We need new players and in particular a goalkeeper for our Sunday team.
The boys will be year going in to year 8 in September – U13
We play in the Surrey Youth League in Div 2.
We train on a Wednesday
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The NPL Youth Atomics will again be playing in East Berkshire League Division 1 (top division) next season after a 4th placed finish this year.
We are looking for new players to join us to bolster the squad, which is coached by UEFA “B” licenced coach Neil Shipperley. Neil enjoyed a long professional career including time at Chelsea and Crystal Palace, amongst others.
Matches are on Saturday mornings and training on Thursday evenings. Please register interest by clicking “join us” on the club website in the first instance.
NPL Youth Cosmos U12’s are currently looking for new players to join the squad for the U13 season. The move to 11 aside offers the opportunity for 3 players to join the group. The Cosmos are the strongest U12 side at NPL and play in the top division of their league. The coach creates a positive learning environment that has helped the group succeed in winning the league cup at U10’s and U12’s. Coaching sessions are on a Wednesday night and matches are every Saturday morning. The coach is currently Level 2 & YM3 but looking to continue with UEFA B license in the future. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Antony on 07766004270 for more information.
NPLYFC U14 United will play in the 2nd division of the East Berkshire League. A well-established team, we are nonetheless interested in recruiting additional players to further strengthen the squad for the coming season. We play on Saturdays and train on a Tuesday evening. If you are are under 14 on 1 September (likely to be starting school year 9) please register your interest by clicking “join us” on the club web site menu.
Congratulations to both U15 Jets and U12 Cosmos for wining their EBFA League cup on Saturday.
Cosmos stunned their opposition FC Bracknell with a comfortable 4-0 win, while the Jets had a slightly more nail-biting penalty shoot-out finish after being unlucky in conceding their 2-0 lead in the last 15 minutes.