Liverpool Schools FA Primary City Teams


National Champions

1994, 2003, 2010, 2011

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Coaches' Qualifications

See tab above for information on requirements for 2015/16

Next Game

North West Cup Final v Preston (TBA)


There will be no trials/training next Friday, 14th August, for under 10's (those going into Year 6 in September). Training will resume the following Friday, 21st August, for all those currently still with us in the trials.

The website is currently under reconstruction. You can still follow most of the links in green on the right until the work is finished. Please be patient with us!!

Under 11s lose 1-0 to Barnet in National Semi-Final

13 June 2015


Congratulations to Leeds on winning the National Final v Barnet

Under 11s win FC Weesp International Tournament

24 May 2015


Liverpool Schools 0-0 AFC Amsterdam (Liverpool win 4-3 on pens)

Steven Gerrard Retires

17 May 2015


Congratulations to Steven Gerrard (Liverpool Schools Under 14's and 15's) on a magnificent career.

Karl Robinson Leads MK Dons to the Championship

17 May 2015


Congratulations to Karl Robinson, (Liverpool Schoolboys Primary and Secondary Teams, and Under 10 coach) on leading MK Dons to automatic promotion. We are very proud of your fantastic achievement and delighted for you.

Pennine Premiership Champions

15 May 2015


In a thrilling end to the season, the Under 11's beat Wirral 2-1 to regain the Pennine Premiership. The boys were 1-0 down at half time but two second half goals from Luca Rogers were enough to win the game and the title.

Everton Cup Winners

1 May 2015


An outstanding performance at Goodison saw the Under 11's lift the Everton Cup for a record 15th time. Goals from Chris Sze and Conor Pye secured a 2-0 win over Wirral and Conor was also awarded the Tim Parry Memorial Trophy for Man of the Match.

Northern 7-a-side Champions

25 April 2015


The under 11's have qualified for the National Finals winning the Northern Section at Sunderland's Academy of Light.

Merseyside League Champions

18 April 2015


A 3-1 win over Huyton was enough to secure the Merseyside League for a record 19th time.