FA RespectFACSLavington Juniors began in October 2004. Originally it started with boys teams playing mini soccer then in September 2006 Mitch Started a new girls team.  After a lot of hard work the club gained Charter Standard in 2009 and each season after that. Including this season 2015/16.

The FA Charter Standard kitemark is awarded to football clubs who provide a high quality football experience. FA Charter Standard clubs are proven to be well run, sustainable, and importantly place child protection, quality coaching and safety paramount.

FA Charter Standard Clubs all feature a trained Welfare Officer

CRB-checked volunteers,Emergency Aid-trained volunteers linked to each team, Respect programme sign-up, a Level One coach for each youth team, appropriate club administration in place

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Lavington Juniors currently consist of Two young boys teams U11s run by Lee Davies and U12s/13s run by Emma Cheetham and a Ladies team also run by Emma Cheetham for any info on these teams please  Email


or Emma- simplysign@aol.com

It is our clubs policy to allow ALL children to play in matches, not just field an elite team.

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Respect scheme

Respect means a lot to me as club secretary.  it means more to me than winning the league (though that would be nice too) it’s nice to know that Respect is still the main message given out by our coaches and players and Supporters to respect the other teams, there coaches and match officials

supporting your team is to applaud everything positive and address everything else through the coach quietly on the training ground

Fair play is a big part of this

The Fair play award is an Annual award given by the FA to the team with the best record of fair play the winner is decided on a points basis given by the other team coaches which makes it even more exceptional

It fills me with pride to say that in season 2014/15 this was awarded to Lavington Ladies