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Competitive Walking Football

Find out how you can play in a League

Rediscover your competitive side!

 

Get involved in Gloucestershire's 2 division league. There are over 15 teams taking part this season (2020/21) and it is continuing to grow since its inception in 2015.


Every 6 weeks during the regular season, all teams in their respective divisions will meet at a 3G venue and play up to 4 x 20-minute matches. Matches are 6-a-side, with squads of up to 10 allowed at each event. All fixtures are officiated by Gloucestershrie FA registered match officials.

The league is split into two divisions; over 50s and over 60s. This is to provide age appropriate competition and we are also exploring a third division for those over 65 years old...
 
Please see both league tables below, and get in touch with us via the contacts box on this page if you want to join a team or enter your own!

To find out more information about competitive walking football contact:

Support@GloucestershireFA.com

Take a look at our Walking football league tables 

Take a look at the Over 50s League tables - Updated July 21

Over 50 

League 1

 Team P W D L GD PTS
Weston-Super-Mare AFC 3 3     7 9
Wiltshire Walking Football
3 2   1 2 6
Alltudion Walking Football
3 1   2 -3 3
Highworth Town AFC 3   3 -6 0

League 2

Team P W D L GD PTS
Quedgeley Wanderers
4 3 1 1 9
Caldicot WFC A 4 2 2   5 8
Chepstow Walking Football 4 2 1 1 3 7
Abbeymead Rovers FC
4 1 1 2 -2 4
Cam & Dursley  4     4 -7 0

Take a look at the Over 60s League tables - Updated July 21

Over 60 

League 1

Team P W D L GD PTS
Weston-Super-Mare AFC 3 3   5 9
Abbeymead Rovers FC 3 2 1 3 6
Clevedon Town 3 1 2 0 3
Cam & Dursley 3   3 -8 0

League 2

Team P W D L GD PTS
Highworth Town AFC
4 2 2   4 8
Wilts Walking Football
4 1 2 0 5
Circenster Pheonix 4 1 2 1 -1 5
Hereford Town 4 1 2 1 -1 5
Circenster Town 4 2 2 -2 2

take a look at the images from this year's walking football league. We have images from both over 60s and over 50s, division 1 and 2

 

Walking Football League

Unsure about taking the step back into competitive sport? See what two local players love about it, below👇

 I went along to a session after my friend told me about walking football. Since then the addiction stuck. It's great to be competing over the age of 60; which is certainly something I never would have imagined many years ago.
Walking Football Supports the Out and About project. Find out more about this project below  Out and about - bristol ageing better