Welcome to Downley Dynamos JFC
Our Club has come a long way since its inception in 1994 and now boasts in excess of 300 boys and girls aged from 4 to 17, both training on Saturday mornings and playing matches on Sundays.
I joined the club back in 2006 and have seen the club develop in to a fantastic family based club during this time. Season 2015-16 sees us to continue growing as a club ranging from the Under 6s through to Under 16s; and we have the current Under 14’s continuing to run two 11-a-side squads. The success of the Club is due to its good reputation within the local footballing community as a friendly and well organised Club. We promote a "football for all" ethos and pride ourselves on providing a safe and fun environment for the children to enjoy their football.
Clubs such as ours would not survive without the volunteers who give up their valuable time, not only to manage and coach the youngsters but also to help with the day-to-day running of the Club, providing refreshments in the Pavilions on Downley Common and The Pedestal in West Wycombe, and running the Club Shop on a Saturday morning. We're always on the lookout for more volunteers to help so please don't be shy in coming forward to offer your services - you never know where it may take you.....
We encourage our Coaches to complete an affiliated FA coaching course which includes Child Welfare and First Aid modules, and everyone involved with the Club is DBS checked through the FA.
You can contact anyone within the Club, including myself through our “Who's Who” page on this website and to keep up to date with what's happening within the Club keep checking the News & Events page and why not visit our Facebook page.
Finally, I would like to wish all members of the Club, both new and not so new, an enjoyable and successful time with the Downley Dynamos.
PAUL BAKER - CHAIRMAN
Here at Downley Dynamos we promote a ‘football for all’ ethos. We pride ourselves on providing a safe and fun environment for children of all footballing abilities to enjoy the ‘beautiful game’......... read more