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DXTL, Announce 3 Year Kit Deal From Ref Support UK. In Support Of The DXTL Green Card Award Initiative.

DXTL, Are proud to announce that REF Support UK will be supporting the Respectability, green card and fair play award program for grassroots football.

Over the next 3 years two small sided teams will be awarded a brand new kit consisting of 9 outfield players and one goalkeeper,  donated by Ref Support UK. A massive thanks to them.This year’s winners of the green card fair play award, we’re Quarry Green who play in the Walton & Kirkdale Junior Football League Merseyside, and Shaw Lane,who play in the Sheffield  District Junior Sunday League Congratulations to them both.#REFspect

To participate in this 2017/18.  Teams and spectators  simply take with them.  REFspect, Fair Play, Encouragement,   and Respectability on and off the field of play.

Don’t X The line and its volunteers will do the rest.

Good Luck To All

REFspect News 2017

reFspect Poem DXTL
reFspect Poem DXTL

Now we have settled down after the Christmas break we plan for another successful REFspect awareness weekend,  and can now categorically state that REFspect is certainly well established at grassroots football  and will only get bigger and better from here on in.

We would like to thank football’s governing bodies especially the PGMOL, and The PFA FOR their continued support along with the County FA’s. Liverpool FC, Everton FC, Arsenal FC, Man United & Sunderland with many more clubs to follow.

Thanks to Grassroots Football UK & One Two Magazine who have added extra support to the DXTL,  REFspect annual awareness  weekend scheduled for April 1st 2017. On board  are Sheffield & District Junior Sunday League, Lostock Hall JFC, committees clubs and leagues all around the UK.

The message of REFspect is certainly Loud and Clear. “No Referee No Game.

Thank you all for your continued support.

wherever you are this weekend please show respect especially to commemorate the 1914 Christmas truce.

Christmas Truce1914 over. Now, let the Battle Commence
Christmas Truce1914 over. Now, let the Battle Commence

Mal” again talks about sending in your photo’s of your team to your local County FA, to commemorate  the Christmas truce and game of football that took place in 1914 between German soldiers and British soldiers who became Allies for short time of peace, before taking up there positions and become enemies again. A remarkable story that really does deserve our respect.