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FA Charter Standard Community Club Of The Year 2018

Jointly Awarded to Shrewsbury Juniors Football Club and Press Junior Football Club

Shrewsbury Juniors Football Club
Shrewsbury Juniors is a club that people are proud to be a part of. Currently showcasing 27 teams ranging from crèche age to adults, including both boys and girls teams and affiliate to 5 different leagues. The Club annually hosts a huge tournament which is extremely successful with 132 teams taking part this year (from as far away as London).  The Club endorse and support the respect campaign and continue to support young people in both JFL courses and Refereeing. We support numerous charities and hold fundraising evenings for these.

Our current fundraising project aim is to offer CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) testing to all eligible aged players within our club. Shrewsbury Juniors prides itself on delivering safe and friendly football for all but more importantly our role in the community. This year the club raised money for The Shropshire Air Ambulance & The Isaac Jones Trust (a local children’s cancer charity) as well as donating a great sum to the Shropshire Junior Football League charity fund.


Press Junior Football Club
A club with close to 300 boys and girls playing football in Shropshire.   All coaches have a minimum Level.1 Football Coaching Badge and the club holds in-house Referees courses for their young volunteers, Safeguarding and First Aid Course for parents and coaches.   Prees Juniors are an Inclusive Football Club where everyone is welcome to train and play for the club no matter ability. The club hosts an annual tournament which is attended by clubs from Shropshire and the wider area and their Girls Tournament raised close to £3000 in the last two years for local charities. The club is proud of its great facilities, including floodlit grass pitch and 3G pitches and  to be a Sister Club to Man City Ladies FC

Photos courtesy of Yarrington Limited.

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