Quiz Night - 22 November @ Bodmin Town FC. Teams max 4. Lots of fantastic prizes. How much useless information do you know! Trina leaves after 5 years as Secretary: thank you for all your hard work. Bag pack raises almost £700 - A big thank you to Frankie, Morrisons and their shoppers and the children who stood by the tills. Don't forget.... Bodmin Youth car-boot. Sunday mornings. Priory Car-Park 7.30-11am
At Bodmin Youth we believe football can bring out the best in our young players.
First of all it should be something they just love doing, something they get a buzz from, something that they feel a part of and something that they benefit from.
As they get older and understand that the game is more competitive, they will learn determination and teamwork and that what you put in you get out, and that you can win, and that you can lose, and that you win with pride but also humility, and that you lose with disappointment but also grace.
Whatever level, we try to teach them to win and lose as a team and to play with a purpose but also fairness.
We hope they will take from it an ability to focus, comradery, friendship, fond memories, the idea that they are part of a wider community, maybe the odd medal or two, and a feeling that running around chasing a ball is good for your mind and body.
We believe that football, played in the correct spirit, has the ability to instil important life-long lessons.
Our aim, through playing and coaching, is to make them better people by being better players.