A REVIEW OF 2012-13 ...
The 2012-13 season will probably be remembered as one decimated by the weather, with pitches unfit for matches and training
on many occasions. Despite the weather, Wadhurst JFC had another successful season with all teams full to capacity and
waiting lists on all the mini teams.
Achievements included the U18s winning the League Cup Final for the second consecutive season and again finished 2nd in
the A Division by just one point, having won all but two of their matches scoring 63 goals.
The u7s and u11s Wanderers were both awarded the League Sportsmanship Award for their age group.
The Club embarked on their first ‘International Tour’ to Holland and towards the end of the season training commenced with an u12s girls team.
WELCOME TO THE 2013-14 SEASON
Wadhurst JFC is an FA Charter Standard Club, a supporter of the FA Respect Campaign and is proud to have been awarded the FA Respect County Fair Play Award for the 2010-11 Season. We are a local football club and aim to provide football at a variety of levels for our members in a structured, safe and enjoyable environment, welcoming both boys and girls.
This season we will be providing football coaching and matches for approximately 250 members, with 17 teams registered in the Crowborough League, from u7s to u18s, and one u13 team registered with the Kent Youth League. We also provide training for
up to 30 players at u5/u6 (Reception and Year 1).
All our Coaches are volunteers and are minimum Level 1 qualified with the associated First Aid, Safeguarding and CRB requirements. All parent helpers and first aiders are also CRB’d.
The Club will continue to provide in-house Goalkeeper training and also runs several Football Courses each year at Easter,
Whitsun and during the Summer holidays, open to members and non-members.
The Club would not exist without the many volunteer coaches, parent helpers, committee members, Saturday helpers, referees and Sponsors, so a big 'thank you' to all those who come forward and become involved in the club. We are always looking for more volunteers, so please come forward if you would like to become involved in the Club.