Last updated : Sunday, 03 December 2023
About the Blackwater and Dengie Youth Football League
The Blackwater and Dengie Youth Football League is a youth football league in Essex, England. It was founded in 1976 and currently has over 47 member clubs, with over 450 teams and more than 5,000 players playing from U7 through to U18's across 44 divisions.
The league plays its matches at a variety of facilities in the Blackwater and Dengie area, including school playing fields, local parks, and a number of dedicated football pitches.
The league has a strong commitment to developing young players and providing them with a positive football experience. The league offers a variety of coaching courses and programs, and it also works closely with schools and other organizations to promote the benefits of playing football.
The Blackwater and Dengie Youth Football League was founded in 1976 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league started out with just a few teams, but it has grown significantly over the years.
In the early years, the league played its matches on a variety of different pitches, but in 1989, the league opened its own headquarters and playing fields at Heybridge.
The league has continued to grow in recent years, and it now has over 47 member clubs and more than 5,000 players. The league is committed to providing a positive football experience for all players, regardless of their ability.