Junior football in Cheadle has flourished in recent years. One of the main reasons for this has been the growth of Inter Cheadle JFC. Founded by Liam Edge in the summer of 2007 (including SK's own Joe, in the then U13 North team), the club had a simple mission: to make football about the players, not financial gain.
This vision has seen the club grow to:
An U5-7 soccer school, where each year players graduate to U8 teams
20 junior teams playing in: East Manchester JFL, Stockport Metro JFL, Manchester Youth Super League
Two girls' teams
Four open age teams
An FA Wildcats girls' coaching centre hosted by SKFC
One of the few clubs in Cheshire to achieve the top 'Community Standard' kitemark