Barwell

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Proud Ginnelly does the honours
Barwell Proud Ginnelly does the honours By David Watters

Barwell boss Jimmy Ginnelly has collected his side's first honours as one of the Northern Premier League's performance kings!

Big freeze wasn't all bad news ...
Barwell Big freeze wasn't all bad news ... By David Watters

Barwell manager Jimmy Ginnelly put the weekend's winter wipeout of the EVO-STIK League's programme to good use.

Bates steps into new coaching role
Barwell Bates steps into new coaching role By David Watters

Veteran midielder Tom Bates has joined Jimmy Ginnelly's touchline team at EVO-STIK League Barwell as a player-coach.

Loan will bring striker up to speed
Barwell Loan will bring striker up to speed By David Watters

EVO-STIK League Barwell have sent striker Luke Barlone out on loan to Midland League Coleshill Town to help him complete his recovery from the long-term knee injury he sustained in the summer.

Delaney stepping down to recover
Barwell Delaney stepping down to recover By David Watters

Injuries woes have forced former Rushall Olympic and Halesowen Town striker Ethan Delaney to end his career at EVO-STIK League Barwell.

Address

Address:
Kirkby Road Sports Ground Kirkby Road Barwell LE9 8FQ
Directions:
Seated:
250
Standing:
2500
Telephone:
07961 905141
Website:

Contacts

Chairman:
David Laing
Secretary:
Match secretary:
As secretary
Programme editor:
Manager:
Jimmy Ginnelly

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History

Barwell FC were formed in 1992 when Barwell Athletic from the Leicestershire Senior League joined with Hinckley FC and t played their first season in the Midland Combination League. They became one of the founder members of the Midland Alliance League on its formation in 1994-95.

During their time in the Midland Alliance, Barwell reached the last 16 of the FA Vase, won the Leicestershire Senior Cup in 1996-97, the Presidents trophy in 1997 and reached the Westerby Cup on three occasions losing all three to Leicester City, Hinckley United and Oadby Town respectively and then finally winning the Westerby Cup when they beat Quorn. They also won the League Cup in 2005-06.

In 2009-10 season, Barwell won the Midland Alliance and promotion to the Northern Premier League, winning 36 and drawing six of the 42 league games with no losses during this season. They also reached the FA Vase semi-final, losing out to winners Whitley Bay.

The following season saw Barwell win the Northern Premier League South and promotion to the Southern League. They spent two seasons in the Southern League before being transferred back to the Northern Premier League where they have now been for four seasons.

They have also had two more Westerby Cup finals, beating Coalville town in 2014-15 and losing to Nirvana in 2016-17. That latter campaign also saw Barwell reach the first round proper of the FA Cup when they were beaten by Welling United 2-0. They finished the season in 14th position of the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League’s Premier Division.

Upcoming Fixtures

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Tue 24 Apr
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Thu 26 Apr
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Sat 28 Apr

Latest Results

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Sat 21 Apr
3 – 4 L
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Tue 17 Apr
1 – 0 W
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Sat 14 Apr
4 – 0 L

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