Kent School Football Association

This collection celebrates the history of the Kent Schools Football Association mainly documented in programmes, photos and handbooks.

The Kent Schools’ Football Association is the county governing body for schools’ football (covering the County of Kent, Medway, Bexley and Bromley), as well as a registered educational charity. It came into being in 1921 as the Kent Schools’ Football Federation. In the first season nineteen member associations competed for the Fletcher Trophy, which had been deposited with the Midland Bank in Folkestone by the United States Army at the beginning of World War I, and not reclaimed.

Throughout its history, the County has been fortunate to have at its helm dedicated school teachers to create an organisation second to none in its reputation for all that is best in schools’ football, both on and off the field of play.

 

Special interests represented in this collection

With a rich history of female players this collection documents the history through photos and programmes

In 2013-14, Alessia Russo (St Simon Stock School) became the first girl from Kent to be selected for England Schools at the Under 15 age group. In 2014-15, Maddie Brant (Maidstone GGS) and Miri Taylor (Rainham SFG) were selected for the England Squad.

 

This collection entry was last updated on 12/10/2020. Information incorrect or out-of-date?