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    1. "Selfless" Benefactors Insist on No Influence – Just a Tiny Bit of Election Meddling!

      Our sole motivation from day 1 has been to return to a united Bury FC to Gigg Lane for ALL supporters and the community. We have objected in the past when certain members of BFCSS sought to dismiss those who followed Bury AFC, The Pendulum has now swung entirely the other way as SCS seeks to cleanse the management of any BFCSS representatives and marginalise the Benefactors as much as possible.
      This is morally and commercially wrong. By the FANS for the FANS means all fans, not just those that happen to agree with a small group of the leadership.
      It is so disappointing to feel forced to issue this statement as there is so much to be celebrating – the number and hard work by the volunteers (matchday and every other day/night of the week), a great atmosphere at matches, especially at Gigg, some memorable moments like the first match and Benito Lowe’s lastminute winner against West Didsbury & Charlton. Also it’s great to see the many new, young fans coming to matches and loving the experience just as much as those who’ve been watching for years and returned to their beloved Gigg. If we’re all together this can become even greater, if we’re divided the honeymoon period will sadly end.
      Please ensure that in the forthcoming vote for elections to the new CBS3 board you consider carefully who you elect, or we are seriously worried that the control will rest in a small group that in our experience is not focused on an inclusive, sustainable, community football club.

      • Dean
    2. £75 to Every Bury Fan Using Protection UK

      Managing Director, Chris Turner on the hallowed Gigg Lane turf Bury Football Club sponsor, Protection UK, has a great offer for Bury fans.

      If you use their services, you will a receive £75 voucher code to spend in our online club shop or to help purchase your season ticket next year.

      That’s not all. The club will benefit from a donation from Protection UK of 10% of any fees or commission they earn.

      Their services include mortgages, life insurance and wills.
      To contact Chris, who you can see above, please fill in the form by clicking on the image to the left.
        Protection UK offer no obligation advice with no up-front fees. The £75 is payable only once you instruct them to take out a product and they receive payment from the lender or insurance company.
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    3. 2023/24 Shirt Sponsorship

      Your opportunity is here, to sponsor a shirt for the coming season!
        We have the following available at £100+VAT each:
        Home Shirts, 1-18 Away Shirts, 1-18 First Team Coach – Andrew Thomas Goalkeeper Coach – Spencer Harrison First Team Physio – Aiden Bowe First Team Physio – Alan Raw Strength & Conditioning Coach – Jack Wardle   Have your name in the match day programme each week, as well as a signed match-worn shirt provided to you at the end of the season.
      Don’t delay, shirts will be provided on a first-come, first served basis by emailing into commercial@buryfc.co.uk. When they are gone, they are gone!
      Our Sponsor the Gaffer raffle is also live, which you can enter for just £10 here. Make sure you enter by Friday 28th!
        Be #ShakersTogether, Be #PartOfIt, Be #BuryFC for 2023/24
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    4. A brave new future for the Treasureline Partnership

      Many Bury fans will fondly remember the old Treasureline lottery of yesteryear, that unfortunately fell on hard times due to bad management and the impact of Covid.

      Industry experts and Bury town centre based NYCDA refocused the old approach to ensure the name wasn’t lost and proceeds were continued to be generated by being a part of their NYCDA Weekly Draw.
      We want to try and restore Treasureline to its former glories in just the same way that Bury Football Club and Gigg Lane have been brought back to life. You can follow Treasureline on X (formerly Twitter) to the right.


      Encouraging as many people as possible to sign up to Treasureline supports both the club and provides the funds to allow Bury Football Club to extend its reach into the wider community in Bury by supporting to development of women’s football, developing youth teams, and reaching out to schools and charities who can all play a major part of our future growth.
      Football Club Chair Marcel de Matas commented on the benefits of Treasureline:

      Whether you’re a passionate supporter or someone interested in supporting a community project, you can support the refreshed Treasureline Partnership by becoming a participant in the NYCDA Weekly Draw.

