First Team

1st Team Manager  Wayne Ambler

1st Team Asst Manager  Adam Burnley




Match Reports


Foxton 3 – 2 Brampton

With a very strong wind blowing across the decent pitch at Foxton, controlling any ball in the air

Brampton 6 – 0 Eaton Socon

Both sides in this local derby were missing key players but Brampton had strong replacements who stood them

Great Shelford 2 – 0 Brampton

Despite the points gap between the two teams this was a very even game which is usually the

Brampton 3-3 Bar Hill

Bar Hill came to Brampton 4 points behind us and a game in hand.  At the end of

Brampton 2-1 Comberton United

The home side were seeking revenge for a 2-0 defeat a couple of weeks previously on a sticky

Brampton 1 – 1 West Wratting

West Wratting completed the double over Brampton this season winning by the same score as a few weeks

Barley Mow 2 – 2 Brampton (9-8 pens)

At this level it is not always easy to identify and put right those problems which occur during

Brampton 5 – 1 Eynesbury Rovers Res

The home side scored all six goals in this local derby, Nick Garner deflecting the ball during a

Brampton 0 – 2 Great Shelford

The visitors to Brampton today were Great Shelford who have been Division champions or close by for as

West Wratting 2 – 1 Brampton

Brampton started briskly at last season’s league winners West Wratting, going close on a number of occasions with

Brampton 0-0 Somersham Town (4-1 pens)

Brampton struggled to find rhythm in the first half and the net in the second period against the

Brampton 4 – 0 St Neots Town Res

Brampton moved up to fifth in the table after this Premier Division game against strugglers, St.Neots Reserves.

Brampton 2 – 3 Great Shelford

The home side found it difficult to cope with a good early start from Shelford who got forward

Brampton 3 – 1 CUP

Brampton were able to field for the first time this year a side containing most of their first

Ely City Res 3 – 5 Brampton

Brampton welcomed back their top scorer for his first game this season. Martin Turner suffered a fractured collar

Linton Granta 2 – 0 Brampton

Brampton, once again without a full first team squad, sorely missed their strikers, Martin Turner, Danny Cain and

Brampton 2 – 1 Fulbourn Institute

Once again, with seven first teamers unavailable, Brampton went into the game perhaps fearing the worst against a

Eaton Socon 1 – 0 Brampton

Without key players at the start, Brampton suffered a reversal at Eaton Socon by 1-0. With manager Wayne

Eynesbury Rovers Res 2 – 3 Brampton

In a complete reversal of fortunes the visitors took all three points following a 3 goal spree in

St Neots Reserves 1 – 1 Brampton

Both teams having lost their opening matches will be pleased to have obtained their first point of the

Cambridge City 4 – 0 Brampton

Brampton manager Wayne Ambler and his players turned up at the sports centre, Cambourne, for a 6.15pm kick

West Wratting 4 – 0 Brampton

This was First versus second in the Premier table and the visitors, determined to get something out of

Brampton 4 – 0 Chatteris Town

This was a game which the home side expected to win given the disparity between the league positions,

Chatteris Town 0 – 3 Brampton

Brampton needed to spring back from last week’s defeat at Linton with good performance and that’s exactly what

Linton Granta 5 – 3 Brampton

This game was shifted from the grass pitch at Linton to the adjacent Astro pitch at Linton Village

Gamlingay Utd 1 – 5 Brampton

One of Brampton’s bogey sides, Gamlingay in past years have made life difficult at The Eco-Hub Centre. Indeed,

Fulbourn Institute 2 – 0 Brampton

Always a tough one away from home and so it proved on a dull but fine Saturday afternoon

Comberton Utd 0 – 3 Brampton

Depending on your fortune you might have successfully argued that the Comberton pitch was so soggy as to

Brampton 1 – 2 Great Shelford

The first team’s good run came to an end today when they were beaten by the odd goal

Cambridge City Res 0 – 2 Brampton

What a weekend ! As of today both Brampton teams are at the top of their respective Divisions

Eaton Socon 2 – 4 Brampton

Brampton had beaten local rivals Eaton Socon at home early in the season but lost out to them

Brampton 2 – 0 Sawston United

December, with three home games for the first team, proved a profitable month with the maximum 9 points

Brampton 2 – 0 Cherry Hinton

This was a tougherb game for the home side who beat the same opposition away a couple of

Lakenheath 4 – 4 Brampton

Given, surprisingly, that this was the only Premier division game deemed playable, those who turned up to watch

Cherry Hinton 1 – 5 Brampton

Brampton took their opportunity to return to winning ways after last week’s cup disappointment  with a convincing 5-1

Eaton Socon 3 – 1 Brampton

Brampton started with fire in their bellies and after just 4 minutes, what must qualify for goal of

Brampton 1 – 4 Linton Granta

Once again, when taking on Linton we managed not to take care of Dale Archer.

Sawston United 0 – 8 Brampton

The home side, despite a plucky performance were no match for Brampton who scored eight without reply.

Brampton 5 – 2 Cambridge City Res

Having demonstrated their potential by beating Fulbourn Institute the previous week.

Brampton 0 – 1 West Wratiing

This was the big one for Brampton who until today boasted an unbeaten record in the Kershaw Premier

Brampton 1 – 0 Foxton

Foxton proved stiffer opposition than might have been supposed from their lowly league position.

Brampton 0 – 3 Lakenheath

Brampton entertained Lakenheath in the Cambridge Premier Cup on Saturday.

Brampton 7 – 0 Hemingfords United

Brampton needed to collect 3pts and improve their goal difference and they did it in fine style.

Brampton 2 – 2 CUP

Just a couple of weeks ago Brampton played a 1-1 draw at CUP and today entertained them at Thrapston Road.

Great Shelford 0 – 0 Brampton

Match report to follow…