Category: Club News

Club AGM – 8th June

The CLUB AGM will be held at the village hall on June 8th at 11.00 where an update on the year will be given, presentation of the club accounts, election of officers and setting of the subscription fees for the upcoming season. We would be delighted to see as many parents there as possible, we should only take an hour of your time!  For links to the agenda and last years meeting minutes see the bottom of this post.

The offices that set the constitution requires election at the AGM are: The Chairman, The Secretary/Charter Standard Coordinator, Treasurer and Child Welfare Officers. If you wish to stand for one of these offices you either need to attend the AGM or if you cannot, put your request to stand in writing to the Chairman (this can be done by email). All other roles, officers, managers, coaches, volunteers are appointed by the elected management committee.

We would hope to see you at the meeting, as we require a minimum attendance to allow the meeting to proceed .

If you have any questions please contact either the Club Secretary (Martin Colwell – or the Club Chairman (Neil Hadley –

Agenda for 2019 AGM

Minutes of 2018 AGM

Rising Stars New Assistant!

CFJFC is pleased to welcome to the club and initially to The Rising Stars – Michael Pilcher .

Michael started attending the Rising Stars early this year and has subsequently agreed to join the club and provide additional support to Jodie Crane and is keen to develop his coaching skills. He has completed his DBS Checks and the club will be arranging for him to attend all the required courses.

I hope you will all join me in welcoming him to such a great football club ⚽️⚽️⚽️

In Michael’s words:

” As a Coxheath resident and father of three girls, my eldest Elizabeth joined the Rising Stars in early 2017, and I looked into joining the coaching team later that year.

C&FJFC is my first foray into youth coaching, having previously been player/manager of several local men’s teams over the years. A desire to be involved in the beautiful game led to me forming my own team in 2000, aged 15. The playing side later took a backseat to spectating – I recently completed my mission to visit all 92 Football League grounds in England & Wales, a journey that took in excess of 24,000 miles.

Teamwork, technical ability and quick passing are all pretty important, yet I think the most critical part of playing football is often overlooked: enjoyment.”

Well said Michael and congratulations on your fantastic achievement

Neil Hadley
Coxheath & Farleigh Junior Football Club