Primary School Football

The Primary Schools' League is made up of 10 Divisions an all 29 schools are in membership The league program runs over the full season i. e Autumn and Spring Terms with games being played on a home and away basis.

The Primary Schools' League

The Association runs two K.O. Cup competitions, the Senior Open for the Helier Le Cocq Memorial Trophy and the Minor K.O. Cup for the smaller school which compete for the JC Kezourec Trophy.

Jersey Primary Schools also compete in the ESFA Danone Inter-School competition. a national event which is played over four stages; Local, District, Regional and National. Over 12000 schools compete.

Jersey also enter the Girls' version of the above and the girls are also involved with four local festivals of football.

The Island Representative school team also compete in the ESFA Danone District Competition which is run in much the same way as the Inter-Schools, starting with the District level.

There is an Annual Inter-Insular match with Guernsey which venue alternates between both islands.

The Representative side undertake an annual tour to the South of England playing four matches over the four day trip.

At the end of the Season, during the Easter Holidays, Jersey run a Primary Festival of Football for District teams. from all over the country and beyond.  This season will be the 42nd running of the event.

An Indoor Charity 5-a-side competition is run at Fort Regent every season and that attracts all the primary schools.

Our officials at present are myself as Hon. Sec,  Dan Pateman (Vic Prep School ) is Hon. Treasurer and Andy Willis is Chairman

Coaches to our Rep side are Mark Oliver (Mont Nicolle School) and Robert Cameron (Highlands College)

Girls Primary School Football 2016

The Association runs two K.O. Cuip competitions, the Senior Open for the Helier Le Cocq Memorial Trophy and the Minor K.O. Cup for the smaller school which compete for the JC Kezourec Trophy. Jersey Primary Schools also compete in the ESFA Danone Inter-School competition. a national event which is played over four stages; Local District, Regional and National. Over 12000 schools compete. Jersey also enter the Girls' version of the above and the girls are also involved with four local festivals of football.