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Welcome

Thanks for taking the time to visit the Cumberworth Junior Football Club website. We hope you find the information useful and informative. It is hoped that this site will become a central place for spreading information about the club and the activities taking place at each age group.

5-A-SIDE FOOTBALL FESTIVAL & TOURNAMENT

Cumberworth Football Club has great pleasure in inviting you to their annual 5-a-side football festival and tournament, on Sunday 14th June 2015 from 10am - (finish time will depend on age group and progression through knock-out rounds).

This event is open to teams in the age groups under 6, under 7, under 9 and under 10’s. All age groups will play 5-aside matches (with up to 3 subs per team). This is a highly successful event with rapid turnaround between games to maintain excitement levels for the kids.

So book early to avoid disappointment.
Click here for entry form and details

Harvest Festival @ Star Pub Cumberworth Sunday 26/10/14 6pm start

The Cumberworth Harvest Festival held every year in the Star Pub will be on Sunday 26/10/14 starting at 6pm.
All are welcome to attend this event as it’s a great way to meet other people involved in the club and raise funds for both the Senior and Junior sections as the money raised will be split between the two.
Each of the junior age groups will be donating a hamper to try and help raise funds, themes can be anything from chocolate to beauty products that will be auctioned off on the day.
This is a family event so try to pop in for a while and say hello who knows you might be lucky and win a hamper!

Volunteers needed on match days

If you cook a mean bacon buttie then please come along to the home games, help out with catering and help raise funds for the club.

Sponsors

The IT Surgery

IT Surgery are sponsoring theU10's team.

Asset Finance Solutions

Asset Finance are sponsoring the U7 and the U12 teams for the 2014/15 season.

The Star Pub in association with Enterprise Inns

The Star Pub are sponsoring the U13 team this season. Thanks very much to them!

Mallinson Transport

Mallinson Transport have sponsored the U14's kit this season.

Aim Design and Build

Aim Design and Build have sponsored the U14's kit this season.

CWS Home Improvements

CWS Home Improvements are sponsoring the U15 team this season.

Vanilla Lettings Agency

Vanilla Lettings Agency are sponsoring the U6 team this season.

Directions to our grounds

Crown Fields, Park Lane, Birds Edge HD8 8XW


View Cumberworth JFC Crown Fields in a larger map

Birds Edge Lane, Birds Edge HD8 8XR


View Birds Edge Ground in a larger map

Welthorne Lane, Ingbirchworth, S36 7GJ


View Welthorne Lane, Ingbirchworth, S36 7GJ in a larger map

Juniors Secretary

Mario Amaral : 07764502178

Welfare Officer

Caroline Higham : 07905342641

Juniors Treasurer

Jo Ricketts


Under 6 Manager

Steven Sullivan : 07545938418

Under 7 Manager

Kenny Mosley : 07951106006

Under 9 Manager

Steve Lawler : 07872832843

Under 10 Manager

John Caven : 07833524435

Under 11 Manager

Tony Higham : 07914433974

Under 12 Manager

Kenny Mosley : 07951106006

Under 13 Manager

Mario Amaral : 07764502178

Under 14 Manager

Stephen Jepson : 07715121347

Under 15 Manager

James Thackra : 07866524394

Interested in joining?

We're always keen to meet new and interested players and welcome them and their families to get involved with the club. If you want to come along then please join us for training - see below for times.
During the winter months through to spring time, training takes place at Penistone Grammar School all weather pitches for some age groups, again please check venue and times below. No studded boots are allowed on the all weather pitches.

Penistone Grammar School
Huddersfield Road,
Sheffield,
South Yorkshire,
S36 7BX

Training Times

Development Coach U5/U6
Summer and Winter
Saturday morning at Crown Fields 9.30am till 10.30am

Under 7
Friday Evening at Crown Fields 5pm till 6pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : inside hall : 5-6pm

Under 9
Thursday Evening at Birds Edge Recreation Ground 5.30pm till 6.30pm
Winter Training (23rd October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Thursdays : inside hall : 5.30-6.30pm

Under10
Friday Evening at Crown Fields 6pm till 7pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : inside hall : 7-8pm

Under11<
Friday Evening at Crown Fields 6pm till 7pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : Outside 3G : 6-7pm

Under12
Friday Evening at Crown Fields 6pm till 7pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : Outside 3G : 6-7pm

Under13
Friday Evening at Crown Fields 7pm till 8pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : Outside 3G : 7-8pm

Under14
Friday Evening at Ingbirchworth 6pm till 7pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : Outside 3G : 7-8pm

Under15
Friday Evening at Ingbirchworth 6pm till 7pm
Winter Training (24th October 2014 - 3rd April 2015)
Fridays : Outside 3G : 6-7pm

All players need to be properly registered with the club before being able to take part in matches but this is a simple form filling proceedure and can happen relatively quickly. Click here for the forms.

The players contribute to the renting of the winter training facility and pay a small match day sub if picked for the team.

Welfare

Being a ‘Charter Standard’ club we are required to observe the FA’s Respect Agenda.
This covers three main areas:

  • Abuse of referees – by players, officials and spectators.
  • Racism.
  • Behaviour – by players, officials and spectators.

The club has a formal code of conduct which adopts the FA Charter Standard Club Programme Code of Conduct principles, and asks that the guidance is observed at all times – most of which hopefully goes without saying, but where it isn’t written down common decency prevails!

The club also adheres to a formally agreed Health & Safety policy.

Registration

If you want to register with the club then there are two forms to complete.Click the links below to download the forms.

The club registration and consent form
The RCD signing on form.
The RCD photo ID form.

Hand the completed forms to your age group manager.

Club History

The current Cumberworth Football Club is a representation of 3 or 4 different football teams that played in the immediate vicinity of Upper Cumberworth in the 1900’s.

Lower Cumberworth FC were very successful in the early 1900’s and won the Huddersfield league on several occasions. Their colours in that era were Amber and Black stripes, white shorts, which is reflected in today’s Amber and Black colours.

Around the First World War, there were teams based at the Forresters pub, the Star, but also at the long defunct Sycamore pub in Lower Cumberworth and the Crown at Birds Edge.

Towards the end of the 20th Century, Birds Edge Football Club merged with what was by then known as Cumberworth Football Club and the club we know today was born, the senior teams being based at the Star in Upper Cumberworth. In recent seasons the senior club had been turning out 4 teams every Saturday, making it one of the biggest clubs in the whole of Kirklees.

The history above helps explain the club badge, which has a crown in the middle of it, from the Crown pub, formerly at the head of Park Lane Birds Edge, next to the Crown Field. The tree represents the Forresters, the Star is self-explanatory and then the three brass balls being the symbol of St Nicholas, the name of the Church at the centre of Cumberworth village.

In terms of Junior Football, the club has successfully turned out sides continually since the first one was introduced in 1983, although the current representation of over 12 teams turning out in Cumberworth colours every weekend represents the strongest that the Junior section has ever been!

On a separate matter and relating to more recent events; Having worked closely with several charitable organisations in order to generate funding for the Changing rooms, which were opened in 2003, there were many stipulations achieved which mean the club was one of the first in the country to achieve Charter Standard status from the FA and subsequently has increased the number of FA Qualified Football Coaches on the clubs register to over eight, across the age groups.