      You can play for as little as £1 per week with the opportunity to win fantastic cash amounts including a main weekly prize of £1,000, as well as a £500 rollover, which can rise to a huge £10,000. Additional prizes ranging from £10 to £100 are also up for grabs every Wednesday. For information including how to join, as well as some insights where the proceeds are used and the kind of work this partnership will continue to support, please click on the image below.
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    5. AC Ventilation becomes Bury FC sponsor

      Rochdale-based AC Ventilation sign on to sponsor the back of The Shakers’ training wear for the coming season.
      Established in 1995 AC Ventilation Limited has become a thriving and well respected business, specialising in the design, supply, installation and maintenance of all types of air conditioning, ventilation and fresh air heat recovery systems.
      The company operates throughout the UK and across all sectors. This includes commercial, industrial, healthcare, leisure, hotels, retail, education, restaurants, and specialist residential projects.
      Managing Director Steve Valentine was down at Gigg Lane to meet boss Andy Welsh, and had a few words for buryfc.co.uk: “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to sponsor Bury FC especially after being a Jnr Shaker during the 80’s. There is a real buzz around Gigg lane and the future plans for the club are looking bright.”
        (pictured) Director Steve Valentine meets manager, Andy Welsh down at Gigg Lane   Steve recalled being a mascot for the Bury vs Swindon Town game on 16th October 1982 (pictured left) and following the Shakers into the 90’s with friends & family.
      We would like to extend our thanks to AC Ventilation for their generosity and their commitment to Bury FC. We look forward to working with them in the years to come.
      Click here to visit their website.
      If you are interested in any future sponsorship opportunities please contact commercial@buryfc.co.uk
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    6. Accessing Your Online Tickets

      We are delighted that so many of our supporters have taken up the option to get a season ticket for our first games back at Gigg Lane, starting this Saturday with the visit of Glossop North End.
      Physical season cards can be picked up from the Gigg Lane Ticket Office for supporters who purchased ahead of the 2nd July deadline. For ticket office opening times, select here.
      General admission tickets for this weekend, and other games, are currently being confirmed and will be communicated to all shortly. We have provided details on how you access your tickets below.
      Accessing your ticket digitally
      We partner with TicketCo for online ticket distribution and encourage supporters to purchase these wherever possible, as this assists us in planning for a match day. Supporters will be able to buy tickets for all club events and programmes via this platform from the club website here.
      Whether you have bought a season ticket as a physical card or not, you can always get access to the games by presenting your TicketCo QR code at the turnstile for an operator to scan – this can be digitally on a smart phone or via a print out of your QR code. The QR code on a physical season card is a replica of that presented within the TicketCo app or on your TicketCo PDF receipt which was sent via either email or SMS message at the point of order. This can only be used once on each match day.
      You can also download the ticket to your phone’s Wallet or Passbook.
      Full details on all this can be found on the TicketCo website here.
      Download the App
      TicketCo also provides the option to secure all your purchased Bury FC event tickets in one place, via the TicketCo Wallet app. Examples of how this looks on your phone can be found below. You can download this app here.
        Whatever the circumstances, we have you covered. If you have any concerns, ensure you arrive early on Saturday and speak to one of our customer service volunteers who will be available to help!
        Be #ShakersTogether, Be #PartOfIt, Be #BuryFC for 2023/24.
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    7. Applications for Men’s First Team Manager

      We are now receiving applications for the role of Bury Football Club First Team Manager.

      We are looking for an ambitious manager, with a track record of success in the National League System to take on the role of manager of Bury Football Club. This is an opportunity to be involved with a rapidly growing club with ambitions to progress up the non-league pyramid.

      Applicants must have experience of managing in men’s football at Steps 3 to 6, minimum of UEFA A qualification and a proven track record of developing players.

      CVs should be sent by close of business on Tuesday 19th September.

      To apply please email chair@buryfc.co.uk and attach a CV and a cover letter, explaining why this job is for you.
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    8. Applications Open For Bury Football Club General Manager

      We are now receiving applications for the new position of General Manager of Bury Football Club.
        We are looking for experienced candidates who can meet the job description which can be read here.
        This will be an employed role with salary of up to £50,000 per annum plus pension, depending on experience.
        Please submit your CV to admin@buryfc.co.uk by 5pm 7th July if you wish to be considered for interview.
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    9. Appointment of Men’s U23 Management Team

      We are pleased to announce Leon Mike and Stephen ‘Sas’ Sheil as joint managers of the newly formed U23 team who will play in the Lancashire Football League West Division this season.
        Joint Manager – Leon Mike Leon (pictured right), 41, has had a career in football, playing both at professional level and non-league, before moving into coaching. Sas, 42, was a teammate of Leon at Mossley AFC in the mid-2000s and has a proven track record of success managing junior teams and development squads.

