June - August 2017: Clubs to start updating CAP workbook for season 2017-18 and send to the league; Renew DBSs, ensure new coaches book on courses and obtain DBSs.
Clubs to ensure they meet standard level of accreditation as a minimum.
August 31 2017: Deadline day - all clubs to meet standard level as a minimum.
September - December 2017: Clubs to book coaches on appropriate courses when their coach qualifications expire on 31 December 2017. There is no entension for Leaders renewal this season.
January 31, 2018: Deadline day for all clubs to send in updated CAPs if there is any changes to qualifications and DBSs, or they have carried out extra work to meet higher level of accreditation
Players MUST be registered EACH SEASON with the league and hold a player licence to play organised football.
There are six Area Associations in Wales and their borders are defined by the FAW. All Junior players must reside within the boundary of the Area Association. If a player wishes to play outside the area he must get sanction from the Area Association he resides in every season, to play outside the area. It does not matter whether the player had played for a club or not.
June 6, 2014. Please note that all girls up to the age of 16 can play in mixed football within Gwent. Girls up to the age of 16 are allowed to register with East Gwent Junior clubs and have been doing so for many years. .
The FAW rule is that if there is no Girls League in the geographical area of the Area Association then girls, up to the age of 16, can play in mixed football. The Gwent County FA and the East Gwent Junior Youth League have abided by this rule.
Any advise that you may have been given that stated 'girls must stop playing for a mixed team when they reach the age of 12', is misleading information.
The South Wales Girls League, affiliated to the South Wales FA, allows the few girls teams in Gwent to play in their league because there is no Girls football league provision in our area.
5 January 2015: Please note that the Full name (First & Last Name) MUST be printed on Match Report Sheets together with the 6 digit FAW number. No initials, nicknames or old Gwent County Licence Numbers should be used on the form. The FAW number has to be listed for each player that played or was named on the sheet.
Players licence applications must have the photo affixed to the card and the details completed, otherwise they cannot be processd and will be returned to the club concerned.
You can find out about the FAW legal liability policy here
Tournaments/Festivals in Gwent: Clubs need sanction from Gwent County FA to stage a Tournament/Festival - FORM E must be completed. Clubs do not need sanction to play in the Tournament/Festival in Gwent, but need to ensure the Tournament/festival is sanctioned.
Tournaments/Festivals outside Gwent but in Wales: Clubs need sanction from Gwent County FA to play in the Tournaments/Festivals run outside of Gwent but in Wales.
Tournaments/Festivals outside of Wales: Clubs need sanction from Gwent County FA & FAW to play in Tournaments/Festivals outside of Wales. The Gwent County FA will arrange FAW sanction on completion on the relevant form.
Respect the ref's decision!
Stay Behind the line!
Applaud all good play!
Always Encourage players!
Make it a fun, enjoyable, positive experience for young players!
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All aflliated clubs must meet FAW accreditation standards. Click here for more information
All players need to be licensed and registered by member clubs before they can play organised football. To register players please visit the information section of our website.