Llay United Youth FC
Welcome to the Home page of Llay united youth football club.
FAW Community Club of the Year 2011
The club was formed back in 1980 to give children from Llay and the surrounding villages a chance to play competitive football against other local clubs.
Over the last ten years the club has become one of the fastest grown football clubs in Wales, we as well as players from Llay we also welcome players from our surrounding villages, Rossett , Gresford, Marford, Hope, Caergwrle, Cefn-Y-bedd, Kinnerton, Gwersyllt, Acton, Rhosrobin, New Broughton, Moss and Coedpoeth
to name but a few.
The club currently has over 220 members with 17 teams from under 7's to under 16's who play in the Wrexham and District Youth League, as well as an under 11's and under 12's girls team who play in the Wrexham Girl league.
On Friday Nights our UEFA Qualified coaches turn their attention to our youngest members when they run our popular Little Kicker's sessions for children aged 5 to 6.
We are currently one of a handful of clubs in North Wales to be FAW Silver Accredited club,
in recognition of the clubs organisation and commitment to youth football
Llay United are proud to be a Partner Club with Everton Football Club Academy.
As a partner club to Everton Academy our aim is to identify the most talented players in the Wrexham and surrounding areas with the aim of finding the next premier league star, which we do mainly though our mini-kickers sessions.
In return our coaches are allowed to attend coaching sessions at Finch Farm (home of Everton Academy), attend Everton Academy Tournaments and also play friendly matches against their academy / development teams.
In addition to the above for every player that we recommend who are signed by the full Everton Academy the club received a full playing kit of our choice.
In the 2012/13 Season our Under 13’s became Llay United’s most successful team ever, by doing a cup and league double.
After being knocked out in the semi-final the previous year, our under 13’s coached by Keith and Lee became the first Llay united tea to win a North East Wales Cup, when the beat Flint Town 2-0 in the final at Brymbo.
The team then followed up this success winning their last game of the season in style away against second place Borras Rangers to win the Wrexham and District Youth Football League under 13 division one title.
At Llay United we believe that it is never too young to get active and enjoy the game of football.
On Friday Nights we run our popular Mini-Kicker sessions for under 5 / 6 children (School year Reception / Year 1 children), the sessions are run by our UEFA qualified coaches and give our young players the best possible start in football through structured games and drills using special age related balls and equipment.
The head start that our mini-kicker sessions give our players has really played off over the last few years with over 15 of our under 7/8 being picked up by Premier / Football League / Welsh Premier academies. With a number of our players currently at Manchester United, Everton and Wrexham.
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