Wandsworth Town Youth FC Proud record vs professional teams


Wandsworth Town Youth FC are starting to carry a big reputation across London amongst the Professional clubs with the players they are producing on a regular basis. Wandsworth Town Youth FC each season plays a host of trails games against Professional clubs to allow the players to compete with the highest standard players in the country in the last 3 years we have played over 10 games in different ages groups.

Season 2009-10;
– Leyton orient 4 v 4 draw
– Southend united 4 v 3 loss
– Crystal Palace 2 v 1 win
– Brentford fc 5 v 5 draw
– Q.p.r 3 v 2 loss
– Charlton Athletic 4 v 3 loss
– Leyton Orient 5 v 5 draw
– Wycombe Wanderers 4 v 2 win
– Wycombe Wanderers 5 v 3 loss
– London county 4 v 0 win

Season 2010-11;

- Wycombe Wanderers 5 v 2 win
– Southend united 4 v 2 loss
– Leyton orient 3 v 1 loss
– Brentford fc 5 v 5 draw

Season 2012-13;

- Charlton Athletic u16s 2 v 1 win
– Southend united u16s 4 v 2 win
– Brentford fc u12s 3 v 2 loss
– Aldershot fc u13s 7 v 1 win
– Aldershot fc u15s 5 v 1 win
– Stevenage fc u13s 3 v 2 loss
– Stevenage fc u15s 4 v 2 win
– Leyton Orient u16s 3 v 1 loss
– Fulham FC U14s 7-5 loss

Season 2013-14

Fulham u13s 5 v 2 loss
Fulham u15s 7 v 6 loss
Barnet u13s 5 v 1 loss
Barnet u10s 4 v 2 win
Norwich u13s 2 v 0 loss
Norwich u11s 3 v 2 loss
West Ham u10s 7 v 5 win


Last few weeks the teams have had a hectic schedule training three times a week and visiting various professional clubs as well as playing games and showcase games.

A mixture of players from our younger sides have visited Fulham FC and Queens Park Rangers FC where they met players, took photographs and also experienced watching the professional footballers train.

We took there mind off of playing football several times through out August but that doesn’t mean we took there mind off of FOOTBALL itself.

The two day trips were aimed at giving our players a inside to how footballers prepare before games and not just a normal game but big games where the club needs nothing but three points.

All the training sessions was great to watch,played with a high tempo, creative and high intensity with several World Cup 2014 stars involved such as Bryan Ruiz, Loic Remy, Isla and also TV Pundit Rio Ferdinand.




U14 signs for Southend United FC

Well done to O’Shane from our U14’s group who has signed for Southend United FC after training with there academy for the last two weeks.

Great future ahead with the Essex club, O’Shane spent Three Years at Wandsworth Town Youth FC playing in an Attacking Midfield role and scored over 30 goals whilst winning a County Cup and League Cup, O’Shane also helped the side to second place in the league on two occasions.

Everyone at our club wishes O’Shane the best for the future!


WTFC feature on Sky Sports!

Great last few days during pre-season.

Last week our groups traveled down to Craven Cottage to watch Magnus Magath put he’s players through their paces before the start of the season.

Superb learning experience for our boys watching professionals train and also players who have played at this years World Cup, after the session several of our boys took photos and made sure they got the players autographs!


Fulham FC!

Tuesday 5th.

Wandsworth Town Youth FC will be bringing a group of young players to Fulhams Open Training Day at Craven Cottage Tuesday morning.

Not only do we think it’s good to play football and learn, it’s only right that all youth watch and study the game which helps a vast amount improving and developing their game. Watching as much football as possible and also trying to go to as much games as possible.

Fulham FC will be holding a Open Training Session, Where Felix Magath will be putting the First Team through there paces prior to the start of the season next weekend.

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