A massive congratulations to our Leeds Sports Academy central midfielder, Charlie, on being selected for Bradford City Academy. This is a great achievement for him and we are all very proud here at LSA! He will continue to play for us in between his BCFC training and he thoroughly deserves this great news. Well done Charlie!
Leeds Sports Academy and Horsforth JFC are going to Elland Road to watch (The Mighty!) Leeds United in action against Charlton Athletic! Details of the Trip: Venue: Elland Road Date: 30th April 2016 Kick Off: 3pm (meet at 2:15pm at the Billy Bremner Statue) Price: £20 for adults and £5 for children If you would like to attend this match, please CLICK HERE.
Horsforth JFC held their end-of-season awards today in front of a big crowd. All the players were in attendance with over 100 young footballers collecting either awards or medals. With categories including Player of the Year and Coaches Player of the Year, there were plenty recognition and achievement. With a long season from September to May now over, all the players (and parents!) can now have a deserved break over the Summer before the season begins again. Thank you to all the parents and players…Continue Reading “Horsforth JFC Annual End-of-Season-Awards”
Horsforth JFC U9s won the first piece of silverware in the Clubs history by winning the U9s Champions Cup! Coached by Leeds Sports Academy, the club has only been established within the last 3 years. Played on a magnificent pitch at the West Riding FA, the U9s were superb throughout the match. The dead-lock was broken mid-way through the first half when the U9s Talisman, James Waters, finished with a magnificent strike to give Horsforth JFC the lead. Taking a 1-0 lead into half-time, the…Continue Reading “Horsforth JFC Under 9s win Garforth Cup!”
Horsforth JFC U7s went within 10 minutes of reaching their maiden cup final, narrowly losing to Farsley Celtic AFC in the semi-finals. Played over 2 matches, both sides were extremely even throughout proceedings. Drawing the first game 4-4, Horsforth JFC narrowly lost by 1 goal in the second game meaning they just failed to reach the final. Playing in their first ever season, the teams have developed fantastically well over the last few months. Playing against a strong Farsley side, the team should be proud…Continue Reading “Horsforth JFC U7s reach semi-final of cup”