Combination Youth

Youth Football

"Creating a Fun, Safe Environment for All"

There has never been a more exciting time to get into children's football.

There are over 2,200 players of all ages involved in football who are supported by 500+ volunteers working alongside the Jersey FA to ensure the grassroots game flourishes and continues to be the Island's number one participation sport. In association with the Jersey Football Combination League, clubs and schools, there is now a pathway for young players to develop and enjoy the game.

Small-sided formats such as 5v5, 7v7 and 9v9 are at the forefront of delivery within our youth leagues as the Youth Development Review takes shape, and the future of the game is designed to increase the number of touches of the ball, develop confidence and skill in 1v1 situations while assisting with the long term player development of young footballers.

Jersey Football Combination Junior League Committee

  • Charlie Browne: Jersey Football Combination President
  • Andrew Boustouler Jersey Football Combination Junior league Secretary
  • Brian Oliver Committee Member
  • Mark Le Cornu Committee Member
  • Ken Le Brun Committee Member
  • Daniel Seviour Committee Member
  • Jennifer Browne Welfare Officer
  • Gary Tumelty Committee Member
  • Lucy Even Committee Member

Get in touch

Jersey FA Office

(9am-5pm Mon-Friday)


Tel: 01534 730433


Jersey FA Collas Crill Community Programme Boys & Girls

Jersey FA Collas Crill Community Programme (5-11s) in Partnership with Jersey Sport

Providing opportunities to play football for Children aged 5-11

  • After Skill School Sessions.
  • In-curricular P.E Sessions.
  • Jersey FA Holiday Fun Week.
  • Jersey FA Free Fun Nights For Girls.
  • Links to Local Football Clubs.
  • Opportunities for Girls.
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Reporting Concerns


If you feel that an adult connected to your league or club (e.g. a referee, coach or a volunteer) is mistreating someone under the age of 18, there are various confidential ways you can report this.

By ‘mistreating’, we mean behaving towards under-18s in a physical or verbal way you believe is threatening or makes the young person feel scared or bad.

Find out more and watch a short film The FA has produced explaining how to report your concerns. Of course, everything is completely confidential.


Girls across the county will be provided with increased opportunities to play football after a new nationwide participation programme was announced.