Under 8’s Notices
Colron FC u8 Players Wanted
Colron FC u8’s (u9 September) are looking for a permanent goalkeeper to add to their squad. This will be a GK only position. If you feel your child would be interested and committed to playing for us as GK please feel free to contact me.
Call Leigh Taylor on 07710839074 or email email@example.com.
sedgely panthers u8 Players Wanted
SEDGLEY PANTHERS FC UNDER 8 sTHIS SEASON coming 2021- 2022
Are looking for1 or2 outfield players,
Playing in the Walsall league. (SCHOOL YEAR 2 NOW)
We are currently training from 6.00 to 7.00in summer (grass) at jubilee park coseley and winter on astroturf . FRIDAY 6 TILL 7PM
Coaches with over 15 years experience. and fa certs.
Contact JOHN ON 07974 906 096 OR AMANDA -07342 324 875
Call paul slater on 07902893941 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walsall Wood Saints u8 Players Wanted
Walsall Wood Saints current U8 (moving to U9 for 2021/2022 season) are looking to strengthen the squad as we move to 7-a-side. Experienced players preferred. Is your son/ daughter looking for a new challenge or wanting great opportunities that our club will 100% give them. Then drop me a message or email.
Coach is fully DBS checked, level 2 FA qualification.
Contact me for training info.
Call Dave Potts on 07988148024 or email email@example.com.
FA Master Guidance For The Return Of Grassroots Football Following Covid
WJYL Mini Soccer Covid Return To Football Presentation
Pelsall Villa Colts Pre Season Tournament 2021
Apply Online Via This Link: http://www.pelsallvillacolts.com/festival2021.pdf
WJYL Grassroots Football Restart
Guidance For Grassroots Football January 2021
Teams Briefing 1st October 2020
Message From The Chairman
Message from the Chairman – Mr. David Vale
I am writing to you all after the government have issued their latest guidelines to combat
Our football will continue for now, however, the following measures MUST be adhered to
by all attending any of our fixtures at any venue to ensure that everyone is kept as safe as
Social Distance as per Government guidelines, League Risk Assessment and venue
requirements must be strictly followed at all times
A Test and Trace system must be in place for every team each week. Following an
FA email sent on 22nd September 2020, this may be facilitated by using the NHS QR
code system along with the NHS Test and Trace App. This will not be available
until 24th September 2020.
Every Club must have a COVID-19 Officer and their name and email must be
registered with the League Secretary.
A Respect Marshall for each team must be on duty at each fixture to monitor social
distancing and supporter behaviour. They must wear the appropriate League
issued fluorescent bib.
Only 1 spectator per player is allowed at any venue.
No portable substitute benches are to be used to ensure players can social distance
when not on the field of play.
Arrive no earlier than 20-30 minutes before KO, this will allow time to organise the
fixture and to prepare the players.
Notify Fixtures, Age Group Secretaries, opposition and Referee at the earliest
opportunity if you are unable to play. Please complete a postponement form
(https://www.wjyl.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Match-PostponementForm-2019.pdf) and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was very disappointing to hear that we had some notifications of incidents of bad
behaviour in our first two weeks of returning. This will not be tolerated and I ask all of our
Clubs/Teams to put in measures to stamp this out.
Failure to adhere to the Government guidelines, Public Health England, FA and League rules
may mean that fixtures will be suspended in addition to FA sanctions. Guidelines are
constantly being updated and any changes will be emailed to Clubs by the League.
By working together and observing current rules and regulations, we can all continue to
safely enjoy our football. Please help us to keep our football a safe environment for
Walsall Junior Youth Football League
Coaches CPD event at Rushall Olympic – How we coach
Hosted on Wednesday 22 January 2020, learners will discover more about how their behaviours influence players, training sessions and their own personal development along the coaching pathway. The course is set to get underway at 6:30pm and is expected to run until 9pm.
Specifically, the workshop will allow coaches to learn how to manage differences between players, cope with mistakes, and how to adapt approaches for players’ individual needs, whilst working closely with Staffordshire FA tutors.
It will also highlight the importance of regularly reflecting on coaching behaviours and how effective they are at installing a positive environment at training and on matchdays.
To book a place on the workshop, please follow the link below.