Whiteley Football Club was founded 15 years
ago, and was formed by residents local to the Whiteley area -
at that time a "new town" development just north of
junction 9 of the M27 motorway.
Starting in the City of Portsmouth Division 4, Whiteley FC soon
gained promotion to Division 3 and again, to Division 2 all in
From the 2005/06 season, the club played
a reserve team in the City
of Portsmouth Sunday Football League and a first team.
From the 2008/09 season, the second team moved to the Gosport
and Fareham Sunday Football League to join the first team, which
had moved the season before.
The club continues to prosper, having achieved FA Charter Standard
status in 2008 - one of only a handful of adult clubs in Hampshire
to manage this. The club also has the benefit of FA qualified
coaches and has a stable and dedicated 10-strong committee who
aim to provide a financially sound basis on which the club can
The club is a very social and friendly place to play football
and regular social events are arranged. The end of season "tour"
has seen Whiteley FC venture as far as Amsterdam, The Algarve,
Budapest (shown right) and more recently, three times to Mallorca,
where one of the teams reached the tournament semi-final.
Home games are played at the Meadowside Centre, Whiteley. If you
would like directions to our home venue at Meadowside Whiteley,
The club holds regular training sessions each week - currently
Sundays at 10am and Thursdays at 7:00pm. Please contact us for
details of where these sessions take place. Winter training is
held at Crofton School, Stubbington. The sessions are from 9pm
to 10pm on a Thursday evening and commence in September.
The legal notices relating to the club as well as club documents
can be found by clicking here.