Little League Football
Little League Football is a registered charity that provides free football for children. The main difference of Little league football with other football organisations is that joining is not based on ability; we guarantee every player at least half a game, each week for as long as they want to participate.
The emphasis is on mass participation rather than elitism; enthusiasm and endeavour rather than ability. Players are encouraged to develop team spirit, self discipline and sportsmanship.
Morden Little League
Located at King Georges Recreation Field, Tudor Drive Morden Little League was the first little league of its kind to be formed back in 1968. The League comprises of 10 different sections from the ages of 7 upto 14, all offering free football for more than 630 boys and girls on a Saturday morning.
Morden Little League is a voluntary organisation run on the dedication and graft of many hard working people. Each Saturday between the months of September to May, they give up their mornings to help provide a safe and enjoyable environment for children to play their football.
We encourage the local community & businesses to get involved volunteering or securing sponsorship, enabling us to continue offering free football. We are affiliated with the Surrey FA and Football Association, plus our governing body (Little League football)
All volunteers are checked with the Disclosure & Barring Service(formly known as Criminal Records Bureau – CRB) via the Football Association. Every player,parent and volunteer is required to sign a code of conduct in line with our respect programme.
|League name||Morden Little League Football|
|Playing venue||King George’s Recreation Fields
|Players ages||Under 7’s to Under 14’s|
|School years||Years 2 – 9|
|Approx number of players:||630|
|1983 the relationship with GROEN WIT began, and remains a subsidised annual event played in England one year and in Holland the following year.|
It is pointless ringing Managers - either on the Thursday or Friday evenings, or early on the Saturday morning because if you have not had a phone call, then no decision has been made and the games are still potentially on.Similarly on the Saturday morning, until Managers and Referees get to the Field, they will not know the condition of the pitches, so please think before you dial! MAKE YOUR MANAGER HAPPY. Keep them advised by letting them know in good time if your child is unable to play, and do lend a hand with goal posts and clearing up - remember we are all volunteers
|Lower Morden / The Beverley|
|King George's Field|