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Nerf Junior Premier League

The Nerf Junior Premier League (JPL) is an amateur football league for boys and girls aged 6-16. The JPL is affiliated with the Football Association (FA) and is considered to be one of the premier youth football leagues in the UK.

The JPL was founded in 2011 by Martin Brock, a former professional footballer. The league's goal is to provide young players with the best possible environment to develop their football skills. The JPL matches are played on full-size pitches and the players are coached by qualified coaches.

How does it work?

Nerf Junior Premier League action

The JPL is divided into regional divisions. Each division has a number of teams, which play each other home and away. The top teams at the end of the season qualify for the JPL Cup.

The JPL also has a rep team program, which gives the best players in the league the opportunity to represent the JPL at national and international tournaments.

Who can play?

Nerf Junior Premier League match

Boys and girls aged 6-16 can play in the JPL. Players must be registered with a JPL club.

Where can I find out more?

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