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27 Jan 2018 - Sad News

It is with deep sadness and heavy heart, that we have to inform you, that Brian Poyner, long serving Secretary of Arrow F.C. and a member of the League Management Committee, died suddenly this morning. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time. Would all teams participating in matches tomorrow morning, please observe a minute's silence in Brian's memory.

 



09 Dec 2017 - ALL MATCHES OFF TOMORROW - SUNDAY 10 DECEMBER

In view of the grim weather forecast, we have decided to postpone the whole Worcester League programme tomorrow morning (Sunday 10 December). When making this decision, we took into account the difficulties that a lot of players may encounter in travelling across the West Midlands.



02 Nov 2017 - Updated Link to Worcester League Full-time Site

You may have noticed that the FA are currently improving access to Fulltime for mobile users.  Whilst the improvements continue I have altered the Worcester League fulltime link at the top of this page to direct to the orginal site. 

The new user interface for mobile users can still be accessed via this link

http://fulltime-league.thefa.com/Index.do?league=5804612

It would appear that club contact details are now available via this interface which is linked to WholeGame System.  It's important that club officials maintain their personal contact details in WholeGame System as well as informing the league of any changes as usual.

Wayne Hanson

 



22 Aug 2017 - New clubs and teams for Season 2017/18

The Worcester and District Football League have stopped accepting applications for the 2017/18 season!

 

If you're interested in joining a great league for the 2018/19 campaign, then please complete an application form and return it to the the League Secretary.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Application Form Links:


Word copy that can be completed electronically


PDF copy to be completed by hand.

 

 

 

 



03 Jul 2017 - Clubs looking for players

Potential players should contact the clubs via the Club Directory unless specified otherwise below. You can also find your nearest club via the WFA Find a Club tool

Eaton FC (Formerly Eaton Rovers FC) - TRAINING STARTS 09/07/17, 10:15 KGV Brickfields

WE ARE STILL LOOKING TO ADD PLAYERs (08/07/17)

Following last season’s success, Eaton FC is looking to strengthen the squad further and add new faces for the 2017/18 campaign.  Additionally; for the new season, Eaton FC are entering a second team into the Worcester and District football League and as a result the club are looking for new players in all positions.

If you’re interested in joining the club please contact Marcus on 07760 323730

Pre-season training will start on the 9th July, 10:15 at KGV Brickfields, Worcester.  
Numerous pre season friendlies have already be arranged and will start at the end of July.

Northside FC

Northside are a Worcester League Premier division side looking to add to the squad for the forthcoming 17/18 Campaign

If you’re interested in joining the club please contact Nigel on 07720 025906

Brewers Saints FC (Formerly Rileys FC)

Brewers Saints FC are looking for new players in all positions to go into the new season with.  Training starts Thursday 29th June.  Friendlies start 16/7/17 and every Sunday thereafter .

Great bunch of lads.  If your interested just call James on 07531 847382.

 



25 Apr 2017 - Bernard Finnegan Cup Final Round Up

Eaton Rovers are the new holders of the McDonald's Worcester & District Football League Bernard Finnegan Cup after a thrilling comeback in the final against Kempsey United at Pershore Town F.C. last night. Eaton got off to a flying start when a mazy run from Claudio Da Costa saw him find the net in the second minute. Kempsey eventually came more into the game and equalised through Matt Curtis. Kempsey then went ahead for the first time through Kieran Hawkins before two goals in three minutes near the end of the game from Ricardo Da Costa and man of the match Claudio Da Costa sealed a 3-2 victory for Eaton.



