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Devon Schools FA

The Devon Schools Football Association works in partnership with the district football associations and Devon Football Association to deliver opportunities for schools to compete in a variety of football competitions.




Contact Email

Chris Porter


Competition Secretary

Richard Hill


Welfare Officer

Chris French

Vice Chairman

Devon FA Representative

Matthew Cory

 Football Development Officer Administrator


  • Devon Schools FA Boys County Cup:

  • Under 11 Danone Cup- District round organised by Devon Schools FA.
    • Large Schools (Mixed)
    • Girls
    • Small Schools (100 students or less in KS2)
    • District

  • U14 Broad Shield and U15 Worral Shield
    • These two competitions feature representative teams from Plymouth, East Cornwall, West Cornwall, Torbay & District, Mid Somerset, Taunton & District, Yeovil & District and Bridgwater.

For more information about the above competitions, please email Matthew Cory and Chris Porter.

FA National Futsal Cup- Under 11, Under 13 & Under 15

FA Girls County Cups- for more information, please email

U14 Girls’ Devon Schools FA 2018-19

For the first time, Devon have entered a girls u14 team into the South West Counties Schools FA Championships. The format of the competition saw Devon placed in a group alongside Hampshire, Berkshire and Dorset with the final place in the group determining which opponents from the other group would be faced in the next round.

The first game of the season was a home fixture again Berkshire Schools FA and what a cracker of a match is was with Devon scoring a last minute winner to take the victory 3-2. A close encounter saw some good football from both sides and it was a deserved win for Devon who did have the better of the game and created more opportunities. Unfortunately for Berkshire, a missed penalty with the last kick of the game denied them a draw.

Following on shortly after the Berkshire game was another home fixture against what turned out to be a very good Dorset team, who proved too strong for Devon in a 6-0 win. There were positives to take for the young Devon team who battled hard throughout the game and gave a good account of themselves.

The one remaining group game will be a trip to Hampshire.