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Norwich City Community Sports Foundation schools
  • Norwich City CSF - Schools & Education
  • Norwich City CSF - Schools & Education
  • Norwich City CSF - Schools & Education

CSF Schools Cup

Over 1000 school children take part in the Cup each year

The annual Community Sports Foundation Schools Cup is seen as the most prestigious schools football tournament in the county.

Each year over 90 local schools from across Norfolk enter to compete for the title of CSF Schools Cup winners. 

This unique experience sees schools enter a mixed U11 team with girls playing the first half and boys the second half to determine the overall result. Fixtures are played on match days across the period of a few months.

As well as the U11 tournament, there is a Girls U13 tournament open to high schools across the county.

The schools that progress from the league stages will then qualify for the Champions' Day. 

The overall winners will then have the chance to represent Norwich City nationally at the Premier League/Football League finals - Woodlands Primary Academy and Flegg High School were Norwich City's representatives at Goodison Park in 2016.
 
Woodlands Primary Academy with Everton's mascotThumbs up! Flegg High School celebrating a win
The winning schools will receive medals and of course the trophy to display for the remainder of the year.

To find out more, please contact our Schools Development Officer, Joe Harvey, on 01603 761122 or at joe.harvey@canaries.co.uk    


Programme Funders:


Football League Trust