Hardwick Youth Football Club has been running since 1993 and the current under-12s play in Teesside Junior Football Alliance matches every Sunday.
What does TJFA stand for?
TJFA stands for Teesside Junior Football Alliance (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 1 other meaning of TJFA in our Acronym Attic
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- The Justice Friends (TV show)
- Thomas Jefferson Football (high school)
- Thomas Jefferson Foundation (formerly Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation)
- Tidewater Jewish Foundation (Virginia Beach, VA)
- Tiken Jah Fakoly (musician)
- Tom Joyner Foundation (est. 1998; scholarship foundation)
- Torcida Jovem do Flamengo (Portuguese; Brazilian football fan group)
- Trends Jewellery Forecasting (Italy)
- Triple J. Firearms (Magnolia, TX)
- Toronto Jewish Film Festival (Toronto, Canada)
- Trans-Jordan Frontier Force (est. 1926)
- The Journal for Innovation (Santa Barbara, CA)
- Tokyo Junior Football League (Tokyo, Japan)
- Tampa Jewish Family Services
- That's Just Great
- The Jaded Gamer (gaming site)
- The James Gang (music group)
- The Jeffrey Group (marketing communications conglomerate; est.1993; various locations)
- Theater Junge Generation (Dresden, Germany)
Samples in periodicals archive:
And enjoying their first year in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance is the newest team, the U7s.
Byline: CHRIS ORD TJFA THE 2012/13 season of the Teesside Junior Football Alliance starts again tomorrow.
If the status had been removed by the North Riding Football Association it would have left Marton's teams - from under-7s to under-18s - unable to play in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance next season.
The Teesside Junior Football Alliance is also backing the game, with member clubs able to snap up the lower priced tickets.
Byline: CHRIS ORD GOING into 2012, there are now just 11 sides in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance League who boast 100% winning records.
And while Teesside Junior Football Alliance secretary Chris Ord isn't sure it would work in football, fearing brandishing cards would further inflame an already volatile situation, he sympathises.
THE cream of the region's junior footballing talent packed out Tall Trees Hotel, in Yarm, for three consecutive nights for the 2010/11 Teesside Junior Football Alliance League awards.