34 Straight Bit, Flackwell Heath, High Wycombe, , HP10 9LT
First Soccer runs football coaching courses for all ages and abilities. We run regular courses throughout the week as well as sessions at lots of schools across the County. We also hold football birthday parties at very reasonable rates.
First Soccer courses are available during the school holidays 10am – 3pm at lots of different venues.
Wilks Park, Heath End Rd, Flackwell Heath, High Wycombe, , HP10 9EA
lackwell Heath FC A Brief History
Flackwell Heath FC was founded in 1907 and the club joined the High Wycombe and District League for its inaugural season.
The Heathens proved to be a major force in local football, having won twelve Wycombe League championship titles and the High Wycombe Senior Challenge Cup on a record twelve occasions.
In the 1950s Flackwell joined the Great Western Combination League and won this league twice before returning to the Wycombe League.
In the 1970s they continued their success and the clubhouse was built as the first stage of their rise into senior football. The clubhouse was opened in 1974.
In 1975 The Heathens won the Berks and Bucks Intermediate Cup and the Reading Senior Cup. In 1977 the club achieved Senior status and moved up into the Hellenic League Division One.
Promotion to the Premier Division was achieved at the first attempt.
After five seasons in this league, during which time floodlights were installed at Wilks Park, Flackwell were elected into the Athenian League. In 1984 they joined the expanding Isthmian League.
The clubs first season in this competition saw them playing in Division Two (North) and against some tough opposition they finished in a respectable eighth position. The following season Flackwell was switched to Division Two (South) where life turned out to be even tougher.
Our football Club is a very active and sprightly 102 years old this year and more involved with our Community then ever before. With a total of 18 teams, including Boys, Girls, Youth, Ladies and Adult male squads, ranging from 6 years old to ... well there is NO upper limit; we are the most inclusive Club in the region.
Off the pitch we boast a Coaching team of almost 50 qualified Coaches, we believe to be the largest in the region, ensuring all our Players receive quality instruction on the skills and tactics involved in modern play. (All our Coaches are also qualified to administer Emergency Aid in the case of injury or ill health and checked by the CRB authorities). We are one of the few Clubs that actively contributes to our local Schools, with us holding "fun sports sessions" with our First school just across the road, we are currently supporting the Junior school with setting up Girls football in Holmer Green Schools and establishing a sharing of resources and equipment scheme with our Senior School.
French School Meadow/Elm Rd, Penn, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, , HP10 8LG
Penn & Tylers Green Football Club home ground offers an unrivalled setting for playing football with two full sized pitches, training grounds and training equipment. We also partner with various schools in the area to provide further scope for training and playing for the 22 playing sections of the club.
The Sports and Social Club hosts a fully stocked bar for pre and post match hospitality, a function room for meeting and award ceremonies, a fully fitted kitchen and beautiful patio area for relaxing during the summer months. Hi tech sporting entertainment is on hand with HD projection in the main bar, HD televisions in the function room and on the patio! All this in an idyllic setting with views over the Chilterns and areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Totteridge FC is a voluntary run non-profit making community youth football club located in High Wycombe, Bucks, UK with a majority of our players coming from the local areas of Totteridge, Bowerdean and Micklefield. Founded in 1996, the club is affiliated to the Berks & Bucks Football Association and closely follows F.A. rules and regulations governing youth football while promoting fairplay and sportsmanship.
Managers and helpers are encouraged to take part in training to cover such aspects as coaching, emergency aid, child protection and refereeing. All team managers and coaches are Police checked for the safety and security of our playing members.