      Together they bring a wealth of experience in local football and were selected from a highly qualified and experienced list of applicants for the position.

      We are delighted to welcome them to the club as they build a playing squad for the season ahead and the first game next month. Games will be played on weekday evenings (typically kicking off at 7.45pm). Home games will be played at the all-weather facility at the Manchester College (Openshaw Campus) and our preferred evening for home games is Monday.

      Fixtures are due to begin in early September, with full details available via the FA Full-Time website accessed HERE.
        Welcome Leon and Sas and we wish you the very best for the coming season with this new team for the club.
        #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartofIt
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    10. Be #PartOfIt: Women’s First Team Manager

      We are looking for a hard-working, ambitious, natural leader to take on the exciting role of manager of our women’s elite team.

      This incredible squad have won back-to-back promotions and had a successful FA Cup run too. This season we are now in Tier 5, playing as the official Bury FC women’s team, at Gigg Lane.

      Applicants must have experience of managing a women’s team or in men’s football at a high level.

      Minimum of UEFA B qualification and a proven track record of developing players.

      To apply please email women@buryfc.co.uk and attach a CV and a cover letter, explaining why this job is for you.

      Applications close on Saturday 24th June.
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    11. Be a Match Sponsor

      Join us at Gigg Lane as a match sponsor this season, and follow the Shakers as we resume matters on the hallowed turf.

      With many enquiries already and packages sold, we want to invite you or your business to purchase a MatchDay or MatchBall sponsorship package to help support the club. The packages are outlined below:
      MatchDay Sponsorship

      As a MatchDay sponsor, you will enjoy:
      Entry into the Eyelevel Sponsors Suite Cashless bar facilities A one-course meal served at your table for four people Your company logo on the front of the match-day programme Your company announced as match-day sponsor before the game, during the game and after on social media Choose and present the club player of the match award 2 car park passes The option to purchase extra guest tickets at £40+VAT
      MatchDay sponsorship is competitively priced at £500+VAT

      Our match-day sponsorship has already seen high demand so please register your interest as soon as you can by contacting commercial@buryfc.co.uk
      MatchBall Sponsorship

      As the MatchBall sponsor, you will enjoy:
      Entry into the Eyelevel Sponsors Suite Cashless bar facilities A one-course meal served at your table for two people Your company logo on rear of the match-day programme Your company announced as match ball sponsor before the game, during the game and after on social media The option to purchase extra guest tickets at £40+VAT
      MatchBall sponsorship is competitively priced at £200+VAT

      Please contact us to register your interest at commercial@buryfc.co.uk

      #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartOfIt
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    12. Board Elections are Live!

      The Interim Board for the Football Supporters' Society of Bury would like to provide the following statement with regards an update of the ongoing election process.  
      The nomination period has now closed. All nominations have now been vetted to ensure they abide by the Elections Policy and Code of Conduct. As a result, we can now circulate the list of nominees and open the voting period as per the Election Policy. These will be issued separately to members by email from by Mi-Voice.
      Voting has now also opened and will be open for a period of 21 days. This is a slight deviation from the previous anticipated timetable but will allow sufficient time for people who wish to vote after the SGM arranged for the 10th October 2023.
      An updated calling notice for the Election SGM can be found at the bottom of this email and will take place on Thursday 19th October 2023 where the results of the election will be announced via an online meeting. Members are encouraged to read the statements from all nominees before casting their vote.
      We are also able to confirm that the data cleansing work on the database has been completed. Board members from both previous societies have spent numerous hours in recent weeks going through membership lists to remove any duplicates and request additional information for any accounts that have been deemed as possibly invalid. Any accounts that were unable to provide the required information have been excluded from voting, along with any duplicates who were members of both Societies.  
      The Interim Board are in unanimous agreement that they are happy to publicly sign off the final membership database submitted to Mi-Voice who will oversee the election. 
      Whilst we acknowledge concerns raised by members, we hope that this statement will reassure members that all possible work and effort has been done to ensure the validity of the database and we can move forward to electing the first Board of the Football Supporters' Society of Bury as a united membership.  

      The formal Calling Notice is here.

