On Saturday 27th May 2017, the players and coaches of Stamperland Juniors FC 2000, were presented with the PJDYFL League Championship Shield and Winners Medals at Parklea Stadium, Port Glasgow.
It was a highly successful end to the season where the boys, having played 24 league matches, won 22, drew 1 and lost only 1 game. Earlier in the season, they also had a fantastic run in the Scottish FA Youth Cup, just losing out on a last sixteen place to Lochgelly Albert Colts 2000, the Fife Region Champions, who beat them, in Fife, 6-5 after extra time.
Gordon Cummings, Team Secretary said, “Our young men have had a wonderful season and they have been fantastic ambassadors for the club and the Stamperland area in general. Their success has been down to hard work and commitment over a long and difficult season and they should take great pride in their achievement.”
Well done boys!!!
Stamperland FC is a community based Football Club, since the club was founded in 2001 it has continued to grow and develop year after year.
The Coaches at Stamperland FC are all volunteers who are committed to providing a first class footballing experience for all their players.
The club provides positive coaching for over 100 boys and girls between the ages of 4 to 14 years. Our coaches are all fully qualified to the required SYFA standards, are qualified Sports Injury First Aiders and are Disclosure Scotland / PVG checked.The Clubs commitment to Coach Education and Training has led to the club being awarded the Scottish FA Quality Mark.
The Scottish FA Quality Mark accreditation scheme is designed to support and recognise the work of clubs and teams who have a desire to be the very best they can be.
The Quality Mark accreditation provides our Coaches with access to SFA Coach Education Courses and in Service Training days,It also provides expertise and support from local Scottish FA development staff.
At Stamperland we are committed to creating the best possible environment for our young players to be the best they can be.