Pex Hill Junior Football Club
Pex Hill Junior Football Club is based in Widnes, Cheshire and has provided a safe and secure environment for children to play junior football since 1996.
The majority of Pex Hill JFC teams play their football in the Halton & District Junior Football League with the matches being played in the Halton area of Cheshire (Runcorn & Widnes).
Please feel free to explore our site and if you have any queries or questions, please visit the contact us page or contact the Club Secretary Penny Cunningham on the following link email@example.com
Please direct all enquiries regarding the Club to the secretary.
Charter Standard Development Status
Pex Hill JFC have recently been awarded Charter Standard Development status by the FA which means that players, parents, visitors and anyone else connected with the Club can be assured that the football standards of coaching, administration and child protection have been assessed as following best practice, thus improving the playing experience for all.
Pex Hill JFC provide a free referee service to local schools whereby the Club will provide an official to conduct local inter-school matches.
If you require a referee to officiate at a school match, please contact the Development Officer for the Club, Neil Burdekin at firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other enquiries, please contact the Club Secretary, Penny Cunningham via the link above.
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