We are delighted to announce that the Norfolk Combined Youth Football League (NCYFL) and Upp Broadband are to team up and work together for the 2022-23 season. Upp aim to deliver fast and reliable broadband to underserved areas. Upp’s full-fibre network is built for speed, using fibre optic cable, not just to your street, but all the way to your home. So the speed offered is the speed you can expect. Plus, full-fibre is more reliable - as well as more sustainable - than existing copper
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We're hosting an event on Tuesday 8th February on Microsoft Teams with a variety of match officials and coaches. The idea of the event is to help both coaches and referees understand any frustrations of difficulties they find in the game. Norfolk FA will also be present and providing an update on Referee Courses. To book on, please click here.
League Event We held a league event to talk to clubs in November about a range of topics. Club administration was high on the agenda due to the impact of match cards not being completed. We had to make a decision to ask managers not to use the Matchday App due to the unreliability of this and data going through to Full-Time. The position on match card completion has improved, but we do still have some managers who have to be chased regularly in order
The slides from the Coaches Briefing that took place on the 6th September are now available to download below.
The league committee have produced a calendar for fixture weeks for all age groups. This also incorporates Norfolk FA County Cup weekends, and overspill. Clubs should expect fixtures from NCYFL on all weekends marked in green or yellow.
Following a lengthy tournament layoff we are pleased to announce a number of Pre-Season Festivals will be taking place on the 3G pitch during August and September. These tournaments will be held on Monday and Friday evenings and are slightly different to those held earlier in the year. Rather than all age groups taking part in 5v5 tournaments we are tailoring them to the specific format you'll be playing throughout the 2021/22 season. Playing U8s football during the 2021/22 season, your tournament will be played on the
NCYFL have 3 main funding pots we use to support clubs. Referee equalisation - we pay back a portion of the fees that clubs have paid for appointed referees, Sports Glasses - we'll provide a small sum to the parent of a child that needs sports glasses, Sports Injury - a fund where we can provide a sum to a player who has been seriously injured in an NCYFL match.
Dear All, We hope you are all well and keeping safe. Norfolk Combined Youth Football League feel that this is the right time for us to communicate to clubs and let you all know what our thoughts on the current situation and how we go forwards. You will all know that there isn't a date for the lockdown to stop and even when it does, we don’t know what restrictions will still be in place. We have looked at how much football
At U9 and U10 The team that finishes FIRST in the Coloured Group A, will play the team that finishes SECOND in the Coloured Group B in Semi Final 1. The team that finishes SECOND in the Coloured Group A, will play the team that finishes FIRST in the Coloured Group B in Semi Final 2. The winners of Semi Final 1 and 2 in each colour group, will play in a final. In a trophy event, where there is only one group in a
The Canaries Trust are pleased to announce a Women In Football Q&A, to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday 12 November 2020. On the panel, we are excited to have joining us: Zoe Ward, Business and Projects Director. With a wealth of experience in football, including working for the Premier League and Liverpool F.C., Zoe is one of a small number of women working at the higher levels of national football. Her role includes working on player liaison, first team and academy operations. Mariela