All of today’s results are in and the league tables have been updated. Congratulations to Roman Rovers & Vikings – winners in the County Cup this morning. Next Sunday’s league fixtures are on too. Have a good week everyone 🙂
For all clubs hiring Colchester City Council pitches through the League: Clubs will have noticed that the Council have made changes to their operations at both sites over Saturdays and Sundays, so please be advised of the following: Shrub End As a reminder, the car park and building are opened each Sunday by Colchester United FC Community Foundation – they are not responsible for the Council pitches. Council contractors have not been on site for [… more …]
Congratulations from everyone involved with the Colchester & District Sunday League to our fixture secretary Graham Osborne who has been awarded the Essex County Football Association Award of Merit for Long Service. The management committee would like to lead everyone in thanking Graham for his continuous hard work representing the league in a number of roles over the years and has been the fixture secretary since 1991, an unenviable task I’m sure everyone will agree [… more …]
Match report now on … you’ll find it under this season’s page on the menu 🙂
Please be reminded that ONLY players who have been approved by the League are eligible to play in your fixtures. It is the responsibility of each club to check that the players are registered before proceeding to play them, which can be done easily by accessing the Player Registration Portal. You MUST also check that a player is not showing as suspended before playing them. As a reminder, any players submitted to the League for [… more …]
Please be reminded of the correct process for completing Matchday Signings, which is listed under Rule 18(A) for your reference. See full post for details ….
In advance of League Fixtures commencing this weekend, please be reminded of several rules you need to be aware of and follow regarding pre-match, matchday and post-match protocols. Please view the whole post for full details …
From the start of the 2023/24 season, The FA will introduce point deductions for teams across the grassroots game if their players or coaches commit repeated offences of serious misconduct, making clear to clubs that this kind of behaviour will not be tolerated. Point deductions will apply to clubs at Step 7 and below of the men’s game, and clubs across Tier 3 and below in the women’s pyramid, which commit cumulative incidents of serious [… more …]