Once the regular season is over, there are plenty of summer tournaments throughout May, June and July that you can enter if you want. Entry into these will cost you (usually between £30 and £40 per team) and the club doesn't pay for these - you are expected to collect money from your team's parents to cover the cost. Entering them is entirely optional, but they can be a lot of fun. Entry forms tend to be released between January and February for most clubs and we will forward the e-mails we receive to all our managers so you won't miss out if you don't receive them direct.

Below is a summary of some of the local tournaments and what you can generally expect from them (although they do change year on year).

  2019 Ages Competitions 2019 Entry Forms
Langton Green * 1st / 2nd June U7 - U15 Cup and Plate Online entry
Crowborough 11th / 12th May U7 - U14 Cup (plate for losing semi finalists) Details
Pembury * 19th May U7 - U13 Cup and Plate Details
Uckfield 25th / 26th May U6 - U15 Cup only E-mail Ian for LG reg link
Rusthall 25th / 26th May U7 - U15  Cup only  Details
Kings Hill 25th / 26th May U7 - U15  Cup and Plate Entry Form
Ditton 8th / 9th June U7 - U15  Cup only  Online entry
Tonbridge 8th / 9th June U7 - U18  Cup only Entry Form
Broad Oak 15th / 16th June  U7 - U18 Cup only  Entry Form | Invitation
Ringmer Rovers 15th / 16th June U7 - U15  Cup only  E-mail Ian for LG reg link
Paddock Wood 22nd / 23rd June U7 - U15 Cup (plate for losing semi finalists) Entry Form
TW Youth * 29th / 30th June U6 - U18 Cup and Plate Details
Jarvis Brook * 6th / 7th  July U7 - U15  Cup and plate  E-mail Ian for LG reg link
Lewes 13th / 14th July U7 - U18  Cup and plate  Details
Sedlescombe TBC U7 - U18  Cup only  TBC

Note that at most tournaments U7s (and U8s at a lot) don't play competitive matches with knockout stages - they play a friendly competition where everyone gets a participation medal.

* For those who are playing in competitive age groups, I've starred the more local tournaments we'd recommend if you're not one of the stronger teams (these have secondary, plate competitions which means more teams have a chance of qualifying usually).