Bury FC Club Statements
Statement: New Kit for 2017-186 July 2017
We will be releasing several teasers of the new kit throughout the day on Friday so keep your eyes peeled on the website and on our social media platforms. The kit will be without a front of shirt sponsor at the moment. The club have received several offers of sponsorship but we feel that, to date, our evaluation has not been met.
2016/17 Retained List5 May 2017
11 Released, 17 Retained, 2 Offered Deals and One deal signed
Watch the Shakers from abroad3 May 2017
Live streaming platform iFollow unveiled for global EFL fans
Statement: Ian Kendall steps down as director3 May 2017
Bury Football Club can officially confirm that Mr Ian Kendall has decided to take the opportunity to retire and, as such, has resigned from his role as a Director of Bury FC
Thompson confirmed as assistant18 February 2017
Lee Clark confirms Alan Thompson as his assistant manager.
Lee Clark appointed Manager15 February 2017
Shakers confirm Lee Clark as the new first team manager with immediate effect
Statement: Karl Evans appointed New CEO13 January 2017
The Board of Directors at Bury FC are delighted to announce that we have appointed Karl Evans as the new Chief Exec at Gigg Lane.
Statement: Brass and Kidd Confirmed15 December 2016
Chris Brass and Ryan Kidd appointed Head Coach and Assistant Head Coach
Statement: David Flitcroft departure17 November 2016
Update regarding the departure of David Flitcroft and Ben Futcher from Bury FC
Statement from the board of directors16 November 2016
David Flitcroft and Ben Futcher leave Bury FC with immediate effect
Open Training Session at Gigg Lane6 Hours ago
Manager Lee Clark has asked that an open training session and autograph session be held at Gigg Lane on Monday, 31st July.
Shakers sign up with Eventbrite6 Hours ago
Bury Football Club are delighted to announce a new partnership with Eventbrite the world's largest event technology platform.
CONFIRMED: Striker Maguire pens two-year deal10 Hours ago
28-Year-Old striker Chris Maguire has signed a two-year deal with the Shakers after turning down the offer of a new contract from Oxford United, as well as offers from other clubs.