Coming to Moretonville for a match? Here’s everything you need to know

If you’re coming to Moretonville Junior FC for a match, we want to give you a warm welcome and hope you have a great match that is enjoyable for players, coaches, officials and spectators.

Here’s everything you need to know about coming to our club.


Moretonville JFC
University Playing Fields, Buckingham Road
Gawcott, Buckinghamshire. MK18 4JD


Our managers or team reps will give all visiting teams a kick-off time and a pitch number. Most teams start warm-up about half-an-hour before kick-off. We have two kick-off-times at Moretonville – 9am or 11.30am. The reason they are so far apart is that we have about 17 pitches and the car park can get very busy, so we have to give enough time for the morning games to clear before the later games arrive.

Our pitch layout is below:


Our car park has been extended and resurfaced by the club but it still gets very busy. We encourage car sharing as much as possible. Please follow instructions from our parking marshalls to make sure we get as many people in as we can. Parking is not allowed on the main road outside the club.


On Saturdays, our tuck shop is open serving hot and cold drinks and snacks. The shop is cashless – card payments only and a minimum spend of £1.

Our fantastic clubhouse has changing rooms and toilets for both players and visitors.


No dogs – with the exception of guide dogs – are allowed within the grounds. No smoking or vaping is permitted anywhere in the club grounds.


Moretonville Junior FC play in red and black striped shirts with black shorts and socks – if there’s a clash, please advise the relevant MJFC manager.


Moretonville JFC are fully committed to The FA Respect campaign and would ask visiting teams to
ensure all parents and supporters to stand behind the respect barrier/line throughout the game. We ask
ALL spectators, players and coaches to respect match day officials, players and everyone at the game
and in the grounds.


As a club we are proud of our development programme for young referees. All referees are allocated by the club to each game. We expect all referees to be respected and free from any form of abuse.


Photography and video are not to be taken without prior permission. This includes referees, referee officials, home and opposition managers and players.


There is a solar farm in the adjacent field – on no account should anyone trespass into the solar farm to recover a lost ball. It is a dangerous site. Lost balls will be recovered by the club and available to collect at a later date.


The most important thing is that EVERYONE has an enjoyable time at Moretonville, watching our children and young people play the game they love in a safe, positive environment. Anything you can do to support that aim is very much appreciated by all of us at the club.

See you at the weekend!