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  • FA Charter standard development club status acquired 2001
  • FA Charter Standard Community Club Status acquired 2002
  • 20 teams across 10 age groups
  • 16 FA level one coaches
  • 1 Coach with FA coaching certificate
  • 1 Disability trained coach
  • 3 qualified referees

Club history:
Warley Rangers JFC was first formed in 1998 at the Brown Cow Inn, Highroad well. Initially we had 3 junior teams at under 7’s u8’s and u9’s and were based in the picturesque village of Warley. In Dec 2001 we became the first club in West Yorkshire to achieve FA Charter Standard Development Club status. In 2002 we merged with the Warley Town open age team (2 teams), and as a result now have an exit route for the kids as they reach adulthood. In Nov 2002 the club was included in the first batch of 90 clubs UK wide that were awarded FA Charter Standard Community Club status.

We are always looking for new players across our 10 age groups and have a code of conduct that promotes equality and fairness. Learn more about joining our club by clicking here. Our club has strong links with local schools including St Mary’s, Sacred Heart and Ling Bob. We also have links with professional clubs such as Leeds United and Blackburn Rovers.

The main objectives and ideals of Warley Rangers JFC are to promote discipline, fair play and sportsmanship through: ‘Enjoyment of participating in football in a safe environment’ – ‘Play to Enjoy (to win is a bonus)’

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