Thu 21 Mar 2019 10:29

We here at Northern Football Club see ourselves as a dog friendly club. Many regulars bring their dogs along with them when using the Terrace Bar in the evenings. There is a dog bowl out on the terrace so that your K9 can quench it's thirst while you do the same. Sales of pork scratchings go up when dogs are in too! 


A number of people have been seen walking their dogs on our playing pitches. We ask that there be no dogs on the grass areas. This includes the space between pitches. This can be a serious hygiene issue if one of our many players lands in something left be a dog. 

Please read this article for one of the dangers of dog mess on the pitches -

Many mini and youth coaches have told their age groups to leave dogs at home already and we hope others do the same when visiting the club. 

Thank You.

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