Brentwood Community Football Alliance Youth League

The Brentwood Community Football Alliance Youth League (BCFAYL) was set up in 2015 in response to demands from Clubs to continue the good work of the previous season running festivals for the youngest age groups.

This League sets out to be collaborative, progressive and adaptive, focussing on player development and a structure to support the member clubs.

The Key features of the League are:

  • Focus on Player, Team and Club development
  • Give young players the best footballing experiences possible
  • Festival football for Under 7’s
  • Festival football & Mini Soccer for Under 8’s with additional Futsal games
  • Mini Soccer for Under 9’s and 10’s with additional Futsal games
  • 9-A-Side for Under 11’s with additional Futsal games (2017/18)
  • Inter-League fixtures
  • Manager and Coaching courses organised by the League
  • Low Annual subscription fees
  • Work with Clubs to keep fines to a minimum
  • Look to add additional age groups as the League develops

The BCFAYL is an organisation that genuinely cares about football, the young people playing the game and the volunteers that give their time to ensure it all happens.

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    Regional accolades in the 2017 FA Community Awards

    Essex grassroots football has cause to celebrate following news that Maldon Saints YFC coach James Cole and the Brentwood Community Football Alliance have received regional accolades in the 2017 FA Community Awards. Recently local volunteers were recognised by the Essex County FA through the county stage of the awards, presented by McDonald’s, and winners were… VIEW

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    Essex FA Charter Standard League of the year for 2017

    BCFA Youth League has been awarded the FA Charter Standard League of the year for 2017 in Essex. We received the following notice from the ECFA this morning: ‘As you are aware the search for grassroots heroes in Essex went on during February and March for a number of categories in the FA Community Awards.… VIEW


    FA Give League Pilot The Green Light

    We are always trying to improve and give our young players the best footballing experience as possible. At our last committee meeting our vice chairman Mike Jackson suggested that we should apply to the FA to run a pilot which would enable girls football teams to play a year down. The reason for this is… VIEW