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Belconnen United FC (aka BUFC or Blue Devils) is the premier league club in the Belconnen region, Canberra. The Belconnen United Football Club (then ‘Soccer’ Club) was formed in 1970 as the new Canberra district of Belconnen was establishing.

We cater to senior men’s and women’s (Premier League, State League and Masters’ teams), Premier League boys (12s, 14s & 16s), both boys & girls youth development programs, and Premier League Futsal teams.

Along with our affiliated family of clubs, we provide the largest range of football programs in Canberra for all ages. Our affiliated junior clubs are Belnorth, Belsouth and Belwest (U5 – U18 boys’ and girls’ teams) and North Canberra Futsal (junior and senior Futsal teams on Canberra’s Northside).

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Sydney FC vs BUFC ticket sales

Thanks for your interest in purchasing tickets to the BUFC Vs Sydney FC game.

When: Wednesday 19 August
Where: McKellar Park
Time: 7pm BUFC v Sydney FC
5pm BUFC U19 select v NTC

Ticket prices:
$15 reserved seating in the main grandstand (No concessions)
$30 Dinner and Reserved seat in the main grandstand (Dinner brought to your seat - hamburger, and two beers or wine)
$10 General Admission adults
$5 General Admission concessions (child 16 years and under and pensioners).
$25 General Admission Family Ticket (2 adults and 3 children)
Please note all BUFC juniors (16 years and under) including Belnorth, Belsouth and Belwest players wearing their team jersey or tracksuit at the game will receive free entry.

Tickets can be purchased via email to registration@bluedevilsfc.com.
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Select your seats, then email with your selection and the tickets will be put aside for you to be collected at the gate on game day. You will be emailed with confirmation and the total amount to be deposited with 72 hours.
Payment will be required by direct deposit into the BUFC account:
BSB 032778
Acct 366683
Name: Belconnen United Football Club (BUFC)
Bank: Westpac
Reference: SYDFC_yoursurname

Alternatively, tickets can be purchased in person at the following locations:
Belconnen Soccer Club (McKellar and Hawker receptions)
Chatterbox Espresso Bar (40 Cameron Ave, Belconnen)
Athlete's Foot Belconnen (Westfield Belconnen)
Please note that the three locations do have different seating availability.


PL U12s Belconnen United 3 vs Canberra Olympic 1

Another quick start from the boys with precision passing and movement off the ball creating space for James to score the opening goal following a great cross from Rohan. It was all going well for Belconnen when another attack saw a penalty awarded. Belconnen failed to take this opportunity and as so often happens the ball went down the pitch, took a bad bounce and it was one all.
The boys continued to try hard but could only find the side netting, the post or the goalkeeper on several occasions and it was one all at half time.
The second half started well with plenty of half chances before Riley stepped up to calm the coach’s nerves by scoring the second goal with a lovely shot from outside the box. Olympic were not troubling the defence, however Alexander made sure of the result, running on to a Riley through ball to score and make the final result 3-1.


JPL - Round 12 Vs Canberra Olympic FC U16 PL

BUFC 16PL (2) defeated CANBERRA OLYMPIC (1)

Playing Olympic at Downer is always an experience, you just don’t know what you will get as the ball bounce is a lottery and goals can come in many ways. Today was no difference, with over 70% of possession, the game appeared to be about wanting to survive, playing football was to happen somehow but we just need to find the spark that saw the boys start the season again. Whilst there were some good entertaining packages throughout the day, with some great touches from the mid-fields in Tom Adamson, Jayde James-Ward & Nick Rolls, we were still trying to find that magic which we know is there, but we need it for the full 90 minutes of the game. Some fine keeping from the Olympic team saw the score to be only 1 up for the boys in blue at half time. With Nunzio over-looking the game, we were accustom to the smile and chat that Nunz brings with him, but no lollies this time. We saw young Liam Rae given a yellow card but not before he slotted a goal before the break.

