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Buntingford Cougars is a youth football club in Hertfordshire where children of all abilities can have fun.

It’s a safe environment where everyone is valued, respected and encouraged. We’re proud of our FA Charter Standard Club Award. And we’re committed to the FA’s Respect Initiative. Since 1971, we’ve worked with local businesses, schools and parents to build a club we can be proud of. See the Club Rules & Club Handbook. All our volunteers, managers, coaches and referees are CRB checked. We’re a trusted part of the local community. So whether you want to volunteer or are looking for a team that’s right for your child, you’ll find Cougars has a lot to offer.

In 2011, Cougars celebrated their 40 Year Anniversary, and in 2012 a Cougars team won the Hertfordshire County Cup Final, a first for the Club. And the following year, they did it again and won the 2013 County Cup Final. Well done from everyone at the Club.

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Buntingford Cougars Easter 2019 Football Fun is now open for bookings

Buntingford Cougars Easter 2019 Football Fun is now open for bookings   To book a member place: Member Booking Link To book a non-member place Non-Member Booking Link We cover a wide range of topics: passing, shooting, dribbling with lots of different games. Once...

Buntingford Cougars 2019 5-a-Side Tournament

The 2019 Buntingford Cougars SEEDED Youth 5-a-Side Tournament is now open for entries. In every age group our tournament will be seeded so groups will contain similar ability teams and will have two or three knockout competitions (depending on number of entries) for...


Cougars U7s Blues vs Stevenage Borough Cobras, Saturday 13th April at the Bury

Deane, Walker, Whay, Loxton, Reeve, Tidy, Williamson

Final regular game of the season for the Blues and a strong performance to finish off.

With Deane nursing a hand injury (holiday club scissors injury) keeper duties were shared by Walker, Loxton and Reeve - some fine saves in there from all of them; Walker in particular has seen his goalkeeping come on loads this season.

Tidy was excellent at the back as ever, Reeve was combative and got an assist, Whay had a superb all round game and Williamson led the line really well against a top Stevenage side. Deane, whilst in pain, put in a great defensive and midfield performance, Loxton battled terrifically and Walker barely put a foot wrong.

The goals were shared around. Tidy scoring direct from a corner, Loxton finishing with his thigh from two yards, Whay tapping in after a goalmouth scramble and Deane rounding it off, taking a pass from Reeve on the left, driving forward and finishing with his right.

A great way to round out the regular season. Well played both teams.
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Cougars U10s Whites vs Frontiers Youth, Saturday 13th April, Norfolk Road

Deane, Brown, Moggridge, Deeks, Tanner, Dawson, Roskilly

Beautiful morning for a game. Sun shining, light breeze. A touch chilly for those who were fooled by the sunshine and turned up in shorts!

The Whites were on it from the start. Deane and Moggridge with shots before the Whites got a fortunate goal. Deane with a crisp strike that hit the post, rebounded flush off a defenders face and in.

Tanner and Deeks were assured at the back. Tanner deployed the shoulder drop frequently to drive into midfield and bring the wide players into the game. Deane and Roskilly were running the channels and working hard with Brown in the centre to feed Moggridge up front.

Dawson was assured in goal. Several great touches and a brilliant one on one save which even led to a goal. The ricochet falling to Roskilly who drove forward and got it to Moggridge who turned sharply and finished. Moggridge got a second minutes later from 4 yards tucking it under the keeper.

The next was a cracker. After Moggridge couldn't find a way past the keeper he found Roskilly who looked up and found the top right corner from fully 25 yards.

Just before the half time whistle a Moggridge header from a corner crashed off the cross bar with Tanner having his follow up shot cleared off the line.

Into the second half, corner from Roskilly floated in.... And leaping like a salmon was Deeks! Powering a header past the keeper for a fine goal.

Dawson, having swapped with Deane for keeping duties, almost got on the score sheet, powering forward past 2 but drawing a fine save. And another turn and strike saved again. Brown was next to go close, breaking from halfway but poking his shot just wide of the left post.

Deane in goal was riding his luck.... Utilising his post to the max and in one goalmouth scramble making several saves with his feet before it fell into his hands. World's luckiest keeper (TM). He had a fine save later on tipping a fierce strike into the crossbar.

Towards the end of the game; would you believe it - Deeks powering another header home from a corner. This time at the far post from a Tanner delivery.

Still time for a well deserved Dawson strike. Stepping inside and finishing low in the bottom left corner before being mobbed by his teammates.

A cracking performance from the Whites. Well played both teams.
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Don't forget to grab your tickets to this year's Buntingford Fireworks Display sponsored by @BuntingfordTC and organised by @BuntTownFC

What are the latest opportunities on our #MostWanted page?

🔹 @BuntCougars U13's are looking for players
🔹 Potters Bar Crusaders U13 Girls have a coaching vacancy


@BuntCougars looking forward to playing buntingford u14,s in a friendly on on 6th sept,always good match’s between us ,got a lot of time for their manager#whitewebbseagles

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