Last updated : 03/08/2023 23:57:38
AFC Bournemouth U18s are a Grassroots football team.
The team is from England, United Kingdom and play in the Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs U18s Youth Alliance.
AFC Bournemouth u18s
AFC Bournemouth u18s is the under-18s team of English professional football club AFC Bournemouth. The team competes in the Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs league, which is the top tier of youth football in England.
The team was founded in 1990 and has won the Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs league title on four occasions, in 2000, 2004, 2011, and 2018. They have also reached the final of the FA Youth Cup on two occasions, in 2003 and 2011.
The team's current manager is Scott Lindsey, who was appointed in 2019. The team's home ground is the Vitality Stadium, which is also the home ground of the club's senior team.
- AFC Bournemouth u18s
- Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs
- AFC Bournemouth u18s manager Scott Lindsey says club in good place ahead of new season
Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs
The Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs is a league for under-18s teams of professional football clubs in the south west of England. The league was founded in 2000 and is currently sponsored by Utilita.
The league consists of 16 teams, divided into two divisions. The top division is known as the Premier Division, while the bottom division is known as the Division One. The teams play each other twice in a season, once at home and once away.
The winners of the Premier Division are promoted to the Professional Development League, while the bottom two teams in the Premier Division are relegated to the Division One. The winners of the Division One are promoted to the Premier Division, while the bottom two teams in the Division One are relegated to the regional leagues.
The Football League Youth Alliance - Devon Clubs is a competitive league and has produced some of the best young players in England, including Jack Grealish, Raheem Sterling, and Marcus Rashford.