Weather Permitting – 23rd February 2019
Please park as instructed by our Parking attendant, do NOT park on the road!!
See Emergency Access (Below) for car park diagram.
Boothstown is a former coal-mining and cotton village, about 10 miles west of the centre of Manchester. The village is located between Worsley and Tyldesley and is bounded by the Bridgewater Canal and open land to the south and the East Lancashire Road (A580) to the north. As a village Boothstown has expanded rapidly in the last 30 years, but has retained its identity as it has been absorbed into the surrounding suburban area.
Boothstown Football Club is an FA Charter Standard Community Club catering for the growing population of children, young people and adults from Boothstown and the surrounding area who want to get involved with grassroots football. The Club has around 400 registered players, aged from under-7 to adults and we can also boast an Academy for children under 6 years of age places in which are very highly sought after.
Remember – respect the players, respect the referee and respect the game. click on RESPECT