To allow them to recover the club would like all teams to avoid training on the pitches, and in particular the floodlit area should not be used during daylight hours.
Simon Asquith who is the Coach of the newest Keelby Junior team, has been building a squad of players in preperation to start the season off after the summer.
Keelby United is starting up an new mini-soccer under 8 team, which will be competing in the Caparo league next season.
The juniors have been training from 10:00am on Saturday mornings. The new team will train and play friendly matches until the start of the new league season.
If you are interested in playing football or you know a young player who would like to get started, then please come down to the Keelby Sports ground at 10:00am on Saturday's and join in the fun.
In the last couple of weeks Keelby United have started kids football on Saturday mornings. The sessions have been immediately popular with the numbers of young footballers taking part increasing with every weekend.
If your child would like to give football a go, then come down to the Keelby Sports ground at 10:00am and join in the fun.
Keelby United is planning to enter a team in next season's under 15 division, which will compete in the Grimsby Intermediate League.
The first training session is penciled in for Saturday 3rd March, depending on numbers. The new team will train and play friendly matches until the start of the new league season.
Keelby United is running a campaign to get people into football, and has produced a leaflet to encourage footballers to join the club.
Click on the poster to have a look.
Keelby United has a new club badge. The new emblem is emblazoed with a roaring Lion and is in Keelby's traditional colour of green.
The new badge will start appearing on all of Keelby's literature and could be on the team's shirts soon.
Please note: The KUFC crest features an image from vectorportal.com, available under a Creative Commons Attribution license.