Clevedon United JFC look to grow girls’ section

PUBLISHED: 13:00 03 August 2020

Clevedon Utd JFC are looking for new girls to join their existing Under 6 (next term Year 1) and Under 8 (next term Year 2/3) teams

Clevedon Utd JFC are looking for new girls to join their existing Under 6 (next term Year 1) and Under 8 (next term Year 2/3) teams

Archant

Clevedon United JFC are looking to grow their girls section.

Clevedon Utd JFC are looking for new girls to join their existing Under 6 (next term Year 1) and Under 8 (next term Year 2/3) teamsClevedon Utd JFC are looking for new girls to join their existing Under 6 (next term Year 1) and Under 8 (next term Year 2/3) teams

With its popularity growing at grassroots and professional level, girls’ football gives opportunity for youngsters to enjoy sport at a local level.

Clevedon United JFC are looking for girls to join their under-six (new school year one) and under-eight (year two/three) teams and have FA qualified and CRC-checked coaches, who provide a safe and friendly atmosphere, with a focus on fun and positivity.

Covid regulations, including social distancing rules, are adhered to as per the latest intructions from the government and FA.

Training takes place at Hazel Close, Clevedon on Saturday mornings (9.30-10.30am) for under-sixes and Friday evenings (5.30-6.30pm) for under-eights.

Clevedon Utd JFC are looking for new girls to join their existing Under 6 (next term Year 1) and Under 8 (next term Year 2/3) teamsClevedon Utd JFC are looking for new girls to join their existing Under 6 (next term Year 1) and Under 8 (next term Year 2/3) teams

The under-eights are due to start playing matches in the Bristol Girls’ League from September.

For more details contact Chrissie (under-six) on maimivice@hotmail.co.uk, Steve (under-eight) on steviefordi@yahoo.co.uk or visit clevedonutdjfc.co.uk.


If you value what this story gives you, please consider supporting the North Somerset Times. Click the link in the orange box above for details.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Latest from the North Somerset Times