Welcome Home

Welcome to the ESFA website – the home of Schools’ Football

If you are looking to login to your School or Association account, please follow this link or click on the ‘National Competitions‘ tab. This is also where you can view fixtures and results.

You should find everything you need to know about Schools’ Football here on our website, but please contact us if you are unable to find the information you are looking for.


Our Mission

Through the medium of association football, the English Schools’ FA will support young people who are in education to develop:

  • Self-discipline, loyalty and resilience

  • Respect for those around them

  • Positive decision-making

  • A healthy lifestyle and physical skills

  • A love and understanding of the game through enjoyment and achievement

Child Welfare Concerns?

Worried about a child’s welfare? Contact your Association’s child welfare officer, the national child welfare officers, Childline or CEOPs.

Childline: 0808 800 5000

CEOP reporting system: Click Here

It’s not your responsibility to sort it, but it is your responsibility to report it

Thank you for working to keep children safe

Associate Charity: Grief Encounter


Grief Encounter have introduced grieftalk, a new, nationwide, confidential helpline. Students can access grieftalk free of charge online, on the phone or via instant chat and email Monday – Friday 9am – 9pm

Tel: 0808 802 0111
Web: www.griefencounter.org.uk
Email: grieftalk@griefencounter.org.uk

“Thank you so much”

“On behalf of my boys, I just wanted to say thank you so much for putting together what was a fantastic experience for us all (although the result was not what we would have wished for).

From arrival to leaving, the welcome, information and organisation that you gave us was first class and the venue/food/kit were all amazing.”

Thomas Tallis School | Season 2016-2017

Testimonial: U15 B Team – Schools’ Cup Finalists

“Hopefully we can join you once again in the future”

‘Thank you for your hospitality at the King Power Stadium at the weekend.  The results on the pitch weren’t what we were after but our children had an amazing weekend.  Our school is extremely proud of our children – boys’ and girls’ teams – and we are grateful for the opportunity to play at Leicester City FC. I can only imagine the hard work and effort that went into the weekend and I am glad it went smoothly for you.  Hopefully we can join you once again in the future.’

Easington Colliery Primary School | Season 2015-2016