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The ESFA logo
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The English Schools Football Association is the governing body of schools' football in England, and is responsible for the running and development of schools competitions and festivals for boys and girls at primary and secondary school age. Football is a ball game played between two teams of eleven players, each attempting to win by scoring more goals than their opponent. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

The FA works with ESFA to support high quality, administered and co-ordinated inter-school football competition programmes for all young people. // FA,fa and fA may mean: FA or fa Finance Federal Association, Federal Savings Bank Smith_Barney, Financial Advisor Sport and Leisure The Football Association, England First ascent, climbing Free agency Fallen Angels, a clan spanning many games. ...

The Association run a programme of national competitions from U11 to U19. District and County Associations as well as providing locally co-ordinated competitions also provide opportunities for young people to have the experience of playing at a higher level by representing their District or County team.


Here is the list of the main competitions as of 2005-2006, the ESFA is currently running:

  • U12 Specialist Schools Cup
  • U12 Boys Indoor 5-a-side Cup
  • U12 Girls Indoor 5-a-side Cup
  • U13 National Cup - Boys
  • U13 National Cup - Girls
  • U14 Schools Cup
  • U14 Schools Cup - Girls
  • U15 Inter Association Cup
  • U15 Specialist Schools - Boys
  • U15 Specialist Schools - Girls
  • U16 Schools Cup
  • U16 Schools Cup - Girls
  • U16 Inter County Trophy Girls
  • U16 Inter County Trophy Boys
  • U18 Schools' Trophy
  • U18 Colleges' Trophy
  • U18 Inter County Trophy

Previous competitions

  • 2003-2004
  • 2004-2005
  • 2005-2006

External links

  • Official website
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