Surrey Primary League
U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17 & U18
Finals 2018/19

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The SPL Management Committee are delighted to announce the venues and dates for the 2018/19 Finals Days.

Thank you to Walton Casuals Juniors FC, Abbey Rangers FC,, Frimley Green FC, Mayford Athletic FC, Staines Lammas Youth FC, Woking Town Youth FC and Guildford City Boys and Girls FC for agreeing to host the Finals which we hope will be special days for all those involved.

Under 18s Finals Day

Sunday 28th April 2019

Hosted by Walton Casuals Juniors FC, Walton Xcel, Waterside Drive, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2JG

U18 Trophy Final Result
Windlesham United Inter U18 2 v 4 Wokingham and Emmbrook Rangers U18

U18 Cup Final Result
Guildford Saints U18 0 v 8 Walton Casuals Juniors Youth U18

Under 17s Finals Day

Sunday 28th April 2019

Hosted by
Walton Casuals Juniors FC, Walton Xcel, Waterside Drive, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2JG

U17 Trophy Final Result
Hythe Hornets U17 1 v 4 Hampton & Richmond Borough Youth U17

U17 Cup Final Result
Yateley United Youth U17 0 v 3 Balham U17

Under 16s Finals Day

Sunday 28th April 2019

Hosted by Abbey Rangers FC, Addlestone Moor, Addlestone, KT15 2QH 

U16 Junior Trophy Final Result
Milford Pumas Youth Wanderers U16 2 (4 pens) v 2 (5 pens) Horsley Bullets U16


U16 Junior Cup Final Result
Goldsworth Park Rangers Spartans U16 0 v 1 Finchampstead Sharks U16


U16 Senior Trophy Final Result
Balham U16 4 v 0 Elstead Sharks U16


U16 Senior Cup Final Result
North Warnborough Knights U16 4 v 0 Burpham Junior Harriers U16

Under 15s Finals Day

Sunday 12th May 2019

Hosted by Walton Casuals Juniors FC, Walton Xcel, Waterside Drive, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 2JG


U15 Junior Trophy Final Result
Walton Casuals Juniors Jaguars U15 0 v 3 Badshot Lea Youth & Colts Bombers U15


U15 Junior Cup Final Result
Horsley Athletic U15 2 v 4 Hersham Youth U15


U15 Senior Trophy Final Result
Chertsey Town Juniors Blues U15 4 v 3 Hythe Hornets U15


U15 Senior Cup Final Result
Guildford City Royals U15 2 (5 pens) v 2 (4 pens) Frimley Green Youth U15

Under 14s Finals Day

Sunday 12th May 2019

Hosted by Abbey Rangers FC, Addlestone Moor, Addlestone KT15 2QH

U14 Junior Trophy Final Result
Windlesham United Falcons U14 2 v 0 Woking Town U14


U14 Junior Cup Final Result
Bedfont Eagles Sports U14 0 (5 pens) v 0 (6 pens) Merstham Mustangs U14


U14 Senior Trophy Final Result
Staines Lammas Youth Blues U14 0 v 3 Guildford City U14


U14 Senior Cup Final Result
Finchampstead Rangers U14 2 v 1 Bracknell Town U14

Under 13s Finals Day

Sunday 12th May 2019

Hosted by Frimley Green FC, Frimley Green Recreation Ground, Frimley Green Road, Frimley Green, Surrey, GU16 6JY

U13 Junior Trophy Final Result
Meadow Sports Reds U13 0 v 3 Woking Cougars Whites U13


U13 Junior Cup Final Result
Knaphill Athletic Vipers U13 0 (7 pens) v 0 (6 pens) Byfleet Village Vipers U13


U13 Senior Trophy Final Result
Hawley Youth U13 8 v 1 Hanworth Sports Griffins U13


U13 Senior Cup Final Result
Badshot Lea Youth & Colts Cavaliers U13 0 v 1 Grayshott Youth Flames U13

Under 12s Finals Day

Sunday 28th April 2019

Hosted by Staines Lammas FC, The Lucan Pavilion Recreation Ground The Broadway, Laleham, Staines, TW18 1RZ

U12 Junior Trophy Final Result
Bedfont Eagles Sports U12 2 v 0 Guildford City Dynamos U12


U12 Junior Cup Final Result
Woking Town Colts U12 3 v 1 Abbey Rangers Eagles U12


U12 Senior Trophy Final Result
Guildford Saints Swallows U12 3 v 1 Worplesdon Rangers Scorpions U12


U12 Senior Cup Final Result
Horsley All Stars U12 2 v 0 Farncombe Youth Spies U12

