Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC, Chairman, Paul Armin proudly informed managers, supporters and officials that Northern Power Grid had organised, via Steelphalt, that tarmac has been laid on the service road which accesses our car park.… Read the rest
Training is best suited for players age 4-6 years with each session costing £2.… Read the rest
*** AGM has been postponed and will now take place Sunday 5th September ***
In accordance with our Club Constitution, Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC are providing a date for our 2021 AGM. We have to inform managers/coaches/parents that we are required to give 21 days notice that with effect from Sunday 8 August 2021 our 2021 AGM will be held on Sunday 29 August 2021.… Read the rest
As our Junior Josephs goes from strength to strength its becoming increasingly difficult to keep all of our budding footballers and guardians fully up to date with what’s going on each week. This has recently become increasingly challenging due to poor weather and training sessions being cancelled late in the day.… Read the rest
The club are delighted to announce that they will become a Wildcat Girls’ Football Centre.
Wildcat centres are all about giving girls aged 5-11 a fun, social, safe girls-only environment where they can learn new skills, make friends and have fun!… Read the rest
Rawmarsh St Josephs are delighted to confirm that we’ve come to an agreement with our friends and neighbours at Upper Haugh Cricket Club to host their Third Team games at Stubbin starting next Season 2021.
This partnership continues the clubs recent development and aligns perfectly to our ambition of becoming the sporting hub for our local community.… Read the rest
Last week we canvassed all our members with regards to their preference on how Junior Football can return to normality. The league hope this could be as early as December but could have to wait until January 2020. Or potentially either later, dependant on how the current lockdown goes.… Read the rest
Sadly Lockdown 2 isn’t the amazing film sequel that we were all waiting for in 2020. No, it’s further COVID restrictions announced by the government on Saturday evening.
Following a short period of consultation, the Football Association have announced that non-elite football will stop from Thursday 5th November and not re-start any earlier than Wednesday 2 December 2020.… Read the rest
Recently the governemt updated their guidance re track and trace, specifically the use of QR Codes. This guidance was sent to our club by the Football Association (FA) with a deadline to implement of 24 September 2020. The full guidance from the FA is in the link below but in summary our club;
- must maintain records of all visitors to KCM Arena
- must register for and display the official NHS QR Code
- continue to follow other guidance to minimise the spread of COVID-19
Failure to comply will result in Government issued fines.… Read the rest