The Norfolk Combined Youth Football League are delighted to announce that we have partnered with Dereham based 4Sports and Italian sportswear brand Kappa. 4Sports have been appointed the official kit partners to the league as well as the official trophy & training equipment suppliers.

Dave Bandell from Kappa has said ‘We are incredibly excited that Kappa have entered into a partnership with the Norfolk Combined Youth League and 4sports to be official sponsors and we look forward to many years of being the partner of choice to all the affiliated clubs.”


As part of the agreement with 4Sports and Kappa, the Cup competition for the league format is to be known as the Kappa Cup and the plate competition will be named the 4Sports Plate. 4Sports are offering the member clubs of the newly formed league an online shop which will allow clubs to purchase equipment & balls from Kappa & others at fantastic rates.
Kappa & 4Sports want to reward clubs that are following The FA’s ‘RESPECT’ Campaign, and as part of their sponsorship will provide sporting rewards to clubs that follow the campaign. The league will also be introducing their own Respect campaign which aims to engage clubs in good sporting behaviour.
Gary Cockaday of 4Sports said “We are fortunate to work with some very exciting and prestigious partners, but nothing makes us smile more than opportunities such as this, it is a wonderful opportunity for us to ‘invest’ in youth football.”

The Norfolk Combined Youth Football League was formed in June of 2016, and is now the largest youth football league in Norfolk. The league is comprised of the former members of the Norfolk Youth Football Combination, North East Norfolk Youth League and the South Norfolk Youth League. Chris Brown of the NCYFL said “The league were blown away with the 4Sports / Kappa proposal and their enthusiasm  & support especially to rewarding sporting excellence  . 4Sports’ range and quality undoubtedly provides our member clubs with a fantastic supplier to use, and we are looking forward to working with both for many years”