Cramlington Juniors FC are a Registered Charity so do not charge a membership fee. Players are requested to make donations of £200 per year to assist with the running costs of the club. This is normally split in to 10 installments of £20, collected monthly July to April.
Is there a membership fee?
Can I change teams?
All teams are selected to give each player the opportunity to develop their full playing potential. Should a player need to be challenged further or face a slightly reduced challenge then the coaching staff may consider moving a player between CJFC teams during the playing season. This will be discussed in advance with the player and parents and will be subject to League Rules governing the transfer of players.
What ages do you accept?
Cramlington Juniors operate teams from U7 through to U17. We also operate and U6 Development Centre which will accept players for coaching, once they have reached their 5th birthday.
Is there a clubhouse?
Cramlington Juniors have a clubhouse that is situated at Ann Welfare, High Pit Road, Cramlington. The clubhouse is the focal point of the club and is open every Sunday and whenever there is a midweek home fixture scheduled. The clubhouse serves refreshments as well as providing changing facilities for the teams.
Where do we train?
Training venues depend upon the age group and the time of year and if in doubt should always be checked with your coach. The mini soccer teams (u7-u10) train at Astley High School, Seaton Delaval on Saturdays throughout the year, whilst the U11-U17 use Ann Welfare during the summer months and Cramlington Sporting Club during the winter.
How do I join?
Most players join Cramlington Juniors via our open trials that are held every June. If you wish to enquire about joining Cramlington Juniors outside of that period then you should contact:
U6-U12 Jason Hodgson (07825 876791)
U13-U17 Adrian Farrar (07812 440135)