouse is available for wedding receptions, birthday parties and any other sort of party. Catering, Hall Decorating and Music can be arranged For Enquiries and Reservations: Telephone 07912 885141

Sponsorship Section (1 page)

Click on links below: 1. Sponsorship Opportunities Season 2017/18 2. Club Sponsors 3. Perimeter Boards and Banners

Spencer Villa Fund

This fund has been set up at the suggestion of members and supporters of Banbury United Community Football Club who wished to pay regular donations to supplement the club’s weekly playing budget. The fund has been named after the original club name

Programme Shop

The newly refurbished Programme Shop at the Banbury Plant Hire Community Stadium is now open on matchdays. There is a large stock of old Banbury United programmes, many Football and Premier League programmes as well as many from other non-league clubs

Club Legal Details

Banbury United Football Club is a Community Benefit Society. It is registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, Registration Number 7135, as Banbury United Community Football Club Ltd. Our Privacy Policy is attached

Banbury Spencer Book (1 page)

A History of Banbury Spencer Football Club has been written by local historian Brian Little and current Banbury United programme editor and website manager David Shadbolt. Note this is not a records and statistics book, albeit every league table for t

Charities and Goodcauses (1 page)

Charities and Good Causes Banbury United work closely with charities in the local community. There are strong ties with Katharine House Hospice and the club looks to support them whenever it can and it is always a pleasure to work with them on differ

Club Merchandise (1 page)

The Banbury United Club Shop is situated within the clubhouse on matchdays, providing a wide range of merchandise. Why not look in at the next home game and browse the items available. An online shop will be available soon In the meantime any quer

History (1 page)

BANBURY UNITED FC - A BRIEF CLUB HISTORY Banbury United’s genesis is to be found in Spencer Villa, a works club formed in 1931. Friendly matches were played on a ground on the town’s Middleton Road. The club joined the Banbury Junior League for the

Programme (1 page)

Banbury United produce a matchday programme for all first team home games. Except for a few more "minor" matches, the programme is a 56 page edition each game. This is an excellent opportunity for local businesses to promote their products or service

Admission Prices (1 page)

Admission Prices for Season 2018/19 for Southern League Premier Division Central games are: Adults £10 Concessions (Over 60s) £7 Students 19 and over with ID £5 18 and under £1 Programme £2 We continue to offer free parking for

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