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.

U15 Girls in Udney Mud Draw

TAFC U15 Girls v. Woking Cougars 0 - 0 It wasn't only the glorious mud that cooled the blood down at Udney Park today. Teddington Athletic U15 Girls and Woking Cougars also had to contend with a whipping wind from the North that chilled the game into a cryonic 0-0 draw. Both Teddington Athletic and […]

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Wildcats gain revenge on lacklustre Giants

Giants v. Reigate Youth Wildcats 1 - 3 Saturday 19th January 2019 Last December the Giants played out a hard fought game against the Reigate Wildcats. On that occasion they won by a single goal, holding on in a tight contest and saving a late penalty. Both teams are fresh to League 4 but it […]

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Raptors Victorious in 1-0 Scrap

Teddington Raptors U10 v. Old Coulsdon Colts U10 1 - 0 19/01/2019 Bushy Park It was third time lucky for the Raptors who have drawn their previous two meetings against Old Couldson Colts. Matches against this team have always been incredibly close but today the Raptors did just enough to deserve the win. Last week […]

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Giants taste defeat in first match of the New Year

Giants v. Merstham Youth Wolves 4 - 5 Saturday 12th January 2019 After their great run through November and December and promotion to Group 4, the Giants were defeated by a single goal in their first match of the new year. They came up against a spirited and determined Merstham Youth Wolves side and lost […]

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Raptors run riot in 5-1 win

Teddington Raptors v. Leatherhead U10 5 - 1 12/01/2019 Bushy Park What a start to 2019 for the Raptors! Every single player was outstanding today. We played as a unit, we passed well and we played with confidence! The Raptors dominated possession for most of the match. Cormac Sims and Max Rankin were virtually impenetrable […]

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Thrilling Draw for Under 15 Girls

TAFC U15 Girls v. Caterham Pumas 4 - 4 In one of the most nail-biting matches of the season Teddington Athletic Under 15 Girls took on highflying Caterham Pumas and came within a big cat's whisker of securing a memorable win. Caterham had convincingly beaten Teddington twice already this season, so for the girls to […]

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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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