WELCOME TO THE BRISTOLMORE ABOUT THE BCLCASUALS LEAGUE
PROUDLY CORINTHIANCentral to the League is a commitment to corinthian, sporting behaviour both on and off the field
GIVING BACK TOTHE LOCAL COMMUNITYAlmost all money raised from the Bristol Casuals League goes to local charities.
GET YER BOOTS OUT FOR THE BOYS...New players and new teams always welcome - dig out those boots and join us!
Welsh Touring Vets desperately seeking game
...anyone fancy taking them on on Sat 19th Jan?READ MORE
2017/18 Fixtures out
Get booking up games!READ MORE
28th June 2017READ MORE
The League 2017/18
Cabot Division 1 (top 6)
Brunel Division 2 (top 6)
Wesley Division 3 (top 6)
Davidson Division 4 (top 6)
Crockford Division 5 (top 6)
Mathern's Foreign Adventure
After an excellent sales pitch by John ‘Nobby’ Nowland, Mathern Casuals recently decided to follow his recommendation and takethe club over to Belgium to take part in a football Happening. This is an annual festival of football covering all age groups run by a Belgian football fanatic called Willy Hauben, based at Millen, close to the borders of Holland and Germany.READ MORE
Giving To Charity
The Bristol Casuals League committee and clubs have long since realised that we could actually do some good while we were out there reliving past glories on a freezing January Sunday morning.
In recent seasons the League has raised thousands of pounds for local charities, each nominated by the divisoion and cup-winning clubs
New players - looking For a team to join?
If you're over 35 and fancy joining a team there's usually clubs looking for new recruits.ADVERTISE ME!
Clubs - Need more players?
New players are regularly signing up her looking for a game/ a team - click the link and contact them now!View PLAYERS
Interested in putting a team in the BCL?
Find out more about applying to join the BCL. There is usually a small waiting list so apply now!Find Out more
The Light Side
The reported little moments that make the BCL unique in terms of being a sporting, corinthian community...
Cowboys Honesty Applauded
Jan 22nd 2017: PAS Masters were quick to applaud Easton Cowboys honesty today. A PaS effort crossed the line but the referee failed to see the goal. A Cowboys defender informed the ref it was a goal, leaving Easton 2-1 down. Proper Corinthian spirit.
The Dark Side
Whilst poor behaviour is rare, the League remains committed to eradicating any instances and operates a "three strikes" policy, with clubs being given a warning 'strike' in the case of sufficiently poor behaviour.
Clubs who reach three strikes risk not being invited back into the league the following season.