Congleton Town Juniors
We are a proud community club that works with local businesses, schools and organisations to provide a fun and safe environment for developing footballers.
Congleton Town FC is an FA Charter Standard Community Club.
The First and reserve teams are based at Cheshire Silk 106.9 Stadium
The Academy, Veterans and Youth/Junior sections are based at Congleton High School
The Club consists of the following teams
First Team who play at Semi Professional Level in the North West Counties League Premier Division.
First Team reserves who play in the Cheshire League Premier Division.
Open Age Academy who play in the Coors Sunday League.
U7s through to U18s teams who play in the Mid-Cheshire Youth Football League.
Veterans Team playing in the Veterans Football League Div 1.
We are an FA Wildcats Centre for girls football and run an U9s girls team playing in the Cheshire Girls League at Moss Farm Northwich.
We enter the League Cup, the Mid-Cheshire District FA Cup and the Cheshire County Cup competitions. Finally at the end of the season, teams often enter various summer tournaments.
Our younger teams, U7s to U10s, play mini-soccer. The U7 & U8 ages play 5v5 and U9 & U10 play 7v7.
The U11 & U12s play a 9v9 format and then at U13s 11v11 when scores are able to be made public.
Our philosophy at Junior level is to be competitive without trying to ‘win at all costs’ – especially in the early years. Ideally we aim to build-up players individual footballs skills and encourage teamwork. As players and teams develop into their mid-teen years the emphasis inevitably shifts towards winning and in theory the early ‘groundwork’, combined with their increased knowledge of the game should translate into results.
Our player development pathway within the club allows for the players to work their way through the age groups all the way to the first team.
In order to join one of our teams, contact the relevant team officials for more information. If you wish to become involved with the club as an official, please contact the club Secretary or Chairman. New teams are formed at the beginning of summer – in particular the early age groups. For enquiries regarding new teams, contact the club Secretary.