Our association was founded to bring together young persons of every background and all ages and play organised games for their clubs. We are always happy to welcome new clubs to our league. Drop in and see us – we’d love to meet you!
The League works with Monmouthshire County Council Sports Development and the Wesh Football Trust to help develop Girls Football in East Gwent
If there are not enough players in clubs to form teams, then the league may consider running a girls represetative team and entering them into a Girls Football League.
East Gwent League 0 - 1 Torfaen Junior League
Wednesday 14th October - kick-off at 7:00pm
Caldicot Town Football Club
Islwyn League U16s 0 - 4 East Gwent League U16s
Wednesday 30 September 2015 - kick-off 7:00 pm
Aberbargoed FC, Bedwellty Road, Aberbargoed CF81 9AY
The league organises trials for players from different clubs to come together to form a league representative side. We enter appropriate inter-league competition arranged by the Gwent County FA. Click on the link to find out latest information. The East Gwent Representative Team is run by Andy Beattie.
Gwent County Inter-League 2014-15 - Under 16s
Newport & District League 1-5 Islwyn League
At Llanwern High School, Newport. On Thursday 18th September 2014, kick-off 7-00 pm
Newport & District League 2-3 East Gwent League
At Llanwern High School, Newport. On Thursday 25th September 2014, kick-off 7-00 pm
Islwyn League 0-3 East Gwent League
At Llanwern High School, Newport. On Thursday 2nd October 2014, kick-off 7-00 pm
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 registered by member clubs on the FAW Comet system before they can play organised football.