Our Club

 About Our Club

 

 

Hungerford Town Juniors was formed in 1982 to provide youth football on the fringes of West Berkshire with the opportunity to play competitive football for a local team. Since its formation the club has grown year on year and now has 8 teams playing competitively in the North Wilts & District Youth & Minors League.

The club is affiliated to the Berks & Bucks FA and was awarded the FA Charter Standard in 2008. The Charter Standard Scheme is a best practice guide that sets standards of coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Football League and Premier League. As a benchmark for quality, it will improve the playing experience for all. The club are looking to become an FA Charter Standard Development club in the next year.

At Hungerford Town Juniors it is not only about football, the club interacts with the community by taking part in the Hungerford Remembrance Day Parade, Victorian Evening and Carnival. The club also carries out fund raising events and parties throughout the year.

The club also runs regular football schools in the holidays. These are always well supported, not only by the club’s own players but from children outside the Hungerford area.

 

 

 

 

 

If you are keen for your child to interact with others, and are looking to join a local football club, Hungerford Town Juniors offer two free training sessions for new members to decide if they would like to join our friendly club. If you are interested in joining the Club then contact the relevant manager via the Teams pages or e-mail the Secretary..

 

 

 

 

 

 

Club Handbook

The Club Handbook 2016-17 provides all members and parents with information on the club’s constitution, code of conduct, procedures and contacts within the club. The club is run by a volunteer committee. The minutes of the Club Committee meetings are available from the Secretary on request. If there is anything you wish to comment on or bring to the Committee’s attention then please contact your team manager.