Welcome to the official website of the Oxford Mail Youth Football League. We are an FA Charter Standard League run entirely by volunteers whose primary aims are to provide a sound framework which enables local youth football teams to facilitate football for young people in a safe, fun, fair and competitive environment and to the highest possible standards

We are proud of our history and the fact that what we are doing currently involves over 4,500 children in over 350 teams from over 70 clubs, and growing season on season in Oxfordshire and neighbouring counties. We are passionate about football and the FA Respect agenda, both of which drive us to provide even more football, fun and enjoyment for our players, managers, parents and supporters and officials.

Important Information

U7 Player Registration

Please remember that the process for registering U7 players this season is via email (please do not post or deliver them by hand). A colour passport photo (in jpeg format), a scan of the date of birth document(e.g. birth certificate, passport) and a scan of the signed individual player registration form (one for each player) should be sent to registrations@oyfl.org.uk. The new player ID card will be sent back to you by post once printed, using the address you put on the form.

League News

Withdrawn teams [added 27 Aug 2016]

The following teams have withdrawn from the League: Crowmarsh Youth Ravens U14s, Milton United U15s, Oxford Irish U16s. Fixtures are being adjusted accordingly.

League and Cup Fixtures [added 22 Aug 2016]

All League and Cup Fixtures have been given out to clubs at Sunday's Registration Day, and have been sent electronically to all club Fixture Secretaries. They will be added to Full-Time shortly with a default ko time of 10.30am (please advise Paul Lyon if you schedule a different ko time).

Oxford United Advance Sixth Form trials

Full Time Education & Football Programme Starting September 2016

Advance 6th Form @ the Oxford Academy and Oxford United Community Trust will be launching its Education and Football Academy this September.

This is a brand new partnership which will broaden your opportunities to study whilst gaining valuable playing and work experience within the Community Trust, which is supported by the OUFC elite Academy.

Unlike the traditional football and education courses that have become very popular in recent years, the Advance Oxford United Community Trust Academy will offer a range of educational courses from Level 2 BTECs through to A Levels in various subjects, including English and Mathematics retakes.

If you enroll onto the Advance Oxford United Community Trust Academy benefits will include:

  • Study a full time BTEC or A Level course – See prospectus for details of courses
  • A daily training programme and weekly competitive match day experience
  • Free access to the school fitness suite – strength and conditioning programmes designed by qualified staff
  • Play in the U19 FA Youth Development League against other Professional Football Club academies (Boys only)
  • Play in the English Colleges Cat 1 League and WS Development League (Girls Only)
  • Gain valuable work based qualifications such as your FA Level 1 & 2 coaching badges, First Aid qualifications
  • A free season ticket to Oxford United first team games and Oxford United Ladies first team games
  • Work alongside Oxford United Football Club employees to gain valuable work placement experience in all departments

Be part of this exciting new partnership by emailing OUFCAdvance@theoxfordacademy.org.uk or calling 01865 774311 ext 2111.

Trials will take place at The Oxford Academy, Sandy Lane West, Littlemore, OX4 6JZ on Saturday 18th June 2016 from 10am-12noon.

Click on the Advance Sixth Form logo above to download the official flyer to see further details of the trials.

Press Coverage

Results and match reports appear each Wednesday in the Oxford Mail throughout the season. Clubs should make sure match reports are emailed to Paul Lyon by 5.00pm on Sundays in order to be published in the next Sports edition. Results MUST be reported to Paul Lyon by 5.00pm on matchday (9.00pm for midweek games).

The Oxford Mail will also send a photographer to selected games throughout the season to take team photos and action shots, some of which will appear in the Oxford Mail. These photographs will be available for clubs and parents to purchase direct from the photographer, Steve Wheeler (mobile: 07884 187387).