"Everyone forgets todays score before the end of the season, but decades later, the children still remember the adults whose affection and support was always there regardless"

WELCOME

 Wheathampstead Wanderers FC is an FA Charter Standard Club. In achieving this award our club has been recognised by the FA for high standards in coaching, organisation and discipline.

Our aim is to develop and deliver a quality youth football programme, in a positive, fun and family oriented environment. We desire to create a positive environment based on mutual respect, a sense of fair play and good sportsmanship, rather than a "win at all costs" attitude.

CLUB NEWS

  • Football Remembers During the First World War soldiers from both sides put down their weapons on 25 December 1914 and crossed into ‘no man’s land’ to share in an impromptu ceasefire ...
    Posted Dec 8, 2014, 8:00 AM by Andrew Ellis
  • Sharp Skills for Assistant Referees On 27 November WWFC co-hosted a training session for assistant referees where Phil Sharp, assistant referee at the 2002 World Cup Final and currently Referee Development Officer at the ...
    Posted Dec 5, 2014, 2:41 AM by Andrew Ellis
  • ATP Official Opening The Wheathampstead Artificial Turf Pitch opened in grand style on Thursday, with guests including Sean Murray (Watford FC), Ben Martin and James Gray (St Albans City), Anna Patten (England U17s ...
    Posted Dec 2, 2014, 8:18 AM by Andrew Ellis
  • Respect Weekend - 8/9 November Remembrance Weekend is traditionally a time to remember, to reflect and to respect.  This year has added significance as it is 100 years since the outbreak of World War I ...
    Posted Nov 5, 2014, 2:56 AM by Andrew Ellis
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Latest Results & Match Reports

LATEST ARTICLES

  • Latest Head Injury Advice We would recommend that all coaches and parents read the advice below regarding head injuries. Attached is a handy printable version too.To help identify concussion in children, youth and ...
    Posted Nov 26, 2014, 6:31 AM by Wheathampstead Wanderers
  • Working with 14-16 year olds. Preventing Drop-Out This is another great article from Nick Levett - focussing on the 14-16 age group, but there's plenty of relevence to younger kids too.     Changing times...the emergence of ...
    Posted Nov 5, 2013, 2:42 AM by Wheathampstead Wanderers
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Wheathampstead Wanderers Are Proud To Support Keech Hospice Care

There will be a Keech Collection Van at Butterfield Road every other Saturday to collect donations for Keech shops

We welcome items such as clothing (any condition) and accessories, books, videos, DVDs, CDs, records, tapes, ornaments, pictures, crockery, linens and toys. All items should be in good repair or working condition and toys must have a CE safety mark

 
 

OUR SPONSORS

 A BIG THANK YOU
TO YOU ALL!

@WheatoFC

DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS

VOLUNTEERS WANTED

We are always looking for willing volunteers who can help run our club and develop our offering. There are a wide variety of roles to suit a variety of skills and time availability!
 

PLAYERS WANTED

We have limited spaces in some age groups, and are specifically looking for players in
 - U15 (Yr 10 from Sept)
 

DATES

2014
6 Sept - Start Of Season
2015
25 Apr - WWFC Ball
17 May - End Of Season
13 June - Presentation Day

 

CLUB COLOURS