Boys reach ISFA Cup Final as girls retain ISFA 7-a-side crown

February 15, 2024

Boys 1stXI remain unbeaten in quest for third ISFA crown

Our Boys’ 1stXI reached the Boodles ISFA Cup Final and stretched their unbeaten run this season to 20 matches in the process as they beat Millfield 2-0 at home with a professional semi-final display. A brace from Ben (D), the first from the penalty spot, helped the team book their final berth and they will come up against Cheshire based Cheadle Hulme at Milton Keynes Stadium on Monday 26 February. It will be the sixth time Bradfield have contested the final and the boys will be looking to secure the College’s third Boodle ISFA Cup having won the trophy in 2018 and 2022.

The team also remain in the hunt for the HUDL League title. Having won four and drawn one of their five league matches Bradfield currently sit second in the league but destiny is in their own hands and they can claim their second ever HUDL League title if they win their remaining fixtures.

The 1stXI are still competing on three fronts. They entered the last eight of the ESFA Elite Schools Cup following a convincing 7-1 win at home to Esher College. They will find out their quarter final opponents after half term.



Girls’ 1stXI retain ISFA 7-a-side crown at home

The girls’ 1stXI came through a strong field of ten teams to win a high-quality 7-a-side competition to retain their title earlier this month. Hosting the tournament for the second year running the girls really found their feet in the latter knockout stages and were particularly impressive in both the semi-final and final where they worked hard as a team to keep clean sheets. Lower Sixth footballer Jess (K) scored the winning goals in both matches and the victory demonstrates the strong progress the College is making with its girls’ football programme.

The team have enjoyed their ISFA fixtures this year having reached the third round of the ISFA Cup thanks to a stunning 8-0 victory in Round Two. They will look to test themselves again at the upcoming Charterhouse 7-a-side tournament in March.


OBFC reach Cup quarter final

The Old Bradfieldian Football Club continues to enjoy a successful season having reached the quarter finals of the Arthur Dunn Cup. The OBs earned their place in the last eight thanks to an extra-time win over Old Foresters but narrowly lost out on a place in the semi-finals following a tight 2-3 defeat to Old Alleynians.

They now turn their attentions back to the Arthurian League with the team currently occupying third spot having won eight and drawn one of their 14 matches.


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