Monmouthshire Junior Association Football League

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Welcome to the Monmoushire Junior Association Football League. Formerly the East Gwent Junior AFL. We're delighted that you've found us! Use this site to discover more about our association and it's member clubs.

 

The League operates in the area of the current Monmouthshire County Council, in 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 Mini-Football up to Under 11. Nearly 100 teams and 1500 players enjoy organised football with the League

 

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Latest News

Club Accreditation

Clubs are now requested to update their Club Accreditaion (CAP)   documents for 2017-18. Ensure all DBSs are up to date and coaches booked on courses as appropriate,

Our 2016/17 winners

Cup winners:

Undy - U16s Cup

Caldicot Town - U13s Cup

Undy - U12s Cup

League winners:

Garden City - U16s

Caldicot Town - U13s

Monmouth Town  - U12s

Coaching Courses

The lastest information on FAW courses for season 2017-18 is now available on the online coach education website at: www.fawcourses.com

Club Notices

USK Juniors

 

Usk are looking for U12 players for the 2017-18 season. Interested parties can contact Stuart - (mail.stuart@yahoo.co.uk), or on 07968 116953.

 

Posted 17 May 2017

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Important information 

FAW Club AccrediTation Programme for Season 2017-18

June 1, 2017 - start updating CAP workbook and taking action to ensure compliance

Aug 21, 2017 - submission deadline for CAP workbooks to the league - all clubs to meet standard level as a minimum

Regulations affecting players at Academies

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.

 

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FAW Welfare Policy

SAFEGUARDING POLICY, PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES
Please note section 6.1 page 33 provides guidelines on taking photographs and filming at football games, training and events. The FAW strongly recommends that these guidelines be adhered to.
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