Warwick Juniors Football Club aims to provide football coaching, training and competitive youth football for boys and girls within the Warwick, Warwickshire area. We also run a men’s team and a ladies football team. Warwick Juniors FC is the largest youth football club in Warwick with over 300 registered players. We have a reputation for fair play, sportsmanship, good organisation and the development of youth soccer. Financial support is provided for all team managers and their assistants to attend training courses in coaching, safeguarding children, first aid and refereeing. We set high standards for attitude and behaviour on and off the pitch. We are represented in the Coventry Minor Football League, Mid-Warwickshire Boy’s League, Midland Junior Premier League, Leamington & District Men’s League, and Central Warwickshire Girls League. We were one of the first clubs in the Warwick area to achieve the FA Charter Standard.
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Looking for Volunteers
Warwick Juniors FC are always looking for new coaches and have had a great record with getting parents involved and taking an active part in the running of the club and the development of the players.
If you fancy becoming a coach and would like to undertake FA coaching training please let the club know. We can help with finding the courses, provide funding and getting you started on a great and rewarding experience.
This season the club will be putting out three new teams, in particular in the Under 8s age group which have come from our Saturday morning Allstars.
The success of the Allstars means that the players next step in their progression in football will be to start playing league football games. Without a team coach, no games can be played so please volunteer and get yourself involved helping our kids. A limited number of coaches will also mean a limited number of teams, so the more the better.
Without you, the parents or volunteers, the club doesn't work. For more information please contact any of the coaching staff at Warwick Juniors or email the club development officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Warwick Juniors Allstars is a Saturday morning football academy for children in reception, year 1 and year 2, and is perfect for boys and girls of all abilities.
Weekend football is often the start of competitive football for many. We aim to prepare children for junior football teams by providing age appropriate coaching delivered by FA qualified coaches. This formula gives children the opportunity to learn, enjoy and experiment, but most of all make new friends while having fun and working towards being part of a team. Click here for more details.
Warwick Juniors U7s (current school year 2), who won the Leamington FC football tournament this weekend are looking for new players. We have a really strong team having won 18 matches last season, and we would like new players to come and join one of the best and strongest teams in the area.
Warwick Juniors U8s have had a very impressive first season together (current school year 3). We will be moving up to U9s next season, playing 7 aside, and we are looking to add a goalkeeper and outfield players to our squad. We would like to invite players to come along for a fun session where you can see the fun and friendly team we have.
Open trials for these two teams will be on Saturday 2nd & 9th June at Newburgh Primary School, Warwick at 10:30.
Please contact David Lafferty on 07979218276 for more info.
As a family club, Warwick Juniors Football Club takes care of any personal data we collect and in our Privacy Notice we explain what we collect, why we process it, what we will do with the data, and when we will delete it. Security processes are important and this means if we have paper records, they will be kept in a locked cabinet in a secure building, and only authorised people will have access. Computers used to store personal data will be password protected.