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Rayleigh Boys

Rayleigh Boys

New Players Hotline:

Telephone: 07895603252
Mobile:
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.rayleighboysyouthfc.org.uk/

About the club

Rayleigh Boys Mission Statement:

It is the aim of Rayleigh Boys Youth Football Club to promote a safe environment for children to learn, develop and enjoy playing youth football in the community.

The club, through affiliation to the Football Association, is committed to a structured approach of training and development using FA qualified and CRB approved Managers and Coaches to install the underpinning knowledge to improve each player’s abilities and appreciation of the rules of playing football.  

Through a transparent structure with teams of all age groups and abilities, no child will be excluded from participating in football on the grounds of gender, disability, culture, language, racial origin, religious beliefs or sexual orientation. With every manager / coach competently trained in child protection the welfare of every child is of paramount importance. The club will always foster a culture of fair play and friendship throughout all of its activities with emphasis on playing the game in a fair and honest manner, showing the utmost respect for our opponents in victory and defeat

Matches and Training

Rayleigh Boys Under 7's and Under 10's currently play their home matches at  Rayleigh Town FC

Rayleigh Boys Under 8's and Under 9's currently play their home matches at  Grove Park

11-A Side  teams play at either Grove Park or  Fairview Park

Rayleigh Boys train at Grove Park, Spring Gardens, Fairview Park,  John Fishers or King Georges Park

Upcoming Events

Santa Dash

Date: 11th December 2020
Time: 09:00 AM - 15:30 PM

Virtual KS1 Skipping competition

Date: 14th December 2020
Time: 09:00 AM - 15:00 PM

Virtual LKS2 Skipping competition

Date: 15th December 2020
Time: 09:00 AM - 15:00 PM

Latest News

Disney Active Play Through Storytelling

The FA shooting stars programme inspired by Disney uses franchises including Frozen, Toy Story 4, Incredibles 2, Aladdin and Marvels' Guardians of the Galaxy to tell stories and encourage your girls to think about football as something for them ( not…

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School Games virtual conference

Yesterday Thursday 19th November, Kirk and I were part of 450 other SGO's from around the country coming together to share good practice, celebrate successes and network. 

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Whole School Virtual skipping challenge

A whole school personal challenge in the form of skipping. Children participate in age categories: KS1, LKS2, UKS2.  

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