Team Management

Gary Peak
I have been involved with Hassocks Juniors for the last 5 years and seen the team progress to a team that is very well-organised and competitive at the right level. I am a qualified FA level 1 coach and took this qualification when I joined the Club.
My aim for the boys is to actively encourage them to play the best football they can. This may be as an individual on the day or collectively with the team itself. At the end of the day it is hoped that the boys will enjoy playing football and, as are result, continue doing so for a number of years to come.
I have been ably assisted for the last three seasons by Max Leviston, my assistant manager. Max is always there to help with training on a weekly basis and, more importantly, encourage the boys from the side-lines during games. A massive help for the team.
League Mid Sussex Youth
Match Day Sunday


About The Team

The Under 13s have a great team spirit and collectively work very hard for each other as a team. A significant number of the boys have trained and played for Hassocks from an early age and, through football, have made some great friendships.
Over the years the boys have shown what they are capable of when they play at their best as a team. Despite being in the lower Divisions they have caused a number of upsets against teams who have come to play Hassocks and expected to win. When playing at their best they are a difficult team to beat and over the years they have played some excellent football. Having just missed out on promotion last year the boys have started the 2016/17 Season well and will hopefully be rewarded for all their hard work.
The team is vocally supported by my player’s parents, and they are always there to encourage the boys every Sunday even through those cold winter mornings!
We play our football in the Mid Sussex League, playing our games on Sundays. We train on a Wednesday evenings at Downlands School.