      If you have any issues regarding the voting process, please contact support@mi-voice.com in the first instance. 

      • Dean
    13. Bradford and Preston Games Now All Ticket

      Ticket sales for the first sightings of Bury at Gigg Lane on the 8th and 9th July, against Bradford City and Preston North End respectively, have gone well.
      This has allowed us to prepare in advance and discuss our requirements with the various agencies concerned with supporter safety. As there is currently building work going on in the North (Main) Stand this will be closed other than for players and match officials for the friendly games, with work due to be complete for the start of the league season.
      We will open the South and East (Cemetery End) Stands for friendlies and cap attendance levels at 2,275.
      With this in mind, we have agreed that the Bradford and Preston games will be advance ticket-only games. There is still good ticket availability for Preston but for the Bradford game, we have only a small number of tickets left available and expect both home and away allocation to reach their maximum in advance of the game.
      Please do not attend these games without a ticket which can be purchased here. We have now limited these to single-match tickets and removed the ticket covering both games.
      Whilst they are both friendlies, more stringent rules for spectator management will apply as our opponents are EFL teams.
      This means that alcohol cannot be served or consumed in view of the pitch and the police will be in attendance. We will have enhanced stewarding on the day which will hopefully support us in delivering a safe environment.
      We hope to be able to relax these requirements for the three remaining home friendlies against non-league opposition and open up more of the ground for the start of the season proper.
      However, we need your support and cooperation to do this. We are required to demonstrate that we are able to safely and competently run matches out of Gigg Lane to open up more of the ground and increase our capacity. Please help us achieve this over the next few weeks.
        Bury supporters are to purchase tickets by selecting the images below:
        Allocations for away supporters are available from their club websites.
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    14. Bury FC Christmas Draw: BCC Crossbar Challenge

      You can now buy your Bury FC Christmas Draw raffle tickets (£2 each) to be in with your chance to win a whole host of great prizes this Christmas!

      The first prize winner will win a guaranteed £1,000 in cash, with the opportunity to win a brand-new car worth in excess of £24,000 by taking on the BCC Hyundai Crossbar Challenge – hit the crossbar from the halfway line and the car is yours!

      We have two ways to buy your tickets, either online via TicketCo (like you would a match ticket) or paper tickets are available from Gigg Lane during home matches.
        As well as the top cash prize, we have loads of other great prizes up for grabs:
        Dell Latitude 3520 15.6” laptop donated by Pulsar Computing Chadwick’s of Buy Christmas Hamper 10lb turkey donated by M R Cook Butchers of Edenfield Three course meal for two with wine donated by Cheers Bar, Bury Four bottles of spirits donated by Molson Coors Four tickets for The EyeLevel Suite for a match of your choice One adult season ticket for the 2024/2025 season Bury FC Home and Away shirts Four tickets for Lancashire CC County Championship game Lancashire CC signed bat – 2023/2024 squad Oil, filter change and valet by BCC Hyundai £100 Antony for Hair voucher £100 worth of Bohairmia luxury hair products   To order online, click the ticket below:

      Tickets will be sold until Sunday 17th December, with the draw will take place on Monday 18th December and prize winners will be notified following the draw.
        #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #XmasDraw2023
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    15. Bury FC welcomes Redfox Countryside Services as New Sponsor

      We are excited to welcome Redfox Countryside Services as sponsor for the 2023-2024 season. Redfox will be sponsoring the sleeves of both the home and away kits.
      Redfox is a leading environmental services company with over 20 years of experience in the field. They specialise in ecological management and restoration and have a proven track record of success. Redfox is committed to protecting the environment, and they are excited to partner with Bury FC to help promote sustainability and environmental awareness.

      Director Phil Sedman, spoke to buryfc.co.uk and was delighted to agree the deal: ‘As a life long Bury fan, we are extremely proud to be part of bringing good times back to Gigg Lane and can’t wait for season to start.”
        (Pictured) Phil Sedman with Manager Andy Welsh this week. We would like to thank them for their commitment to Bury FC. We look forward to working with them in the years to come.

