About the League
This FA Charter Standard League provides support for teams from Under 7s through to and including Under 18s who all play across the North East of England.
In the 2014/2015 Season we have the following number of teams:
- 239 -Mini soccer teams
- 427 -Under 11 -under 18 teams.
- 84 – Girls League teams.
Our teams stretch from a far North as Berwick to Consett in the South and Haltwhistle in the West to Tynemouth in the East.
Our proud history dates back to 1945, with many of our ex players going onto play professionally and many more playing for fun and finding that there are numerous benefits for all who participate in the sport.
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League History & introduction.
The Pin Point Recruitment Junior Football League (previously known as The NABC League) is a FA Charter Standard league providing a fantastic environment across the North East for young players to participate in football.
This is only possible thanks to the workforce who form our League Board of Directors and help run this league on a day to day basis.
- Please read our ‘League History’ page for a trip down memory lane!
- Read about ex players going professional
Foreword from Keith Morris
Pin Point Recruitment Junior League Chairman
I feel both proud and privileged to be the Chairman of the Pin Point Recruitment Junior football league.
The league continues to grow and becomes more successful each season due to the cooperation and commitment of so many volunteers within the Clubs, not forgetting the players and their families.
The League which has a fantastic reputation not just regionally but also nationally will never lose sight of its roots and ethos; We will endeavour to provide a high class service to our member clubs.
We will assist clubs as they provide a safe & enjoyable environment for their players, always remembering that this must be of paramount importance.
We will listen to and consult with our members as we move forward.
Our website will provide an excellent tool for our members helping them in achieving their aims.
I would also like to personally thank our League Sponsor – Pin Point Recruitment, advertisers, partners, League Directors, and all those who support our league.
Foreword from Alan Findlay
Pin Point Recruitment Junior League President
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the Pin Point Recruitment Junior Football League on the launch of their new website.
I have been connected to the league for a number of years now, first playing,then Club Chairman progressing to be the league President.
In 2009 Pin Point Recruitment welcomed the league into our offices and has further committed to the league for additional years.
Both myself as President and the Company as league sponsors are very proud to once again affirm our connection with such a well organised and what must be one of the top Junior leagues in the country who always put the welfare and enjoyment of all connected to it before anything else.
Best wishes for the future
PIN POINT RECRUITMENT LIMITED
The Pin Point Recruitment Northumberland Girls League
The Girls league was formed in 2004 with approx 19 teams. Following its success and the amount of interest generated from the first development season, the league was restructured and became a affiliated league in 2005 and went on to gain the Charter League status in 2013.
For the start of the 2014/15 season the League has been able to secure the sponsorship of Pin Point Recruitment through the generosity of Mr Alan Findlay.
Whilst the league has a competitive edge to it with divisional winners and runners up, the League however, place a lot of emphasis on participation and development with every player getting a participation medal awarded at the end of the season.
In 2013/14 there was an all time high of over 800 girls from the ages of 8 to 18 playing in the Pin Point Recruitment Girls Junior Football Leagues.
The Pin Point Recruitment Girls Junior Football Leagues have been awarded the Community Chartered Standard League of the year by the Northumberland Football Association in 2012/13 and again for 2013/14.