This season Norfolk FA and all five youth football leagues in the County are working in conjunction to deliver a localised Respect campaign #NorfolkFootballisPositive. As part of the campaign every youth team competing in the County have been asked four additional questions relating to their matches. Over the past three months we have worked hard in the background to produce reports showcasing the data collected from the four questions and we are now at a stage where we can announce the results from the first
We are holding a Safeguarding Conference for all our clubs, leagues, and individuals with an interest in safeguarding in football on Saturday 15 February 2020 at the UEA Sports Park. This is an opportunity for clubs to access leading organisations in the safeguarding of children, for support and information. The agenda includes presentations from the NSPCC CPSU, Norfolk Constabulary and the Norfolk Children Safeguarding Board with stands and stalls from a wide range of safeguarding organisations where attendees can have 1:1 conversations. During the day you will be able to
The FA Respect 21 Days of Positivity is back for 2019/20 season. Last year The FA launched a campaign 21 Days of Positivity with the aim of sharing positive hints, tips and challenges with youth coaches across the country. Almost 4,000 coaches took part and this year The FA have even more positive practices to share that will put the We Only Do Positive mantra into practice. Sign up to receive 21 Days of Positivity through six emails covering training and matchdays. All Content is
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The Norfolk FA Youth Council strive to make Norfolk football better by providing a voice for young people within the game through any role. This is a newly designed Leadership Camp that Norfolk FA Staff and Youth Council Members will deliver. This camp will engage with the next generation to give young people the opportunity to explore a number of roles within the grassroots game. The camp will cover workshops such as Leadership, Coaching, Refereeing and Marketing. Our aim is for the young people to learn new
This October we and all five of our Youth Football Leagues are working together to tackle negative behaviour within Norfolk Football with a localised campaign - Norfolk Football is Positive. Our campaign’s aim is for every young person to enjoy the game within their own environment. Young people choose to play our game and this campaign is only going to highlight the positives of playing football. Football is a game which is For All and everyone should get an opportunity to play, enjoy the game, have
Following another successful season in 2018/19 for the online player registration process with all our youth leagues along with the adult sections of the Norfolk Christian Football League, Norfolk Women’s and Girls League and the Norfolk FA Veterans League, the online registration process will now be extended to all Clubs playing in a Norfolk Sanctioned League for the 2019-20 season. This means that in addition to the Leagues mentioned above the following Leagues will also be online for the player registration process for the coming
NCYFL intend to hold an end of season presentation on the evening of Monday May 20th. The event will take place at Norwich City Football Club at Carrow Road. The event will be open to all league winners and runners-up in age groups from U12-U18. At this stage we encourage teams and players to keep this date available if they wish to attend. Further details on how to apply for tickets etc. will be sent nearer the event. Please note however, that should Norwich City FC