CFJFC was established in 1995 on the amalgamation of the Fulbeck and Caythorpe Junior Football Clubs.Since this time, the club has been involved in running teams in the Lincolnshire region, affiliated through Lincs FA. Hundreds of local children have played for CFJFC and several have progressed their careers to playing for local clubs and even represented England at a variety of age groups.
In 2004, the club set up a team to offer girls the chance to play football in a girls-only team. Two years later this had grown to three girls’ sides. In 2006 the club were named as the Lincolnshire FA Charter Standard Development Club of the Year. In the same year the club were voted into the Top Ten in the Mid Lincs County Youth League Club of the Year award. We would love to re-establish a girls only team now, so if your interested, please get in touch.
In 2007, CFJFC retained the title of 'Lincs FA Charter Standard Club of the Year' and in the Mid Lincs’ awards were named 'Club of the Year' from a competition, which had over 100 clubs. The award is presented in recognition of excellent administration, sportsmanship and the general conduct of teams within the club and has been described by the Mid Lincs Chairman as the highest accolade a club in the league can achieve.
Also in 2007, the club achieved FA Charter Standard Community Club status. The FA Community Club scheme builds upon the Charter Standard scheme by placing clubs at the heart of their community.
Since 2012, under the current committee, we strive to maintain our status as a strong community based club and our vision is to have a team at every age group.
In 2014, 2015 and 2016 several teams have won the Mid Lincs Fair play award and picked up success on the field in terms of results too.
CFJFC continues to win awards for sportsmanship and retains its Standard Charter status each year via an FA health check.
In May 2017, we took over 100 people(players, parents and supporters) to St Georges Park, the National Football Centre in Burton upon Trent. The club had a great day out, playing football on the indoor 3G surface, getting changed in the England dressing rooms and having a full tour of the site.