Under 11s Finals Day

Sunday 24th March 2019

Hosted by Mayford Athletic FC, The Mayford Centre, Smarts Heath Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 0PP

U11 Junior Trophy Final Result
Woking United U11 1 v 3 Guildford City Dynamites U11

U11 Junior Cup Final Result
Staines Lammas Youth Whites U11 4 v 0 Worplesdon Rangers Panthers U11

U11 Senior Trophy Final Result
Meadow Sports U11 3 v 2 Guildford Saints Eagles U11

U11 Senior Cup Final Result
Woking Town Youth U11 1 v 0 Meadow Sports Youth U11

Under 10s Finals Day

Sunday 31st March 2019

Hosted by Guildford City B&G FC, Stoughton Recreation Ground, Worplesdon Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9RS


U10 Junior Finals Results
U10 Junior Trophy: Guildford City Rockets U10 1 v 2 Woking Town Jedis U10
U10 Junior Cup: Guildford Saints Hawks U10 4 v 1 Guildford City Dynamos U10

U10 Intermediate Finals Results
U10 Intermediate Trophy: Milford Pumas Youth Jaguars U10 1 (5 pens) v 1 (3 pens) Farncombe Youth Titans U10
U10 Intermediate Cup: Woking Town Sabres U10 0 v 4 Woking Town Blues U10


U10 Senior Finals Results
U10 Senior Trophy: Guildford City Dynamites U10 0 (4 pens) v 0 (2 pens) Ham Riverside Tigers U10
U10 Senior Cup: Woking Town Warriors U10 1 (3 pens) v 1 (4 pens) Staines Lammas Youth Blues U10

Under 9s Finals Day

Sunday 31st March 2019

Hosted by Woking Town Youth FC, International School (ISL), Old Woking Road, Woking GU22 8HY

U9 League Finals Results
U9 League Trophy: Staines Town Juniors U9 1 v 4 Mayford Athletic Arrows U9
U9 League Cup: Bedfont Eagles Raiders U9 0 (1 pen) v 0 (0 pens) Skills Panthers U9

U9 Junior Finals Results
U9 Junior Trophy: Milford Pumas Youth Zane U9 1 (3 pen) v 1 (2 pens) Guildford City Rockets U9
U9 Junior Cup: Elm Grove Zebras U9 3 v 2 Meadow Sports Youth U9

U9 Intermediate Finals Results
U9 Intermediate Trophy: Sandhurst Town B&G Reds U9 2 v 1 Staines Lammas Youth Whites U9
U9 Intermediate Cup: Guildford Saints Cobras U9 1 v 4 Dundonald United U9


U9 Senior Finals Results
U9 Senior Trophy: Send United Spitfires U9 1 v 2 Grayshott Youth Hotshots U9
U9 Senior Cup: Raynes Park Tigers Blacks U9 2 v 3 Hook Youth Whites U9

CPD- Disability Talent ID Workshop

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Brand new CPD workshop hosted between Surrey FA, Middlesex FA and London FA to raise awareness of the Disability Talent Pathway and upskill coaches in identifying potential future England players. 

On Sunday 19th May and Thursday 30th May we will be running two unique CPD workshops that are open to all coaches regardless of their current involvement in Disability Football. FA staff will be delivering this 2 part series where participants will be given key information to increase their knowledge on the type of player who may be eligible for the talent pathway and will have a rare chance to observe talent players who are part of both the West London Talent Hub, and later observe the Regional Emerging Talent Programme in action.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to speak to coaches on the programme, and hear from Alistair Patrick-Heselton, an ex-Paralympian who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017 and was at QPR FC before embarking on his involvement within CP football.


All participants will receive 3 hours CDP hours for Part 1, and 4.5 CPD hours for Part 2 (7.5 hours total if attend both sessions).

For more information and to book on, please follow this link:

SPL End of Season Awards 2018/19

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For the fourth season running the Surrey Primary League End of Season Awards will be held at the fabulous Kempton Park Racecourse on Sunday 7th July 2019.

We would like to invite players, coaches, managers and their supporters U9, U10 & U11 Fair Play Cup Winners, U11 Graduation Cup Winners, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17 & U18 Division Champions, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17 & U18 Division Runners Up and the Age Group Respect Award Winners.

Please find further information below:

U9, U10 & U11 Trophy: Teams will be presented with a team trophy
U12 – U18 Trophies & Plaques: 1st placed teams will be presented with a trophy. Players from teams finishing 1st and 2nd will receive a plaque.

Format: Team managers will be asked to say a few words before their players receive their medal/trophy.

Timings: Please find details of the start times below. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of your presentation.

