Founded in 1983
Guildford Saints Football Club was founded in 1983 with an ethos of providing the opportunity for players of all abilities to play football
23 teams of girls and boys from 7 year olds, through the age groups to under 18, as well a ladies team and with a recently formed pan-disability team plus walking footballers ages 45+ male/female
FA Qualified Coaches
All teams have FA Qualified coaches who carry at least Level 1 FA Coaching Certification, have attended First Aid & Child Protection workshops and have been through CRB verification
FA Charter Standard
In 2006 Guildford Saints FC was granted FA Charter Standard Development Club status and was awarded Surrey County FA Development club of the year for 3 successive years 2007-2009
About Guildford Saints Football Club
The club’s aim is to provide the opportunity for boys and girls of all abilities to play football in a safe, controlled, and friendly environment.
GSFC a grassroots football club run by volunteers with a professional attitude. Volunteers being a vital part of our Club, we welcome new volunteers wanting to get involved either as coaches, referees or administrators. We actively encourage our older youth players to take an active role in the club and provide training to help them on their volunteering path.
With the objective of supporting not just our players, who want to improve as footballers, but also our coaches and managers we now have a professional coach Kevin Wilson attached to the club. We are delighted to have Kevin at the club as he is driving the development of footballing skills in the club to new levels. Kevin employs a number of coaches to deliver weekly professional training sessions to our players, who work on a syllabus devised by him throughout the season to cover all aspects of the game.
We are keen supporters of the FA’s Respect campaign. Good behaviour is key to the future of this football club with players, managers, coaches and spectators all having their responsibilities. As we are not fortunate enough to have our own facilities it is important that we respect those who provide us with facilities by being good tenants.
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