With the Macarthur Football Association’s M-SAP program expanding to U11’s,  the Bradbury Bears are looking forward to fielding teams from U8 to U11 for this Macarthur competition.

The club has opened registrations for 2024 with a renewed sense of determination.

“The Bears are gearing up for you to hear the roar on the field, bringing together players, team officials, and the community for an unforgettable season of passion and sportsmanship,” according to club secretary Carl Baker.

Established in 1980, the Bradbury Ambarvale Football Club has a rich local history and was awarded 2022 Club of the year by the Macarthur Football Association.

With close to 200 female players, it is among the top clubs in Campbelltown for female players.

“We look to continue the growth of our female numbers after the success of our female only gala day,” Mr Baker says.

“Our female competition teams will once again have their full kit provided by JH Quality Kitchens fee of charge.”

The Bradbury Bears remain committed to playing their part in the local community with offers of registration fee assistance for parents who may experience financial hardship.

The good news for others: the club has declared no rise in fees for players in 2024.

For local businesses interested in supporting the club, Mr Baker can be contacted for sponsorship packages at secretary@bradburybears.org.au.

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