Wokingians FC is an FA Charter Standard Football Club
based in Loop Road Woking, GU22 9BQ. It was formed in 1928 from past pupils
of Woking Grammar School, it is now an open club drawing players from
in and around the Woking area.
eight sides playing on Saturdays and two Sunday
Veterans teams we welcome players of all ages
We play on Saturday afternoons in the Amateur Football Combination
and are affiliated to the Amateur Football Alliance.
On Sundays the Veterans play in the Farnham & District Sunday
The large number of sides that we run means that players of all standards
can be accommodated. Our First Team is in the Premier
Division of the AFC which is of a standard equivalent to the
Combined Counties League.
The Club has four home pitches and its own Clubhouse
in the Kingfield area of Woking, just a short distance from Woking
Football Club. The Clubhouse provides the focus for both
the football and social activities.
What we have to offer:
Competitive football in a friendly environment for all ages and
Club that prides itself on its conduct on and off the pitch.
social calendar that welcomes players from across all teams.
Our own Clubhouse/Bar for socials and post-match entertainment.
For younger players the opportunity to develop through the ranks
under the supervision of experienced players.
For Veterans (aged over 35), the chance to continue playing competitive
football with your peers.
you would like to learn more about the Club, or are interested in signing
up, contact us by emailing email@example.com
Matches and Training cancelled during the current lockdown
below has been superseded
OWFC COVID-19 PLAYER
RETURN TO COMPETITIVE FOOTBALL
OWFC player guide is a summary of the FA COVID-19 guidance to re-starting
outdoor competitive grassroots football, published on 18th July 2020.
All players should read the FA guidance which can be found here
can start from 20th July 2020 with 11 a-side friendlies no earlier than
1st August 2020.
The FA guidance permits physical contact during outdoor competitive match
play. For all other activities before, after and during any breaks in
play the Government guidance on social distancing should be observed,
Anyone who is deemed vulnerable in respect of COVID-19 is reminded
to follow the Government’s guidance, only returning to football
when it’s right for them to do so. Returning to play is voluntary
and Old Wokes will support any player who chooses not to return yet.
Matt Lane has been appointed as the club’s COVID-19 Officer and
can be contacted by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
for any queries.
A summary of the key points from the FA guidelines which ALL players/managers/supporters
• Everyone should self-assess for COVID-19 symptoms before every
training session and match. If you are symptomatic or living in a household
with possible or actual COVID-19 infection you must not participate or
A record of attendance will be kept by the club and used only for the
purpose of NHS test and trace. All players must provide contact details,
which will be stored in-line with GDPR principles.
• Anyone who becomes infected after training or a match should report
this to the NHS test and trace system and the club’s COVID-19 officer.
• Players should arrive changed and shower at home. Use of changing
and shower facilities will not be permitted. Toilets will be accessible,
but players must disinfect hands before and after use.
• Players to supply their own kit for training. No bibs will be
provided. For 11 a-side matches the club will still supply the kit, but
players should wash their own kit where possible.
• Competitive match play is now permitted, with a maximum of 30
people allowed for one training session. Social distancing must remain
in place before and after the match, and in any breaks in play.
• Players should supply their own hand sanitiser and drinks bottle
for training and matches.
• All equipment must be disinfected before and after play e.g. footballs,
goal posts and corner flags.
• Players should sanitise hands before and after a game, as well
as scheduled breaks throughout a game or training session.
• Goalkeepers should ensure they disinfect their gloves regularly
in breaks in training or matches and thoroughly afterwards.
• Ball handling should be minimised, most contact via a boot and
the ball disinfected in breaks of play.
• Players should not spit and must avoid shouting or raising their
voices when facing each other during, before and after games. Goal celebrations
should also be avoided.
• First aid can be administered when essential e.g. for any life
or limb threatening conditions until an ambulance has arrived. Strict
hygiene standards and the use of PPE must be considered.
• Training and match fees must be transferred electronically. No
cash payments should be taken.
• Traffic flow systems and signage must be followed at all clubs/facilities,
home and away.
It is vital that all players follow these guidelines
to ensure a return to play is as safe as possible. Should the FA guidance
change, players will be updated accordingly.
Wokingians COVID-19 Risk Assessment is found here >
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