Guernsey footballer Maya Le Tissier has been selected by England U16s for an international match next month.Read the full story ›
Jersey captain Cav Miley has signed for National League side Eastleigh.Read the full story ›
Guernsey FC head coach says a new working arrangement with Bristol City will provide useful experience for younger players.Read the full story ›
Jersey FA President, Phil Austin, has told ITV News they owe it to the integrity of the NatWest Island Games to send a strong men's and women's team to Gotland.
The sport's commitment to next summer's competition was outlined at a meeting last night, with the JFA set to stump up £6,000 towards the cost of sending two squads to the Swedish island.
That will mean the players have to raise about £1,000 each themselves with various fundraising initiatives earmarked.
Although the meeting in St Helier was well attended by the women, just three male players turned up.
'Total rubbish from a bunch of school boys...'
That's how England's footballing performance has been described by islanders in Jersey.
Many were left disappointed by a 2-1 defeat to Iceland - the smallest nation ever to grace a major tournament.
The country's early exit from the contest saw manager, Roy Hodgson, resign.
But while England fans mourn the loss, Jersey's icelandic community is still celebrating making the semi-finals.
Brian Little has confirmed he is stepping down as Jersey manager after five months in the role.
The former Aston Villa boss took over on an interim basis following the resignation of Jimmy Reilly in January. He guided his side to victory in the 100th Muratti at Springfield last month.
But there has been some disquiet over his reign, stemming from him being based in the UK and only meeting and training the players a handful of times a month.
Minutes after lifting the Muratti trophy last month, captain Luke Watson called for Little to be replaced by a coach who could spend more time with the players and watch domestic matches.
Now, following Little's departure, Jersey are facing their second search for a manager within six months.
Jersey FA says they "assume" Brian Little will revert to his Director of Football role, having taken over as manager in January.Read the full story ›
160 footballers took part in the 5th Annual Jersey Football Marathon on Saturday, playing 12 hours of football for charity.Read the full story ›
The Jersey FA is looking for Veteran Muratti players who represented Jersey in the annual matches between Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney in the 50’s and 60’s.
They are being invited to take part in the celebrations for the 100th Muratti which will be played at Springfield on May 14th.
We believe there are between 20 to 30 players from that era who are still alive, we hope they are able to join us at the match on the 14th of May, where they will be introduced to the crowd before the game.
A Vin d'Honneur will also be organised for the veterans on Friday 13th May, at 11.00 am, the day before the big match.
Guernsey FC secured a much needed win in front of their home crowd this afternoon, they took down relegation threatened Halton and Hersham 4-1.
Jacob Fallaize scored his first two goals for the Green Lions, the other two coming from McGrath and Martin.
It's their third win in a row at Footes Lane leaving them 12th in Ryman South.