Our aim is to encourage participation across all age groups, supporting all players in their development to help them achieve their full potential with a focus on:
Sport plays such an important role in our daily lives both directly and indirectly. This has been particularly highlighted with the recent Covid 19 pandemic.
It lays the foundations for kids to learn important life skills about teamwork, discipline, health and fitness. It allows kids to follow their dreams while learning about hardwork and the rollercoaster of emotions involved with participation in matches.
As a club we are striving to be a valuable asset to our communities to benefit as many as is possible while working harmoniously with other groups and organisations to optimise the finite resources and finances available. An active and healthier population will benefit us all and we want you to be a part of this exciting journey forwards as Churchvilla FC is your community club.
Founded circa early 1970’s with senior team only and a leased pitch at Churchtown South
1992/93 was new era for club where the senior team was relaunched and leased pitch at Lisanley. The club had some successes with Saxone cup and league wins.
The Club then moved to a leased pitch at Kilboy and changing rooms were erected.
Junior teams and academy launched in 2011
Grown from 30 underage players in 2011 to over 180 in 2019
Players drawn from Ballycotton, Churchtown, Cloyne, Shanagarry, Ballinacurra and Ladysbridge.
Second pitch leased at Ballyduff for Underage Players from U-6 to U-17.
Pitches - Main in Kilboy, second pitch in Ballyduff.
Massive increase in number of players (boys and girls)
1 Senior Team (Saxone cup winners 2017/18 and 2018/19)
Two Churchvilla players selected for Cork U12 squad in 2019
Two Churchvilla players on Cork team in 2015, including the Cork captain.
A number of underage players have played on the Cork panel