About the club
Borough Green Junior Football Club provides football for around 140 local boys and girls, running 15 teams from Under 7s to Under 18s. The Club places a strong emphasis on youth development and it believes that youngsters are provided with the opportunity to develop their skills as they progress through the various age groups. The Club runs teams in the follwing leagues:
- Invicta Primary League for Under 's, U8s through to U11's
- Express Cabs Maidstone Boys Primary League for Under 12s & Under 14s
- The Crowborough League
Each team has at least one FA qualified manager / coach. The Club was originally formed in 1993 with just one team and further teams have been added each year thereafter since its inception. In 2004 the Club adopted a common strip of Green shirts, Black shorts, Green socks and matching Black jackets as part of its vision of establishing and re-inforcing a common Club identity. This achievement was realised through the generosity of the Clubs sponsors. The Club achieved F.A. Standard Charter status in 2006 and has already established the necessary policies, procedures and practices to facilitate this goal.
The Club along with the Football Foundation and partners shown below financed and built a 3G all-weather training facility, which provides our teams and the community with a state of the art local training facility .
Affiliation & Status
Borough Green Junior Football Club is a junior club affiliated to the Kent County Football Association.
We also have links with Potters Football Club and have a veterans team that plays each Tuesday evening.
Teams play at :
Wrotham 3G Artifical Pitch
Potters Mede Community Sports Ground, Wrotham
Borough Green Recreation ground
Stonehouse Field, St Mary’s Platt
King George’s Field, St. Mary’s Platt
Club Colours - Red shirts & shorts with White trim.