Welcome to the website of

Borehamwood 2000 FC

 

 
 

Borehamwood 2000 FC is an England Football Accredited, friendly and competitive youth football club for both girls and boys.

 

 

Looking ahead to the new 2024/25 season, we will be running five teams: U10 Girls, U14 Girls, U15 Girls, U15 Boys & U16 Boys. The boys teams will compete in the Watford Friendly League and West Herts Youth League, while the girls will play in the Herts Girls' Football Partnership League.

 

Results from last season can be found below:

 

U9 Girls:

Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League (thefa.com)

 

U13 Girls:

Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League (thefa.com)

 

U13 Boys:

Watford Friendly League (thefa.com)

 

U14 Boys:

Watford Friendly League (thefa.com)

 

U15 Boys:

Watford Friendly League (thefa.com)

 

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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 using our New Player Enquiry form?

 

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 a local astro turf.

 

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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With inflation through the roof elsewhere, the player registration fee for the new 24/25 season using our one-payment plan will be just £150; once again amongst the lowest of any juniors' football club.

 

  When they join, all new players receive full playing kit and personalised club rainjacket or 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 a local astro. 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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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!