Little League Football is a registered charity that provides free football for children who would not otherwise play regularly for their schools or other organisations. The main difference between Little League Football and other football organisations is that joining is not based on ability; we guarantee every player at least half a game, each week for as long as they want to participate.
A strong community involvement is a key feature. The emphasis is on mass participation rather than elitism; enthusiasm and endeavour rather than ability. Players are encouraged to develop team spirit, self discipline and sportsmanship.
Little League is about allowing children of all abilities to experience the enjoyment of playing football as a leisure activity with the chance of working in a team at no charge. The pitches, balls and goal are of the appropriate size for youth football.
Morden Little League was the first league of its kind to be formed in 1968. We are a non-profit making organisation that offers free football for boys in school years 2- 8 and girls in school years 2- 9. We are now in our 46th year and on a Saturday morning more than 630 children can be found playing their football in the park at King Georges Playing Fields, Tudor Drive, between 9.30am-12.30pm. We encourage the local community & businesses to get involved volunteering or securing sponsorship, enabling us to continue offering free football.
All volunteers are checked with the Disclosure & Barring Service(formly known as Criminal Records Bureau - CRB) via the Football Association
Every player,parent and volunteer is required to sign a code of conduct in line with our respect programme. Morden Little League is affiliated with the Surrey FA and Football Association, plus our governing body (Little League football)