Youth Module 1 Course – CANCELLED due to low numbers (sorry !!)


Winwick Athletic FC in conjunction with Lancashire FA are delighted to be able to offer a tailored Youth Module 1 package for current FA Level 1 Coaches to participate in. Usual cost per person applies of £150 but the format is over 5 evenings, all 5.30pm to 9.30pm at Winwick Leisure Centre, Warrington on the following evenings;

Mon 27 June         

Mon 4 July             

Wed 6 July            

Mon 11 July         

Wed 13 July         

ALL Winwick Athletic Coaches may make their course bookings by contacting Ricky Sergent on 07710 697 603 or

Others will shortly be able to book directly on the Lancashire County FA Course Booking page.

2015/16 Season Nears its End – WELL DONE ALL PLAYERS

Well done to ALL Club Players, Parents, Supporters, Friends, Coaches, Volunteers, Venue Owners, Partners, Lancashire FA, The FA, Warrington Junior Football League, Warrington & District Football League, Team Sponsors, Nike, Vesey, Winwick Parish Council, UA Warrington, Culcheth High School, University of Chester, Warrington Borough Council, Newton Rotary Club and everyone else connected with Winwick Athletic FC for achieving the most important thing of all ……. LETTING YOUR CHILDREN ENJOY THEIR FOOTBALL THIS YEAR !!

Your time, effort and patience, is invaluable to their well being, their self-esteem, their development as people, as well as their enjoyment of sport and improvement with their football …… its clearly not just a game, but in simple terms by making it be exactly that … “just a game” .. you reward the children in so many ways, too many for you to even measure.

Success measured by way of older teams winning divisions and titles has provided a good share for our teams too, particularly our U12s and U17s teams, but the message from the Club is that every single one of you are winners in our eyes.

To our 40 FA Licensed Coaches too, an amazing achievement to have so  many of you all on board with this public statement of commitment to developing yourselves as coaches.

Keep up all of the good work as we approach 2016/17 from 1st July …..

Yours very Proudly in Sport

Paul McMahon (Club Secretary)

Charity Race Night – Fri 3rd June 2016 – 7.30pm

Race Night Flyer v2.0

Friday 3rd June 2016 we are holding a Charity Race Night at Winwick Leisure Centre to raise funds for Charities identified in memory of Patric Wilson.

This is a very worthwhile event to support plus we can have an enjoyable evening in the process. Food is provided within the entry ticket price of £5 for adults (accompanied kids go free).

For tickets and further details contact Kath Cookson on 07450 080 460

U16 Wolves in Final of Presidents Cup this Sunday 8th May at 9.30am down at Warrington Town, Cantilever Park Stadium

The Club is delighted to see our U16 Wolves Team have, once again, reached a League Final, in the prestigious Presidents Cup, against Winstanley Warriors.

U16 Wolves Cup Finalists 2016

As many supporters as possible are encouraged to go down and cheer Danny, Mike and the lads on. Its a bright and breezy start at 9.30am down at Cantilever Park, Warrington Town’s Home Ground.

The very best of luck from the Club and hoping for a great game of football all round.

Lancashire FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2016

Fantastic news has just been announced for Winwick Athletic FC. We are pretty excited to have become Lancashire County FAs Charter Standard Community Club of the Year for 2016 under the FAs Community Awards programme. This is a huge honour to have been recognized at the highest possible level of Charter Standard attainment, as a Community Club, and we take this award on with great collective pride and commitment as we look to providing a sustainable future for all of the children in our Club. We have a history of being well organized and have won honours before as a Development Club between 2007 and 2011, but to do this at Community Club level now too is really amazing.CS Community Club Award 2016

At just under 400 players, from academy youngsters simply practicing having fun with a ball, through to competitive contests at open-age, with girls taking part too in all ages, with an open-door policy towards player recruitment and also by encouraging all adults to coach or to become referees for our common footballing future, we hope that in our 40th Anniversary Year here this year we can look forwards to another 40 years ahead !!

To be further announced by the FA at this same time as one of only 66 Clubs nationally to receive an FA 1966 Award too, in the 50th Anniversary Year of England’s World Cup victory of 1966, we are even more delighted to have been recognized for all of the hard work of so many in our Club. Not just the coaches and club committee, but also every single player, parent, supporter and friend of our club. Thanks to all who continue to support our Club, we will never let you down. To all players, continue to have FUN at all times, that allows all of us adults to have some fun too you know !!! You all make us smile more than you will ever know.