Our Men’s 1st Team play in the Jersey Football Combination Premier League and in the last season finished in a very respectable third place....there's always this year! We also have a Men's Reserve and dedicated Ladies’ team. Our Junior Section has boys' teams playing at Under 11, Under 12, Under 13, Under 15 and Under 18 levels. In addition, we run a very popular Mini Soccer Academy for boys and girls aged 5 years to 10 years old.
For more information or to enquire about joining our teams, please head to our contact us page.
Playing in the Jersey Football Combination Premiership, managed by Andrew Johnstone and his team of coaches, the First Team offers a platform for our Men's section to play at the highest level available on the Island and is the target for aspiring youngsters coming through the junior sections.
Whilst remaining competitive in finishing third for the last five consecutive seasons, our primary aim is to continue to improve and push for that coveted League title and cup silverware while playing a fast flowing attractive brand of football.
Managed by Paul Witt, the Reserves Team play in the Jersey Football Combination Division 1 and provides very important game time for senior players coming back from injury as well as being the penultimate step on the pathway to First Team football for up and coming juniors.
Often faced with the challenge of an ever changing pool of players available, the Reserves provide valuable support to the First Team and by training together the objective is to nurture a common playing style and team ethic across both sides.
JTC Jersey Wanderers run a vibrant Junior Section that is focused on the development of young players in a safe fun and enjoyable environment. Our aim is to allow our players to develop and grow as they progress through our ‘player pathway’ from Mini Football, through the Junior section and then onto Senior Football.
Daryn Noble is Head of the Junior Section. Our Under 18s team plays in the top tier of the JFC Junior League and is managed by Daryn Noble and coached by Rob Cameron. With five league championships in the past eight seasons, we are always challenging for trophies as well as providing a development path for players to experience Senior football.
We also have teams playing at Under 11, Under 12, Under 13, Under 15 and Under 16 levels.
Our ethos and mentality is implemented from the moment you pull on a Wanderers Shirt and we firmly believe that our standards not only mould great footballers, but great people too!
The emergence of women’s football on the world scale is mirrored with the ambition of the JTC JWFC Women’s team. Currently competing in the five team Jersey Women’s league and Women’s Zenith Cup, we are one of a select few teams on the island who have a women’s section.
We believe that everybody with an interest in football should have an opportunity to participate, and our women’s team gives football fanatical females the opportunity to play in a competitive league and cup competition.
For more information on how to get involved, head to our contact us page and get in touch.
The JTC JWFC Mini Academy provides football for boys and girls up to and including school Year 5. The principles and rules of Mini Football are similar to that of Association Football except that the pitches are smaller and that the games are five or seven a side, depending on age. The goal sizes are 12ft by 6ft (3.6m by 1.8m) which means that the goalkeeper can actually reach the crossbar!
Our Mini Academy is a great way for youngsters to get into football in a fun, safe and enjoyable environment. Training takes place on Sunday mornings at JTC Park (or at Les Ormes during the colder winter months) and is overseen by our qualified and enthusiastic coaching team.
This entry level into football allows children to gain the basic skills and develop the good habits of the sport in an environment where the emphasis is on participation and learning, rather than just having a focus on winning. The Academy looks to cater for both the recreational and competitive player and importantly instil a love for the beautiful game at an early age.