Ever considered getting into juniors, grassroots football management and coaching? Do you have a good tempermant and want to make a difference?


We're looking to setup a new U8 or U9 Girls' team this coming season, and, if you're interested, we may be able to help?



Coaching is rewarding, both in regard to seeing youngsters flourish and enjoying a team sport under your stewardship, and in generally helping your local community.


Borehamwood 2000 FC is an excellent club, very friendly with low registration fees and a wonderful home ground.


We have a long history in developing coaching talent so if this resonates, contact us and let's have a chat?


 

 

Registration for the 21/22 season is well and truly open! 

 

At present, we are fielding five teams: U11 Boys, U11 Girls, U12 Boys, U13 Boys & U18 Girls.

We are always on the look out for keen and friendly players to train and play with us. Interested? Use our New Player Enquiry form and let's get the ball rolling!

 

U13 Boys & U18 Girls are on the hunt for new players in all positions, while both U11 & U12 Boys are on the lookout for a dedicated goalkeeper and the Club are also very keen to develop a younger girls' side - at U8, U9 or U10 - so if that tickles your fancy, get in touch?

 

Registration fees for the 21/22 season using our one-payment plan are as listed below and are once again amongst the very lowest of any juniors' football club:

 

U11 - £110 for the season.

U12 - £120 for the season.

U13 - £130 for the season.
U18 - £170 for the season.

 

  When they join, all new players receive full playing kit and personalised club rainjacket and training top.

 

We predominantly train at our Pursley home ground and there is never any charge associated with this. When the clocks go back and the light goes, we move training to the astro at Borehamwood FC or similar. A separate charge is made for this, split between the group and advised by the individual team manager at the time. As a rough guide, this costs in the region of £50 per player, with payments spread out over the winter months. When the light returns, we recommence training at Pursley, without charge as before.
 
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Welcome to the website of

Borehamwood 2000 FC

 

 

Borehamwood 2000 FC is an FA Charter Standard, friendly and competitive youth football club for both girls and boys.

We are also an Arsenal Women Sister Club!

For the 2021/22 season, we are running five teams: Boys U11, U12 & U13, and Girls U11 & U18. The boys teams compete in the Watford Friendly League, while the girls play in the Herts Girls Football Partnership League.

 

Find our U18 Girls fixtures here:

Fixtures | Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League (thefa.com)

 

Find our U12 Boys table here:

https://football.mitoo.co.uk/LeagueTab.cfm?TblName=Matches&DivisionID=419&LeagueCode=WFL2020

 

Find our U11 Boys Fixtures here:
football.mitoo

 

Find our U10 Girls Fixtures here:

Fixtures | Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League (thefa.com)

 

Find our U10 Boys fixtures here:

football.mitoo

 

We are keen to start up a younger girls' side at U8, U9 or U10, so if this is of interest, we may be able to help; get off the couch and get in touch?! Furthermore, we are always welcoming and try to accomodate new players whenever we can. If you are looking for a new challenge and like having fun, get in contact with us?!

 

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Formerly the junior section of the National League's Borehamwood FC, we re-formed as our own club in the year 2000 and have been going strong ever since!

 

Our ground is based at Pursley Playing Fields, London Road, Shenley, Herts WD7 9EW. We play all our home matches here and train here also, apart from in the winter months, when we move over to the astro turf at our old parent club, Borehamwood FC.

 

Our registration and training fees are very competitive and, as we have only a small number of teams, we are able to ensure that every penny is directed to our most valuable assets - our fantastic kids!

 

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Watch below, as our girls complete a guard of honour for their heroines at Arsenal Women, during Arsenal's first UEFA Champions League match in five years!