About Weston Point Junior Football Club

Established in 1971 to provide a fun, friendly, safe and structured environment in which boys and girls from our local community are able to make new friends, develop fundamental new skills and create foundations for a lifelong love of sport by developing their talents in playing football.

We are an FA Charter Standard Club. We endeavour to work with managers, coaches, players, parents or carers associated, to ensure that they are aware of, and kept up-to-date with, all of the FA rules and regulations relevant to their roles at the club. We will also ensure that all aspects of The FA Respect campaign are adhered to. We believe that every child/young person has the right to play football, regardless! We hope to be able to provide a wide range of platforms to help facilitate this in the future.


Our Vision

At Weston Point Juniors our aim is to;

  • Provide a correct club structure to promote the game of Association Football.
  • To arrange matches and social activities for its members and players and to encourage community participation in the same.
  • Weston Point FC strives to mentor its members, volunteers, players and coaches and provide them with development opportunities both within the game and in the community.

Club Information

  • We are a club run by dedicated volunteers.
  • We are an FA Charter Standard Junior Football Club.
  • We ensure every coach is CRB checked and FA Qualified.
  • We take child safety very seriously and strictly adhere to The FA guidelines on child welfare.
  • We operate both boys & girls youth football teams.
  • We are affiliated to Cheshire County Football Association.
  • Our teams train a minimum of 1 hours per week to aid development.
  • We run fun sunday football sessions for younger children looking to play.
  • We traditionally play in blue and yellow shirts with blue shorts and yellow socks.
  • We are self-financing through our member subscriptions and internal fundraising.
  • We follow standards put forth by The FA for best practice in training and development