Welcome to the home of Little League Football, here you will be able to find out all the information regarding what we do. Please take your time to read and browse the website and take in all the information we have made available.
If any League Secretaries would like to add an article for the footbaLLFocus News/Page to let us know what is going on at your league, please email :-
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Due to our new launch of Social Media, we managed to speak to Joleon Lescott who confirmed that he used to play for Quinton Little League in the West Midlands.
Lescott who played as a Striker and also on the Right Wing went on to play for Wolves, Everton, Manchester City and West Brom. Lescott also has played for England U18, U20, U21 England B and the England National Squad.
Throughout his career so far he currently has 469 Apperances and 40 Goals for Club & Country.
Follow Joleon Lescott on Twitter: @JoleonLescott
There is an upcoming referee's course arranged to start at the end of January at Wilsons School, Wallington, Surrey. The Amateur Football Alliance is aware that there is a need for more referees in the South London area and this is a chance for you to get the qulification.
The Course Schedule is as follows;
|Sunday 25th January 2015||9.00am - 1.00pm||Module 1: Introduction & Instruction|
|Wednesday 28th January 2015||6.30pm - 9.30pm||Module 2: Instruction|
|Sunday 1st February 2015||9.00am - 1.00pm||Module 2: Instruction|
|Wednesday 4th February 2015||7.00pm - 10.00pm||Safegarding Children Workshop|
|Sunday 8th February 2015||9.00am - 1.00pm||Module 2: Instruction|
|Wednesday 11th February 2015||6.30pm - 9.30pm||Module 3: Examinations|
Please note that this course is being operated by the AFA and NOT Surrey County FA. I would like to make you aware that even if you are affiliated with Surrey County FA you are still able to send people on this course.
For more information please contact John Monk on 0208 733 2613 (Option 3)
We are currently in talks with Surrey, London and Birmingham FA in regards to working together to find a easier way to affiliate with them each season.
The FA has since our last update issued a new four year plan that could help us in many ways.
If you have any questions that you would like us to raise on your behalf then please pass them onto firstname.lastname@example.org
As you may recall if you attended the AGM back in July, it is Dennis Jones' intention to step down from the role of NEC Secretary at the end of the season. Obviously it is essential that a replacement be forthcoming and in seeking a volunteer now, there will be a good period of time for the individual to 'shadow' Dennis over the coming months and thus be ready to assume the role with the knowledge of the job and the attendant duties on his retirement.
This is obviously a key position on the National Executive and perhaps would be best filled by an existing League Secretary; that said, previous experiance in such a capacity is not essential and nominations from any 'Little Leaguer' are welcome.
May I ask that you consider putting yourself forward to succeed Dennis and/or aking others in your League aware of the opportunity. I would stress that filling this position is vital for the future of Little League Football.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss further; email@example.com
New Malden Little League are currently looking for players aged 10&11 Years old. Playing each Saturday at Manor Park, New Malden they would be more than happy to welcome you to their League.
For more information please visit their website by clicking here.
It's finally upon us, Little League Football are now on Facebook & Twitter.
Please Follow and Like our pages, please share and retweet them and lets get the Little League Football name out on the World Wide Web as fast as we can and then sit back and watch our numbers grow!!
Since the last NEC Committee meeting a couple of weeks ago I have been in contact with the person that currently keeps our website updated and also have looked into ways of changing things on the website to update it without major changes.
I have had a few replys to the email that I sent out requesting feedback and with the results of that its going to be easier if the website is re-built from scratch. This will of course mean a lot of work over the next couple of months and hopfully the new website will be ready for launch after various tests on the site and of course after you have all seen it hopfully at the Annual General Meeting in July.
I would still appreciate your comments good or bad regarding things on this current website, some of the changes that we will look at changing or adding will be;
Please keep checking back for more updates, in the mean time this website will continue to run in the same manner as before, if you have any questions then please get in contact with me.