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


Denzel 2sharp Mensah!

Congratulations and good luck to Denzel who has turned professional in one of the most toughest sports, everyone at our club excited to see the progress he makes as a professional athlete.

Debut ; Saturday October 14th 2017
York Hall Old Ford Road Bethnal Green London E2 9PJ

Everyone get behind him and support his journey!

Pre season starts with a bang!


Wandsworth Town Youth FC U16 (2001) 4-0 Canal Winchester HS U17 (2000)

Man of the Match; Omar/Orlando
Goalscorers; Omar, Samuel, Kelvin, Shak.

Massive thanks to our opponents, providing us with a great game in preparation towards several exciting games coming up.

Over the last few days we have been hosting sides on tour in the UK and from Ohia, America – these games gave our boys a great experience of playing against youth of a similar age but from a different country which they don’t always get the opportunity to do so.

The learning curve our boys took from these games was the style in which they was up against, opponents positioning off the ball was almost like a brick wall and set up very well, whilst making it tough for our group to break them down,

Bringing different nations together through football!