We have over 350 members playing for 24 teams, and are currently the 3rd largest grass roots club in Oxfordshire. Teams in play in the local Oxford Mail league. Want to become a new member today? Please see below for details

membership prices (2019-20)
One of the major costs for the club is the Winter training fees together with maintaining the floodlight facilities at the Bullcroft, which are heavily subsidised by the club using the proceeds of our annual Tournament. Included within the membership fees below is a £20 p.a. contribution for each player (less than half of the actual cost) towards these costs.
level age group price
Level 1 Under 6 £40
Level 2 Under 7 and 8 £80
Level 3 Under 9 -16 £110 (£105 if paid before 31 July)
Breakdown of Membership Fees
As a club and based on our ethos, we believe in being transparent with how we run the club. To help parents understand where the membership fees go, please see the breakdown in the chart below. Despite costs rising significantly each year, we strive to minimise any increases in fees, through the subsidees we make.
Registration opens on 1st July for 2019/20 season. Membership covers the full cost of training, matches and kit. In the case of younger sibling registering in U7s and above a £10 reduction will be made for the younger child. This does not apply to the U6s. By joining parents and child also agree to adhere to the rules of the Club and the codes of conduct
We ask each parent or guardian on the registration form to inform us of any medical information, which is kept by the Team Manager in case of emergency. This includes any details of any medical conditions or allergies. This information is held securely and only known to the respective Team Manager
Our Club Constitution governs how we adminster the club, including all aspects such as the rules & regulations, club membership and fees and the role of the committee and it's members. We also strictly abide by any policies of the Oxfordshire FA, The FA and in conjunction with privacy and child protection policies here and our whistle blowing policy is here
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This code applies to all those involved in football under the auspices of The Football Association. All those involved with the game at every level and whether as a player, match official, coach or administrator. They all have a responsibility, above and beyond compliance with the law. Please see FA Respect in Youth Football - Ray Winstone Video - essential viewing for all
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Helping run the club
Coaches, Groundsmen, Tuck shop staff, Fundraisers, Club Adminstrators………
Crowmarsh Youth Football club is run entirely by volunteer members. It is their love for football, energy and passion to give young boys and girls as much opportunity as possible to play the game in fun and friendly surroundings, that make the club the onoging success it is. If you feel you want to help out when your child joins the club there is plenty to do. From helping mark the pitches, putting up the nets, selling teas at the tuck shop or behind the scenes helping administer the club which requires lots of volunteers to give up their free time. You can give as much time as you are able to but your contribution will always be appreciated, and be a huge help for the teams.

Whether you want to coach (we support all our coaches through FA qualifications) or support the club in another capacity, there are lot of roles you can do. With a playing membership growing each year the club needs a strong core of dedicated individuals who believe in its ethos and want to carry it forward. We are fortunate in having a great team on board already, but the continued rate of growth of our club means we always welcome more volunteers. So, if you feel you can contribute in any way, including something we haven't thought of, please get in contact with us and we will be delighted to hear from you.