South Coast Championship 2022

Annual Five and Six-a-Side Football Tournament

Date: 16th and 17th July 2022

Location: King George V Playing Fields in Cosham, Portsmouth, PO6 3XB

Saturday 16th July 2022: Under 8s, 10s, 12s, 14s and 16s.

Sunday 17th July 2022: Under 7s , 9s, 11s, 13s, 15s and 17’s/18s.

Entry Fee: £40 per team

Closing Date: 31st May 2022


Tournament Format

Under 7’s and 8s are 5 aside format. All other age groups being 6 aside format.

Entry Requirements

Complete our Online Entry Form in the next tab along to apply online. An entry form is required for each team applying to play.  Payment must be received in full for your team to be eligible to play. 

Places are issued on a first-come first-served basis.

Registration on the Day

Team Registration on the day is to be completed by 9.30am with a managers meeting taking place at 9.45am ready for first game at 10.00am. Please bring a completed Team Registration Form along on the day. A Team Registration Form can be found in the forms tab above.


Important Information

Please note that in the event that some age groups are oversubscribed, those clubs that have entered 2 or more teams in the same age group may have their entry numbers reduced, even if they submitted their application before the closing date. You will receive email confirmation of your entry and a set of tournament rules by early June.

*** Please note that you should enter your team in their age group and league for the upcoming season 2022-2023
i.e. If you played Under 11s 2021/22 you will enter as Under 12s.***

*** Please note that this form must be downloaded, completed and handed in on the day of the tournament before 9.30am***


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Child Welfare



At Fleur De Lys FC the welfare of all our child members is of the utmost importance.

If anyone (adult or child), at anytime has any concerns or worries, please contact the clubs Child Welfare Officer:

Justin Davenport

    The Football Association also has a useful Whistle Blowing Policy which can be found here:

    Whistle-blowing can be used as an early warning system or when it’s recognised that appropriate actions have not been taken. It is about revealing and raising concerns over misconduct or malpractice within an organisation or within an independent structure associated with it.  Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague can also use whistle-blowing by contacting The FA’s safeguarding team on 0800 169 1863 Extension 6300 or 6400 or via email on Alternatively you can go direct the Police or Children’s Social Care and report your concerns there, or contact the NSPCC Helpline via 0808 800 5000 or by emailing




    Football is For ALL and should be enjoyed in a safe, fun and inclusive environment, where you and I can play our part. Respect is an important value in life, not just football. Leading with Respect is important to our club and we want to ensure that everyone’s time with Fleur De Lys Football Club is memorable for the right reasons. It’s all about creating the best possible football experiences.

    Throughout our club everyone champions the behaviours of Respect (for example fairness, integrity, inclusion and leadership) and can demonstrate how they have worked to make these behaviours a part of our approach.

    We would like to unite all members of our club, and wider network by championing Respect. It is everyone’s duty to adhere to and uphold the values of The FA’s Respect programme so that we can continue to make our game, the beautiful game.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The Respect programme was launched at the start of the 2008/09 season. Its original objectives were;

    To recruit and retain enough referees for the demands of the game at every level.
    To reduce the number of assaults on referees
    To achieve an improvement in on- field player discipline particularly in the area of dissent to referees
    To manage a step change in youth football as to what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour from parents and spectators.

    Please visit our documents hub for the parents & spectators online guide.

    Implement The FA Codes of Conduct and promote The FA Codes of Conduct where possible (clubhouses, match day programmes, upload to the website, circulate to members in the club and/or even handouts for parents, social media promotions etc). A club can also purchase Respect branded merchandise such as Touchline Barriers as visual reminders of The FA Respect Programme. Additionally, there are Respect barriers available to purchase which has also been used by the county FA at every match, event and cup final. This is available via sportzhub, click here to view products.

    Grants to offset costs are still available through the current Football Foundation respect equipment scheme.

    Pitch side Marshalls and Respect briefings for coaches and parents is also encouraged – raise awareness with your own club workforce. For more information, please contact the Hampshire FA County Welfare Officer. 

    A club can also host a Respect Education Workshop for your club’s workforce, parents and spectators. This presentation includes education on respect, discipline, laws of the game, social media and equality and diversity. The presentations are delivered free of charge by Hampshire FA’s County Welfare Officer.

    Within our club we have a Welfare officer(s), and their details can be found on our contacts page. Please speak to them ASAP after the incident and they will be able to action the next steps, depending on the seriousness of the incident.

    Someone who promotes all the behaviours (for example fairness, integrity, inclusion and leadership). This could be someone within a club or league and is not a formal role. Why not have more than one!

    Yes, there is a Respect equipment scheme which the FA delivers in partnership with the Football Foundation. You can visit by clicking here.

    Your County FA would love to hear some positive work being carried out for Respect. If your County FA is on social media, simply use their handle and engage using #ForRespect. Share your message and a picture. Please note, if you are taking pictures of children and using for social media, consent will need to be given by the child’s parent/guardian/carer.

