Over 500 players came together to celebrate another fantastic season of football. Players (girls and boys) from 5 to 17 were all presented with a trophy in recognition of their contribution to the teams. Too many thank yous to mention everyone, but particular thanks to all the volunteers who make this club a friendly and happy place to play the beautiful game.
Upton JFC Girls are looking forward to going to the Frodsham tournament. U7 and U9 teams will be in action on Saturday 23rd and U11 and U13 on Sunday 24th. Updates and photos to follow.
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN
AGM – The Club Annual General Meeting will be held at the British Legion on Heath Road, Upton on Tuesday 19th June at 7pm. All Club members are encouraged to attend.
The Club’s Annual Presentation Day will be held at The Cheshire (County Offices) on Plas Newton Lane on Sunday 8th July from 11am. The schedule for the day is as follows:
The club has reviewed the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulations and has published a Privacy Notice and Data Protection Policy, links to both are on the Welfare Page. Any queries please get in touch.
Where: Upton Golf Club, Upton Lane, CH2 1EE
When: 8pm Friday 8 June 2018
What: Live music from “The Fakes” & hot buffet
Cost: £15.00 per ticket, payable at the door.
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Upton JFC is delighted to have been designated an SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centre from the FA. Sessions for girls aged 5-11 will start on 14 April. Please click the logo, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact us and find out more information. #SSEWildcats
Upton JFC is delighted to announce that we are now a sister club with Liverpool Ladies FC. There are a number of benefits of this, including training sessions for players and coaches.
On Saturday 6 January, 15 lucky girls went to the Liverpool Ladies home ground for their first event.
Bingo Night was a huge success raising over £620.00 which will be allocated for top up match day kits.
Many thanks to all for organising, Ken, Lindsay and of course, Bingo Master, Alan Dymond.
Thanks also to all who attended and donated raffle prizes.
Upton JFC is proud to announce that they are the 2017 recipients of the Cheshire FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year award. The club prides itself on its inclusive philosophy and endeavours to provide football for all; this has been demonstrated this season with the development of girls’ football training, and the inclusion of a new Open Age team and the well-established Vets team in the Chester & Wirral League.
These initiatives have proved very successful, with over 50 girls now training each week, and teams preparing to play competitively in the Cheshire Girls League next season. Additionally, there was success for the Open Age team in winning the Cayzer Shield, a match played at the Chester FC stadium.
Upton Girls at the penalty shoot-out fundraising for the Club. Many thanks to Manleys solicitors for their very generous kit sponsorship for next season.
The junior boys’ teams within the club, continue to go from strength to strength, with strong numbers in all age groups. There has also been great success this year, with the U10, U11, U12, U13, U14 and U15 teams all represented in Cup Finals. The U12’s winning the Knock Out Shield, while the very successful U14’s team won both the Eastham & District JFL Cup and the Chester & District Knock Out Cup.
Upton JFC Open Age Team celebrate their 2-1 win in the Cayzer Shield
As Steve Stewart, Chief Executive Officer of Cheshire FA said, “the annual FA Community Awards presented by McDonald’s aim to recognise and reward the people and organisations that are driving grassroots football.
There is no doubt that the quantity and quality of all our Award Winners this year is a brilliant reflection of the astounding work that is being carried out by volunteers and clubs – male and female – young and old – across Cheshire.”