Bulpit Beast, Ice Baths and 4G knee slides: Behind the scenes at Hungerford Town

The Bulpit Beast. The famous Hungerford Town burger. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball

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Vanarama National League South Hungerford Town had a special visitor to their recent friendly with Oxford United – James Kirtland aka SoccerAm’s ‘Curly’!

This wasn’t for the Sky Sports show however, James was visiting Hungerford for another reason, namely, a YouTube channel called Location Football which is working to promote the grassroots game – with all the style and panache you’d expect from one of Sky’s most famous TV shows.

We asked James to tell us a little about Location Football and he said: “We are trying to raise the profile of Non-League Football and shine the light on the amazing people within each club whilst hopefully producing an entertaining video for fans to enjoy. Supporting local football is so important.”

We quite agree!

Head over to YouTube to watch more great videos here. In the meantime, here are our favourite moments from the Hungerford clip (or scroll all the way down for the full video).

James got behind the scenes at Bulpit Lane

Confirmed, Ice baths are cold! But we get a sneak peek at the Crusader’s tactics board, if only Steve King had had this kind of access last season. Watch from here.

Ice baths are cold says Curly! Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
Ice baths are cold says Curly! Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball

A bit of Hungerford history

It’s all to do with a big horn. Watch from here.

A Hungerford Town badge history lesson. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
A Hungerford Town badge history lesson. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball

The greatest non-league burger is at Hungerford Town

It’s certainly got the thumbs up here! Watch from here.

Three word verdict on the Bulpit Beast. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
Three-word verdict on the Bulpit Beast. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball

Callum Willmoth on ill-advised knee slides

You’ve scored a decent goal off the post from outside the box against a team who will go on and get promoted. We get it, you’re going to do a knee-slide celebration. However, Callum would advise against it! Watch from here.

A knee-slide on 4G is ill-advised. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
A knee-slide on 4G is ill-advised. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
Callum Willmoth. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
Callum Willmoth. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball

Wembley winner Danny Robinson

“It’s about minutes in the bank tonight, we’re looking forward to playing Oxford United and getting the runaround!” Realistic as ever, Robbo discusses his pre-match expectations. Watch from here.

The main man, Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball
The main man, Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson. Screengrab via Location Football / www.youtube.com/c/LocationFootball

Watch the full eight-minute video from Location Football below:

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