Be your child's best fan and support him/her unconditionally.


When you take your child home after a match or training session, please be supportive and always focus on the positive aspects of his/her game.


Develop a responsibility in your child to pack his/her own kit, clean his/her boots and take a drinks bottle (full of water or squash only) to practice and games.

Respect the facilities at our opponents’ grounds.


Do not criticise your child’s coach to your child or other parents. If you are not happy with the coach you should raise the issue with the coach.



Encourage your child to speak with the coach.

If your child is having difficulties in training or games, or can’t attend training etc. encourage him to speak directly to the coaches. This “responsibility taking” is a big part of becoming a mature person. By handling off the field tasks, your child is claiming ownership of all aspects of the game.


Help your child to focus on the performance and not the result. Remember - winning is not as important as the performance.


Help your child to focus on the performance and not the result. Remember - winning is not as important as the performance. 

Support all the players in your child's squad. Do not criticise anyone. Remember – Children don’t mean to make mistakes.


Do not criticise the opponents, their parents or their officials.


Never audibly dispute a referee’s decision. They will make mistakes occasionally. We all do. If you abuse or shout at the referee you are breaking the rules of the game and risk generating a fine for the club. In extreme circumstances we could even be expelled from the League, be forced to play all our games away or play without any spectators present.


Parents/carers must not coach from the touchline during matches or training. Leave this to the manager/coach or you may cause confusion and erode your child’s confidence.



Parents/carers must not enter the field of play.


You should be aware that football is a contact sport and your child may be injured. If this happens, we will provide appropriate first aid.


FA rules state that the results for U7, U8, U9, U10, U11s & are not allowed to be recorded, this includes any postings on Social Networks. Failure to adhere to this will force us to remove you from the Facebook group and face possible further action

Are you a player who is looking for a change?

Are you a player who is looking for a change?

Do you need more playing time than you would like?


We are looking for experienced players for our U15s team for the 22024/25 season.

The team plays in the Mid Sussex Youth League.

Our team's commitment to success is reflected in our regular training sessions, held every Thursday from 6.30 pm-8.00 pm at Finches Fields, Pease Pottage.


For further details,

Please get in touch with Martin Brown


Interested in coaching a Team?

Are you good at offering clear guidance and support? 

Have you got some time to spare on a weekly basis?

Ever thought of training as a football coach?


We're looking for enthusiastic people to join our coaching team.     

If this interests you

Please get in touch to find out more.


Proud to Sponsor Local Youth Football

Furngate Youth FC

Further Inquires Contact: Raj Dhiman Chairman

Mobile: 0774-7616-361

email us:  rajkdh@aol.com