  • U9s & U10s will start at 9:30am
  • U11s – 10:15am
  • U12s – 11am
  • U13s – 12pm
  • U14s – 1pm
  • U15s – 2pm
  • U16s – 3pm
  • U17s & U18s – 4pm

Dress code: We ask that players are dressed smartly. You can also wear the team kit.


Parking: There is plenty of free parking available at the venue.

Refreshments: Hot food and drinks will be available including Bacon Sandwiches and Costa Coffee for the early presentations and Pizza, Pies and Fish and Chips for the lunch and afternoon sessions. There will be an onsite bar selling drinks throughout the day.

Photographer: We have arranged for professional photographers to attend the presentation day. Individual and team photos will be available to buy on the day or online after the event.

2019/20 Club and Team Registration Open

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The 2019/20 online application forms for new and returning clubs and teams can be found here.

Please enter at least one team using the club and team registration below,


Once you have registered at least one team you are welcome to use the shorter extra teams online application form here,


Please can you register your as many teams as possible by the end of June, however we will try and accommodate all late registrations to get as many players participating as possible.


Teams in the U7, U8, U9, U10 and U11s can register throughout the season.

Important Dates for your Diary 2019

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We have put together some important summer dates for your diary as we head to the end of the season.

31/03 | Under 9 Finals at Woking Town Youth FC

31/03 | Under 10 Finals at Guildford City Boys & Girls FC

28/04 | Under 17 & 18 Finals at Walton Casuals FC

28/04 | Under 16 Finals at Abbey Rangers FC

28/04 | Under 12 Finals at Staines Lammas FC

12/05 | Under 15 Finals at Walton Casuals FC

12/05 | Under 14 Finals at Abbey Rangers FC

12/05 | Under 13 Finals at Frimley Green FC

18/05 | Under 7 & 9 Fun Festival at Farncombe Youth FC

19/05 | Under 8 & 10 Fun Festival at Farncombe Youth FC

20/06 | Annual General Meeting 2019 at Walton Casuals FC
(All 2018/19 member clubs must send a representative)

07/07 | SPL Awards Day 2018/19 at Kempton Park Racecourse

Invited teams are:

  • U9, U10 & U11 Fair Play League Winners
  • U11 Graduation League Winners
  • U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17 & U18 Division Champions
  • U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17 & U18 Division Runners Up
  • Respect Award Winners

15/09 | 2019/20 Season Begins


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17th March – The Surrey Primary Youth League  has selected The Breck Foundation as its charity partner for the season.

The Breck Foundation was founded by Lorin LaFave after the tragic loss of her 14-year-old son Breck Bednar. Breck, from Caterham in Surrey, was groomed via the internet and murdered on February 17th, 2014 by someone he met online.

Established in Breck’s memory to help other young people stay safe and enjoy playing online, the charity’s speakers travel the UK to empower young people to make safer choices online. The charity’s volunteers also help to train police, educators, health practitioners, safeguarding leads, parents and pupils.

With over 7,500 registered players, Surrey Primary Youth League selected the charity to help raise much needed funds and raise awareness. Funds raised through charity events and collections during the season will be used as part of the charity’s campaign to keep children safe online.


As part of the partnership, the Foundation will be present at all Cup Final games, The Fun Festival and Awards Day. If you would like to find out more or make a donation, please visit 



Lorin LaFave, Founder of The Breck Foundation, comments: 

The Breck Foundation are pleased to be teaming up with Surrey Primary League Football to better enable young people to keep safer online though education and empowerment.  Breck was a kind and clever Surrey school boy who loved gaming and computing and played sport as well.  Our mission is to educate the Digital Generation to keep safer online through education and empowerment.


Andy Kelly, Chairperson of Surrey Primary Youth League, says:

“On behalf of Surrey Primary Youth League, I am delighted to announce that The Breck Foundation has been selected as this season’s charity.

“As a child from Surrey, Breck and his story are very close to our hearts. We hope that funds raised through the League’s activities will enable the Foundation to carry on its fantastic work throughout the UK, and help more children stay safe online.”


For more information about The Breck Foundation, please visit:


For further information, please contact: 
League Welfare Officer
Fiona Creswick

Silent Weekend 2 – 16th & 17th March 2019

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Silent Sunday 2 – 16th & 17th March 2019


Following the positive feedback from the Silent Weekend in November, the Surrey Primary League and Surrey FA will introduce a second Silent Weekend on the 16th and 17th March 2019. Surrey FA have refreshed the communication guidelines for coaches relating to the weekend which can be found below.


The silent weekend will be mandatory to all SPL fixtures, from  U7s up to U18s.


