Milton Nomads celebrating 50 years

PUBLISHED: 09:20 18 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:20 18 May 2018

The day will be held to remember former members of the club.

The day will be held to remember former members of the club.


Milton Nomads Junior Football Club will be celebrating their 50th anniversary next season.

Milton Nomads are Weston’s oldest established junior football club and will be celebrating their 50th anniversary next season.

They are currently looking to strengthen their current Under-14 squad in a number of positions and they welcome players with playing experience to any one of their training sessions.

To be eligible for this age group, you must currently be in year nine (year 10 in September). They train at Baytree Rec on Friday evenings at 5.45pm and play on Sundays.

They have FA qualified coaches, a fantastic team spirit and a wonderful club culture.

For additional information, please email Aron Adams at

Nomads offers junior football for all age groups from Under-5s all the way up to Under-16s and with almost 300 children signed for the club.

For any information about any other age group, please email the club secretary alan.alder@

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