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 6,000 children in 480 teams from nearly 90 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

Player Registrations

This season all player registrations will be done via the Whole Game System (WGS). All clubs have been given details and updates on the new process. As of 12 August, over 1,700 players have been registered. Remember that teams must have enough registered players one week before their first fixture - season starts weekend of 9-10 September.

Match day reporting

As we did last season, all teams will need to send in the match result via SMS message to Full-Time. In addition, all match day statistics (players, subs, scorers [U12-U16], referee mark) will be added directly to Full-Time by managers/team admins (so no match cards!). The detailed process will be sent to clubs shortly.


These have been sent to clubs, but there may be some updates to be released in the next few weeks due to late changes and withdrawals. Fixtures will be added to Full-Time shortly, once the League setup has been completed.

League News

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).