LEWES FC JUNIORS NEWS
The FA have now issued further advice and some Lewes FC Juniors Teams will now be returning to offering competative football. Existing members will have received detailed gudiance from the club about the return to football activity.
Before your child engages in competative football we need parents to confirm they have read the FA guidance relating to training.
Please read the guidance on the links below:
U10 and U11 Girls teams winners at the Sussex FA Futsal Tournament.
U11 Girls win the Sussex FA Futsal Tournament
LEWES FC JUNIORS presentation evening at LEWES Town Hall.
There was a fantastic turnout at the first LEWES FC JUNIORS presentation evening. It was great to see so many children receive their trophies and thanks to the representatives from LEWES FC who came and presented the awards.
LEWES Under 11 Girls win the Seaford Town Under 11 Girls Tournament
Lewes Under 11 girls were victorious in the Seaford Town Under 11 Girls Tournament beating Newhaven in the final in stormy conditions.
LEWES FC JUNIORS LAUNCHED
In an exciting development, Lewes Bridge View Junior Football Club are ‘teaming up’ with Lewes FC.
The new Junior section will be called Lewes FC Juniors and will play in the iconic red and black Lewes kit. The Junior section, who currently run 15 teams for boys and girls of all ages, caters for around 200 local youngsters and is managed, organised and led by an army of volunteers from the town.
The new partnership gives everyone in Lewes of all ages, abilities and genders the opportunity to become involved in a partnership committed to providing football for all.
Mark Wignall, Chair of Lewes Bridge View, commented: “Our shared vision is a sustainable and successful football club for the whole community, with equal facilities and opportunities for boys and girls.”
Lewes FC Chairman, Stuart Fuller, said: “A couple of years ago, Lewes Bridge View became an anchor tenant of our new 3G all-weather facility and showed a real commitment to our club. This new partnership feels like a very natural next step and creates an end-to-end pathway for football in Lewes and the surrounding areas.”
Fuller also stressed that the club’s work with other local junior clubs continues as before and that pathways into the Rooks’ and Rookettes’ teams and use of all its facilities and coaches remain open to all.
One player who has made his way from Bridge View, through Lewes FC to the ranks of professional football is David Wheeler, now at Exeter City. David visited the Pan last week to celebrate the news of the new partnership with Bridge View managers and players.
He commented: “Having played for both teams, and grown up in Lewes I am delighted that this move is finally happening. I’m very grateful for the coaching I received from both Bridge View and Lewes, which has enabled me to pursue a career in professional football. I hope that this partnership will help give more local young players the chance of playing for Lewes and beyond.”
LEWES FC becomes the first Football Club in the world to treat men and women equally.