Isle of Wight Football Association

A Division of Hampshire FA
Welcome to the Official Website of the
Isle of Wight Divisional Football Association.

The Isle of Wight Football Association is one of six divisions of
The Hampshire FA.

The others are Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Southampton,
North Hampshire & Aldershot.


Graham Jeffery our current minute secretary is moving to the mainland in a few months time.

We are therefore looking for a replacement in time for the start of the 2015 / 16 season.

The IOWDFA Annual General Meeting is on Wednesday the 13th of May 2015 when the Officers are elected by the clubs.

There are 5 Council meetings held each year which are held on Tuesdays at The Riverside in Newport at 7.00pm. as well as the AGM.

                    Other standing committee meetings that the minute secretary is required to take minutes are the Cups, Rules Revision, Football Development & Representative football.

                   These meetings are spread throughout the season depending on demand.  

                    Click to view the job description.

                   If you are interested will you please E mail within 14 days.

                   It would be helpful if you could include a brief outline of your football background.

                    Finally, if you know of anyone you think may be interested it would be appreciated if you could pass this to them.

cid:image007.png@01D04158.AE34FCA0 The Awards aim to recognise and reward grassroots clubs, coaches and volunteers across the country who keep the national game alive.

Nominees can be from any walk of life and Hampshire FA is calling on locals to nominate their unsung hero who has gone and beyond in the name of football.


• People’s Choice Award (Outstanding Contribution to Community Football)

• The FA Charter Standard Community Club Award

• The FA Charter Standard Development Club Award

• The FA Charter Standard Club Award

• The FA Charter Standard League Award

• The FA Volunteer of the Year Award

• The FA Young Volunteer of the Year Award

Nominations close on Friday 27 March 2015 and the national award winners will be announced at The FA Community Shield and presented by McDonald’s held at Wembley Stadium in August. The winners will be selected by a judging panel including legends of the game such as 1966 World Cup hat-trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst.

 “The FA Community Awards presented by McDonald’s are a fantastic way to celebrate all those volunteers, clubs and leagues who put in countless hours into grassroots football. I would urge everyone in Hampshire to vote for someone who they think is truly deserving of an award. Hopefully we will see hundreds of nominations from Hampshire and some national finalists.”

 To find out more about The FA Community Awards, read about last year’s winners and nominate an individual club or league from your community, log onto or speak to Charlotte

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