Herefordshire Junior Football League

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE. The Junior League has suspended all matches, league, cup and friendlies, in line with the latest FA guidance. All clubs have been informed and we will provide updates in due course.


Welcome to the home of The Herefordshire Junior Football League

Managers notice - please click 'Managers' link above right for online handbook.

Each weekend during the season around 2,000 youngsters between the ages of 9 and 16 enjoy playing in teams across the county. With over 30 years experience the league is well organised to ensure the games are played for the enjoyment of all involved.

If you are already involved as a player, parent or manager please use the site to keep up to date with the latest news, fixtures and results and our Rules (managers please refer to the link at the top for information relating to aspects of administration and where to find help).

We're proud to be part of one of the most active junior leagues in the country. Each year over the past 10 years the number of teams in the league has increased and we now provide football for in excess of 150 teams.

Whether you're playing, helping or supporting please remember the league exists to allow kids to enjoy football.

Please give them every support! 



League receives Charter Standard Award

The foundations of everything we do as a League is safeguarding the welfare of the children who play in our Leagues and Cups. Everything else comes second.

This is why we are proud supporters of the FA Respect campaign which is written into our Rules and is now mandatory at every game.

We issue Codes of Conduct and remind everyone involved in games, from players to coaches and spectators, of the need to uphold standards of decency and courtesy. 

The work is never done of course but it was rewarding for the League's work in this direction to be recognised by the FA with the award of Charter Standard status for the League. You can read more about the presentation here.




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