AFC Waverton is one of the largest junior football clubs in the Chester area. With over 350 boys and girls aged 5 - 17 in 27 teams we are committed to providing football to all children within our community.
AFC Waverton is an FA Charter Standard Club with child protection and safety paramount. The award also recognises the club's commitment to coaching, player and coach development, and the raising of standards of behaviour in the game
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Kit Collection Arrives at Romanian Orphanage!
Over the past year we have been collecting kits, boots etc to go to support a football academy at an orphanage in Romania (http://www.cfacademic.ro/en/) and the club is glad to report that we have now been able to deliver much of that equipment to Romania.
The Orphanage has asked the club to pass on the sincerest of thanks to all those managers, players and parents who have made so many donations - it has been a really worthwhile endeavour.
An FA charter standard club
The club is delighted to announce that it has achieved FA Charter Status. The FA Charter Standard Award provides recognition that AFC Waverton is a well run and sustainable junior football club, with child protection and safety paramount. It also recognises the club's commitment to coaching, player & coach development, and the raising of standards of behaviour in the game - all of which are big priorities for The FA.
Local Football Clubs are the heartbeat of football in this country. That is why The FA Charter Standard club programme, which raises standards and recognises and rewards quality, is so important. For more information click below
FA Charter Standard Club Criteria
AFC Waverton - Club of the Year 2009
AFC Waverton has been awarded the prestigious club of the year award in a recent Cheshire West and Chester awards ceremony.
Graham Frost - Volunteer of Year 2009
Club chairman, Graham Frost, is awarded Volunteer of the Year 2009 - recognition for all his efforts in steering the progress of the club and bringing football to over 300 children in the area. Well done and Thank you!
Support Hannah, winner of BBC 2009 Teen Hero award!
Hannah Jones, the Christleton High School sixth former has won the BBC Switch Live 2009 Teen Hero award for raising an amazing £48,000 for brain cancer charities whilst receiving treatment for a brain tumour herself.
All your supporters at AFC Waverton are delighted with your award!
Local Company supports Local Young Football Stars
All associated with AFC Waverton would like to express their gratitude for this generosity – and pictured are some of the ladies who play for AFC ladies, Ladies football development manager David Harker and ladies coaches Robbie Mills and Paul Bowman receiving a cheque from the Manager of Birch Heath Lodge Nursing home Ann Evans and the Homes administrator Ann Gregory.
AFC Waverton Junior Football Club are delighted to announce a new Shirt and coaching sponsorship deal with Birch Heath Lodge Nursing Home
in Christleton. Birch Heath Lodge is part of the Mary Malliband Care Group and in Christleton they provide care for up to 38 residents.