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Club Doncaster Sports College Women’s CEFA captain delighted with first season

8 Hours ago

Club Doncaster Sports College women’s captain Chaneice Howson has expressed her delight at the team competing in the EFL Community and Education Football Alliance (CEFA) league for the first time.

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Baston has eyes set on making his mark on the international stage

3 February 2020

After receiving a call-up to represent Wales U18s school boys, Joseph Baston has his sights set on making his mark on the international stage.

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Community & Education Football Alliance turning dreams into reality for young footballers

13 January 2020

Any footballer would tell you that nothing beats walking out onto the pitch on a Saturday afternoon, scoring a late winner in front of your own fans or, better still, lifting a trophy in front of a...

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CEFA Newsletter: 8/1/2020

8 January 2020

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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the FA, Premier League, EFL and Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship have collectively agreed to postpone the professional game and all competitions in England until 30 April at the earliest. This includes those participating in the EFL Community and Education Football Alliance League. 
 
Leagues will not recommence until 30 April at the earliest and will only do so when it is safe and conditions allow. 
 
A further update will be provided in due course. 
 
 
The Community & Education Football Alliance (CEFA) is a football competition run for EFL Club Community Organisations, featuring teams representing Premier League and EFL Clubs across the country. 
 
It is the only competition for EFL Club Community Organisations with club names, official kits and associated club support. 
 
Eligible for both men and women, the league offers playing opportunities for young people of all abilities, as well as the opportunity to play football in a league competition governed professionally by the EFL. The competition also has both separate Men and Women’s Regional & National Cup competition. 
 
Any player registered on a post-16 education course with their Club Community Organisation is eligible to play in the CEFA league. 
 
The competition is aimed at providing competitive playing opportunities for young people with a passion for football as well as help them achieve their education goals, through football. 
 
For more information on the Community & Education Football Alliance, please email CEFA@efl.com