Holsworthy Youth was founded in 1989; it has grown considerably with upwards of 100 boys and girls
training each week with us. This season we have eight teams playing in the North Devon League.
All managers undergo DBS checks, First Aid Training and achieved Level One Coaching qualification also FA Learning / Safeguarding Children’s Workshop. We also have two of our own qualified Welfare Officers on hand.
Our aim is to give every member the opportunity to gain experience in team work and discipline, join in physical activities, improve self-esteem and confidence but most importantly make friends and have fun whilst improving their football skills.
The Youth is one of the biggest organisations in Holsworthy and we are therefore almost full in each age group. We do operate a waiting list system.
If you are interested in joining Holsworthy Youth or would like to become a member of our friendly committee please contact our Youth Secretary on 01409 253907
Chairperson: Jason Jones
Vice Chairperson: Sam Wonnacott
Secretary: Ivor Phillips
Treasurer: Sam Wonnacott
Minutes Secretary: Rebecca Moore
Youth Welfare Officers: Ivor Phillips, Emma Wright
Covid Officer: Sharon Lee
Facilities Development Officer: Adam Chidley
Chartered Standard Coordinators: Charlotte Chidley, Rachel Schiller
Commercial Coordinator: Alex Bayley
Fund Raising Officer: Jane Ivey
Press Officer: Gary Brownjohn
Respect: Charlotte Chidley
Also on the committee are: Lyndon Piper, Amy Clarke, Terina Ellacott,
Louise Blackman, Sheryl Holland, Clare Jones
Holsworthy Youth Teams 2020/21
Click LINK for each group's Fixtures & Results.
Under FA Rules for mini - soccer no results or league tables to be published for Under 8's to Under 11’s.
Holsworthy Youth U11's LINK
Managers: Phil O'Reilly & Scott Hayler
Team Reps: Mel O’Reilly &Hannah Piper
Staying Safe Online
The internet is now central to how children stay in touch with their friends and family. However the internet while bringing many benefits and opportunities also opens up new risks and challenges.
The FA has teamed up with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.