Actavo Monmouthshire Junior Association Football League



Welcome to the Actavo Monmouthshire Junior Association Football League. Formerly the East Gwent Junior AFL. 


The League operates in the area of the current Monmouthshire County Council, in South East Wales, and is affiliated to the Gwent County Football Association. Subject to demand, the League provides junior football for Under 7s up to Under 16s age groups. Nearly 100 teams and 1500 players enjoy organised football with the League.




Join a grassroots junior youth football teamClick here.


Sponsorship 2023-24

We are pleased to announce the continued sponsorship of the league by Actavo PDC.  Actavo PDC fisrt sponsored the league in 2023-24 and it is great news that they have sponsored the league for another season.  
Actavo PDC sponsorship will help the league with the provision of organised football for children in Monmouthshire.  It will be used to help encourage teams and players to participate at this difficult time following two seasons with Covid restrictions.  For season 2022/23, the sponsorship will enable the league to provide free team entry to the league and cover the provision of all the league and cup trophies.

Latest News

FAW Club Accreditation

Season 2023-24: Clubs need to complete and submt information via the Club Accreditation App on the Comet System if they were not accredited last season or wish to acheive a higher level.


Please ensure all DBSs and coach qualifications are valid for the coming season

Small-Sided Football 

The FAW has updated its small sided football regulations.

 - U7s to U11s play festival style games

- U12s is a max of 20 weeks competitive football, 

- U13s now play 9v9 competitive competitions

Coaching Courses

Book courses on the online coach education website at:


Visit the website for the lastest information on FAW courses - leaders, first aid, safeguarding, revalidation workshops and lots more.


FAW Comet System

Players and coaching staff  MUST be registered by each club on the FAW Comet System for Season 2023-24. Registration is now open.


Clubs must register team entry for league competitions on the FAW Comet system for Season 2023-24

Click here to see all club notices

Click here for the all news from the league

Click here for the league's Privacy Notice

Important information 

FAW Safeguarding

FAW Safeguarding/acreditation workshop - Tuesday 10th July 2018 at Dragon Park 18.30 start
The workshop will last approximately two and a half hours and will incorporate a presentation on the day to day duties of being a Club Safeguarding Officer, as well as information on the Club Accreditation Process. Topics covered include the DBS check process, FAW DBS risk assessment procedures for coaches and volunteers, referrals, day to day Safeguarding related queries and the Club Accreditation process. Safeguarding Officer and Accreditation Officer should attend, however, if they are unable to attend please feel free to send another representative.No more than two attendees are present from each club at this workshop.
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Please note section 6.1 page 33 provides guidelines on taking photographs and filming at football games, training and events. The FAW strongly recommends that these guidelines be adhered to. Always consult FAW safeguarding for the latest information.
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Regulations affecting players & clubs in different countries

Please note that the United Kingdom has 4 separate National Football Associations, and international football regulations apply between the countries that make up the UK.  Our league borders counties in England that comes under jurisdiction of the English FA, and there are clubs within 50 km who play in the English Pyramid System.  Plus, we play games on Sundays and they may play games on Saturdays. It is important you understand the following: -


Under FIFA Regulations


  1. A player 7 years of age or older cannot play for two different clubs in two different countries (e.g. England and Wales, or other country) at the same time.  
  2. A player 10 years of age or older needs to get international clearance to move/transfer between clubs in two different countries - from playing for a junior club team in one country (e.g England or any other country) to play for a junior club in Wales (or vice versa). This has changed as it used to be 12 years of age or older.  


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