14 Mar 2017 - Internal Cup Final Dates
Sunday 23rd April - Southam Trophy
Malvern Rangers v St Johns or Clifton Rovers
@ Malvern Town 6pm kick off
 
Tuesday 25th April - Bernard Finnegan Cup
Worcester Lynx or Eaton Rovers v Kempsey Utd or Droitwich Athletic
@ Pershore Town 7:30pm kick off
 
Sunday 30th April - Phipps Cup
The Bull Inn v GDL Athletic or Worcester Saints Reserves
@ Pershore Town 6pm kick off
 
Wednesday 3rd May - Katherine Rayer Cup
The Gloster Arms v Callow End or Worcester Saints
@ Malvern Town 7:30pm kick off
 
Sunday 7th May - Kilbourne Kay Cup
VBL Sports or Worcester Athletic v FC Korono or Droitwich Spa Eagles
@ Pershore Town 6pm kick off
 
Sunday 14th May - Baylis Cup
Perrywood v Bedwardine or FC Sporting Worcester
@Malvern Town 6pm


03 Aug 2016 - League Forms and Documents

27 Jan 2016 - Very Sad News

The league regrets to report that The Gloster Arms FC are mourning the loss of their manager Vaughn Albone. Vaughn passed away this week after a battle with cancer.

Vaughn Albone

The League sends its condolences, and thoughts are very much with all his family and friends at this very sad time.

A minute silence will take place this Sunday prior to kickoff between The Gloster Arms and Northside FC at Victoria Park, Malvern.



02 Jan 2016 - Mid-Season Report

Approaching the half-way point of the season, Callow End hold a three point lead at the top of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Premier Division. Reigning champions Hallow, currently sitting in second place, would appear to be their nearest challengers. Callow End have also reached the semi-finals of the WFA Sunday Premier Cup, but they have a daunting task at holders Black Horse who have won this competition on eight previous occasions.. At the bottom of the table, Riverside will do well to hold on to their Premier division status after a tough start to their programme.

 

In their first season in the League, FC Sporting Worcester are probably favourites to take the Division One title but face strong challenges from St Johns, Bedwardine and Drakes Broughton Rangers. Despite having games in hand, Ale Madrid currently prop up the table, having lost nine successive games in all competitions.

 

Arrow and Prince of Wales are only separated by goal difference at the top of Division 2. Arrow had a comfortable 4-0 win when the two teams met earlier in the season, but the return match at Arrow could well decide the title. CSKA Worcester led the table for some time but four straight defeats have seen them slip to third place. At the other end of the table, Perrywood Reserves and Colwall St James are battling to retain their Division 2 status.

 

VBL Sports and The Bell @ Pensax Reserves are currently battling it out for the Division 3 championship, with VBL hot-shot Martin Fowler leading the Golden Boot award with seventeen goals. However, keep an eye out for the only unbeaten team in the division, Worcester Lynx, who have games in hand on the leaders. Hallow Reserves are still seeking their first win of the season and look doomed for relegation at this point.

 

Five teams are in contention for honours in division 4 with newcomers St Johns Colts sitting on top of the table at the turn of the year. They are indebted to the prolific goal scoring partnership of Alex Hewitt and Sam Hayes who have netted forty-one of the team’s fifty-four league goals to date. Although trailing Colts by four points, Lower Teme & Martley have three games in hand. GDL Athletic are well placed for a challenge in third place, closely followed by Eaton Rovers who only trail them by one point. If Brewers Arms can put their well publicised disciplinary problems behind them, they still have a chance of honours.

 

In the League’s internal cup competitions, FC Sporting Worcester pulled off a giant killing act in the first round of the Baylis Cup when they knocked out Callow End. They followed this up with a 6-0 second round defeat of Fernhill Heath Athletic. They now await the winners of Northside and Worcester City Wanderers in the quarter-finals. The other half of the draw should result in a semi-final tie between Hallow and Perrywood if results go to form.

 

Clifton Rovers have already reached the semi-finals of the Southam Trophy where they will meet the winners of the St Johns v Colwall St James tie. The other half of the draw looks less clear cut with either Malvern Rangers or Pershore Town Eagles likely to meet Arrow in the last four.

 

St Johns Colts are hot favourites to reach the Bernard Finnegan Cup final, but in the top half of the draw, Worcester Lynx, The Bell @ Pensax Reserves, Brewers Arms and Eaton Rovers will all fancy their chances of getting to the final.



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