FROM HALF-TERM
TO FULL-TIME

A PASSION FOR FOOTBALL DOESN’T STOP WHEN THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS BEGIN.

Holiday camps and tournaments keep our young players motivated and fit. They’re also a great opportunity to build strong bonds with each other, many of which will last a lifetime.

HOLIDAY CAMPS

Half-term / Easter / Summer

What do your children do during the school holidays? Are they lounging at home playing on a mobile device, or out in the fresh air, getting fit and developing their football skills? At Walton & Hersham Youth FC, we know where we’d rather be.

Our popular holiday camps are run in partnership with the enthusiastic and professional coaches from SkillZone. All the young footballers are encouraged to improve their technical and decision-making skills, whilst participating in a fun, inclusive environment. For more information please contact:

WH Youth FC Website Camps 1

Tournaments

It’s not the winning that counts, it’s the taking part – although, we confess, we’re always delighted to applaud the success of our winning teams.

Tournaments are a great way to help our young players understand the value of camaraderie and teamwork. Our annual tournaments began in 2017 to create an environment where positive play is encouraged. In 2022, we welcomed 150 teams from across the region, from the ages of under 6 to under 16.

They’re also an opportunity for mums, dads, carers and other supporters to come along and enjoy a fun day out. Refreshments will be supplied by the Surrey Coffee Co including hot and cold drinks and food. We have a sweets marquee, ice cream van and bouncy castle, as well as live T-shirt printing by David Charles Embroidery. There will also be plenty of opportunities to win prizes at our raffle.

The 2023 Tournament will take place June 4, 10 & 11th, get involved below!

WH Youth FC Website Tournament 2

Join our Club

Walton & Hersham Youth FC is a great place for boys and girls to learn new skills, develop enduring friendships and discover a life-long love of football. For more information please contact:

Patrick Kirby