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Club History

The Club was formed in 1999 with just 5 players who were all aged between 7/8 yrs old. They played each week in a local 5-a-side League where they finished Runners-Up. The team were also winners in a local 5-a-side Tournament.

The Summer of 2000 saw the team enter into the Mid Lancs Colts Under 9's League. Much hard work was put in by the parents of the team during that summer to ensure the Club was able to: purchase equipment, find a home pitch, raise funds and find a kit sponsor.

With everything in place the team began season 2000/01 with much excitement. They eventually finished up a very creditable 4th position and were improving all the time.

Midway through that season, more players were recruited and a team in the Under 8's age group was formed. This now meant that over 25 children were now enjoying weekly coaching sessions and playing regular matches against other Junior football teams.

The summer of 2001 saw both teams take part in various Tournaments. The Under 8's were Runners-Up in the FC Parma 7-a-side Tournament whilst the Under 9's came Runners-Up in a 5-a-side Competition also held by FC Parma. 

The Club's 1st ever Presentation night, which was held in June 2001, turned out to be a great success with almost 200 people present. The event saw all players involved with the Club presented with either a trophy or a medal for their efforts during the season.

Season 2001-02 saw the Club enjoy more success as the U10's claimed the U10's League Title - finishing top scorers in the process - whilst the U9's finished up in 3rd position - also finishing up as top scorers in the Division.

Season 2002/2003 will see the Club enter into 11-a-side football for the first time and will be running teams in the Under 9's, Under 10's & Under 11's age groups. 

We also cater for children aged 7 and below. They are taught the basics of ball control within a fun based environment at our weekly coaching sessions.

We are always looking for new members to join the Club at all our age groups. If you want your child to join a safe, friendly & well run Club, then either us or contact Lee on 01772 797043.


The Club aims to offer all children the chance to develop their football skills through qualified coaches with the emphasis on enjoyment rather than "Win at all Costs". 

It is hoped that by doing this it will help the child keep a long term interest in the game as well as encouraging their future development in football. 

Another aim of the Club is to introduce at least 1 new team per season until the Club is represented at all age groups from U8 - U16. It is also the Club's policy to encourage all Junior Coaches to gain the FA Junior Managers Award.

Club Codes of Conduct

The following Rules are set out to ensure that the Club projects a positive image of itself at all times as well as setting a good example to all children involved with the Club. These Rules should be adhered to by all players, parents and officials.

Players Code of Conduct

1. Always play by the rules and never argue with Match Officials.

2. Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials or other players, deliberately distracting or provoking an opponent is not acceptable or permitted.

3. All Players taking part in matches should always show good sportsmanship before, during and after every game, regardless of the result.

4. Treat all players as you would like to be treated yourself, do not deliberately hurt, bully, or take unfair advantage of another player.

5. Co-operate with your manager/coach, team-mates and opponents – without them there would be no football match.

Parents Code of Conduct

1. Teach children that an honest effort is as important as victory, so that the result of the game is accepted without undue disappointment.

2. Encourage children to always participate according to the rules.

3. Never ridicule or shout at a child for making a mistake or losing a game.

4. Remember that children want to play the game for their own enjoyment, not yours.

5. Remember that children learn best from example, applaud all play.

6. If you disagree with a match official’s decision, raise the issue through the appropriate channels rather than you question the match official’s judgement and honesty in public. Remember that most officials give their time and effort for your child’s enjoyment for free.

7. Support all efforts to remove physical and verbal abuse from junior football.

Managers Code of Conduct

1. Be reasonable in your demands on children’s time, energy and enthusiasm.

2. Never ridicule or shout at a child for making mistakes or losing a match.

3. Never shout at or abuse match officials.

4. Develop respect for the ability of opponents as well as the judgement of the officials and opposing coaches.

5. Set good standards of behaviour yourself and always offer praise and encouragement. Try to have as much one to one communication with your players as possible.

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