BSTFC to face ‘All Stars Pro XI’ in end of season charity match

BSTFC charity football match.

Players from Bradley Stoke Town FC (BSTFC) will face a team of celebrities and ex-professionals in a charity match at the Jubilee Centre next Saturday (18th May).

Hosted by BSTFC and Ben Walker, the main event gets under way at 2.30pm and monies raised will benefit the local scout group.

There will be an ice cream van and a fast food van on site to cater for the spectators with ball boys/girls and collectors on hand from the scouts.

The bar will also be open throughout and after the match and there will be a raffle where the prizes include Bristol Rovers tickets and the signed match ball.

Players confirmed so far for The All Stars Pro XI are:

  • John Rendell, ex Cardiff City
  • Paul Burling, performer (Britain’s Got Talent)
  • Ben Walker, councillor; ex Southmead Athletic
  • Philip Mills, Stoke Lane FC and Greyfriars FC
  • Joe Love, Manor Farm FC
  • Joe White, Bristol Rovers apprentice
  • Steve White, ex Bristol Rovers, Hereford, Luton, Swindon and Cardiff
  • Ben Walker, ex Bristol Rovers, Yate, Brislington and Winterbourne

The main game will be preceded by a Bradley Stoke Youth FC U7s match (1pm start).

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  1. Who is Philip Mills? Never heard of him? I thought it was ex pros and celebrities? Or he either had a really dire career!

  2. Fair play Philip Mills and Joe Love are not pros! But they are amazing at football! Bradley stoke are going to get a thumping! What’s Ben walker like at football?

  3. I am a pro and we will give give bradley stoke a good tanking which they need!!! Phil mills will be my water boy warrior.

  4. It should be a good game, Bradley Stoke have players from all 4 of their teams playing so it’ll be competitive. The celebs won 3-2 last year so the Bradley Stoke boys will be keen to get the Mayors Trophy Back!

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