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Welcome to the North Bury Junior Football League


Preparing for the new season

Applications for the 2022-23 season will be opened up at the end of May via our electronic application form (see below). The link to the form is not yet activated.

Fixture e-mails and Contact Details

Team coach contact details are not managed by the league for fixture e-mails. Information is drawn directly from coach’s Whole Game System profiles. This process is controlled by clubs – wrong or missing info in WGS means wrong or missing info on fixture e-mails.

Before the season starts, managers and administrators (those set-up by their club secretaries in WGS) will get an e-mail invite to FA Full-Time. You need to accept this to receive fixture e-mails and text messages to submit results.

Referees Marks

Please remember to mark your referee when one has been allocated to your game. This can be done via FA Full-Time or now through the FA Matchday app.

Your match result will not be approved until this is completed.


Important Information for Clubs and Managers

This section also contains age group specific info and team admin guidance.

Including links to Lancashire FA and Manchester FA websites.

If you’ve already submitted your 2022-2023 season application form but need to add a team, remove a team or change any team details, please submit the form below…

Applications to join the league for next season (2022-23) are now open.

  • Applications to join the North Bury League should be completed by club secretaries (not individual team managers). To complete the form you will need full contact details for your Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and Welfare Officer along with the age group and names of all teams being entered.
  • Entry fees for 2022-23 season will be £75 per team.
  • To play in the North Bury League – your team / club will need….
    • To be affiliated with your local County FA.
    • To have your own pitches and equipment (in line with youth soccer recommended sizes etc. for your age groups) – we are not a central venue league.
    • To be able to play on Saturday mornings with a latest kick-off of 12:00 noon.
    • To use FA Full Time and the FA Whole Game System for team, player, fixture and results information, management, and data entry.
    • To abide by NBJFL rules and the FA Standard Code of Rules for Youth Football (see links above).

Our League….

85

Clubs Taking Part

490

Teams Registered

6,300

Players Playing

Our league and its clubs shall support the FA’s Respect programme. We recognise that everyone in football has a collective responsibility to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place.

A Respect League values the contribution of match officials, players and spectators and ensures that they are treated with courtesy and fairness by opposing players, club officials and spectators.

About Us

Run by a dedicated group of local volunteers, our league provides hundreds of teams and thousands of youngsters with the opportunity to play development and competitive football.

Want to Help?

We are always looking for help. If you are interested in supporting our league, please get in touch.

Contact

General Queries: gisouter@icloud.com