Bristol Manor Farm Football Club is pleased to announce that Luke Stevens has joined the Farm as First-Team Physiotherapist for the 2022/23 season.

After graduating from university with both a Bachelor of Science and a Masters’s degree in Sports Strength & Conditioning and Sports Therapy, Stevens has worked in a variety of roles across sports, including spells at Swindon Town Football Club, Cheltenham Town Football Club, and most recently with Chippenham Town Football Club as Lead Sports Therapist.

Currently, Stevens is working with the Bristol City Academy from the U9s through to the U23 team, and will now join Manager Lee Lashenko’s backroom staff at The Creek this season.

Stevens commented to the club: “Bristol Manor Farm Football Club is another local side to me, and one that I’ve heard a lot of good things about from my time working in football.

“I want to tap into that local aspect, and my main goal is to make sure that injury rates stay nice and low across the season.

“If I can help contribute to the improvement on the performance side of things, then that would be a great bonus for myself personally and for the club,” Stevens said.

We would like you to join us in welcoming Luke to The Creek, and we look forward to seeing him join up with the squad of players ahead of the new season in the Southern League.