Welcome to the home of the North Wilts Youth Football League
The League provides organised football for children between the ages 7 and 18 and is one of the largest leagues in the UK. Since its formation, back in 2003, the League has been recognised locally and nationally as one of the leading leagues in the country and has been at the forefront of many of the FA’s initiatives
For the coming season there will be 360 individual teams in the League operating across 40 separate divisions.
To view Club Contact Information click here
If you wish to contact one of the league members please view our contact list here.
To view latest Club Opportunities / requests for players please click here.
The North Wilts Football League are excited to announce that all of the League Cup Semi Finals will be hosted at the Beversbrook facility in Calne. All matches are due to be played on Sunday 22nd March 2015. The agreement ensures the return to a centralized venue for semi final matches, adding to the sense […]Read More
If the image of two young goalkeepers pictured after Sunday’s Croft V Chippenham U13’s fixture is anything to go by, winter is now most definitely here. The pitches at Old Town’s Croft sports facility held up surprisingly well last Sunday, but as this picture shows, pitches are beginning to cut up as winter closes in, […]Read More
Wiltshire County FA are to commemorate the centenary of one of the most iconic moments of the First World War – the 1914 Christmas Truce – as part of a week of remembrance activity in December 2014. ‘Football Remembers Week’ will take place from 5-14 December. A joint collaboration between The FA, the Premier League, […]Read More
The draw for the semi final of the North Wilts Youth Football League Cup will take place on Thursday 11th December 2014. Full details of the draw will be made available on this site shortly after. With one quarter final tie remaining to be concluded, the clubs competing in this years semi final matches are […]Read More
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You know that winter is well and truly on the way when the pitches get wet enough for spectators to have to wear wellies – or football boots in the case of ex-coaches. So, this Sunday morning saw me running late, frantically brushing the encrusted mud off my faithful old boots as the car warmed […]Read More
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