Footballs back – 4 days to go


I am delighted to confirm that the FA have given us the green light to restart football from Monday 29th of March. As a result training for all of our teams will recommence from that date in the usual time slots (with the exception of teams switching to and from Charter in which case your manager will have informed you).   Training will also happen on Good Friday, Easter Monday and throughout the Easter Holidays to ensure we give all of our players as much opportunity to get back playing football as possible.

Some leagues have already published fixtures starting from Easter weekend, but other leagues seem to have been waiting for the formal go-ahead today from the FA. Your manager will get the updates as they become available but our understanding is all leagues plan to restart fixtures in the next couple of weeks. 

In line with FA guidelines, only one adult will be allowed to attend training or matches with each junior player. We appreciate your support and understanding of this, and please don’t put our managers in a difficult position by ignoring it.

Works are well underway on the new road leading to the club and are due to be completed by 30th March. If you are attending training on Monday 29th access will be via the center track so please drive slowly.

Many thanks





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