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"Primary School Football "

Jersey  Primary School Sports Association 

Football has the unique ability to capture the hearts and imagination of school children, enhance everyday school life and play a key role in supporting whole school improvement.

The Jersey Primary Schools Sports Association 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.

Get in touch

Jersey FA Collas Crill Community Team

(9am-5pm Mon-Friday)

Daniel Tel: 07797799491

Lucy Tel: 07700347327

Jody Tel: 07797923209

Jersey FA Office Tel: 01534 730433

Email: Lucy.Even@JerseyFA.com

Email: Jody.Byrne@Jerseyfa.com

#FootballForAll

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.

"Secondary School Football" 

Football has the unique ability to capture the hearts and imagination of school children, enhance everyday school life and play a key role in supporting whole school improvement.

This can be achieved through The FA Secondary School Programmes, which is football’s lasting commitment to providing schools with child friendly programmes, high quality services that schools value, while actively engaging with teachers to ensure we complement their work.
 
There is also a choice from four different programmes to get involved with:
  • After School Football
  • Leadership
  • Intra School Football
  • Inter School Football (working with ESFA and ISFA)

It’s free to be involved, simple to sign up and a whole range of benefits are readily accessible.

Sign Up

Get in touch

Head of School Football Gareth Wood

Email: g.wood@grainville.sch.je

Tel: 01534 8229007

Jersey Secondary School Schedule 

Year 7 Teams

Year 7A and 7B play friendlies against each other. There is a Year 7A and 7B end of season round robin tournament towards the end of term during one afternoon.

  • St Michaels
  • Le Rocquier
  • Les Quennevais
  • Grainville
  • Haute Vallee
  • Victoria College
  • De La Salle

Year 8 Teams

Year 8A and 8B play friendlies against each other. at the end of the season Year 8A have a knock out cup whilst 8B have a round robin tournament over one afternoon.

  • St Michaels
  • Le Rocquier
  • Les Quennevais
  • Grainville
  • Haute Vallee
  • Victoria College
  • De La Salle

Year 9 Teams

Year 9A and 9B play friendlies against each other. There is a Year 9A and 9B end of season round robin tournament towards the end of term during one afternoon.

  • Le Rocquier
  • Les Quennevais
  • Grainville
  • Haute Vallee
  • Victoria College
  • De La Salle

Year 10 and Year 11 Teams

Each school has one team at Year 10 and one team at Year 11 who also play friendlies and each year group has its own knockout cup.

  • Hautlieu
  • Le Rocquier
  • Les Quennevais
  • Grainville
  • Haute Vallee
  • Victoria College
  • De La Salle

Year 11 Teams

  • Hautlieu
  • Le Rocquier
  • Les Quennevais
  • Grainville
  • Haute Vallee
  • Victoria College
  • De La Salle