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Cote Rd, Aston, Bampton OX18 2DU, UK

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WELCOME TO ASTON YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB

At Aston Youth Football Club, developing children's skills is at the forefront of what we’re working towards. Our coaching activities are designed to be fun and help children reach their goals and fulfil their potential. Learn more about our philosophy and join us.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Football is for Everyone

Aston Youth provides a safe, fun and relaxed environment for playing and coaching. We are aligned with the Football Association's vision for youth football and our volunteer coaches have been through the required FA safeguarding children, first aid and Level 1 coaching awards.

We are a FA Charter Standard Club reflecting our commitment to the highest possible standards. We welcome anyone and all of our teams are mixed boys and girls and we have a dedicated girls U11 (year 5&6) group in order to provide an opportunity for girls to get involved.

We provide a well equipped environment for training and matches. We are always happy to welcome new faces - girls and boys - to the playing field and village hall on Cote Road. 

OUR STORY

Grassroots and community based.

Aston Youth was founded in 2014 by Nick Angus. Nick started with a small number of youngsters and a big vision. Over the subsequent years Nick has grown a youth football club from the ground up. We now have 4 age group teams playing in the Witney and District Youth Football League and a burgeoning Mini Dribbler's section of U6's and U5's. and an emerging Girls U11 (year 5&6) group.

Clearly one person cannot do this alone and Nick has enthused parents, community groups and others to take up a variety of roles on behalf of the teams.  Everyone is a volunteer working together to provide a safe, fun learning environment for children to develop their football, physical and social skills.

We are proud of our progress in building a community youth football club. Come and join us.

“For a small child there is no division between playing and learning; between the things he or she does ‘just for fun’ and things that are ‘educational.’ The child learns while living and any part of living that is enjoyable is also play.”

Penelope Leach