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Club Vacancies (2 pages)

WAFC always welcome help at the club and match days are no exception. From helping make sure cars are parking ok to stewards inside the ground, and helping spectators find their way around with minimum fuss. Come over you will be surprised how friendly

Brief Club History (1 page)

Waltham Abbey Youth Club, based in Waltham Abbey, Essex, first played football at “Capershotts” during the Second World War and in later years the club became known as firstly Waltham Abbey, then Abbey Sports. Both clubs gained numerous honours in the

Match Day Admission (1 page)

Waltham Abbey FC First Team Ryman League Division One North Adults £8 Senior Citizens and Concessions £4 Juniors Under 16 £1 Waltham Abbey FC Reserves Adults £3 Senior Citizens and Concessions £TBA Juniors Under 16 £TBA Wal

Code of Conduct / Respect (9 pages)

Waltham Abbey Football Club is an unincorporated association run by a committee. Chairman John Martin Secretary David Hodges For all membership enquiries contact Waltham Abbey Football Club Capershotts Sewardstone Road W

Club Bookings (2 pages)

Capershotts clubhouse is available for all types of functions however we do not take 18 years old birthday parties without prior consultation with parents. For all enquiries please use the contact form on this site and choose Vicky Willis to send your

Club Programmes (1 page)

2017/18 Match Programmes are currently £2 each available on match days. We do however have a large number of old programmes in stock. If you require a past edition please contact us on You can also order programmes in

Life Members (1 page)

L Johnson R Ballard G Sontag B Page S.M Hodges Deceased R.H Kane P.R. Hodges D Marrion J Collins C Winter S Waite B Peck J.E May Deceased W Broomfield Deceased D.Cordell Deceased

Life Vice Presidents (1 page)

D Esau Deceased D Brittain J King Deceased (Pictured) John was Club Chairman in the early 80´s and the back bar is named after John when completed in 1985, hence the "Kings Bar" R.G. Harman

History (8 pages)

The Abbey Abbott Blog and History site


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