Watford Walking Football Club
A Very Warm Welcome
Our club was established in 2015, with the aim of creating a community of Walking Footballers in and around the Watford area. Our philosophy embraces both the playing and social benefits that walking football provides and therefore caters for people of mixed ability, from ex-footballers in their—shall we say—more formative years and those just wishing to stay fit and have fun with other like-minded people.
This activity played on a non-contact basis in line with the interpretation of the Walking Football Association Rules, with whom we are aligned. At first, it takes a little getting used too, but once those natural instincts to charge around or run into open spaces are curbed, it can be really competitive, great fun and most importantly, immensely beneficial for your health and mental well-being.
For those of you that have played the beautiful game, still want to be out there competing at a pace that is much more suited to where we are at in life, then walking football ticks all the boxes. For those of you who just want to do something that gets you out the house doing something, in an environment that is supportive and beneficial to your health, then walking football ticks your boxes as well.
Should you wish to come along and join into one of our sessions, then drop us a line using the form below and we will be in touch to let you know when this can be arranged as sessions are popular and overcrowding is not permitted. However, you are most welcome to observe a session anytime you wish. Click here to view the calendar that details club nights.
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Whats Happening?Highlighted news, features and updates...
Staying active throughout this COVID-19 (Coronavirus) period.
In this video Michael shares some exercises to keep you topped up during this enforced break. Find an appropriate space and do them at your own pace. Let us know how you’re getting on and we looking forward to resuming normal practice when this comes to an end.
19-Jan-20 (Report by Gary S) Bisham Abbey hosted a Charity event in aid of Jarari on Sun 19-Feb. Jacari is a 55 year old charity which supports children who do not speak English as their first language. Jacari match these children up with personal private tutors....
08-Dec-19 (report by Gary Shaw)Watford WFC 60’s team along with Norwich and Bexley (Leyton Orient pulled out) represented the South against 4 Teams from the North at the neutral venue, “Goals Leicester“. Typical of “goals” locations, the pitches were...
November 2019All 3 Watford teams came runners-up in their Premiership, Championship and Division 2 leagues (see below). Congratulations to team managers Michael Adams, Glenn Cato and Andy Jenkins respectively.