We have a wide range of quality facilities with dedicated pitches for U5s up to U16s. The playing surfaces don't get overuse and stay in tip top quality throughout the season. The weather does sometimes affect matches as it does for any other team.
Working with our partners in North Riding County FA we ensure volunteers are kept up to date with coaching techniques, first aid, child protection and the skills required to sustain and grow a local sporting club.
The club couldn't exist without its band of dedicated volunteer coaches and other supporters who staff our cafe, write press articles, sometimes mow the grass and manage sporting equipment so our players have the best facilities in the area. This coupled with an unrivaled fundraising team makes Falcons what it is - a real community club with community spirit.
The club has now reached the FA Charter Standard Community Club status – the highest achievement in grassroots football.
Following the announcement that Thirsk Falcons Juniors had achieved North Riding FA’s Charter Standard Club of the Year 2015 award in addition to becoming the first English club to partner with Celtic FC on their international programme, we are now a proud FA Charter Standard Community Club.
Thirsk Falcons Juniors FC is delighted to announce that Celtic Soccer Academy has added the club to their ever growing International Club Partnership Programme with 52 partner clubs from across 20 countries.
We are made up of fledgling, junior, youth and adults football teams playing in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance, Hambleton & Richmondshire Junior Football League, Teesside League Division One, and Harrogate and District League.
Did you know we have a fantastic new cafe on site at Newsham Road pitches serving hot drinks and food? Registered with North Yorkshire CC and operated by Helen Hindmarch the cafe is open to all to purchase hot food, snacks and drinks.
Child Welfare Officers Statement - from Geoff Nash
As Thirsk Falcons Child Welfare Officer (CWO) I take the job very seriously indeed. Our club has a legal responsibility to provide a duty of care. This is the duty to make sure all reasonable steps are taken to ensure your children whilst in our charge are safe. This duty of care is extended by a moral responsibility to develop a culture in which your children can take part in football in a safe and enjoyable environment. I have two main principles which are very important and are as follows: