The club are looking to start a Boot Swap Scheme. However we need donations of boots to help kick-start the scheme.
We require all boot sizes & just ask for them to be in an acceptable, clean condition to be re-used.
Once the scheme is up & running, Boots will then be able to be swapped for a nominal fee of £5.
If you have any boots available, they can be dropped off at Betty’s Tuck Shop at Carr Lane every Sunday Morning (Fixture / Weather Permitting).
If you cannot get down to Carr Lane on a Sunday then please contact the Club Secretary on email@example.com or 07894 858114 to organise alternative arrangements.
The club would like to wish all our players, coaches, supporters and sponsors all the very best for 2019!
If you have old kit and trainers that you do not need any more please give them a second lease of life by donating them to Malawi.
Every year Tarleton Corinthians FC collect unwanted kit and footwear to send to Malawi. There is a container leaving at the start of December so if you have any items please either pass to a TCFC coach or give to Betty in the tuck shop on match days.
Tarleton Corinthians Football Club are looking for a coach to run our U6’s Development Squad who will start playing fixtures in the Mid Lancashire Colts Junior Football League in September 2019.
FA Level 1 Coaching Badge would be preferred but not essential. Club will be happy to pay for applicant to complete level 1 Coaching Badge if needed, as well as funding Criminal Record Checks etc.
All Training equipment can be provided.
If you are interested in joining our superb club as a coach please email The Club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 07894 858114.
Jason Smith and his U18’s team welcome Seahorses Junior to Carr Lane on Saturday Morning.
The Saturday U18’s team have had a tough start to the season with 1 point out of their first 3 games and are back in action after a week off. They will be looking at bouncing back with a positive result after their most recent loss against Marina Sands (4-0).
Lets hope the team bonding session Friday Night can inspire the lads to their 1st win of the season.
Good Luck Lads!!
If you fancy a bit of early Saturday morning action come down to Carr Lane for the 9.30am Kick Off.
Steve Gautrey’s U18’s team travel to Preston College this Sunday to face AC Preston.
The U18’s find themselves sitting 3rd in the Youth Blue Division table, just 2 points off the top after 4 games. After their recent loss, they bounced back last Sunday with a 5-0 win against Ribble Wanderers, with no less than 5 different players on the scoresheet.
They will head into the game as favourites with AC Preston currently sitting bottom and have a very poor defensive record of 36 goals conceded in just two games.
3 points for the U18’s and favourable results in the divisions other fixtures could see them sitting top of the table!!
All the best of luck to Steve and his U18’s squad….
The Whites are back in action after a week off and travel to Frenchwood Park to take on Ribbleton Wanderers. In their last outing they come away with a 2-1 win against Ribble. This was the Whites 4th consecutive win and they currently find themselves flying high, sitting 2nd place in Division 3.
Ribbleton sit 2 places and 2 points behind the Whites so this game points to a possible tight affair. Lets hope that top scorer Jake Farnworth can add to his 6 league goals and fire the Whites to another 3 points.
3 points for Paul Batey’s team could see the Whites sitting top of the table Sunday evening and unbeaten in 8 League Games. A fantastic achievement as this is the squads first season in Open Age football.
Good Luck Lads!!!
Tarleton Sunday Team entertain Preston based Midgery Court this Sunday. Evan Hall and his team will be hoping to build on the very impressive 7-1 win against BAE Warton last Sunday.
Midgery Court find themselves bottom of the Lancs Sunday League 3rd Division with 6 losses in their opening 6 games. Worryingly for Midgery is their 42 goals conceded in these 6 games, something that the reds forwards will be hoping to take advantage of, especially Kurt Bromley who has 5 goals in 4 league games (6 out of 6 in all comps) & Isaac Neill (4 in 5 League / 5 in 6 all comps), who both registered Hat-Tricks in the last fixture.
If the reds can record their second straight win, it would not only be the first time they will have done it this season but will actually be the first time since the 2014/15 season.
Good Luck to Evan and his team!!
Kick Off at Carr Lane is 11am. Betty’s Tuck shop will be open serving tea, coffee, toast and much more…