The Jersey FA representative Football
Jersey FA Senior Mens Representative Teams
The Jersey FA Senior Men's Representative Team is run by Head Coach Martin Cassidy & his assistant Andrew McLaughlin. The Senior Representative compete in a number of friendly and competitive matches throughout the year including the Hepburn's Muratti Vase Final.
- Manager / Head Coach: Martin Cassidy
- Assistant Manager: Andrew McLaughlin
- Coach: Paddy O'Toole
- Goalkeeper Coach: Paulo Campos
- Strength and Condition Coaches: Andre Rommeril & Graham McAnuff
- Kit Manager: Bob Richardson
Jersey FA U21 Representative Team
The Jersey FA U21 annually compete against Guernsey for the Ambassadors Bowl Trophy, sponsored by the Ambassador Hotel as well a number of competitive friendlies. The team is managed by Head Coach Martin Cassidy and his assistant Andrew McLaughlin.
Jersey Senior Women's Representative Team
The Jersey FA women's senior team is managed by manager Simon Petulla and his assistant Charlie Petulla, The Senior Representative Women compete in a number of annual and Bi-annual competitive matches including the annual Muratti Trophy Competition, against Guernsey and the NatWest Island Games. As well as competitive
At a local level our Jersey Women have inspired our entire island. By first sealing the Muratti with a emphatic 7-0 win over Guernsey, then winning gold in the 2015 NatWest Island Games. Our lionesses secured their name into the record books, beating Aland in the final. A team that had been undefeated in the past three NatWest Island Games. Our current success in women's football is testament to the development and infrastructure created by local coaches.
- Manager / Head Coach: Simon Petulla
- Assistant Manager: Charlie Petulla
- Goalkeeper Coach: Jason Carpenter
- Performance Coach: Jimmy Kelly
The Capita Centre of Excellence is a programme of development for elite boys, designed to identify and maximize their talent and extend the player pathway through the games programme of the Jersey FA representative teams.
The Centre is directed by Paul Renton, there is a total of 96 boys and 12 coaches, the boys age groups are under U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 and U17. The girls Player Development Centre have a total 48 girls and 9 coaches, the girls age groups are under U12, U14, U16 and U18.
The boys meet on a Monday evening at Les Quennevais and the girls meet on a Friday evening at Les Ormes.
The Centre aims to:
- Provide a high quality coaching environment
- Develop good habits in young players
- Establish a challenging and structured technical programme based on " FA Future Game "
- Promote fair play and sportsmanship
The programme runs for 20 weeks, built around intensive structured sessions . All core skills are developed through the technical programmes with qualified coaches. The players progress through the Centre to play representative football for Jersey at the various age groups levels.
Capita in Jersey has provided financial support to the Centre for the past 8 years. The Jersey FA's association with Capita has enabled the Centre to develop in that period of time. The players have had the chance to play outside of Jersey, broadening their football and learning experiences.
The Capita Player Development Centre For Girls (PDC)
The Capita Player Development Centre For Girls is a programme of development for elite girls, designed to identify and maximize their talent and extend the player pathway through the games programme of the Jersey FA representative teams.
The Centre is directed by Jodie Botterill, there is a total of 80 girls and 12 fully qualified female coaches, the PDC run age groups at U12, U14, U16, U18 and a Development Squad made up of Under 21 and U18 players.
The girls meet on a Friday evening at Haute Vallee.
Capita in Jersey has provided financial support to the Centre for the past 8 years. The Jersey FA's association with Capita has enabled the Centre to develop in that period of time. The players have had the chance to play outside of Jersey, broadening their football and learning experiences . The Centre has also been able to expand the opportunities and programmes to a wider age group of players.