Former Jersey women's boss Tony Hoyland is to restart St Peter's women's football team.
Hoyland quit as Jersey manager last month after becoming frustrated at the lack of games the island team played.
He takes up a new post as the head coach of St Peter's ladies section and will also be the junior co-ordinator.
"I look forward to Tony building a long-term development structure for ladies football within the club," said St Peter president Tom du Feu.
St Peter were once the dominant force in women's football in Jersey, winning the inaugural women's league in 1998 and taking six of the first seven titles.