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Sport for everyone

We believe strongly in using the power of sport for the benefit of the community. Many of our community activities were necessarily paused during the Covid-19 pandemic, so we are pleased to again be offering a full programme of events for children and adults.

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Soccer schools

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Hugely popular, our soccer schools are loved by children and their parents/carers alike! Aimed at children aged 5-12, camps run during half-term holidays, Easter and throughout the summer holidays.

Our soccer schools offer a mix of skill-specific exercises and fun games designed to improve children’s football ability, fitness and, overall, provide an enjoyable experience.

Our soccer schools are held at CITC Sports Hub at Woking College. Watch out for announcements of dates and how to book your child’s place on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and our events page.

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Walking Football

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Walking football is perfect for people who still love the beautiful game, but just can’t get around the pitch like they used to. It’s a great way for people to maintain an active lifestyle and enjoy their favourite sport with friends regardless of age or ability.

Our walking football sessions are held at Woking Sportsbox every Monday 6.30pm – 7.30pm and at Woking College on Thursday 11.00am – 12.00pm. Sessions are run by qualified coaches who ensure players complete a full warm-up and warm-down either side of a match – we want everyone to enjoy themselves safely! New players are always welcome and please visit our new walking football website at

Read the Woking Walking FC constitution.

Adult players waiting to play in a tournament held at Woking FC's Laithwaite Stadium

Surrey Community Football League

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Whilst general understanding of mental health issues has improved over the years, attitudes can be challenging to change. Those who have mental health problems continue to find it harder to find work, make friends and live a ‘normal’ life, which can lead to a sense of isolation. Denied opportunities and faced with barriers that prevent individuals playing an active role in their communities, mental health issues can also impact on physical health.

Set up in 2011 by Woking Football in the Community in conjunction with Surrey County Council, and now run by CITC, the Surrey Community Football League is fully inclusive. Not only open to those who want to play football, there is also a place for those who are keen to become part of a team in different ways eg as a physio or team secretary.

Matches are arranged on a monthly basis, alongside other events and courses that cover topics such as nutrition, teamwork and motivation. As well as running the league, the Wellbeing Tournament is an annual event and a highlight on the calendar. Held at Woking FC’s Laithwaite Stadium, teams play on a professional pitch and spectators have a great day out.

The Surrey Community Football League is mixed gender, so is truly open to all.

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