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
  • 5-A-Side festival football for Under 7’s
  • 5-A-Side for Under 8’s with additional Futsal games
  • 7-A-Side for Under 9’s and 10’s with additional Futsal games
  • 9-A-Side for Under 11’s & 12’s
  • 11-A-Side for Under 13’s, 14’s & 15’s (2021/22)
  • 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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  • Club Intentions/Application Season 2021/22

    Player, Team & Club Development is our key objective Our goal is to give our young players the best footballing experiences possible Festival Football for Under 7’s Mini Soccer 5v5 for Under 8’s with additional Futsal games Mini Soccer 7v7 for Under 9’s & 10’s with additional Futsal games 9-A-Side for Under 11’s & 12’s… VIEW

  • The Start Date For Fixtures

    The Management Committee of the BCFA Youth League met last night, 1st March 2021 to discuss the return of grassroots football and finishing the 2020/21 season as well as some forward planning for 2021/22. Our main objective is to provide as much football as we can and give more teams in the competitive age groups… VIEW

    ‘Non-Elite’ Football Suspended Following Latest Covid-19 Restrictions

    We note the UK Government’s announcement on Monday 4 January with regards to the new national COVID-19 restrictions and lockdown. As a result, the impact on ‘non-elite’ football in England will include the suspension of fixtures and training across the following with immediate effect: Steps three to six of the National League System Tiers three to seven… VIEW

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