The Brant & District Football Club is a founding member of the Brantford Sports Council.
The Brant & District Football Club, also known as the Brantford Bisons have had a long proven history of developing championship teams. Teaching young athletes how to excel at competitive “rep” football, while learning strong life skills they will carry with them from this point forward.
1993 also saw the Bisons expand into the SOFAL bantam division. The Bisons continued to experience annual increases in the number of young athletes playing football in the community and by 2002 had over seven teams in the various divisions of SOFAL.
In 1993, the Bisons took on the huge job of hosting and running the largest ever Wilson Bowl Provincial Championship which had 56 teams participate. Five sets of goal posts were installed on fields throughout the city so all the games could be completed.