Worthys Youth Football Club

Worthys Football Club and Worthys Youth FC combined is a locally run FA Charter Standard Community Club currently providing football opportunities for over 300 children and young adults of both sexes and covering the age range from 6 to post-18.

The majority of players live within the local Kings Worthy area, but the club welcomes players from all parts of Winchester and beyond. In 2014 we were awarded Community Club status and won Hampshire FA’s Community Club of the year. We were able to attain Community Club status as result of a group of ex-youth players coming together to form our first ever men’s team at post-18. It is testament to the ethos of the club that they wanted to find that spirit again!

Worthys YFC Merchandise

Worthys YFC merchandise now available from Pendle Sports https://worthys-fc.footballkit.co.uk/

Worthys Covid Risk Assessment

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Worthys YFC

Our Mission Statement

Worthys Youth Football Club aim to provide a safe environment for players of all abilities, to learn, develop and enjoy playing football as a community sport, with community values. For players to enjoy and take part in football, we will ensure that they are encouraged to:

  • Take an active part in the sport
  • Form relationships and work together
  • Develop their skills and improve over time
  • Be able to take part whatever their ability
  • Develop personal skills in key areas
  • Appreciate a good sporting attitude
  • Demonstrate a good sporting attitude
  • Understand the laws of the game
  • Be listened to and valued
  • Be positive about themselves and others



Worthys Safeguarding

We subscribe to the Football Association’s Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. Read More

Within the club we have two child welfare officers (CWOs). They are Kelly Valentine and Helen Smith. They can be contacted by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling Kelly on 07710 682086 or Helen on 07875 412039.

Whistle-blowing can be used as an early warning system or when it’s recognised that appropriate actions have not been taken. It is about revealing and raising concerns over misconduct or malpractice within an organisation or within an independent structure associated with it.

Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague can also use whistle-blowing by contacting CWOs Helen and Kelly.

Alternatively you can go direct the Police or Children’s Social Care and report your concerns there.


Worthys Wild Cats


SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres from The FA in partnership with Worthys Youth FC offer Winchester area girls the chance to start their football journey. SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Centres from The FA will provide Winchester area girls aged 5-11 with regular opportunities to play football. The initiative offers organised sessions in a fun and engaging environment created exclusively for girls.

More than 1,000 clubs were established throughout England in 2018. SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football sessions take place on a weekly basis, and provide a safe environment where girls can try football for the first time. SSE and The FA hope the initiative will inspire participants to engage with football, meet new friends, develop fundamental skills, learn new things and create the foundation for a lifelong love of football. Season one of the Worthys’ Wildcats has been running since April 2019 and finished in September 2019 (16 sessions).


Worthys Youth Football Club, Kings Worthy, Winchester, Hampshire
Registered Charity Number: 1136554
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