ESFA National Finals

ESFA U11 Primary Finals Announced

The ESFA U11 7v7 Inter-School Primary Cup Finals are to take place at the CBS Arena, Coventry on Friday 6 May 2022

Coventry Building Society Arena

The English Schools’ FA will be heading to Coventry on Friday 6th May to host this season’s ESFA U11 7v7 Inter-School Cup Finals.

24 primary school teams from across the country will descend on Coventry to play in a series of fixtures, before National Champions are announced at the end of the day. Eight National Finalists have qualified for each of the three competitions, all of which have competed in and won District, County and Regional rounds in each of their respective competitions.

The matches will kick off from12pm on Friday 6 May, with the gates opening from 10:30am. Entry to all spectators is free and match day programmes will be available. A refreshment kiosk will be open for the purchase of hot and cold snacks and refreshments.

National Finalists 2022:

School Teams:

County SFARegionCounty Winners School Name
DurhamNorth (runner up)Emmaville Primary School
LancashireNorth (winner)Holland Moor Primary School
StaffordshireMidlands (winner)Oldfields Hall Middle School
WarwickshireMidlands (runner up)Kings Norton Primary School
GloucestershireSouth West (winner)Richard Pate School
DorsetSouth West (runner up)Talbot Primary School
HertfordshireSouth East (winner)Manor Lodge School,
KentSouth East (runner up)St Marys Catholic Primary School

Girls’ Cup

County SFANational FinalCounty Winners School Name
NorthumberlandNorth (winner)Winsford High Street Primary School
CheshireNorth (runner up)Valley Gardens Middle School 
Humberside Midlands (Winner)Willerby Carr Lane Primary School
West Midlands Midlands (runners-up) Calshot Primary School
DevonSouth West (winner)Sherwell Valley Primary School
WiltshireSouth West (runner up)Red Oaks Primary School
KentSouth East (winner)Days Lane
SurreySouth East (runner up)Pirbright School

Small Schools’ Cup

County SFANational FinalsCounty Winners School Name
CheshireNorth (runner up)High Legh Primary School
Greater ManchesterNorth (winner)Our Lady Of Mount Carmel RC
HerefordshireMidlands (winner)Kingsland CE Primary School
LeicestershireMidlands (runner up)St Andrew’s Primary School
GloucestershireSouth West (winner)Sharpness Primary School
BerkshireSouth West (runner up)Braywick Court School
SussexSouth East (runner up)St Margarets
KentSouth East (winner)St Paul’s Church of England Primary School

How to attend this event:

Tickets will be free of charge and only require booking for adults over 18. There is also an option available to make a donation to the English Schools’ FA.

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ESFA Danone U11 Primary Finals Announced

ESFA U11 Danone Nations Cup National Finals to take place at Birmingham City FC on Saturday 4 May 2019

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The English Schools’ FA will be heading to Birmingham City’s St Andrew’s Stadium on Saturday 4 May to host this season’s ESFA U11 Danone Nations Cup National Finals 2019.

32 primary school teams from across the country will descend on Birmingham to play in a series of fixtures, before National Champions are announced at the end of the day. Eight National Finalists have been named for each of the four competitions, sponsored by Danone as part of the Danone Nations World Cup initiative. All the teams have competed in and won District, County and Regional rounds in each of their respective competitions and the Regional Champions now progress to this year’s National Final.

The matches will kick off at 12pm on Saturday 4 May, with the gates opening from 10am. Entry to all spectators is free and match day programmes will be available to purchase. A refreshment kiosk will be open within the BCFC concourse for the purchase of hot and cold snacks and refreshments.

For the third year, selected matches from within the ESFA U11 Danone Nations Cup finals will be streamed live online thanks to our broadcast partners, 247.TV via the ESFA’s YouTube Channel, ESFA TV.

The English Schools’ FA would like to congratulate all 32 finalists on their hard work in reaching this National event and wish all teams the very best of luck on 4 May.

This year’s National Finalists –

ESFA U11 Danone Schools’ Cup Finalists 2019

Huntington Primary Academy, North Yorkshire
Gosforth Junior High Academy, Northumberland
Battling Brook Primary School, Leicestershire & Rutland
Lowes Wong Junior School, Nottinghamshire
Broadstone Middle School, Dorset
Fair Oak Junior School, Hampshire
Gerrards Cross CofE School, Buckinghamshire
Cheam Common Junior School, Surrey

ESFA U11 Danone Schools’ Cup for Girls Finalists 2019

Easington Colliery Primary School, Durham
Ovingham Middle School, Northumberland
Fulfen Primary School, Staffordshire
Walkwood CofE Middle School, Worcestershire
Highnam CofE Primary Academy, Gloucestershire
St Katharine’s C.E. (V.A.) Primary School, Dorset
Long Ridings PRimary School, Essex
Canonbury Primary School, Inner London

ESFA U11 Danone Small Schools’ Cup Finalists 2019

Newcastle School for Boys, Northumberland
Christ Church Catholic Primary School, Northumberland
Newtown CofE Primary School, Shropshire
Warton Nethersole CofE Primary School, Warwickshire
Gretton Primary School, Gloucestershire
Whitchurch Primary School, Oxfordshire
Loyola Preparatory School, Essex
English Martyrs Catholic Primary School, Sussex

ESFA U11 Danone District Cup Finalists 2019

Sheffield Schools’ FA, South Yorkshire
The Wirral SFA, Merseyside
Erdington & Saltley PSFA, West Midlands
Nottingham SFA, Nottinghamshire
Plymouth SFA, Devon
Slough SFA, Berkshire
Thurrock PSFA, Essex
South London SFA, Inner London

Danone Nations World Cup 2019

The 2019 Danone Nations World Cup competition will take place in Barcelona in October this year and winners of the District Cup and Girls’ Cup competitions will be invited, along with last year’s winners, to attend to represent England during the festivities.

Over 700 children from 27 countries will attend the event, which will see each of the teams have the chance to head out onto the RCDE Stadium, home to La Liga team CF Espanyol, to play in their final match, following prior qualifying rounds.

2019 will mark the first time England have had the opportunity to send girls’ teams to the tournament and the four English teams (2018 and 2019 champions) will have the experience of a lifetime as they get to take part in the World’s Biggest Football Tournament.