There should be no verbal communication from coaches & spectators on the touchlines but we do encourage all to applaud good play. We are expecting all clubs to actively participate in this initiative which will give the opportunity for players and coaches to develop.


Challenges that can be set for players

  • Allow players to make mistakes
  • Allow players to make their own decisions
  • Consider setting players individual challenges at the start of the game. Share the challenge(s) set with the players parent/guardian and encourage them to watch out for success in achieving them


Benefits for players and coaches

  • Players develop independent learning and decision making
  • Coaches can assess the teams communication skills
  • Players can concentrate on the game and not be distracted by the touchline


Coaching hints
Stand back and watch your players play. Adopting a less direct and vocal role can help you see your players in a new light and make your feedback more specific to help them improve individually and within the team. You may choose to play four quarters, rather than two halves to increase the number of times you can feedback to your players.

What to do next?
  • All clubs and teams are expected to take part in the Silent Weekend
  • Share the codes of conduct (available below) with all your members, clubs, coaches, referees and contacts.
  • Share the date with everyone! 16th and 17th March 2019.
  • Contact your local press, pledging your support.
  • Share your support on social media using the hashtag
The full information from Surrey FA can be downloaded here,



What is the Silent Weekend?

The weekend will involve coaches and spectators having minimal verbal contact throughout games, to raise awareness of the need to create a positive and pressure- free environment in which children can enjoy football and learn to love and develop their game. We have seen similar initiatives being reported as a major success in other League and Counties, 



What are the coaches supposed to do if they can’t communicate?
Coaches are encouraged to give clear instructions to players before the game starts, take notes during the game and utilise half time or designated quarters to communicate to players positively. Also, coaches can communicate to players through the captain or substitutes during suitable breaks in play.

What will happen if spectators don’t follow the Code of Conduct?
Following the FA’s Respect Codes of Conduct, they may be asked to leave the venue, meet with the Club’s Committee and/or Welfare Officer, or asked not to attend future games.

Can we use this as a fundraising opportunity?
Absolutely! You can tie a sponsored Silent Weekend in with a local charity or with a national charity.

How will you know if it has been successful?
Post event feedback will be gathered and shared with clubs & leagues.


Codes of Conduct

You can download, print and share the following code of conducts with your coaches, players, match officials and spectators.


Thank you for your cooperation.

League Management Committee

Event Volunteers Wanted

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Event Volunteers Wanted

The SPL is run by a small group of volunteers and we need are looking for more people to help run one of our many Finals, Festivals or Awards Day. Last season we organised and ran 40 Cup Finals, a 130 team Festival and an Awards Day where 80 teams attended. With a growing number of teams in the SPL then we are looking for help.

We are not asking for you to volunteer for a full season, just a few hours on a day to help create a special experience for the children involved. We appreciate you already have clubs or teams, a job and a family (so do we) and therefore please feel free to forward onto the parents or guardians of your players.

What we are looking for?
We are looking for anyone who can give up:

  • a morning or;
  • an afternoon or;
  • a full day
For one or more of the following event days. We have 800 people involved in running teams and 13000 parents who, if volunteered for a few hours would take the burden off a few people who gave up 4 or 5 weekends last season.

Upcoming Events

The following events are scheduled:

  • SPL Cup & Trophy Finals
    • Sunday 31st March 2019
    • Sunday 7th April 2019
    • Sunday 28th April 2019
    • Sunday 12th May 2019
  • SPL Fun Festival
    • U7s & U9s – Saturday 18th May 2019
    • U8s & U10s – Sunday 19th May 2019
  • SPL Awards Day
    • Sunday 7th July 2019

How to respond?
To register as a SPL Event volunteer, please complete this short online form . You will be provided with refreshments and I am sure you will enjoy seeing the smiles that the events.

Event Volunteers 2018/19

FA Emergency First Aid for SPL Members – SOLD OUT

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We are delighted to announce that we have organised another FA Emergency First Aid course for SPL Members.


FA Emergency First Aid

Date: Thursday 24th January 2019

Time: 7-10pm (3 hours)

Venue: Byfleet Village FC, Kings Head Lane, Byfleet, KT14 7AT

Prices: Charter Standard Coaches = £16.50, All other coaches = £21.50

ONLINE BOOKING: This has now Sold Out

Course Information:

  • Minimum Age: 16
  • Course Duration: 3 hours
  • Course Prerequisites: None
  • Who is it for: A short course over 3 hours to train club representatives in resuscitation and life-saving skills.
  • Course aims and objectives:
    • 1. To preserve life
    • 2. Limit the effect of injury
    • 3. Promote recovery
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