Carnoustie Panmure Youth FC are a Scottish Youth FA club from the town of Carnoustie, Angus. Formed in 1979, they are nicknamed the Young Gowfers due to the town's well-established links to the sport of golf ("gowf" in Scots). Many of the older players refer to themselves as the Panny Army. They play their matches at Pitskelly Park and Carlogie Park.
Following a large investment in coaching training and equipment the club was awarded SFA Quality Mark Development Status in 2011 and is currently working towards Community Status. In 2012 the club formed the Carnoustie Panmure Football Academy for boys and girls aged 5 to 8 years to train and play in small sided games
The club currently has seven teams playing in the Dundee & District Youth FA leagues.
Along with Carnoustie Panmure JFC, Carnoustie YM and Monifieth Ladies, the club is part of Carnoustie Community Sports Club. The CSC was formed to provide a pathway for players from Youth to Adult football and to improve sports facilities in the town.
The club has a Parent Council to carry out its fundraising activities.
As part of the new Scottish FA Player Pathway, players aged 6 to 8 years play 4v4 small sided games, so in 2012 the club formed a Football Academy heading by a permanent Academy Coordinator and an assistant. The Academy is divided into different age groups with managers & coaches. The Academy use Pitskelly Park.
7 a Side Teams
The club runs 3x 7 a side teams for full seasons, The 9's,The 10's & The 11's, and 1 team team, The 12's for half a season. The younger three teams have a March to November season with The 12's running from March to June when they become the Under 13's. The 7 a side teams play at Pitskelly.
11 a Side Teams
The club currently has 4x 11 a side teams, Under 13's, Under 14's, Under 16's & Under 19's. They play a standard August to May season at Carlogie Park.
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