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All aflliated clubs must meet FAW accreditation standards. Click here for more information
All players need to be licensed and registered by member clubs before they can play organised football. To register players please visit the information section of our website.
Welcome to the East Gwent Junior Youth Association Football League. We're delighted that you've found us! Use this site to discover more about our association and member clubs.
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Join a grassroots junior youth football team. Click here.
The League operates in the area of the current Monmouthshire County Council, South East Wales, and is affiliated to the Gwent County Football Association. Subject to demand, the League provides Competitive Football at Under 12, Under 13, Under 14, Under 15 and Under 16 age groups and Non-Competitive Mini-Football up to Under 11.
Nearly 100 teams and 1500 players enjoy organised football with the East Gwent Junior Youth League.
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Click here to see the latest club notices regarding player and coach recruitment.
Undy Athletic Reds U16s - Colborne Cup Winners
Garden City Greens U14s - Ciiden Cup Winners
Caldicot Town Whites U13s - Mark Watkins Cup Winners
Mardy U12s - Royal Powell Cup Winners
Undy Athletic Reds - U16s League Winners
Garden City Greens - U14s League Winners
Caldicot Town - U12s League Winners
September 8, 2016 - Accreditation update
Thank you to all East Gwent clubs for all the efforts completing and submitting your club accreditation documents by the FAW deadline .
Please be advised of the following regulations that can impact clubs in our league as we border counties in England and there are clubs within 50 km who play in the English Pyramid System. Under FIFA Regulations a player 10 years of age or older cannot play for two different clubs in two different countries (e.g. England and Wales) at the same time. This has changed as it used to be 12 years of age or older. What this means is "No competitive player in age group U12s - U16s players and no mini-football player aged 10 or older in the U10 or U11 age group can register with a club academy in England and register/play for a club in Wales.
The league celebrated its centenary year in 2013:
One hundred years ago the league first reached out to teams to play organised football. Today there are nearly 20 senior and 100 Junior teams playing organised football.
Officials from all senior and junior clubs, plus special guests were invited to the league's Centenary Dinner in October 2013.
The Centenary Cup was created in the senior league