Brantham Athletic ‘A’ play their home fixtures at King George Playing Field, Raydon which is to the west of the A12 on the B1070.

King George Playing Field
The Street
Suffolk, IP7 5LT

Travelling from Colchester towards Ipswich on A12 turn OFF at Junction 31. Turn RIGHT for Holton St Mary, Raydon and Hadleigh with Raydon being about 2 miles from Junction 31. The playing field is on the right approx 400 yards after the Raydon village sign.

Club Information

Brantham Athletic FC
Founded -1887
Ground - New Village Brantham
Capacity - 1,200 (200 Seated)
League - Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division ( Eastern Counties League)
Chairman - Peter Crowhurst
Vice Chairman - Philip Lawler  (Philip Lawler is also with the Suffolk County FA)
Chief Exec.Officer - Darren Smith
Director of Football - Tony Hall
Executive - To be confirmed
Senior  Secretary - Dan Allen
Press officer/Website Administrator - Barry Felgate

First team Manager - Paul Skingley
First team Asst.Manager- Paul Abrahams
First team coach -Nathan Burrell
Goalkeeping Coach - "safe"
Club Physio - to be confirmed
Coach -

First/Reserve teams-"A" team/Under 18's Youth/Sunday team Secretary (Badgers)- Dan Allen
Brantham Ladies secretary - Darren Smith
Press officer/Website Administration - Barry Felgate
Hospitality - Maxine Young
Reserve team manager: Andy
Team Brantham- manager Joel Andrews.
Sunday Badgers  managers- Guy Clubb- Sunday Badgers Reserves - manager  Nathan Burrell
Under 18's youth team manager- to be confirmed



Ladies Team (sunday's) -Luke Barnes

BAFC Trivia
Brantham Athletic Football Club had a record attendance of 1,700 in the season of 1982/83 in an FA Vase 5th round clash against Valley Sports Rugby. Brantham lost  1-2 in the game after taking the lead and VS Rugby went on to lift the cup.