U12 Boys Football Recruitment For Season 2013-14

Sheen Lions F. C. are looking to strengthen their current U11s age group, to field two U12 boys football teams next season. We are holding six sessions to trial new players as below.

Trials, U12 Boys Football

Saturdays from 9:00 to 10:30

June 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th

July 6th, 13th

Palewell Common, Palewell Common Drive, East Sheen, SW14 8RE

Please turn up on the day or contact the Club Secretary Secretary@sheenlions.org. You will need normal football training kit, including shin pads and water. Moulded boots are most suited for Summer conditions.

To play at U12 next season you must be born between 1st September 2001 & 31st Aug 2002.


Sheen Lions are an FA Charter Standard boys football club in the Sheen, Richmond, Kew, Roehampton area of South-West London. We are affiliated to the Surrey County FA and we provide coaching and organised match programmes for more than 300 boys from the age of 6 to 18 years. Our teams play competitive football in the Surrey Youth League, recently awarded Gold Status by the FA and National Winner of the Respect & Fair Play Awards for Youth Leagues presented at the 2013 FA Cup Final.

Most recently we have entered into a partnership agreement with Queens Park Rangers providing further benefits to Sheen Lions players, coaches and parents. This initiative is one of several marking the Club’s 25-year anniversary in 2011.For the 2013-14 season Sheen Lions will have twenty two boys football teams representing the Club at all levels in the Surrey Youth League. The demand for organised youth football continues to grow in our local area and as one of the largest clubs playing in the Surrey Youth League Sheen Lions will continue to develop to meet this demand. 
As part of our long term plan we became a Registered Charity in May 2008. In December 2009 we were awarded Charter Standard Club status by The FA. By taking these steps we will have more resources available to offer the best possible youth football experience in our local community whilst making sure we are fully in tune with The FA’s youth football requirements.