With a number of players making their way back into the side after playing in the Sydney tournament over the previous weekend, we know that a settling period is just around the corner as we head towards the final stages of the season, before the August finals. Not getting ahead of ourselves, the second half saw a huge percentage of play with the Belconnen lads as they posted home their second for the afternoon, this time from the ever reliable Nick Rolls, who is climbing the goal scoring ladder each week. Also scoring his first goal for the year, Lachlan Terry was unlucky to header a ball back to the keeper in a mix-up that saw Olympic crawl back to be 2-1 down, with 10 minutes left in the game. This game them some hope as they threw everything they had, but with the strong defence in Tom Cochrane, Tom Adamson, Nelson Cary, Marshall Dickson and Lachlan Terry, they were not able to penetrate to change the score of the game.

Final Scores was 2 – 1 in Belconnen’s favour.

Goal Scorers:

1 – Liam Rae

1 – Nick Rolls

Next week, we play Cooma FC at home (Kaleen enclosed). This will be another tough game as Cooma FC will be wanting to turn around a 8-4 loss in round 5.

See you all there and remember … WeAreBelconnen!!!


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Ticket purchasing details for the highly anticipated match with our sky blue partners Sydney FC.
When: Wednesday 19 August
Where: McKellar Park
Time: 7pm BUFC v Sydney FC
5pm BUFC U19 select v NTC
Tickets will go on sale to BUFC members (including Belnorth, Belsouth and Belwest) and our supporters on Monday 29 June. Tickets can be purchased from the Belconnen Soccer Club McKellar on Monday 6pm to 8pm.
Ticket sales will open to non BUFC members on Monday 6 July. Purchase details will be provided soon.
Tickets: $15 reserved seating in the main grandstand (No concessions)
$30 Dinner and Reserved seat in the main grandstand (Dinner brought to your seat)
General Admission $10 adults and $5 concessions (child 16 years and under and pensioners).
$25 General Admission Family Ticket (2 adults and 3 children)
Please note all BUFC juniors (16 years and under) including Belnorth, Belsouth and Belwest players wearing their team jersey or tracksuit at the game will receive free entry.

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JPL Round 11 - Boys U16s PL Vs Canberra FC

Belconnen 1 Drew Canberra FC 1

With a week of rain, the Kaleen enclosed pitch drained well as we prepared to take on Canberra FC in front of our sun gods, who were looking over us the entire day.

This game was marked as a tough game, despite previous results. Traditionally, Canberra FC is not a side that we take lightly as they have players that can play down at age and especially against Belconnen, and that didn’t come with any surprise. With young Mate Barasic playing his second game of the day with Canberra FC and before heading over to Croatia, he gave the boys some fancy footwork over the ball but wasn’t able to find the back of the net today.

The game was not the style of football we have been accustomed too over the many weeks of football, it had a sluggish feel about it with possession spread evenly across both teams. It would take over 58 minutes before the first goal was scored, by Canberra FC who took the lead from a corner kick that saw Niki Spelic header the ball uncontested inside the 6 yard box past Chris Milisevic who had a very strong game, despite letting in a goal.

The game would see-saw for the next 10 minutes in the mid-field, before Tom Adamson took on the opposition with some blinding runs that saw opportunities light up, but no goals, but it would take one of our new imports from the South Coast in Jayden Smith, who was also playing in his Premier League debut for the club score a much needed goal that saw the keeper diving to his right but not stopping it before the line. This brought the score back to 1 all.

The game saw many strong tackles that went unnoticed, and some that caught the eye of the central referee, but this didn’t change the style of game which saw Paul Siwabessy fall with an ankle injury and is likely to sit out one or two weeks and our Far South Coast import in Lachlan Terry, who was involved in an mid-air head clash saw him needing helped from the field.

Strong performance from the boys in getting a point from the game, but worth noting man of the match awards evenly spread across a number of players: Martin Crome, Marshall Dickson, Jayde James-Ward, Chris Milisevic, Jayden Smith, Reaghan Travers & Tom Cochrane.

It is also worth noting that we were without the following players who were competing in the Manchester United/Nike tournament in Sydney over the weekend, players were:
(1). Liam Rae, (2). Connor Schroder, (3). Josh McCarthy, (4). Nelson Cary, (5). Michael Dariol and (6). Zach Browning.

Goal Scorers: Jayden Smith (1).

We now prepare ourselves for Canberra Olympic at Downer next week.


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