Welcome To Bold Rangers JFC 2024-2025 Sponsors

On behalf of everyone at Bold Rangers Junior Football Club, we thank our sponsors for the support they have given us by sponsoring one of our teams. Without sponsors, the club would struggle to have as many teams as it has but also the funds to keep all the teams going.

Below is a list of sponsors with the team they are supporting. Please if you can depending on what area the sponsor works in, please try and support these businesses.

All the sponsors are part of our Bold family, so its up to us, to help their business flourish as they have let the club do by just supporting us.

We are always on the lookout for new sponsors for new teams, so if your reading this and you like the idea of being a future sponsor, then please contact the clubs email  club@boldrangersjfc.co.uk or simply click on this page contact button.

Sponsorship Enquires

Bold Rangers Junior Football Club continues to grow and with that is bringing on board more teams.  New teams means new sponsorships are needed.   If you would like to help, please contact our sponsorship team

U8 Tigers

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U9 Cobras

At Omega Care, we are dedicated to providing exceptional support and care to vulnerable children and young people, ensuring they have the resources and guidance they need to thrive. 

Our comprehensive services include residential care, parental care, and supported accommodation, all designed to create a nurturing and supportive environment. We place a strong emphasis on holistic development, helping each child or young person build the skills, confidence, and resilience necessary to achieve their full potential. 

Our mission is to foster a sense of belonging and stability, empowering young people to overcome challenges and succeed in their personal and academic endeavours.

Our ethos is rooted in compassion, integrity, and excellence. We believe in the power of positive relationships and strive to make a meaningful impact on the lives of those we serve. 

At Omega Care, we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, ensuring their voices are heard and their needs are met with the utmost respect and dignity. 

By sponsoring the Bold Rangers, we extend our dedication to the community, supporting initiatives that encourage teamwork, discipline, and physical well-being. 

We are proud to be a part of this vibrant community and to contribute to the growth and development of young athletes.

U10 Rubies

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U11 Diamonds

Browns have been operating since July 2005.

Marie Brown Owner and Managing Director started the company working from home and after a couple of years the business grew and resulted in hiring the Chain Lane Community Centre to run the office and the group work sessions three times per week.

In October 2011 we moved into our own premises on Nunn Street, Parr, St Helens.

Browns Short Break Respite Ltd provides support for adults with all types of disabilities to live independently within their community.

Among the different types of support areas we provide are:

  • Supporting people to reach their goals
  • Personal Care
  • Medication (Assistance or Administering)
  • Meal Preparation
  • Household chores
  • Supporting people with activities of their choice (Such as swimming & gym)
  • Supported employment
  • Taking to appointments
  • Shopping calls
  • Supported living
  • Respite Holidays
  • Respite at home
  • Sleep-ins
  • Waking night

What makes our service unique is that it is a flexible service which enables you to change the support you require on a weekly basis so you have the freedom to plan your care and support needs around your life and not planning your life around your care.

At our day centre we have various activities and days out running from Monday – Friday each week.

The centre has changing facilities, a small sensory room, a kitchen area where baking & cooking takes place as well as two large halls where the rest of the activities/games take place.

Off-site we rent an allotment where we go on a daily basis the site is accessible and a perfect place to access for all the Green Fingers out there.

U11 Dragons

The retailer was founded by owner Tom Morris in 1976 as a single store called Home and Bargain[2] in Old Swan, Liverpool when he was aged 21. The name was changed to Home Bargains in 1995, but is still colloquially referred to by its original name in the Merseyside area.[3][2]

Morris, who was reported to have still owned an 89% stake in the business as of 2013, operates the company with his brother Joe.[4] The business has since grown to become one of the largest privately owned companies within the United Kingdom, selling a variety of household items including food, clothing and games.[5][6]

Customer numbers were estimated to be in excess of three million in February 2013, with items sold typically consisting of 70% regular lines and the rest as one-off product lines.[4] The retailer was ranked sixth in a Which? list of 100 Top Stores, making them the highest ranking retailer within the United Kingdom.[5]

U12 Sharks

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U12 Phoenix

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U16 Warriors

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