      Click here to visit their website.
      If you are interested in any future sponsorship opportunities please contact commercial@buryfc.co.uk
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    16. Bury FC Women vs Salford City Lionesses, Wed 23rd Aug, 7:45pm KO

      Our Women’s first team get their competitive season underway on Wednesday evening, with the visit of Salford City to Unsworth Cricket Club.
        Jason Jarrett’s side have had a positive pre-season campaign, with a good set of performances against a range of opposition.
        16 players have been retained from the previous management team last season, whilst new signings have included Mia Holden, Shellby Wolstencroft & Beth Powney.
        In Opposition – Salford City
      The team was formed in the summer of 2018 and started life in the Greater Manchester Women’s Football League, the seventh tier of the women’s pyramid, winning the treble along the way.
        The league title was secured with an unbeaten campaign, as well as the GMWFL League Cup and the Division 1 Cup. Unfortunately, the only defeat of the season came in the last game, the Final of the Manchester FA Women’s Challenge Cup, when FC United of Manchester triumphed 4-0.
        In the 2019/20 season, they gained their second promotion in two years, to the North West Women’s Regional Football League Premier Division, the division they currently play in.
        Last season, the team finished 2nd place falling just eight points behind league leaders, FC United of Manchester, losing three games all season.
        In their opening game of the season on Sunday, they fell to a 2-0 defeat at home to Darwen.
        On the Day & In the Ground
      Admission: It will be free to attend this fixture.
        SatNav Postcode: BL9 8QL
        WhatThreeWords: ///fumes.improving.slices
        Parking: A car park is available at Unsworth Cricket Club, but will fill up quickly. Street parking is available around the ground, but we ask you to be respectful and considerate to local residents.
        Food / Drink: The bar will be open at Unsworth Cricket Club from 5:30pm.
        With this in mind, we urge all supporters to make sure any rubbish is processed in the correct manner, using the available bins where necessary, or if possible please take any rubbish away with you.
        #NonLeagueDogs: Dogs are permitted at Unsworth Cricket Club.
        Match Coverage & Live Stream
      If you are unable to make it to the action at Unsworth Cricket, our team will also bring you in-depth text commentary via the club ‘MatchDay Live‘ Twitter feed, with team news and score-line updates available also on Facebook and feel like you are there with our match galleries and imagery available over on Instagram.
        Whatever the weather, wherever you are across the globe, we have you covered.
        Up the Shakers!
        #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartofIt
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    17. Bury FC: Accessing a Live Stream Broadcast

      This week’s first mid-week league fixture at Gigg Lane against Kendal Town, is the first opportunity to experience a Live Stream of the game from the comfort of your home, wherever you may be across the world!
      All home games taking place outside the Saturday afternoon ‘blocked hours’ broadcast directive will be able to be live streamed in the UK, via our Bury FC TV service and we will be able to bring these to you currently on a pay-per-view basis at buryfc.co.uk.

      Season ticket holders: Anyone with a season ticket will receive access to the Live Stream FREE as included when purchasing a ticket. Access to this service will be communicated by email up to an hour before kick-off.
      For general access to click on the ‘Live Stream’ link on the homepage or via the direct link (HERE), to access the payment page.

      Each stream will be set at a cost of £6.99 (inc VAT).

      We provide answers to the questions relating to our Bury FC TV Live Stream service:
      Q: What is meant by ‘blocked hours’ when it comes to streaming football matches?
      Q: I am a Season Ticket holder, can I get free access to available streams?
      Q: Which Saturday afternoon fixtures will be able to broadcast?
      Q: I live overseas and not affected by the blocked hours directive, can I get access to regular live Saturday afternoon games?
      Q: Will away games be live streamed?
      Q: Are there any other restrictions that supporters need to be aware of?
      What are ‘blocked hours’?
      Blocked hours are set time periods occurring on a Saturday when it is prohibited to broadcast or live stream any form of live football. For Season 2023/24, this includes every Saturday occurring during each period set out below between the hours of 14:45 and 17:15:
      Start of the season to Sat 2nd September Sat 16th Sept to Sat 7th Oct Sat 21st Oct to Sat 11th Nov Sat 25th Nov to Sat 23rd Dec Sat 13th Jan to Sat 16th Mar Sat 30th Mar to Sat 20th Apr

      Blocked hours have been in place for many years in England and are permitted by Article 48 of the UEFA Statutes and outlined by the FA for the following reasons:
      To ensure spectators are not deterred from attending your matches. In parallel to the above, protecting clubs’ revenue generated by gate receipts. To protect the interests of football within each national association.   If you have any queries on access of a Live Stream, please email media@buryfc.co.uk well ahead of kick-off so we can help in good time!
      #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartofIt
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    18. Bury Football Club confirm first summer signing

