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Oxfords Friendliest Walking Football Club

Oxford United Walking Football Club offers a slower paced version of the game for men over 50 and ladies aged over 18.

We are a friendly club that welcomes new players at our regular playing sessions held at the Oxford Sports Park on Horspath Road and The Oxford Academy in Littlemore. The club has a wide membership from all walks of life who enjoy getting together to play football in a friendly and supportive environment. For members that wish to, there is also the opportunity to play competitively in local and overseas tournaments as well as charity events.

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LATEST NEWS

Oxford A Team
Oxford A Team

Oxford WF Tournament

On Saturday 12th September the club hosted a tournament at the Oxford Academy and invited teams from Aylesbury, Wycombe, Portsmouth and Cherwell Strollers.

The tournament was split into 2 groups and included two ladies teams. Each group had its own final and 3rd place play off match. Referees from the TVWFL officiated and it was a successful day in the restarting of competitive walking football.

The Oxford A team won the T1 section beating Cherwell A in the final, having previously won the group. The Oxford B team finished in 4th place. 

In T2, the Oxford C team won their group with 7 points but lost in the final to Wycombe. The ladies finished 3rd beating Portsmouth ladies 1-0 in the play off.

Steve Weitzel
Steve Weitzel

New B Team Manager

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Weitzel as the clubs new B team manager. Steve has been with the club for a while and has played for both the B and C teams in the TVWFL, being part of the C teams 2019 Spring League winning team.

We wish Steve the best of luck in his new role.

Sam Mitchell
Sam Mitchell

New A Team Manager

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Sam Mitchell as the clubs new A team manager.

Sam has a wealth of experience having played local football in the Oxon Senior League and Morrells Sunday League until he was 40 years old, he then managed Rover Cowley for several years before becoming joint manager, with Chris Fontaine, of Abingdon Town.

He then coached the Oxford City Nomads team and it was during this time he gained his FA level 2 coaching badge.

He has also managed the ladies team at Horton cum Studley, where he has also been running our recent training sessions.

Sam is looking forward to building on his past successes in his new role and says “ I think this will be a fantastic challenge which I look forward to, I would like to thank the committee for offering me the A team managers job and can promise I will do my very best to bring success”.

We wish Sam the very best of luck in his new role.