The Bulls are in the Cup

Jersey Bulls FC are delighted to confirm that they will be participating in the 2023/24 FA Cup once again.

The Bulls enjoyed a strong FA Cup run in 2021/22 when they reached the 3rd Round Qualifying Round losing to Chertsey Town. That run saw the Bulls debut in the competition with a club record, 10-1 win over Horsham YMCA. In the 2nd Round qualifying, the Bulls enhanced the island’s footballing position nation wide when they played live on the BBC when they drew 2-2 at Sutton United’s ground. In the replay there was “that” goal by Sol Solomon which went viral and even had a stamp created by the Royal Mail!

Gary Freeman’s men will find out their opponents on 7th July when the draw is made and the opening round is due to be played on 5th August.

The team will also be involved once again in the FA Vase, however, due to a club record run last season. The team will not enter the competition until the second round proper which is not played until November. Meaning the Bulls are just six wins away from Wembley – in fact, the Bulls won six FA Vase ties last season.

The final FA competition that the Bulls have entered is the FA Youth Cup. The draw for our under 18s will be on 7th July with the first fixture due to be played week commencing 14th August 2023. 


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