Isleworthians Youth Football Club

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About Us

We are Isleworthians Football Club...

Isleworthians Football Club is a Chartered Standard community football club based in Isleworth, Middlesex (TW7) which aims to provide a safe environment for players of all abilities, in which they can learn, develop and enjoy playing football as part of a team, in a way that each child is valued, listened to and supported.

There is no friendlier nor busier place within a local community than a grassroots football club. Whether it’s weekly training sessions, match days or special ‘Club Days’ – events where we all come together, our football club is firstly a place for THE PLAYERS, where they can come together with their friends and family and the wider community.

We adhere to the FA’s Respect Code and initiative, and require all who play under our banner to follow this philosophy; parents/carers/guardians, players, coaching staff, spectators and officials alike.


We encourage and teach fair play throughout all age groups and the players learn how to play as a team, valuing each other and learning from their coaches. 

All our coaching staff are qualified to at least FA Level 1 are DBS checked and have a current first aid training qualification – as a minimum

We are an inclusive youth football club and have a zero tolerance policy towards any form of racism (gender, culture, language, racial origin, religious beliefs or sexual orientation) or bullying.

Coaching staff are required to be positive, friendly and supportive to all players, and have an open door policy for parents/carers/guardians to discuss any concerns they have with them throughout the season. Any issues which cannot be resolved at this level are then elevated to the next level where the Club Committee Senior Members become involved. 

Parents/carers/guardians are recognised and valued within our club and are encouraged to play a key role in supporting the players and teams, and bringing our club ethos to life.

About the club


We began under the umbrella of Old Isleworthian’s Football Club, becoming Old Isleworthian’s Youth Football Club, and have since become Isleworthians Football Club in our own right in 2021. The new badge includes Percy the lion, the magnificent big cat that sits on the roof of Syon House in Isleworth. Lions are symbols of courage and power which is also reflected in the Latin wording Fortitudo contra – ‘Courage Against Opposition’.

We work closely with the team at We Make Footballers (Isleworth) who identify players from their weekly football training sessions who are ready to play as part of a team at U7’s, and they then become part of our football community and family.

We run mixed teams from U7’s to U18’s and currently are proud to have an all-girls team at U12’s. In total there are 19 teams throughout these age groups.

The majority of our coaching staff is made up of parents who volunteer to run their child’s football team and for whom we then arrange FA Level 1 training, First Aid Training and complete background checks. However, we also have some very dedicated coaches who started their life as a grassroots footballer with one of our teams and now give time back to the club. Whichever pathway leads our coaching staff and support staff to us – we are eternally grateful.

We play in the Surrey Youth League and play our matches on a Sunday morning / early afternoon.

Our Club Committee Senior Leadership team

Club Chairman – Chris Webster 

Club Vice-Chair – Duncan East

Club Secretary – Jamie Brunton 

Treasurer – Scott Wills

Welfare Officer -Simon Clancy

Facilities Officer – Declan McKeever

Marketing Development Officer – Nik Screen

Marketing & Comms Officer – Kieron Summerhayes

Club Liason Officer – Lucy Peacock

Football Development Officer – Vacancy – TBA Spring 2023

Community Officer – Vacancy – TBA Spring 2023

Events Coordinator – Vacancy

Grass Roots Coordinator – Vacancy – TBA Spring 2023

If you are interested in one of the roles above and becoming part of the club, send us a message via the link below.

Club Ethos

Our club ethos is a written declaration that sets out how Isleworthians Football Club wants is run as a club. 

  1. To provide football for children in the local community in a safe and friendly environment.
  2. To promote player development through age-appropriate coaching according to the FA’s long-term development plan.
  3. To promote team values through the Club Codes of Conduct set out what is expected in general terms of players and their parents
  4. To offer a challenging but supportive environment where children who play ‘developmental football’ can learn from their mistakes without undue pressure and anxiety
  5. To encourage all players to try their best and make the most of their abilities

Coaches qualifications

As a minimum, all managers at our club have undergone the following training courses;

  • The FA Level 1 Award in Coaching Football
  • FA Emergency Aid
  • FA Safeguarding Children Workshop
  • FA Youth Award Module 1 (up to Under 11 only)
  • All our coaches have Enhanced FA DBS checks

The FA requires everyone who works or volunteers in children’s football and regularly cares for, trains, supervises or is in sole charge of children to apply for a FA DBS Enhanced Disclosure which is carried out by our Child Welfare Officer.

Teams & Coaches:

U8’s Reds
Manager – Neil Yaday
Assistant / Facilitator – Halina Pajak
U8’s Blues
Manager – Chris Webster
Assistant / Facilitator – Stacie Hall
U9’s Reds, Whites & Blues
Manager – Chris Dickson
Assistant / Facilitator – Derek Pattanakriengkrai
U10’s Whites
Manager – Mark Jones
Assistant / Facilitator – n/a
U11’s Reds
Manager – Flavius Negotia-Miruata
Assistant / Facilitator – n/a
U11’s Blues
Manager – Mac Chinyowa
Assistant / Facilitator – n/a
U11’s Whites
Manager – Taj Hans
Assistant / Facilitator – Katie Prempeh
U12’s Reds
Manager – Duncan East
Assistant / Facilitator – Declan McKeever
U12’s Blues
Manager – Vicky Kelly
Assistant/Facilitator – Nik Screen
U12’s Whites
Manager – Arsalan Ghalib
Assistant / Facilitator – Olivia Egyiawan
U13’s Reds
Manager – Scott Woodhouse
Assistant / Facilitator – n/a
U14’s Whites
Manager – Kieron Summerhayes
Assistant / Facilitator – Laura Davies

U14’s Reds

Manager – Richard Webster
Assistant / Facilitator – Nicky Baker
U16’s Reds
Manager – Scott Woodhouse
Assistant / Facilitator – Simon Clancy
U16’s Whites
Manager – Yordan Keremidchied
Assistant / Facilitator – Scott Woodhouse
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