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We aim to provide football to children of all ages and abilities in a safe, friendly and fun environment and to promote the values of respect, teamwork and good behaviour. “Attitude above ability”
We fully support the concept of Long Term Player Development (LTPD) and aim to deliver age-appropriate coaching.
We provide a football curriculum which all coaches are encouraged to follow to ensure each child across the age groups are given a consistent message and a balanced football education.
Our environment will be one in which taking risks and making mistakes are seen as important elements of the learning process. We will encourage this, without putting the players under undue pressure, as well as emphasising the importance of trying your best at all times and never giving up.
Overall, our aim is, in line with our Positional Profiles, to produce technically good footballers who understand the game well, conduct themselves in the right way and make excellent decisions, both on and off the pitch.
We see the Junior Club as just the first step of an individual’s footballing career and we fully expect a large percentage of our young players to benefit from our strong links with the Keynsham Senior Football Club and progress to become an important part of Keynsham FC’s senior teams in the years following their junior career.
Each of our Club coaches has a minimum of a FA Level 1 Coaching qualification,
has been taught to administer Emergency First Aid and has been CRB checked.
Keynsham Town were founded in 1895. We first played in the Bristol & District League and progressed through the Bristol Combination, Bristol Premier and Somerset Senior League and won the Somerset Senior Cup in 1951-52 and 1957-58.
We were elected to the Western League in 1973 but were relegated three years later in 1976. Since then we have been promoted to the Premier Division three times and relegated three times. We won the Somerset Senior Cup for the third time in 2002-03 and reached the 5th round of the FA Vase in 2003-04.
The First Team currently play in Western League Division One, which is step 10 of the English pyramid system.
We have three senior sides in all – First Team, Reserve Team and Third Team, along with two under 18 teams and of course an excellent Junior section covering many age groups.
The Reserves play in Somerset County Division One, with the Third Team in Bristol and Suburban Division Two.
All home games are played at the AJN Stadium, Crown Fields, Bristol Road, Keynsham, BS31 1DZ. The pitch is a synthetic 3G artificial turf for all weather use.