10th Anniversary Match

Children just want to play.
Children just want to play.

‘Mal talks about good touch-line behaviour, yes every league requires top of the range facilities we agree but in the meantime while we wait  we have to make do with what we have and while we have the children a referee, and a ball,then  just let us enjoy junior football because they enjoy playing.  The problems  we still have unfortunately is the minority who still disrespect children’s football and who are out to disrupt it with their lack of Respect, our aim at don;t x the line is to re-educate these people and teach them how they should behave in front of children,but we know that the majority are on our side, Mal, also talks about the 10th Anniversary football match for Don’t X  The Line,will you support our Match.?

Nutrition for soccer players

U.K Government recommends Nutrition for Youth Football.
U.K Government recommends Nutrition for Youth Football.



‘Mal talks about Nutrition for soccer players as the U.S  Government recommends that everyone eats more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fat-free and low fat dairy products and seafood, and to be careful to consume fewer foods with sodium (salt), saturated fats, trans fats,cholesterol, added sugars, and refined grains.The emphasis on proper nutrition is important to all of us, but is particularly valuable for the youth soccer player wanting to perform at peak levels and make a strong impact on the field.?

save grassroots football

This used to be changing rooms with toilets, now just flattened ground 1 year on.
This used to be changing rooms with toilets, now just flattened ground  at one of the junior leagues.



‘Mal talks to an organisation called save grass roots football, who are fighting to get facilities at all junior leagues and improve them if you have them. The organisation has Ex footballers Robbie Fowler, Neville Southall and many other well known names on board to put there case to the governing bodies and ask where all the funding is going within grass roots football and is it enough.?

Don't cross the line