Football is not only the world’s most popular sport it’s also a great way to keep fit and make friends.
We have a number of veterans’ leagues offering the opportunity to play 11v11 football. The new Veterans leagues aim to target those who no longer play football and also those who still occasionally get together for a friendly kick-about.
In addition the Kent FA offers a competitive Kent FA County Cup for established teams to pit themselves against other sides from across the County.
How do I find a Veterans team?
Please visit our ‘Find a Club’ page. You can then select the age group and enter your postcode. This should give you clubs in your area that offer Vets football.
Also you can advertise for a club/team using our new online service by clicking here.
Vets Leagues and competitions
- Canterbury & District Football League (Geoffreywilliamclark.email@example.com)
- Thanet & District Football League (firstname.lastname@example.org )
- Kent FA County Cup (Dwayne.Ellis@kentfa.com)
The Orpington & Bromley District Sunday Football League are exploring the introduction of a Vets Division for the 2017/18 season please contact League Secretary, Philip Cheverton (email@example.com) for further details.
Who can help?
Lee Suter – Football Development Officer (Clubs and Leagues)
01622 792 140
Lee oversees all football participation in the adult male and female grassroots 11v11 game. He also delivers and supports the FA Charter Standard Club and League programmes and strategically identifies and supports new adult FA Charter Standard Clubs and Leagues. This also includes a comprehensive in service and funding programme for coaches.