      Bury FC are delighted to confirm the first summer signing, 25-year-old forward Benito Lowe, who has signed a contract ahead of the 2023/24 season.
      Lowe joins the club with a wealth of experience in the local non-league pyramid, having played 34 games for Wythenshawe Town last season, scoring 22 goals.   Football runs in the family, with his late dad Gary managing Curzon Ashton to the FA Cup first round & Hyde United to the National League North.
      In his youth, Benito spent time at Sheffield United and was also attracting attention from fellow league clubs, Portsmouth & Fleetwood.   Before his time at Wythenshawe Town, most of his non-league career had been spent at New Mills he made 76 appearances over four seasons, before joining Curzon Ashton in 2022.   Lowe made six appearances for the Nash at the start of the 2022/23 season before joining Wythenshawe Town.
      He’s also registered appearances for Abbey Hey, Ashton United & Skelmersdale.  
      Benito Lowe pictured with his mum at Gigg Lane following his signing.
      Benito spoke of how Gigg Lane was a massive attraction to him joining the club.   “It was a no-brainer for me really, and I solidified my decision when I turned up [at Gigg Lane] with my mum, and looked out onto the pitch.   “Everyone knows, we shouldn’t be where we’re playing, and we’ve got ambitions this year to win the league and hopefully it’s a stepping stone for all of us.”   “Everything about the place, I can’t wait to get going now.”
      Manager, Andy Welsh commented on his first summer signing.   “Benito has had a fantastic year at Wythenshawe, he’s someone that came on the radar when he was at New Mills in the previous season.  
      Andy Welsh (left) shaking hands with new signing Benito Lowe (right)
      “It’s his overall game, he knows he’s coming here to learn more about his game. He could be a really good addition and someone that the fans should get excited about.”   View the full article

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    19. Bury Football Club reveal kits for new season

      We are pleased to announce the results of our member vote on the kit designs and colours for the new season as we head into the 2023/24 season.
        As we reported when the kit vote went live last month, the team at Hope + Glory had headed into the Bury footballing archives to bring the supporters three new kit designs to choose from for both home and away kits.
        On the vote selection was also the question as to whether our new home kit would be trimmed in either ‘Royal’ or ‘Navy’ blue.
        We are delighted to report that next season’s kits are displayed below. We will be in Royal blue with selection No.2 winning in both cases!
        The background to the Hope + Glory EcoKit design can be found on our piece from last month here.
        As a reminder to all supporters, we are due to keep the home kit design for two seasons, with the chosen away kit in place for only a season to allow us the ability to only change one kit at a time in future.
        Our online shop should be up and running as soon as possible to enable supporters to place their order for the new kit! So keep your eyes glued to our social media for updates on this.
          #ShakersTogether | #PartOfIt
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    20. Bury Football Club: We Are Back

      We are delighted to confirm that Bury Football Club will be back playing at Gigg Lane for the new season.
      The FA have now confirmed that the name Bury Football Club can be used in competition, and a squad is ready to start the 2023/24 season in the North West Counties Football League Premier Division.
      The club will use its full name, Bury Football Club, and the abbreviated Bury FC where appropriate. Where team names have a suffix, we will use Bury FC in the team name, for example Bury FC Reserves, Bury FC Women.
          The North West Counties Football League will simply show ‘Bury’ in all fixture lists and league table, in accordance with their convention.
      We want to thank all the people and organisations that have made this possible and who continue to support us on and off the pitch. Please join us on our adventure and become a member to help fund the club and allow you a say on how it is run. Everyone is welcome to join us on our wonderful journey.   Up the Shakers and see you in July!   #PartOfIt | #ShakersTogether
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    21. Bury Golf Club to stage event this September

      Bury Football Club are delighted to announce our Golf Day on Wednesday 13 September 2023, at Bury Golf Club.

