Get Your Boots On is set to transform the way the grassroots game connects by helping players and teams find their perfect football 'match'.
Get Your Boots On takes the hassle out of the game by bringing players and teams together based on preferred playing times, locations, and formats.
Former England and Villa Midfielder, Lee Hendrie, is supporting Get Your Boots On and says:
"Imagine a lad moves to a new city with his job or university - how does he find a team in a city he doesn't know and how do teams struggling for players advertise the fact they need a striker or a goalkeeper? Get Your Boots On does it all and is perfect as most players have access to a phone or a tablet."
If you're looking to play, looking for a team for your child, or you need players for your team - register now at www.bcfabootson.com.
It's the easy way to get to play!
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