Euxton Villa Girls Designed And Maintained by John Clark 2021 © Copyright
Welcome to Euxton Villa FC, we play football at Jim Fowler Memorial Ground, Runshaw Hall Lane, Euxton, PR7 6HQ. The club was originally known as Euxton, playing in the West Lancashire League in 1907. The team led a nomadic existence playing in various locations in the village before finally buying three farmers fields in 1985. Since then the club merged with junior teams from the village and developed the current site. In 2002 we became an FA Community Club and proud to be one of the first 100 clubs in the country to attain this status.
Our new club-house was officially opened in 2009 by Chorley MP, Lindsay Hoyle. This building came about as a result of years of fund raising and a grant from the Football Foundation.
In 2012 we were voted Chorley’s Community Club of the Year.
In 2013 we were Lancashire’s FA Charter Standard Development Club of the Year and voted winners of the North West Region FA Charter Standard Development Club of the Year. A fantastic achievement of which we are very proud.
To receive these awards are testament to the hard work and professional commitment of all volunteers at the club.
It was also in 2013 that we entered, for the first time in the clubs history, two girls teams into the West Lancashire Girls Football League this now stands at five teams.
We currently have 45 teams at Euxton Villa Fc .
We also have strong links with Chorley Women Fc . This means we are in the unique position of being able to offer a boy and girl pathway, from the age of 4 through to adult football, where both Ladies and Men’s teams play in the FA pyramid.
All coaches are FA qualified and cleared to coach children.
Our teams play in the West Lancashire Football League, FA Womens Premier League (Chorley Women Fc), Lancashire Evening Post Youth Division, Central Lancashire Football League, Mid Lancashire Colts Junior Football League, West Lancashire Girls League,South Manchester Girls League , ELFA,PDPL and North Valley Girls , Veterans Summer League.
Graham Keyte ( Chairman )
Contact John Clark : 07801762132
"A Positive Aim"
The simple aim of the Euxton Villa Fc is the “Long Term Development” of your child. To carry out this aim the Club is committed to providing a safe and friendly environment for young people to develop their techniques and skills in order to enjoy and play football.
Increased Dexterity Skillsets
Improve foot-eye coordination and footwork through these drills.
Better Ball Handling
Every coaching session includes ball handling fundamentals.
Improved Flexibility & Range of Motion
Stretching is a critical part of any athletic routine. We know that.
Correct Footwork Application
We'll help your player apply proper footwork to his/her complete game.
Improved Decision Making Abilities
Brain teasers and strategy are a part of any game, including football.
"A Positive Environment"
To aid in creating this positive environment, every member of the club whether a player, coach, parent or supporter will be expected to adhere to our code of conduct at all times either when they attend or participate at coaching sessions or when they represent the club in matches.
"A Positive Effect"
Euxton Villa as a club intends to have a positive effect on the children’s well being and happiness by giving them a sense of belonging, discipline, respect (for themselves and others), team spirit, and loyalty. Children flourish and develop best in a positive environment, they need to learn to try things for themselves without any fear of making mistakes.
Its goal is to raise standards in grassroots football, support the development of clubs and leagues, recognising and rewarding them for their commitment and achievements.
With this in mind, The FA Charter Standard accreditation is awarded to clubs and leagues rigorously adjudged to be well-run and sustainable – and which prioritise child protection, quality coaching and implementation of the Respect programme.
There are three levels of FA Charter Standard Awards for clubs:
FA Charter Standard Club for youth and adult clubs: the entry-level accreditation
FA Charter Standard Development Club: for clubs clearly enhancing the quality and scope of their football offering.
FA Charter Standard Community Club: acknowledging the most advanced level of club development and football provision.