- All 04/03 home teams contact delegate with venue/ko time by Tuesdays,call referee ASAP
- CSFDA PVG NIGHT THIS SUNDAY 1/11/14 6PM @ THE BURROUGHS CLUB GLENCRYAN RD,C/NAULD G67 2UQ
- Next General league/AGM Meeting - Sunday 30th November details TBC
- Address for TEAMLINES ONLY - Billy Inglis PO Box 3414 Kirkintilloch Glasgow G66 9BT
Welcome to the CSFA (Development) website. ( League based at Broadwood )
Central Scotland Football Association - Season - March to November 2014
Applications are invited from clubs from Fun4's 2007 hrough to U12's 2002,Application forms and further information are available in league documents.
Following a vote by member clubs at a general meeting regarding football boots described as blades, the members voted unanimously and as of the 17th of Jan 2009 blades of all descriptions will be prohibited on astro grass of all generations within CSFA (Development) during games.
Fines will be given out for non attendance at a league meeting Age group delegates are your first point of contact.
3) All team contacts are in team directory
4) All committee contacts are under officers of the league.
5) All referee contacts are under referees directory.
6) Please check the league documents for all Parent, Players and coaches code of conduct forms also team registration, team sheets and all other relevant league documents.
7) Clubs within CSFA (Development) who are organising friendly matches either pre-season or during the season must obtain a Friendly Match Permit this is available in league documents. This permit is required to ensure that your insurance cover is in place - see league secretary
8) The Objective of the Central Scotland Football Development Association is to promote the enjoyment of grassroots football for children, through the playing of structured football games in a safe environment that fosters fair play and participation for all, irrespective of gender, race, colour or religion and shall encourage co-operation, respect for others, loyalty, acceptance of rules and decisions, personal responsibility, self-discipline and the need for teamwork.
9) This Association endeavours to promote these values and will work closely with other allied professions or agencies that have similar aims. We are a volunteer association composed of Coaches and Referees, who work closely together to provide a safe and fun environment for children to develop in. The CSFA liaise with Falkirk, North Lanarkshire, East & West Dunbartonshire, Stirling and Clackmannan Councils, The Scottish Youth Football Association, The Scottish Football Association and other interested parties to help us to maintain youth football for all in the Central Scotland area.
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Season In Numbers
A selection of key statistics from this season. Stay up to date with the latest amount of win's, clean sheets, goals and more!2 MATCHES PLAYED211012901