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Snodland Town FC is truly a “Community Club”. It is the largest of any organisation in the town and has been structured with a specific aim to give players from Under 6s through to senior level the opportunity to play a higher grade football in their home town.
The club is very much an integral part of the town and organises events that all the local community participate in.
We offer a safe and secure environment for all ages, abilities and gender to play football and are developing the coaching skills of our managers to help all our players improve their playing level.
Please look through the various pages of our website to get a true feel of our club and for any further information please contact us using the ‘contact’ tab in the menu bar above.
Snodland Town Football Club is a Chartered Standard Club
In these difficult times it is pleasing that we are able to resume football albeit currently behind closed doors.
In line with directives from the F.A. and our respective leagues, Snodland Town Football Club have, with the safety of staff, players and potential spectators in mind, produced a risk assessment to enable us to ensure a safe environment inside our ground.
We have also produced a match day process form for all visiting clubs and a contact details form for all opposition players and management that will be required to be completed on arrival at our ground.
Click here to download the three documents mentioned above and for the link to the F.A. for full Covid-19 guidelines.
Snodland Town Football Club is a major community organisation in the town. We offer football to all age groups from 6-year olds right through to adults.
Like every grassroots football club we have been affected by the government clamp down on all sport during the Covid-19 pandemic. In particular, our income over the summer months from a Presentation Evening, a Penalty Shoot-Out Competition and our annual Football Tournament have now been lost. We had hoped to achieve a grant from the Football Association via Sport England to help small clubs like ours to get through the current situation, but this has been rejected. We therefore find ourselves in a very precarious financial situation to cover general running costs to enable the club to survive and bring football back to all ages once Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted.
We are therefore appealing for the kindness and generosity of our local community, our supporters and friends to help the club see its way through this challenging period. Any donation, however large or small will be hugely appreciated and will go directly towards the general running cost of the club and therefore ensure that we can come back stronger next season.
In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy so that we can welcome you to watch football at Potyns Sportsground when sport returns to us all.
To donate please follow the link below.