COVID-19 - Important News

In light of the Government's advice on 'social contact and unnecessary travel' yesterday and the news that the FA have advised that all Grassroots Football should cease from now on, we have made the decision that:

  • All TAFC training and matches are cancelled until further notice.
  • There should be no training whatsoever, or attempts to train or play friendlies under the TAFC badge.

We will continually assess and keep you updated.

Paul Stallard
Teddington Athletic Football Club

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Welcome to TAFC!

Teddington Athletic FC is a thriving and continually growing children’s football club based in Teddington, Middlesex. The club consists of 37 boys’ and girls’ teams ranging from U6 to U20 age groups. Our teams play Saturdays and Sundays in 4 leagues throughout the South East – but mainly Surrey and Middlesex.

TAFC is proud to have attained its FA Charter Standard status and we are affiliated to the Middlesex County FA. Launched in 2001, The FA Charter Standard Programme supported by McDonald’s is The FA’s accreditation scheme for grassroots clubs and leagues.

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.

Rejuvenated U15 Girls Shine in Halliford Win

TAFC U15 Girls v. Halliford Colts Girls FC 2 - 0 With the season nearing its conclusion Teddington Athletic recorded another impressive win today in the Girls U15 Division 1 league. The positive result sees TAFC maintain their 3rd place and leaves them in good heart as they head into their final 3 games. With […]

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Lucky 13 for Teddington U15 Girls

TAFC U15 Girls v. Rushmoor Community FC 13 - 0 Teddington Athletic U15 Girls were at their most ruthless today against a spirited Rushmoor Community FC. The 13-0 scoreline only tells half the story as it was a bright match that both teams played in a competitive spirit. With 10 players on each side it […]

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Giants surprise Wildcats with a spirited second half performance

Reigate Youth Wildcats v. Giants 5 - 5 Saturday 30th March 2019 For a second weekend in a row the Giants travelled south to play in Priory Park in Reigate. Last week they came away with a 4-3 victory against the Reigate Royals; today they were up against the Reigate Youth Wildcats – a third […]

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Demi’s Dames Defeat Halliford Colts

Halliford Colts FC v. Teddington Athletic U15 Girls 1 - 3 Teddington Athletic U15 Girls were back in the winning groove at Halliford today with a fighting performance that was all about teamwork and resilience. The team were down to just 11 players so everyone played their part in a welcome victory after a tough […]

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Slim Pickings in Spring Sun for U15 Girls

Woking Cougars v. TAFC U15 Girls 2 - 0 A weakened but spirited Teddington U15 Girls couldn't repeat the heroics of last week and slid to a 2-0 defeat away to Woking Cougars today. The home side were the stronger team and Teddington found it hard going without several key players. Teddington had the better […]

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Giants deliver a stunning second half comeback

St. Gertrude's v. Giants 3 - 4 Saturday 16th March 2019 Since the turn of the year the Giants have saved their best play for cup and friendly matches but after a slow start this weekend the boys finally secured their first league win of 2019 against a combative St. Gertrude’s side. It was another […]

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Phil Lee

Teddington Athletic FC was formed in 2006 and Phil Lee was the club's heart and soul. Having recognised that many keen but not necessarily talented youngsters had no organised football in the local area, Phil co-founded the club and worked tirelessly as a team manager, referee, club chairman, and in his last year, as Director of Football. Phil sadly died in August 2011 after a very long and extremely brave battle with cancer. Phil set out the ethos of the club to facilitate football for young players of all abilities so long as they showed the right attitude and committment towards developing and training, a responsibility to their team and respect for referees - values still at the core of what TAFC stands for today.
In honour of Phil's memory, TAFC now present an annual award - The Phil Lee Award - to an individual or individuals associated with the club 'in recognition of their dedication, enthusiasm and voluntary service behind the scenes.'

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Looking for a team?


We are a growing club and currently some of our age groups are looking for and trialing new players for next season – particularly those who are transitioning from 5 to 7-a-side, 7 to 9-a-side or 9 to 11-a-side. If you are interested in joining us Click here to register

Volunteers needed - Can you help?

Teddington Athletic Football Club is run by volunteers without whom the club could not function.
If you are interested in volunteering then please contact us here indicating what area you would be interested in helping. Thank you!

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