Ringmer Rovers Junior Football club

Welcome to the home of Ringmer Rovers Junior Football Club!

Based at the foot of the South Downs in Ringmer near Lewes in East Sussex, RRJFC was established in 1982 and is an inclusive and exciting football club for all players aged from 5-16.

Want to know what we're all about ? Take a moment to watch our welcome video!

Summer Football Festival

Ringmer Rovers Junior Football Clubs' annual football festival is happening this weekend at Kings Academy Ringmer!

When attending our festival please -

  • maintain social distancing rules at all times

  • bring a credit or debit card (we are a cashless event)

  • ensure that all players' hands are sanitized before and after each game

  • restrict attendees where possible

  • remain in a group with your team in the spaces allocated

  • leave Kings Academy promptly following the completion of your fixtures

To access the online tournament program and fixture list use this link.

To check results and league tables use this link.

Should you have any issues over the weekend please speak to a marshal or email secretary@ringmerrovers.org.uk. We look forward to welcoming you and wish everyone a fun, successful and safe tournament.

We currently have ten teams for age groups U8 - U16 including our own Academy for ages 5-7, currently about 200 players in all.

Our home is in the grounds of Kings Academy Ringmer and our main training session is held on Saturdays at 9.30am.

We currently have teams in both the Sussex Sunday and Rother Youth Football Leagues.

We are the proud holders of the FA Charter Standard award. As such we have trained coaches and safeguarding standards that we ensure our volunteers adhere to at all times.

This an annual award and our standards are checked each year to ensure we remain compliant.

See our full size certificate here.

We are an inclusive club and our fees are some of the lowest around. We use match subs to ensure that players who only train or who are unable to play matches are not disadvantaged in any way.

We are always looking for new players so if you'd like to come for a trial session then please contact us here.

Playing for the team, and for the team to win, is a fundamental part of the game – but not winning at all cost.

Commitment to our club and valuing fair play and respect for all others in the game is of great importance, and our Code of Conduct sets out the standards the club expects from its players, parents/guardians of players and supporters.