Norfolk Combined Youth Football League (NCYFL) is thrilled to announce a transformative partnership, marking a pivotal milestone in the advancement of girls' football in Norfolk and North Suffolk. With our soon-to-be-revealed partner's generous support, NCYFL is set to provide a Girls' Provision, reinforcing our commitment to fostering inclusivity and equal opportunities in the sport. As part of this landmark collaboration, the partner organisation will hold the naming rights over the girls' divisions, cup, and trophy competitions within the NCYFL, demonstrating their unwavering dedication to promoting the
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Please see below a copy of the presentation given and also a YouTube upload of the recording of the meeting. Applications can now be completed at ncyfl.co.uk/application We intend to publish applied numbers in early Feb, late Feb, and mid March.
Dear Clubs and everyone that booked on our Girls Provision meeting, I am sorry this has taken a little longer than anticipated to send out, but I have been dealing with a family bereavement. Thank you for those that attended our Girls Provision meeting on the 27th September. We have collated all the information given to us that evening and created a provisional format for you. We are going to give you all another opportunity to talk to us and finalise your provision in January.
Below are all the guides and documentation received at our managers briefings during August and September for the 2023-24 season.
Due to demand, we are excited to look into the offer of all girls divisions for the 2024-25 season. Clubs can submit an expression of interest and receive a copy of our proposal for the formats available. We intend to provide for all ages from U7-U18. We are also looking for volunteers to join the committee and support the divisions.
A copy of the AGM Presentation is available to view below, including the slides shown by James Buhlemann of Norfolk FA. We have also included the latest revision of the fixture calendar.
A copy of the presentation delivered to club secretary's and chairpersons is available to download. The first draft of the 2023-24 fixture calendars are also available to view.
It is International Women’s Day on 8th March 2023 so it's a good time to celebrate the achievement of females who have participated in NCYFL and gone on to be successful in football. Today we are focusing on Sarah Brasero-Carreira. Dean Sheppard coached Sarah when she was involved in youth football in NCYFL at Sprowston FC. This is what he had to say about Sarah. From day 1 everyone was amazed with her ability and attitude. She always had a ball at her feet, walking
NCYFL have signed up for the FA trial but only for U7-U10. U11’s and U12's will continue as they would normally. Guidance will be provided for managers, players, those who officiate games and spectators. The FA will also want feedback on the experience from all those involved.Why are they doing the trial? This is to align the game experience with training where heading the ball has already ceased. Player Welfare, this is to mitigate any risk that might be linked to heading the ball.What are the
A copy of the presentation delivered to coaches during the 14 Pre-season briefings is available below.