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Old Blackburnians AFC

Lammack Road, Blackburn, United Kingdom
Amateur Sports Team



Welcome to the Old Blackburnians Association Football Club facebook. Originally established in 1925 by old boys of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School. Originally established in 1925 by old boys of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Blackburn (Q.E.G.S.), the club has grown over the past 80 years to become a thriving local amateur football club.

We support five teams in the Lancashire Amateur League (L.A.L.) and extend a warm welcome to anyone interested in enjoying our playing and social facilities.

The site provides information about the club and is also designed to encourage prospective, existing and former players/members to contribute to it’s growth.

It also has links to other websites associated with our club. These include Q.E.G.S., with whom we retain a strong relationship, L.A.L., and Lammack Juniors F.C. a Charter Standard Club and Community Club who provide junior football at the club to boys and girls from 6 to 16 years.


1st XI 6-0 victory with goals from Jeff Moulton (3), Rob McClure, Nick Mooney and Ant Harwood,10182436,103cf27f&utm_source=adobecampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=referral-2017&utm_content=referral-cause_20171210&origin=RFC39&p1=43MDI6&p2=BMY6J4

1sts LFA Cup game at Radcliffe Juniors called off today due to waterlogged pitch. 3rds win at Thornleigh Res 2-0 with goals from Joe Reed & Jonny Dunn. Reserves had no game

Yesterday's results: 1sts drew 3-3 v Rochdale St Clem 2nds lost 1-3 v Chaddertonians 3rds drew 4-4 v Old Bolts 'A'

A superb afternoon spent at Mill Hill St Peter's helping to open the Kieran Keigher stand. Unfortunately we lost 6-3 with Mark Hayes, Martin Simm & Ben Singleton the scorers. Many thanks to all at Mill Hill, Rachel Keigher, John Keigher & the rest of the family for organising such a great event. We believe that it was a fitting tribute for him

1st team drew 2-2 at home to Blackrod yesterday following a fine defensive display. Mark Hartley and Rob McClure the scorers

A select XI from past players play Mill Hill St Peter's on Sunday for the Kieran Keigher Shield. It's a 1pm ko at Queen Victoria Street. Would be great to see as many people there as possible to help celebrate Kieran's life and the official opening of Mill Hill's new stand named after him. Will be great to see some old faces gracing the Old Blacks kit again

After opening the season with a fine 4-2 victory last week v Horwich St Marys, the firsts host Blackrod Town tomorrow. 2.30 ko - all support welcome

Congratulations to 1st team player Ant Harwood

Pre season training starts on Wednesday 5 July at the club - 6.30pm start. All new players are welcome

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