Nunthorpe Athletic Junior Football Club

A Chartered Standard Community Club

NAJFC
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Get involved with Nunthorpe Athletic Junior Football Club

Nunthorpe Athletic JFC is a Community Club that is organised and delived totally by unpaid volunteers. As an organisation we encourage parents and those seeking to develop their leadership abilities to get involved.

Would you like to get involved?

Nunthorpe Athletic JFC has at least one team at every age group from under 7's through to under 19's. We also have a successful girls section and a well attended and supported Saturday Morning Club.

Each season we introduce new teams into our club at the under 8 age group, made up primarily from boys and girls who attend our Saturday Morning Club. This results in the club needing to find a new manager and coach for that team.

Our Saturday Morning Sessions are well attended and our two regular coaches are often supported by young players from our older teams who are taking their Duke of Edingburgh Awards. We encourage parents of the children who attend and anyone interested to get involved and if the interest and commitment is there we will help you to obtain your relevant level one coaching qualification.

The cafe is a focal point for the club and we would welcome volunteers to help serve and sell food to our members and any visiting player or parent.

We carry out regular maintenance of the clubs equipment which includes painting of the cafe and storage bunkers. They do need keeping tidy and anyone willing to help out would be welcome.

There are more formal roles within the club.
Chairman is Colin Mohan
Secretary: Mary Batey
Treasurer : Sean Allen
Child Welfare Office : Ross Watson

We would like to find someone who would structure our fund raising a little more formally, the costs incurred by the club are very high and without fund raising and the subs we would not survive.

All roles are voluntary and often done in conjunction with something else such as running a team.

No matter how small or how little time you can spare, if you could pop in the cafe on a Saturday or Sunday Morning and help for an hour we would welcome that support.

Of course the main way you support the club is by supporting your child, preparing them for the match and ensuring they get there on time. You also help by paying subs which is an important part of running the team.