TIMELINE

 

2014 Successful Adam Stansfield Six a Side tournament and Adult Special Needs

2014 Participation in Ross Remembers with re-enactment of 1914 peace game in liaison with British Legion

2014 Kit donated to Uganda via links with John Kyrle High School

2014 Kit donated to South Africa via links with Operation Blessing

2014 Jim Loftus received West Midlands Regional FA Volunteer of the Year Award and Herefordshire FA Volunteer of the Year award.

2014 Finalist in Herefordshire and Worcestershire Sports Club of the Year

2014 Club starts training sessions for The Basement Youth Trust Charity

2014 Club has been invited to become a Nike Partner

2014 Club awarded Herefordshire Community Club of the Year by Herefordshire FA

2014 10th Anniversary Celebration Evening Organised

2013 Veteran's team formed

2013 Successful completion of FA Chartered Standard Annual Heath Check

2013 Successful Adam Stansfield Six a Side tournament and Adult Special Needs

2013 Paul Flitney received West Midlands Regional FA Volunteer of the Year Award and Herefordshire FA Volunteer of the Year award.

2013 Junior team entered into West Midlands Junior League

2013 Jim Loftus received the Ross-on-Wye Sports Person of the Year award. Mark Derricott shortlisted for Young Sports Person

2013 Held a club fun day

2013 Club awarded Herefordshire Sport Club of the Year

2013 Club awarded FA Charter Community Club Status

2013 Arsenal Ladies (Internationals and Olympians) visited and coached the girls

2013 2nd charity indoor football event organised

2013 1st ever innovative club handbook produced

2012 Surplus old kits donated to girls’ school in Kenya

2012 Successful completion of FA Chartered Standard Annual Health Check

2012 Six a Side renamed in memory of Adam Stansfield

2012 Paul Flitney received West Midlands Regional FA Volunteer of the Year Award and Herefordshire FA Volunteer of the Year award

2012 Club trip to see Olympic events

2012 Club tour has 200 attending in UK

2012 Club moved to Sports Centre

2012 Charity indoor football event organised

2012 Awarded the HJFL Club of the Year

2012 1st ever club trip abroad to Paris

2011 Successful completion of FA Chartered Standard Annual Health Check

2011 Produced 5 year Development Plan

2011 Paul Flitney was awarded the Herefordshire FA Volunteer of the Year Award

2011 Paul Flitney received Herefordshire Volunteer of the Year Award

2011 Held Special Needs Adults football tournament

2011 Club was awarded the Herefordshire FA Chartered Standard Club Award

2010 Started girls section

2010 Men's football returns to Ross-on-Wye

2010 Held Special Needs Adults football tournament

2010 Club invited to field Junior teams to play professional football teams academies, to date have played WBA, Bristol City, Torquay, Swindon Town and Aston Villa FC

2010 1st club trip to Premier League ground and club tour

2009 Successful renewal of FA Charter Standard Award

2009 Club website created

2009 Club selected to play at Wembley Stadium in a McDonalds Tournament

2008 Ross Juniors appeared on the BBC2 programme Revealed which featured Joe Loftus coaching

2008 James Payne walked out as a player escort at the UEFA Euro 2008 Final in Vienna. He won a competition by nominating Joe Loftus in a McDonalds grassroots coach competition

2008 Awarded the West Midland Club of the Year Award

2007 The infamous red and white shirts, black, shorts and black socks was agreed as the club’s kit colours

2006 Awarded the prestigious FA Charter Standard Award

2005 Club held its first ever 6 A Side Tournament

2004 Formation of Ross Juniors FC

 

 

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