Congratulations to our U12s team, who have won the London County Saturday Youth League with two game to spare. The team has actually won all its games this season, with the only defeat arising due to the non-playing of one fixture when the league awarded the points to the opposition. In their 12 games thus far, they have scored 56 goals and conceded only 7 - a fantastic record. You can see all the results here.
As we enter the final stages of the season, we are in good shape in the League Cup across most age groups. We have so far reached four finals and are in two semi-finals. Here's the key dates for your diary: Under 7 Colts - Final v Aspire, 13 May Under 8 Colts - Semi Final v Clapham Rangers, 8 April Under 9 - Semi Final v Westside, 8 April Under 12 - Final v Most Wanted, 20 May Under 13 - Final v Bedhead or Santley, 20 May Under 15 - Final v Sporting Duet, 20 May
Tigers received praise and commendation from both the Saturday Youth League committee and from the London FA for our fine showing in the London Cup competition this season. The London Cup runs for all ages from U12 to U16 - and this season Tigers had three teams in the finals. Our U12s and U16s won their finals, with the U15s losing out to the odd goal in a tight game. You can see the results from all the London Cup Finals below:
Our Easter School Holidays Football Camp starts on Monday 3 April at Myatts Fields. All info on the flyer below. The camp is open to all players and is suitable for children aged five to 13 years of age. You can register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or register and pay on the day.
Well done to our U14s team, who became the first Tigers team to ever reach the Amateur Football Alliance Cup final. Unfortunately the game didn't go Tigers way, losing to Ilford 5-2 at Kew Association FC. It's fair to say that Tigers didn't have their best game. We conceded a penalty and a couple of soft goals before half-time and despite rallying in the second half we never really hit our stride to play the passing game the U14s are capable of. Next year perhaps....
Congratulations to our U16 team who this month won the London Cup. In a North v South of the River clash at Thamesmead Town's ground, Tigers beat Hornsey Rovers 2 goals to 1. Tigers dominated large parts of the game and were comfortable at 2-0. However a late goal by Hornsey resulted in Tigers being under pressure for the final ten minutes of the game, finally holding on to their lead. Congratulations to Zach Hallett, the Tigers defender, who was voted Man of the Match by the
Well done to our U15s team on reaching this year's London Cup Final - although on this occasion the team suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of Walthamstow's CLA Youth. The game was very close throughout. It was tight at 0-0 at half time, with neither team being able to create an advantage. However, CLA were to score two good goals in quick succession during the second half. Tigers made a spirited challenge to get back into the game. Tigers scored late on and put the opposi
Congratulations to our U12s for bringing home the first silverware of the season. In an exciting London Cup Final, Tigers ran out 4-1 winners to Eastside United. Tigers started slower than usual, going a goal down early on, but stormed back to an emphatic and comfortable victory. With the league now in site and having already qualified for the league cup final, is this the first of a treble for the U12s this season?