Beacon Hill Football Club

A Message From The Chairman

Welcome to Beacon Hill Football Club. It is my pleasure and privilege to be Chairman and a coach of a fantastic grassroots football club. Beacon Hill Football Club was founded in 2005 and now boasts more than 380 playing members across the junior, youth and senior age groups.

The aim of the club is to promote football across the local community.

As a club, the health, safety and welfare of every child is our first and most important priority. This is closely followed by our commitment to providing a happy and inclusive environment for children to learn and develop their football skills. All of our coaches are FA qualified, CRC-checked, and trained in First Aid and Safeguarding.

Our volunteers are important to us. Clubs like ours cannot run without the support and hard work of coaches and parents. We are grateful for the time and commitment our volunteers put into the running of the club and organising football for the children. We are always on the lookout for new volunteers to help with coaching or the administration or the many other ways you can help. So thank you to all our volunteers and sponsors without whom we couldn’t function.

Our club is open to all players regardless of gender, race, nationality, ethnicity, colour, religion, sexual orientation or perceived ability as a footballer. We adhere to The FA Respect Codes of Conduct and value sportsmanship, fair play, respect and positivity.

Please remember, it’s a game, the coaches are volunteers and the players are children who always try their best and learn more every time they play – positive encouragement always works best for the individual and the team.

If you are interested in playing football then please check out the respective age group page and contact the appropriate Head Coach on that page.

Thank you for your interest and support of the club!

Alex Gowing (Chairman)

Latest News

  • FA 2021-22 Code of Conduct

    FA 2021-22 Code of Conduct

    The new 2021/22 season is now underway and as we return to grassroots games up and down the country it is important that we update everyone on the Respect codes of conduct that need to be adhered to.

    As a parent of a youth player, creating a fun, safe and inclusive environment for all on and off the pitch can make a difference, therefore it is important that we follow the codes of conduct set for us.

    The Respect codes of conduct are in place to ensure that everyone involved within grassroots football is playing their part to give everyone a positive experience.

    Please download the latest code of conduct specifically for your role below. To find out more information and to download the codes of conduct for other roles, please click here.

    We hope you enjoy the season and best of luck



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