"Triumph & Disaster"
The British are coming...
Bulldogz are proud to be associated with F.C Británicos, a British community football club in Zaragoza
Date H/A Comp Res Opp Scorers
20/10/19 H Div3 W 6-1 Estrella Aragon Morris 5, Shaw
2710/19 A Div3 L 3-2 Gorilas de Algadon Morris, De Vicente
10/11/19 H Div3 L 1-3 Real Zalarraza Morris
17/11/19 A Div3 L 6-2 Real Solafamides De Vicente, Morris
24/11/19 H Div3 L 0-2 Sherman F.C
01/12/19 A Div3 L 0-2 Old School
15/12/19 H Div3 D 3-3 M-Auto Peribañez 3
12/01/20 A Div3 W 2-1 AC Frio Morris, Borque
19/01/20 A Div3 L 3-2 Olympique Ceasar Augusta Morris, Pernas
26/01/20 H Div3 D 1-1 Ascuas Zone Pernas
09/02/20 H Div3 L 1-5 Old School De Vicinte
16/02/20 A Div3 D 3-3 M-Auto De Vicente 2, Shaw
23/02/20 H Div3 D 4-4 AC Frio Morris 3, Martin (P)
01/03/20 H Div3 W 5-0 Gorilas de Algadon Morris 2, Martin, Peribañez, Gilman
08/03/20 A Div3 D 3-3 Arsenal Delicias Martin, Borque, Peribañez
F.C Británicos were formed by the English members of a previous 7 aside football team, to pursue British football ethos and style. Passionate about football and with a mission statement to demonstrate British push and run style, team commitment and quick movement can compete with Spanish technical flair.
Non Brits are more than welcome, in fact if you want to use your English in a practical and fast moving environment what better place than out on the pitch, with an opponent breathing down your neck and three English men yelling instructions? Can you understand the difference between "Play it long", "one two" and "man on" or "get rid" and make that decision on the spot?
The Club plays in the Delicias Sunday 7's league, but has social events off the field in collaboration with their sponsors and partners
Contact us to join the adventure or follow the season with us here.
The Club motto "Triumph & Disaster" comes from the Rudyard Kipling poem "If". The line
"If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two imposters just the same;"
hangs above the player entrance to Wimbledon Centre Court. It encapsulates the club ethos, perfectly.