Saturday Soccer School

If your aged between 5 and 10 years old come and join our Saturday soccer school in Bexleyheath to get some great football coaching. More »

Under 8 Addicks step out in new Club kit

The Club are gradually changing over to a new kit manufacturer to align themselves with Charlton Athletic FC. More »

Girls football returns

After a five year absence the club are forming an Under 11 girls football team for next season. More »

Football Remembers - 1914 Christmas Truce

Various Junior Reds teams joined several thousand across the United Kingdom to mark Football Remembers Week. More »

Selkent Managers Training Course

Congratulations to Andy Wood, Kelly King and Daren Proberts who completed the brand new Selkent Managers In-Service Training Course recently. More »



Welcome to

Junior Reds

Football Club

London FA Charter

Standard Development Club


Ever thought of getting more involved with Junior Reds FC? The club is totally dependant on volunteers to coach and manage a wide spectrum of teams ranging from Under 7’s right through to the Senior squads.

We are always looking for new volunteers to help out within the club and have the following opportunities available :-

  • Coaches
  • Managers
  • Assistant Coaches
  • Assistant Managers

You don’t have to be an experienced FA Level 1 or 2 coach as enthusiasm and reliability are just as important.

If you’re interested and want to help then please contact:

Clive Chivers on 07504 264157 or e-mail


The Saturday Soccer Club operates every Saturday morning in Bexleyheath and is open to any ability from 5 to 10 years of age (I.e reception to Year 5). The sessions operate on a simple pay and play “casual” basis. Click on the link to find out more Saturday Soccer Club


Christmas Party 2014

Xmas Party 14 v1A Christmas Party was held on 13th December for members of the younger teams and “Saturday Soccer Club”.

The venue was Danson Youth Centre and Father Christmas made his customary appearance to dispense seasonal cheer and presents.

Thanks to go to Pauline Berry for her organising skills and Terry Whittley
his wife Terri, Grainne Feeney and Sam Lilburn for helping to make it a fun
time for the kids.

Father Christmas spotted!!


Father Christmas has been spotted walking across the Danson Youth Centre ground on Sunday.

Father Christmas was combining his role as a Junior Reds’ Team Manager showing off his tracksuit. He tells me he had a weekend off from making all those toys.

A Christmas present for guessing who he is?


Football Remembers: Celebrating 1914 Christmas Truce match

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Various Junior Reds teams joined several thousand across the United Kingdom to mark Football Remembers Week.

The unofficial ceasefire one hundred years ago in December 1914 saw British and German soldiers across the Western Front play football together. This was one of the most iconic moments of World War I. 

These ‘Moment in History’ pictures are being displayed on a website called

Pictured above are the U8 Addicks, U8 Knights, U11 Robins & U14 Valiants teams that took part in this special event.

Selkent Managers Training Course – Junior Reds well represented

Selkent Managers Course

Congratulations to Andy Wood, Kelly King and Daren Proberts who completed the brand new Selkent Managers In-Service Training Course on Saturday.

Twenty four managers from across the league took part in the very first Managers Training course held over three days with a mixture of both classroom and practical elements including Management Philosophy, Psychology, Match Day Management and Coaching Principles. The course was tutored by Alex Welsh and Tina Mapes,
both highly respected ‘A’ Licence Coaches along with Sally Dolan (Selkent League Secretary) who was on hand at the end to award certificates to all the candidates.

Andy said “this was an excellent course and I would recommend it to all our Selkent Team Managers. Everyone would benefit from attending”.

Andy, Kelly & Darren – A big thank you for your time and commitment in representing the club.

Tribute to Ben

Tribute to BenYesterdays Junior Reds Spartans  game against AFC Sporting Meridian was dedicated to the memory of Ben Purdy, who played for the Spartans and sadly passed away last week.

All teams in the Woolwich & Eltham District Alliance League paid their respects to Ben with a minutes applause before their games.

Ben’s parents were also in attendance at the match to see just how much their son meant to the team. The Spartans won the game 4-0.

Ben Purdy

It is with great sadness that the club has been advised of the death of Ben Purdy. Ben, who was just 18 years of age, played for the Sunday (Adult) Spartans and died last Monday. 

Manager Geraint Jones said of Ben :  

“Ben has been with the team since the age of sixteen, and has been embraced by his older team mates as a little brother, going on various social outings and football competitions, enjoying and giving plenty of banter in return.

I first came into contact with Ben, when Sam, told me that he had a little cousin who was quite handy, and that I should consider signing him. He came to summer training, and played in our pre-season matches.  I was impressed with his positive attitude, and his friendly personality fitted perfectly within the ethos of Junior Reds, and I signed him immediately.

For those who do not know Ben, I can say that he was truly a young gentleman, kind, polite and always wanting to help, He would never shy away when I was looking for someone to run the line, when he was a substitute, he would volunteer!

Ben went through life with a smile on his face, he loved his football and his team, and was a very promising full back.  His team mates will miss him dearly, but he will never be forgotten”.

Our heartfelt condolences go to all his family and friends.

Girls at Wembley

Girls @ Wembley-1The Under 11 Girls team made a special trip to Wembley on Sunday 23rd
November to watch England Ladies play the German Ladies. Despite lots of
unconventional flag waving, a difficult journey and an England defeat, a good
time was had by all.

Girls Group Co-ordinator, Grainne Feeney, said “We have been working really
hard over the last few months and as a reward we decided to take a day off
from playing a match by visiting Wembley to see a Ladies International game.
The Girls certainly learnt from this experience and were inspired by some of
the play – especially from the German team!”

The Girls are steadily expanding this section of the Club.

If Girls (aged 7 to 14) wish to join in just come along to Bexleyheath Academy (10.30am) on a Saturday morning. You will  be very welcome.

Jack Petchey – November 2014 Winner

The Jack Petchey award for November 2014 is awarded to Sam of the Senior Spartans.

Lesley Price said ” Since Geraint decided to step down Sam has stepped up to run the team along with Ray, which is no mean feat. The amount of work he is putting in with Ray is amazing and the team morale is on the up and up. I feel he really deserves the recognition.”


Well done Sam from all at Junior Reds, keep up the good work.


The ballThe Junior Reds Football Club was formed in 2001 to provide boys and girls, between the ages of six and eighteen, with the opportunity to compete in local Sunday Football Leagues in South East  London and  North Kent. The Club has steadily grown and now has 42 teams competing in the Kent Youth League, Bexley  and  District Junior League  or the South East London and Kent Youth League (SELKENT).    Click here to find out more details of the clubs history.



If you are interested in joining the Junior Reds, please contact:

  • Angela Wood,

Mobile: 07968 946256 or e-mail

  • Clive Chivers, Club Secretary

Mobile: 07504 264157 or e-mail

  • Daniel Masters, Club Recruitment Officer

Mobile: 07957 740270 or e-mail

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