Frequently Asked Questions

  • I want to play competitive adult football on a Saturday - how do I join WHFC?

  • Using our contact page, tell us a little bit about yourself including any playing experience, and we will get back to you with some information on how to join for a trial period. We ask for your playing experience in order that we can place you initially with one of our eight adult teams at the approximate correct level.

  • How do we enrol a child in the WHFC youth section?

  • There are several avenues available for children to become involved at WHFC. Probably the easiest is for you to attend (for boys) one of our community football sessions on a Saturday morning, or (for girls) a session on a Monday or Friday evening. See our youth pages for more information, or use our contact page.

  • How much does it cost for membership of WHFC?

  • Membership fees vary across our categories (adult men, vets, youth). For the 2018-19 season for the men's section, there is an annual fee of £120, plus £10 per game played (reduced rates of £80 and £5 for under 19 on Sep 1st). Please use our contact page for details specific to your requirements.

  • How far are the adult away matches on a Saturday?

  • Our Saturday sides play in the Southern Amateur League and compete in AFA (Amateur Football Alliance) cups as well. Both of these competitions involve opposition teams who are located across London, from Norsemen a mile way, to Carshalton in Surrey.

    However, some of the lower leagues have been regionalised over the past few years, and this has reduced travelling distances considerably.

  • What qualifications do the WHFC youth coaches have?

  • All WFC youth coaches have FA coaching badges to minimum level 2.

  • What is the age qualification for vets football at WHFC? How do I join the section?

  • To play in the vets sides (we have two), you must be over 35 years of age. There is no upper limit!

    Please use our contact page to enquire on joining.