Runcorn Linnets Junior Football Club website
by Web Design Halton

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RuncornLinnetsJFC.co.uk

Runcorn Linnets Junior Football Club Website

Runcorn Linnets Junior Football Club are an English Charter Standard Club based in the Halton area of the Liverpool City Region. The FA Charter Standard is a kitemark that recognises high quality levels of provision in Club football. By awarding Runcorn Linnets Junior Football Club the Charter Standard, 'The FA' confirm that they are a well run, sustainable club, that upholds child protection policies and regards child safety as paramount. The club is ran by a team of fully qualified FA coaches with years of experience in the game.

They have over 30 teams competing in local Junior Football Leagues (JFL's) including: The Halton & District JFL, The Liverpool County FA League, The Merseyside & Halewood JFL, The Belle Vale JFL, The Women's & Youth League, The North West Youth Alliance, The St.Helens & Rainhill JFL, The Warrington JFL and The Chester & Distrit JFL.

Their renowned training 'aKidamey' is based on the Halton Sports playing fields, beside the Runcorn Linnets Football Club Complex. It is a sunday programme where local kids from the age of 3 to 14 years old can make new friends, whilst being introduced to the revolutionary Football Progression System (FPS).

The player awards system has been designed by qualified coaches involved in all aspects of football development, including Grass Roots Football, Professional Club Academies and Center of Excellences. The success of the 'aKidamey' is no doubt down to the academy class training facilities and the guidance of experienced UEFA 'A' Licence Head Coach Keith Cliffe. With a strong emphasis on player enjoyment for the game, the 'aKidamey' provides quality training in a fun and safe environment. All children are welcome, irrespective of their gender, religion or ability. Runcorn Linnets Junior Football Club are indeed a model for other junior football clubs to follow, establishing young competitive teams of both genders year on year.

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