U14 / 15 Girls football – open training session

5th June 2019

On Wednesday 12th June Boston United Girls football academy are holding an OPEN TRAINING session for female football players who will be in the Under 14 and 15 age groups next season (2019/20).

The team, who won the league title this season, are looking for additional players to join for 2019/20. So if you’re a talented player looking for a team, weekly training and competitive fixtures, come along!


DATES: Wednesday 12th June.

TIME: 6pm to 7.30pm.

– Please wear appropriate sports clothing or Football Kit
– Please bring Football Boots for grass) and Shinguards
– Please bring appropriate clothing for the weather
– Please ensure each participant brings a non-fizzy drink, preferably water.


Volunteer coaches needed!

22nd May 2019

Boston United Community Football Club are looking for volunteer football coaches for their brand new Under 8, Under 9 and Under 10 grassroots teams, and their existing Under 13 team.

Ideally we are looking for volunteers who have a minimum FA Level 1 coaching qualification, however if you haven’t got this the club will help you obtain your Level 1, safeguarding and first aid.

This is a great opportunity for coaches who are looking for further experience, to gain a coaching qualification and support and CPD (you will be required to complete a DBS).

If you’re interested, please email

Boston United v Burnley

Burnley Shadow Youth Team win Danny Seager Memorial Trophy

10th May 2019

On Sunday 28th April, Boston United invited the Burnley FC Shadow Youth Team to play against their academy Under 19 youth squad in the Danny Seager Memorial Trophy at The Jakemans Stadium.

The memorial trophy was in honour of former club hero, Danny Seager, who sadly passed away – and local supporters of the club were invited to attend and show their support.

The game itself was very close and competitive. Boston took the lead in the first half, and pushed for a second, however, Burnley made numerous interceptions and challenges. The Burnley Shadow Youth Team started the second half with more energy and purpose, and with 13 minutes remaining the opposing team were given a free-kick that was hit into the top corner to level the score.

The game finished 1-1 and went straight to penalties, with the shootout finishing 3-1 to the Burnley Shadow Youth Team. The trophy was presented by family members of Danny Seager to Shadow Youth Team captain Harry Groves.

After the Danny Seager Memorial Trophy game, there was a Community Cup match between Boston United FC Community Foundation and Burnley FC in the Community, which ended 0-8 to Burnley.

We would like to thank both Burnley squads for coming along, and well done to both teams.

If you are interested in attending the Boston United’s Academy trials for the 2019/20 season then please email your football CV to

BOYS ACADEMY TRIALS: We are holding trials for our academy Under 13 to 16 boys teams in June – sign up here:

GIRLS ACADEMY / LADIES TEAM TRIALS: We are holding trials for our academy Under 10 to 16 girls teams in June – sign up here:

Celebrating our Sports Charity!

10th April 2019

Boston United Community Foundation held its very first Celebration Day at our last home game against Curzon Ashton on Saturday 30th March, thanks to funding from the Boston Big Local. This event gave a fantastic opportunity for us all to celebrate our sports charity, as well as welcome the local community at the club.

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Who We Are & Contact Us

Boston United Community Foundation is one of the top community sports coaching programmes in Lincolnshire, delivering safe and affordable activities that bring all members of the community together regardless of their circumstances.

The Jakemans Stadium
York Street, Boston PE21 6JN

01205 364406

Boston United Community Foundation is a Registered Charity No. 1174561.

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