Rayleigh Girls

Rayleigh Girls Youth Football Club’s (RGYFC) aim is to provide a good standard of football coaching that helps the girls improve their football skills, increase their confidence and enjoy being part of a team sports within their community

The girls are the most important part of RGYFC and therefore as coaches we aim to provide a fun, friendly environment in which to learn how to play competitive football. Football should be enjoyable and this should be emphasised by the coaches, making training sessions enjoyable and age appropriate, while striving to improve the players individual skills, Coaches should also encourage fair play and teamwork whilst keeping discipline within the squad.


U13’s Harriers

This is the Harriers second season in the Essex County Girls Football League (ECGFL). They have been improving week on week and with dedicated weekly training session there skills have improved massively.

U12’s Falcons

There first full season in the ECGFL. Hard working team with a great attitude towards the game. The girls confidence has improved and the results have been fantastic.

U11’s Hawks

The first season was a massive success, ending the year with winning the League and President Cup. The team has strengthened and look forward to the new campaign.

U11’s Eagles

Their first season and have the making of a fantastic team. The manager is extremely enthusiastic and the girls are having fun and enjoying their football.

U10’s Kestrel’s

A team made up of some fantastic ability in defence and in attack. The girls have a natural understanding for the game even though this is their first season. With a well organised management team this is showing on the pitch.

New Starters

We are always on the look out for new players to join our ever expanding group.

Training is at 10am on a Saturday morning at Fairview Park, come rain or shine.  The first session is free and £2 thereafter.

If you have any questions please contact Paul Mitchell on email paulmitch2@hotmail.com or call 07973 130390.

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