Rozel Team Pictures 2018

Come & Play - Rozel Rovers Ladies

Joe Smith
There is a familiar voice in the dressing of the newest team in the Women's League, Rozel Rovers Ladies.

Meet The Newest team in the Women's League - Rozel Rovers Ladies

Tim Pryor a voice synonymous with local sport from his time at BBC Radio Jersey has taken up the managerial reins at Rozel Rovers Ladies.

Tim what made you decide to enter the managerial hot seat at Rozel Rovers Ladies?

"I've followed local football closely over the past decade in my former job at the BBC and now I’m freed up to get involved myself. I got chatting to Jodie Botterill after I’d hosted the JFA/Combination end of season night, and she mentioned Rozel were forming a new women’s team. It sounded exciting, I’d had a few beers, and suddenly I was putting myself forward as manager."

Have you been pleased with your squad’s Pre-season preparation?

"Yes, really pleased. Ciara Giles has put on some excellent sessions as our head coach and the players have generated a great atmosphere at training. We’ve had two friendlies and had two really positive performances. Ideally we need a few more players involved but it’s tough at this time of year with lots of people away on holiday or unavailable. We’d be keen to hear from any potential players."

The Women’s League will face a new test this Season from Ormer FC, what will the introduction of playing the Guernsey side bring to the League?

"It’ll be a good challenge and give our players chance to test themselves against a different opposition rather than coming up against players they’ve already encountered numerous times."

As the newest team in the league what are you expectations for the new season?

"You can’t read too much into pre-season results, but our two games have shown that we should be really competitive in our debut season. We’ve got a young squad with plenty of potential to get better and better, mixed with some of the island’s top performers in recent years. Team morale is great and that’ll count for a lot too."

What would you say to any players, looking to take part in Womens Football this season?

"Please come and join us at Rozel! We’ve got a great bunch of girls and our whole ethos is around having fun and enjoying our first season."

Find out how you Can Join The Women's LEAGUE This Season Below

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Rozel Rovers Squad Picture 2018
2018 Rozel Rovers Ladies
Women & Girls FAQs

When you sign for a club make sure you have paid your Jersey FA registration fee (£35). This is mandatory and ensures that you are insured should you get injured while playing for your club.

If you are interested in coaching, refereeing or volunteering in football, contact Jersey FA Community Coach for Girls contact Lucy Even via email: or via mobile: 07700347327

If you are looking for information on playing opportunities for girls aged between 5 and 12 years old contact Jersey FA Community Coach (Girls) Lucy Even via email: or via mobile: 07700347327

If you are aged 16+ and would like to take part in Senior Women's football. Within the Jersey Football Combination Women’s League there are four local clubs that represent Women’s football in Jersey; Grouville FC, JTC Jersey Wanderers FC, Rozel Rovers FC and and St Lawrence FC all participate in 12 league fixtures and 2 cup competitions.

If you would like to participate in women's football or try out a training session, in the first instance contact the team you would like to play for.

Grouville Ladies FC: Tara Marie 07797742313
JTC Jersey Wanderers Ladies FC: Sian Noble 07797825715
Rozel Rovers FC: Ciara Giles 07700807689
St. Lawrence Ladies FC: Chris Riley - 07829 743100

Contact the club you are considering to join, they will inform you when the next training session is available. You can give a few training session a try to see if you enjoy it and the club will provide you with any further information that you may need to know.

You must be aged 16 years or above to play for a Senior Women's Football team in Jersey.

Jersey Football Combination Clubs will accept players of all ability's, from first time players, to more experienced players.

Fixtures are generally played on Sunday mornings around 10:30am as well as some midweek evening fixtures throughout the season. Most clubs train twice a week between Mondays – Thursday 6 – 8pm.

Jersey FA Community Coach for Girls Lucy Even is happy to help you with any other Questions you might have. Contact Lucy Even via email: or via mobile: 07700347327

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