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Gateway Vineyard Football Club have a new-look going into the new season and a new link-up with a local homeless charity.
If you can’t yet get to see Norwich City play, why not check out a game in the Norfolk Christian League? Perhaps the standout game in the first Saturday of the new season was a thrilling 4-3 victory for Gateway Vineyard over Sprowston Radicals.
The Norfolk Christian Football League has decided, along with other local FA leagues, to end the current season by expunging all games and results with no champions declared.
The Norfolk Christian Football League has issued a plea for positive stories from its teams, despite no football currently being played, and league chairman Jim Green offers his own thoughts on what we can draw from the current season.
The youth section of the Norfolk Christian Football League has joined forces with Norfolk FA and the county’s other four youth leagues to help deliver a localised Respect campaign #NorfolkFootballisPositive.
As the Norfolk Christian Football League adult division approaches the season’s half-way mark, the title race is wide open and the most exciting for a number of years.
The community focus of a Norwich church football team has led to growing numbers of players and one even paying for an entire new team strip as a way of saying thanks.
The Norfolk Christian Youth Football League kicks off on Saturday (September 21), with 21 teams competing at Under 12, Under 14 and Under 16 age groups.
The curtain-raising tournament for the new Norfolk Christian Football League season took place last weekend (September 14) with a seven-team competition won by Gateway Vineyard.
The Norfolk Christian Football League has honoured Referees Secretary, Chris Allen, for wonderful service to the league with the award of the Sam Hollinger trophy.
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