      The event will begin at 11:00 am, for a 12:30 pm shotgun start.
      For a team of four it costs £240 to enter, the entry fee includes:
      Nearest the pin (all par 3s). Nearest the line (4th hole) Beat the pro One mulligan shot (“Shaker”) 20-foot String to utilise anywhere on the course   Food to be served on the day will include bacon rolls and coffee on arrival, followed by a two-course hot buffet after the golfing is complete.
      Evening entertainment includes prize giving, raffle, auction, quiz and stand-up bingo.
      There will be opportunities for businesses to promote on the day, with various sponsorship options available: examples include, sponsor a hole – £150, scorecard sponsorship – £50, match day brochure sponsorship – £50.

      There will be some superb prizes to be won, and this is a unique moment for all golfers and sponsors to come together and demonstrate their support for Bury Football Club.

      Single players can enter and form a team, and we hope to have a number of past and present Bury footballers taking part.

      To enter, or for any questions please email commercial@buryfc.co.uk.
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    22. CANCELLED: Stockport Town (H)

      Tonight’s home pre-season fixture against Stockport Town has been cancelled, in order to protect the pitch ahead of the competitive season.
        Online ticket sales will be refunded in due course.
        We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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    23. Captain – Tom Moore

      Tom Moore has been confirmed as the new club captain of Bury Football Club.

      Manager Dave McNabb hosted a vote amongst the players and staff, to choose the new captain with Tom selected to lead the team in this new era.

      Moore joined from Bootle only a matter of weeks ago, but has impressed as a towering presence in defence, as well as showing skills with the ball at his feet. Being able to offer either cross-field diagonals or quick balls into our forwards with precision has formed an important part of the new manager’s tactical plans.

      Charlie Doyle will be vice-captain with Oliver Jepson as third choice. Senior players, Andy Scarisbrick and Chris Rowney will make up the leadership group of five.
        The manager gave buryfc.co.uk his thoughts on the decision:
        We also offer our congratulations to Tom and all of the leadership group. We will have reaction from the new club captain this evening after the game.
        Get on down to Gigg Lane tonight to Tom lead the side out for the first time, grab your ticket HERE.
        #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartofIt
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    24. Carl Dickinson leaves Bury

      Bury FC can confirm the departure of defender Carl Dickinson with immediate effect.
        The 36-year-old has decided to leave the club due to travelling a long distance to training & matches.
        We want to place on record our thanks to Carl for his short spell at the club, a great experienced figure to have around the team and we wish him all the best for the future.
        Lead Image Credit: Jake Horrocks
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    25. Clamp down on Anti-Social Behaviour

      Despite another great result on the road this weekend, it was not without problems. Particularly those of anti-social behaviour which the club take very seriously and which all of us need to tackle to make the environment on matchdays welcoming for all.

      Any observations of disorder of any kind are reported to the league and to the County FA. Such reports will inevitably bring charges against the club for which there is a risk of large financial penalties. Continued indiscretions also risk the club being penalised, the most severe being the playing of games behind closed doors. This would be catastrophic for the club.

      Whilst many fans see this as just a game of football and a release from the day-to-day stresses of life, the football authorities and the club will not tolerate such behaviour.

      We have put in place a disciplinary procedure and clear sanctions for any unacceptable behaviour. These are displayed at the turnstiles, alongside the ground regulations. The club will not fail to take action against individuals where necessary.

      All fans should remember that this is our club and we are judged on the behaviour of even the smallest minority of supporters.

      Should we wish to continue to grow and at some stage return professional football to the town, we can only do so by removing such behaviour from our matches. Please therefore do not turn a blind eye and bring any reports of disorder to the club’s attention.

      The best way to do this is by reporting any incidents on the day, at the game, to the stewards in attendance around the ground who can deal with any issues in line with ground regulations.

      If this is not possible, supporters are requested to contact the club direct via email by clicking below and enclosing any supporting information to assist the club in dealing with the matter.
      Email about an incident
      There are other avenues for supporters to contact managing authorities directly to report on behaviours we all want rid of within the game. Click on the below logos to contact either the Manchester FA, Kick-It Out, True Vision and HerGameToo.

        You can also download the Kick-It Out app that enables on-the-spot reporting of incidents (links below):

      Android Link / iOS Link

      Help our club be one of the best around, by enforcing a zero-tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour of any kind. We welcome all supporters coming together to make Bury games, whilst atmospheric and fun, also welcoming and respectful to all who attend.

      Thank you!
        #ShakersTogether | #BuryFC | #PartOfIt
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