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Community Programme

Fun Weeks, After School  Sessions & Girls Activities 

Parent Satisfaction rating: 9/10

For 2022-23, parents and guardians gave our programme, on average, a satisfaction score of 9/10 stars!

Jersey FA's Community Programme delivers football activities for children in the island, in partnership with Jersey Sport.

We run the popular Holiday Fun Weeks, After School Skills Sessions, Wildcats Centres for girls and also deliver in curricular lessons at local schools.

All of our sessions focus on fun and enjoyment, with the coaching following the FA's 4 Corner Model.

For those boys and girls who've not played before, the sessions provide a great introduction to the sport, while they also offer more opportunities to children who already play. We aim to help children improve their technical ability, gain confidence in decision-making, develop physical literacy, play with and meet friends in a fun, learning and creative environment.

In addition, the Community team also provides support to local clubs with Minis sections.

Get in touch

Jersey FA Community Team 

01534 730433

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Meet the Jersey FA Community Coaches

The Community team has three full time staff, Lucy Even (left), Daniel Seviour (centre) and Jody Byrne (right). They're supported in the delivery of the sessions, by a committed and enthusiastic group of male and female FA Level 1 and Level 2 qualified coaches. They've all attained their FA Emergency Aid and FA Safeguarding Children certificates.

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Coach - Daniel Seviour
The Community Programme has developed from 40 to 200+ children involved on a weekly basis. We run sessions four evenings a week and our Holiday Fun Weeks continue to grow
- Daniel Seviour, Lead Community Coach

reporting concerns

If you feel that an adult 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 that the FA has produced, voiced by Jersey's Graeme Le Saux, explaining how to report your concerns. Of course, everything is completely confidential.