    Please contact the Respect Champion or County Welfare officer at our club or at the County FA. They would be happy to hear your ideas and can provide you with some constructive feedback.

    Everyone is responsible and should play their part in creating safe, fun and inclusive environments. No matter what your role is, let’s work together to unite the game.

    Yes, absolutely. County FAs are happy to work with individuals/groups that wish to champion Respect. Please contact the County Welfare Officer, details available on the Hampshire FA website.

    Our People


    FounderJohn Nevatte
    PresidentDave Hawkins
    Lifetime Vice PresidentsArthur Lindsay
    Daphney Lindsay
    Alan Burgess
    Alan Richards
    Susan Duffin
    Eric Duffin,
    Mick Winkley
    Terry Duggan,
    Steve Duke
    Steve Batchelor
    Gary Biggs
    Jackie Bayne
    Neil Duffin
    Dave Lindsay
    Linda Hind
    ChairSteve Jackson
    Vice-ChairJerome Carroll
    SecretaryKerrie Kilford / Rhiannon Perez Hiedra
    TreasurerIan Hackney
    Development OfficerJerome Carroll
    Child Welfare OfficerJustin Davenport
    Co-ordinatorKerrie Kilford


    Team NameManager
    U7 NelsonJames Preston
    U7 VictoryJack Cooper
    U8 VictoryChe Fox
    U9 NelsonDominic Calvert
    U9 VictoryAdam Bowley
    U9 WarriorJames Dugan
    U10 AdmiralsDaniel Short
    U10 NelsonBen White
    U10 VictoryAndy Hellier
    U10 WarriorLee Wade
    U11 Bluebells (Girls)Chris Joliffe
    U11 NelsonAdam Tolmie
    U11 VictoryAlan Mockford
    U12 NelsonAshton Davenport / Josh Turnbull
    U13 DreadnoughtsRichard Turnbull
    U13 NelsonSam Leng
    U13 WarriorOwen Snook
    U14 AdmiralsJulie Moore
    U14 VictoryBilly Pearson
    U14 Mary RoseIan Hackney
    U15 NelsonJeff Goodred
    U15 VictorySteve Jackson
    U16 DreadnoughtsJohn Lee
    U16 NelsonLaurence Scott
    U16 VictoryScott Andrews
    U18 NelsonRuss McCarthy


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              FIND US

              We operate from our base, and training facilites found at the heart of Drayton Park, in Cosham.

              Training takes place here, in addition to at King George Playing fields, in Cosham. Please check with your individual team to confirm the individual training arrangements.

              Join Us

              if you are interested in joining Fleur De Lys FC as a player or volunteer, please use the contact form below to get in touch.  Alternatively you can contact us via  Facebook

                Our Story

                Since it’s inception, Fleur De Lys has grown from humble beginnings, into one of the South’s premier youth football clubs. With facilities based at Drayton Park in Cosham, the club has a solid foundation from which to deliver excellence through high quality coaching, first aiders, child protection officers and dedicated volunteers to the young people in the area, from the age of 3 years right up to our senior/reserves teams.

                More than just a football club, Fleur De Lys FC is a community, a family and those values of respect, and togetherness form the foundations that the club rests upon.

                Our story began in 1967 by Founder John Nevatte, who had a group of boys in two Portsmouth Cub Packs (19th Portsmouth at St Mary’s & 62nd Portsmouth at Cosham) who were hungry to play football, prompting John to make an application for these boys to play football in the Cub league.

                The application was successful but instead of being entered into the Cub League the team was entered into the Leigh Park League in error………..the rest, as they say, is history.

                The club naturally began to take shape, and after our first season we had enough boys for two full teams. Success was soon to follow, with one of these teams reaching the Portsmouth Cup Final, which took place at Pitt Street, Portsmouth.

                By 1972 the club had grown yet more in size and stature, and we saw the Under 12 Team win the triple; securing first place in the League, bringing home the Portsmouth Cup as well as being 6-a-side winners.

                In 2003 we were honoured to achieve the FA Charter Standard by the Football Association, which recognises high standards of administration, coaching and management. This really underlined the values which our club is built upon and justifies the work and dedication that goes into the everyday running of the club by the selfless efforts of the staff and volunteers.

                Building further upon this success, in May 2005 Fleur De Lys became the first club in the City of Portsmouth to achieve the coveted FA Community Standard which we have maintained ever since. Yet more was to follow, and in 2015 we were also voted the FA Charter Standard Club Of The Year.

                In 2017 we celebrated our 50th year, marking it with several events within the community.

                It is fair to say that the club has never been stronger. With just under 30 teams at the time of writing, a dedicated and focused committee and with our home facilities secured at Drayton Park for the next 20+ years, we want to continue to provide the highest quality services possible to the young people, maintain our reputation in the wider community and beyond, and grow our brand

                We strive to produce well rounded, healthy young people and if they can also kick a ball, then all the better.

                We are now looking forward to the next 50+ years for the club and we have a formula for success – written in black and white on our shirts.


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