With a history spanning over 120 years, Bourton and Frankton Football and Cricket Club are based in the village of Bourton-on-Dunsmore near Rugby (the adjoining village of Frankton is 1/2 mile away).

Bourton/Frankton footballers from 1922-23

We are one of the few remaining village clubs in existence in the local area and continue to build on its presence in the local surrounding community and continued development on and off-the-field.

We are an FA Charter Status club who currently run one football team playing in the Coventry Alliance Football League on Saturday afternoons. We train weekly on a Tuesday evening under our own floodlights with our ground continued to be recognised as one of the best playing surfaces in the region, with changing facilities and showers also available for all players.

We have an excellent track record over the years of developing and bringing through young players, and they are particularly keen to hear from and welcome potential players aged 16 years + who are looking to make the transition from junior/youth or Sunday football into Saturday adult/senior level.

Our cricket club has a history dating back to at least the late 1800s. We are one of the few village clubs which still only play Sunday friendly fixtures (i.e. no league cricket) against other local village clubs and teams, some of whom we have had the pleasure of playing against for over 60 years.

Our cricket results and fixtures can be found on our ECB Play-Cricket site (click HERE).

Both sections of our club have an excellent social scene off-the-field with a variety of social and fundraising events held during the course of the year.

If you are interested in joining us for either our football or cricket club (perhaps both!), we would love to hear from you and would certainly make you feel welcome.

So please do not hesitate to give us a call, send us an email or send us a message online via our Contacts Page (click HERE)