11v11 Adult Football
The 11v11 adult game is played by thousands of players every weekend throughout Kent.
With over 692 registered 11v11 adult teams, including veteran teams. There’s always an opportunity to play football near you!
Depending on the location and level of football you would like to get involved in, you can search clubs using the Find Football Near You tool below.
Alternatively, get in touch to see how we can help you find the club for you.
How to get Involved
We have created a guide to help those looking to set-up a new adult football team. The guide includes helpful information from setting up the team to increasing awareness; so should you be setting up a team in a brand new club or if you are an established club introducing a new adult team we hope you find the guide of use.
We have created a guide to help those looking to set-up a new adult football team. The guide includes helpful information from administration to finance. Whether you are setting up a team within an established club or if you are starting a brand new team, we hope you find this guide useful: Click here to download
A list of Kent FA registered leagues can be found by clicking here.
Looking for new players or in need of a volunteer?
Our Perfect Match tool allows you to place an advert to help find players, volunteers, clubs or leagues. All adverts are moderated and only approved adverts will be shown.
You can submit an advert by clicking here.
Be it work, family commitments or other sports, the reasons for not volunteering and playing our beautiful are greater than ever.
A lack of players, volunteers and improper management of finances can really affect teams and see them fold.
If you are facing challenges and your team faces the prospect of folding please get in touch.
Please get in touch with the football development officer that works in the area of football related to you.
In addition, we have produced two infographics to share ideas and processes to help 11v11 teams avoid folding.
Hold up before you fold up - Lack of players and help