Club NameWoking Town

Club Founded1986

Club NicknameWTFC

Club Colours (Home Kit)
ShortsNavy Blue
SocksNavy Blue

Club Colours (Away Kit)

Club HistoryWoking Town Football Club has a long history, starting life as Woking Boys Club and developing through intermediate stages to its current day identity.    The Club registered as a charity in the name of Woking Boys and Girls Club operating as Woking Town Football Club on 8th May 1986 and remains dedicated to football to this day with over 250 players across the Under 5s to Under 18s age groups.  Our football history began at West Byfleet school playing fields, and more recently our home grounds are both Woking College and St Johns the Baptist, where we can be found hosting home matches on most Sundays during the season.

Club PhilosophyThe Club is a registered Charity that has the following objectives: To promote community participation in healthy recreation by providing facilities for playing football.  At WTFC, we play competitive football but measure our success by the enjoyment and involvement of children from our local community, not just by winning Leagues and Cups. As a club we encourage all parents to support good play, and sportsmanship, irrespective of which team is playing and we praise effort and performance more than results.  The Club will provide football for as many children and young adults as possible. No child will be prevented from joining the club on grounds of ability. This is a fundamental commitment as an FA Charter Standard Community Club. The Club gives priority to children living in the local community and those attending local schools, irrespective of ability.  We want our players to be well rounded footballers focusing on passing play and developing players who are able to play in any position across the pitch. Each child will be encouraged to develop to the best of their ability in terms of football skills, athleticism, fitness, and tactics, and also as coaches and referees. All teams will play every game with a desire to win but within the “spirit of the game” as well as to the rules. Good sportsmanship will be considered an essential part of WTFC membership and for all teams regardless of the competition being played. Players may change squads on an annual basis as they mature or new players join the Club. Therefore, children may play in a different squad each year. The Club has a Squad Selection Policy which all players and parents “buy in” to when joining the Club.

Club ChairmanMichael Hodges

Club SecretaryMichael Hodges

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