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sun. 26th April at Cheltenham Town FC
U9s: 10.00 – Leckhampton Rovers Pythons v Leckhampton Rovers Mambas
U10: 11.15 – Bishops Cleeve Colts v Lydney Town Youth
U11: 12.30 – Leckhampton Rovers Harriers v Southside Lions
U12: 14.00 – Cheltenham CS Youth Blues v Worcester Colts
wed. 29th April at Bishops Cleeve FC
U18: 19.00 – Shurdington Rovers v FC Lakeside
sun. 3rd May at Cheltenham Town FC
U13: 10.00 – Shurdington Rovers Wolves v Quedgeley Wanderers
U14: 11.50 – Charlton Rovers Reds v Churchdown Panthers
U15: 13.40 – Leckhampton Rovers Cougars v Painswick Youth
U16: 15.40 – FC Lakeside v St Marks Juniors

26 February 2015

At the League's mid-season meeting this evening, the clubs agreed that in instances where three match officials are appointed (i.e. referee + 2 assistant referees), the two teams will share the officials' match fees equally (amounting to £27 per team), with the home team paying any travelling expenses as previously. This will particularly affect the League Cup semi-finals through March.

23 February 2015
The Future of the Cheltenham Youth Football League is in your hands! 
See letter from League Chairman, Nigel Newport-Black, on our FA Full Time web site.

23 February 2015
The GFA has asked us to remind clubs that U9 and U10 statistics entered by team managers should not include goalscorers following the 2013 FA Youth Development Review, and that team admin should not enter these onto the full-time site. Existing goalscorers will be removed and the facility disabled shortly.

10 February 2015
Please note that the scheduled General Meeting on 5 February was postponed and will now take place on 26 February.
The revised letter of notice and agenda was circulated to Club Secretaries on 10 February.

03 December 2014
Please note that for health reasons, Russell Price has stepped down for the time being from his role as Referees Secretary for the Cheltenham Youth Football League.
The Acting Referees Secretary is Stephen Pearce, tel 07825 538834, email , to whom all correspondence regarding referees should be addressed. He will be assisted by Matt Roberts.

4 September 2013
It is compulsory for teams to exchange Player Registration Cards with their opponents before each fixture
. Following a GFA decision during a hearing last season, the following should be noted:
If a team does not have a card for a player then that player is ineligible and must not play in the match.
If a team has no cards for the entire team (or if only 6 cards or less are available), then the match must not take place. The facts must be reported to the League who will deal with it as a broken fixture, and the defaulting team should pay the referee his/her entire fee and expenses.
If any game takes place then no protest will be entertained thereafter relating to the failure to exchange or produce player ID cards.