Teams compete in the Mid Herts, EJA & JPL leagues where results and league tables are published from u12 to u18 levels.

In the Mid Herts leagues Cheshunt Youth have teams at u12, u15 , u16 & u18 all competing in the Premier League for their age group.

The  u18 Blacks & u16 Ambers hold comfortable mid table positions, the u12s are second and within a win of the leaders and the u15s top their table.  The u18 team have also recently won through to the Herts FA County Cup Final, where they will play Harpenden Hawks, continuing the Cheshunt Youth FC traditions in County level competitions.

In the Junior Premier league London divisions Cheshunt Youth u12 and u13 are both going well and sit second in their respective leagues,  The u12 team have also progressed all the way to the JPL National League Trophy Final at Villa Park, where they will face Luca FC from Kent.

The JPL u12 Trophy Finalists

In the Eastern Junior Alliance Cheshunt Youth have u18 teams at the top of the Blue & Yellow divisions, and an u17 team playing up a year mid table in the red division.  These teams have also seen players train with the Cheshunt first team this season, with Jesse Friend, Anwar Moutawafiq & Teddy Jefcoate all signing and making match day squads.

The standards being set are being recognised not only with successful League & Cup campaigns, but also with players invited to trials, and teams being invited to national tournaments & friendly competitions. Recently the u15s pictured below enjoyed a match at the invite of Norwich City to play the Canaries Academy side, all both enjoyed and benefitted from the experience

At u16 in the Green Division Cheshunt Youth occupy a comfortable mid table position , the u15 team top the Green League, as do the u14 in the Black league, with the u13s second in their table and are now finalists in the EJA League Cup  having beaten Takeley recently to earn a Cup final appearance versus Histon FC.


The EJA u13 League Cup Finalists

Congratulations to all of the Cheshunt Youth players on another successful season to date, keep working hard and enjoy the final stages.

The Cheshunt Youth teams are often commented on in local football circles, and their success is a credit to the organisation, dedication and expertise of the Cheshunt Youth committee, managers and coaches, Congratulations to them on the standards they continue to set and maintain.