It was announced yesterday afternoon that two non league clubs are to merge with each other from the beginning of next season.
Southern League Division One Central side Aylesbury FC and Bedgrove Dynamos from the Aylesbury & District League are those clubs that will be affected.
— Aylesbury FC (@AylesburyFC) February 7, 2019
(Featured photo for the article by groundhopper Laurence Reade on Instagram)
Aylesbury FC have made the following announcement: Following on from recent discussions between Aylesbury FC and Bedgrove Dynamos, we are delighted to make the following announcement.
From the beginning of the 2019/20 season the two clubs will merge and become the Aylesbury Vale Dynamos. This will offer a progression for the youth of Aylesbury to achieve their footballing ambitions. Bedgrove currently offer junior football from the under 3’s age group though to Aylesbury and District Senior Mens football. Aylesbury FC have an Under 18s side playing in the Allied Counties Floodlit league and a senior team which next season will compete in the Spartan Premier Division. The merger offers the twenty six junior sides the opportunity to represent one club at every level up to semi professional standard.
Every one involved in both clubs is delighted, Mike Borrett who will chair the new committee commented that “This is a perfect fit for both clubs”.
Aylesbury FC recently revealed they are to be relegated as they’re unable to make changing rooms bigger to meet FA regulations. It seems they won’t be making any chances and that is why they’ve stated that they’ll be in the Spartan Premier Division next season.
Football fans and a few clubs took to Twitter and Facebook after finding out of the news that both Aylesbury FC and Bedgrove Dynamos are to merge and change their name – find out how they took it on the next page.
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