National League U19 Alliance has now concluded with immediate effect.

Dear Club Secretary,

 

We have today received the statement below from the FA.

As a result of this, the 2019-20 season in the National League U19 Alliance has now concluded with immediate effect.

The Committee will consider staging the League Cup Final and the remainder of the Academy Cup at the start of next season (whenever that may be).

Statement from the FA…

The FA has been working across the game to bring clarity to the 2019/20 season. The FA has decided that all grassroots football is concluded for the 2019/20 season. This will allow the game to move forward and planning to commence for next season.

The FA respects the autonomy of the leagues to have local decision-making rights in how leagues are concluded. However, haven taken guidance and to support leagues in the decisions they make, we recommend that two options are considered

  1. Competitions are brought to an immediate end with results expunged (i.e. without promotion or relegation)
  2. League positions and promotion and relegation are resolved by a points per game calculation.

We would ask that leagues consider expunging results in line with the National League System and Women’s pyramid to support consistency across the game. There should be greater flexibility around cup competitions. With options including simply canceling the competition, trophy sharing (if finalists already determined), or delaying of finals to a possible ‘season opener’.

Thank you for your support throughout the season.

 

Please stay safe!

2019-20 Season – Decision to Leagues FINAL v2

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Update on grassroots football following Government advice

Dear all,


We have issued a further update regarding the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on grassroots football in England.

Following the Government’s announcement yesterday, for people to avoid social contact and gatherings where possible, we are now advising that all grassroots football in England is postponed for the foreseeable future.

We have also decided to postpone all matches across all FA competitions, including those outside of the professional game, until 3 April.

This also affects all FA grassroots programmes such as Wildcats and, following UEFA’s announcement today that UEFA EURO 2020 will not take place this summer, The FA FIVES. We will be sending further communications to anyone involved in these programmes separately with further details.

We are committed to trying to complete all competition fixtures and will be liaising with the relevant parties to establish appropriate options to do so.

Throughout this period, we have taken Government advice with the priority being the health and wellbeing of all. We will continue to work closely with the grassroots game during this time to provide guidance and support.

We are in regular communication with the Government and the situation within English football at all levels remains under regular review. Further updates will follow as needed.

To find out how COVID-19 has affected the professional game, click here.

Thank you for your continued efforts and patience,

The FA

Adding to our back room staff

Walton Casuals FC would like to announce a double singing of :
Sam Codling and Zoe Rush to the Back Room Staff as Physiotherapists, rehabilitators and match day medical team.
Along with First Team duties they will be assisting Walton Casuals Ladies and Walton Casuals Academy

 

Players Update March 2020

Walton Casuals FC are pleased to announce the signing of Ben Dyett from Dorking Wanderers FC and would like to thank them for their help in making this happen

Walton Casuals are pleased to announce the signing of Jerson Dos Santos welcome Jerson

Walton Casuals FC have extended the loan of Bradley Keetch from Maidenhead FC

Walton Casuals FC are glad to welcome Kyn Nicholas

Walton Casuals FC welcome Joe Felix to the club the midfielder will be a crowd favorite