The GUERNSEY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, also simply known as the Guernsey
FA or the GFA, is the body that co-ordinates and organises the sport
of football in
Guernsey . Although, as a
Crown Dependency , Guernsey
is not a part of the
United Kingdom , the local FA is affiliated with
the English FA , and acts as a
County Football Association .
* 1 Organisation
* 2 Competitions
* 2.1 Leagues
* 2.2 Cups
* 3 See also
* 4 References
* 5 External links
The organisation runs the
Guernsey national football team (which
competes in the
Muratti Vase and the Island Games ), the Guernsey
league representative XI (which competes in the FA National League
System Cup ) and the
Priaulx League , the main league competition on
The representative XI won the National League Cup in 2010 and
qualified for the
UEFA Regions Cup , where they were eliminated in the
group stages in Macedonia. Following this run, the GFA proposed to
establish a club which would join the English Football Pyramid in an
attempt to offer the island’s senior elite players the opportunity
to progress further and test themselves at a higher level. In 2011
Guernsey F.C. was created.
Guernsey FA is based at
The Corbet Field (home of Member Club
Vale Recreation F.C.
Vale Recreation F.C. ), in Saint Sampson,
Chris Schofield was appointed Chairman in 2010 and replaced Mark Le
Tissier who left to set up
In March 2012, former
Oxford United FC trainee, Angus Mackay, was
appointed as the football development officer.
* Railway (Veterans) League
* Under 18 Development League
* Under 16 Development League
* Under 14 Development League
* Women's League
Guernsey FA Cup
* Stranger Charity Cup (
Priaulx League teams)
* Mauger Cup (
Jackson League teams)
* Rouget Cup (Railway League teams)
* Old Vic Cup (Under 18 Development League)
* Loveridge Cup (Under 18 Development League)
* Normandie Cup (Under 16 Development League teams)
* Duquemin Cup (Under 16 Development League teams)
* MJ Le Prevost Cup (Under 14 Development League teams)
* Le Vallee Cup
* Women's Knock-out Cup
* Women's Secondary Cup
* Frederick Martinez Cup (for top two
Priaulx League sides from the
* Rawlinson Cup
Guernsey national football team
* ^ "
Guernsey FC Formed". Channel Television. Retrieved 13 June
* ^ "Chris Schofield". This is Guernsey. 25 February 2012.
Retrieved 13 June 2012.
* ^ "GFA appoint new development head". BBC News. 15 March 2012.
Retrieved 15 March 2012.