Cheshire Girls Football League

Cheshire Girls Football League
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Cheshire Girls Football League

CHESHIRE FA CHARTER STANDARD LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS 2015. Welcome to Cheshire Girls Football League. It all started in the mid-90s when the managers of half a dozen newly formed girls' football teams got together with the support of Cheshire FA and created... More

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Important Information For U16's & Other Ages

(Andy Thomas 04/09/2018)
U16’s supplemental information:

When playing away from Moss Farm:

The home team will arrange the referee.
The home team will pay the referee.
The home team will setup two nets.
The home team will setup all 4 corner flags.
BOTH the home and away team should setup a RESPECT barriers that covers the entire length of one side of the pitch (1/2 a pitch each).
The home team will designate which side of the pitch will have the RESPECT barrier.
Best practice will be followed and all spectators from both teams will stand behind the RESPECT barrier on one side of the pitch only.
Technical areas must be setup by both teams, technical areas should be next to each other either side of the half way line - they should not be setup on opposite sides of the pitch.
Fully completed match report forms can be scanned / clearly photographed with a phone etc. and emailed to cgfleague@outlook.com, this must be done by 6.30pm Saturday.

When playing at Moss Farm

The league will arrange the referee.
The league will pay the referee.
The home and away team will setup one net each.
The home and away team will setup all 2 corner flags each.
BOTH the home and away team should setup a RESPECT barriers that covers the entire length of one side of the pitch.
The home team will designate which side of the pitch will have the RESPECT barrier.
Best practice will be followed and all spectators from both teams will stand behind the RESPECT barrier on one side of the pitch only.
Technical areas must be setup by both teams, technical areas should be next to each other either side of the half way line - they should not be setup on opposite sides of the pitch.



Supplemental information for other teams U9,U10,U11,U12,U14’s:

The league will arrange the referee.
The league will pay the referee.
When playing away form Moss Farm fully completed match report forms can be scanned / clearly photographed with a phone etc. and emailed to cgfleague@outlook.com, this must be done by 6.30pm Saturday.
When playing at Moss Farm, please post completed match report forms in the provided post box.
U9,U10,U11 when playing on grass , the home team should get a RESPECT barrier from the shed and set it up to cover the entire length of one side of the pitch as indicated on the pitch map.
RESPECT barriers are not used on 3G pitches, but only players and coaches are allowed on the 3G surface spectators must remain in the spectators areas or outside the 3G fence.
For all matches spectators must not stand behind the goal line (the exception being designated spectator areas on 3G pitches).
Technical areas must be setup by both teams, technical areas should be next to each other either side of the half way line - they should not be setup on opposite sides of the pitch.
If there is a clash of colours - the home team must change to their away kit.


U14’s only:

Each team should bring with them to matches:

A full sized net and set it up.
2 corner flags.
A RESPECT barrier - BOTH the home and away team should setup a RESPECT barriers that covers the entire length of one side of the pitch (1/2 a pitch each), refer to pitch map for locations