Get your Full-Time contacts updated, ready for the County Cups.

Get Ready For County Cups

As Clubs may remember from last year it is a requirement to provide the County Office with a Full-Time Email contact and a Full-Time SMS contact for the County Cup Competitions.

The FA Full-Time administration system will inform clubs of upcoming County Cup fixtures, referee appointments and changes to fixtures by email notifications.

Clubs MUST submit their County Cup result by SMS, which will instantly be shown on the Cornwall FA website.

All Cornwall FA County Cup games in the 2014/2015 season will be using the FA Full- Time administration system. All teams entering into a County Cup must register two contacts, a Team SMS Full-Time Contact and a Team Email Full-Time Contact. By default these are set as the Club Secretary. However clubs are able to change this depending on their needs, i.e. they may want the fixture notification for the first team to go to the Club Secretary but the Team Manager to submit the SMS results (likewise for your reserves, U16s and so on).

If clubs are happy for the Club Secretary to be both, then they will receive ALL Full-Time email notifications regarding County Cups etc. AND have to submit the scores via SMS after every County Cup match for all team/s.


Club Secretaries

If you are the Club Secretary and require to make changes and have each team manager as the SMS contact/Email Contact or just the SMS contact or whichever fits the needs of your club then please login to Member Services using this link;  

PLEASE NOTE MEMBER SERVICES LOGIN DETAILS ARE THE SAME AS YOU USE FOR LOGGING INTO THE WHOLE GAME PORTAL, if you did not login to the Whole Game System Portal then please visit to request access or phone the office on 01208 269 010 and we can help set this up.


Team Managers

If you are part of a club and wish to be the Email contact or SMS contact for your team please contact your Club Secretary.

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