We are Sorry but NO DOGS are allowed onto our grounds at Trinity.
PLAYERS WANTED FOR ALL AGE GROUPS, if you are interested in joining our club please contact the manager of the age group of your child, To find the manager click on The Teams header above and choose the age group from the drop down bar
SUMMER TOURNAMENT 2014, 7th & 8th June & 14th & 15th June. For more informaton click on MORE above & Summer Tournament
Website last updated: 12 Mar, 2014 @ 09:44
Welcome to the website of Ware Youth Football Club Celebrating 40 years in Youth Football 1973-2013
Ware Youth will run 32 teams across ages from under 7 to under 18 at our own facilities known as Trinity - the old school playing fields of what was Trinity School. We also have training and games for under 6s on saturday mornings which are increasingly popular.
You can navigate the site in two ways. Find out about the overall club by using the menu options above.
You can also pick a team from the drop down list to effectively go to a micro site per team.
Ware Youth is one of the largest Youth Football clubs in Hertfordshire with over 350 boys and girls registered on an annual basis. We are run as a not for profit organisation with all club fees and revenue being ploughed back into improving our facilities and improving our footballers time with their club.
Our primary purpose as a club is to provide as many boys and girls as possible with the opportunity to play football in a safe and supportive environment. The club will never turn away a player from the club solely on their ability.
The club does not have a ‘win at all costs’ mentality and we believe that all players should be given as many opportunities to play throughout the season as possible. Take a look at our Club Ethos document on the documents section of this website for more details.
The club believes in playing children within their appropriate ability level therefore we stream our teams from an early age ensuring that a child plays at the level that is best suited to their ability. We strongly believe that the focus in a childs early years should be on individual player development and not the result.