Find Your Role As A Coach
Florence Park U12 - Assistant Coach Wanted
Florence Park U12 (A League) are looking for an assistant coach (female or male, experience not necessary - subject to DBS) for the new 2019/20 season.
Please contact Naison Mutemeri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07983 656804.
Training is on Wednesdays 5.30pm-7pm at The Oxford Academy 3G.
Kidlington Youth U9 Girls - Coaches Needed
Brand new team for this season currently have nine players ready to play. Looking for a coach or coaches to run a great bunch of girls who are willing to learn and have fun playing football.
As a club we will help you develop and support you as coach.
For more information please contact: email@example.com
Bampton Town - Coaches Wanted
Bampton Town FC, a Charter Standard club based in West Oxfordshire are, due to high demand, looking for new coaches to manage new teams from under 6s to under 8s for the 2019/2020 season, plus additional help assistant coach for under 9s.
Preferred FA Level 1 qualified, but if no experience then we will certainly pay and get you trained up and qualified. Suitable for anyone looking to get into youth football with plenty of on-going help and support from the club.
Most of our teams currently play in either the Witney & District Youth Football League or the Oxford Mail Youth Football League. We play our home games at Bampton Recreation Ground for the younger teams on a Saturday morning.
If you are interested and need more information contact our club Chairman Graham Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org or Des Walsh (Under 9s coach) email@example.com
Oxford Brookes - Men's First Team Coach
Oxford Brookes men's football first team are looking to recruit a coach for the 19-20 academic year starting in September.
Training requirements is 2-3 sessions per week and matches on Wednesdays.
If you are interested, please contact John Harman via 07436 536653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summertown – Coaches Needed!
We are looking for an assistant coach for our Summertown Panthers U11 that will be playing in the Oxford Mail Youth B league. We will be training at Five Mile Drive (FMD) Summertown from 1800 – 1900 on Wednesdays, moving to Oxford Rugby Club Hinksey when the clocks change, training from 1800 – 1930 Wednesdays. Our Home games will be played at FMD 1030 KO. Any help would be appreciated even if it’s for training and or the game or vice versa.
The Summertown Stars club is very supportive of their coaches with course fees paid and additional training laid on eg Goalkeeper training.
If you are interested please contact Phil Houseman on the details below:
Mobile: 07305 913359
Launton Ladies - Coaches Wanted
Launton Ladies are inviting applications for the positions of
- Assistant 1st team manager
- 1st team physio
- Assistant coaches
Ahead of the 2019-2020 season.
Positions would suit a former player looking to gain managerial and coaching experience.
Please contact Paul on 07976651635 for further information.
Tower Hill FC - COACHES NEEDED for Disability Teams
Tower Hill Football Club is run entirely by volunteers and the enthusiasm and dedication of our volunteers have led to the Club, not only achieving the FA Chartered Community Club Standard, the top standard a grassroots club can achieve, but in 2017 the Oxfordshire FA Chartered Community Club of the Year award.
Tower Hill FC in Witney are looking for volunteers to coach a new youth disability team. In order to start this next season, they desperately need more helpers. No experience is required as all necessary training and qualifications will be provided.
If you’re interested and want to find out more, please contact Tracy Matias on email@example.com
Ardley United FC
Ardley United are looking for coaches and managers for their new youth U7s football team for the 2019/20 season. The club plan to enter the teams in the Oxford Mail Youth Football League to provide a development pathway for young players.
If you interested and want to manage and but do not have any coaching qualifications, then the club will financially support new managers and coaches with the FA Level 1 coaching qualification. This is dependent on the applicant undergoing a successful club DBS check
We are currently providing training sessions for new, future star, players every Saturday morning (9am to 10am) at Ardley Playing Field, Oxford Road, Ardley, OX27 7PA.
If you are interested in a coaching opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ardley United FC is committed to provide opportunities for all, irrespective of race, age or gender.
Carterton FC - Coaches needed for new youth teams - season 2019/20
Carterton FC are looking for coaches and managers for their new youth football teams at age groups (U7s,U8s & U9s) for the season 2019/20. The club plan to enter the teams in the Oxford Mail Youth Football League to provide a development pathway for young players.
If you have a passion for youth football and want to manage and / or coach a team please get in contact now. If you do not have any coaching qualifications the club will financially support new Managers and Coaches with the FA Level 1 Coaching qualification.
We are currently providing training sessions for new players every Saturday morning (11am) at our Kilkenny Lane training pitch.
If you are interested in a coaching opportunity, please contact Andrew on 07887 499030 or email email@example.com
Carterton FC is committed to provide opportunities for all, irrespective of race, age or gender.
Europa Titans - Coaches Wanted
Europa Titans play in the Oxford Mail Youth League and with the recent growth of the Club, we now have two coaching opportunities for next season(2019-20). Our Club is looking for two minimum Level 1 Qualified coaches to work with either next season’s U12s and U8s (one coach per team).
Both teams train on Friday evenings on the 3G Astro Oxford Brookes Botley Campus.
Home matches for both teams areplayed at Europa School Culham – U8 on Saturdays and U12 on Sundays as scheduled by the league.
If you are interested in either coaching opportunity, please contact Andre Moriarty via firstname.lastname@example.org – providing details of experience to date and FAN number.
Oxford United Academy Coaches
Oxford United Boys Academy are looking to add to their existing team of part-time staff coaches for the start of the 2019/2020 season.
We have part-time roles available across both the 9-11 Foundation and 12-16 Youth Development phases and can offer successful candidates the opportunity to work in a forward-thinking and ambitious club with the aim of “investing into the lives of young footballers.”
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Launton Ladies – Manager required
We play in the Thames Valley County’s Women’s League and looking for a manager for 2019-20 season.
We train on Wednesday evenings, currently from 8-9pm on the AstroTurf at Kidlington sports centre, but when the clocks change we train at Launton playing fields from 6.30-dusk.
If you are interested please contact Jo Cox via email@example.com
Oxford United Women Regional Talent Club: Youth Development Phase Head Coach
Our Tier 2 RTC is seeking a highly motivated coaches to work and assist with our Regional Talent Centre. Working from our base, at the Oxford Academy School, you will play a key role in the delivery of the foundation development. We are seeking Head Coaches to join the team with an immediate start.
Hours of work required -Monday/Thursday evenings and Sat/Sun Mornings.
Please click here for a full job description.
If interested, please contact:
Lauren Haynes - Regional Talent Centre Manager
Lead Coach (Monday Nights)
North Oxfordshire Regional Talent Centre
North Oxfordshire RTC is a coaching centre based in Bicester aimed at providing additional coaching and playing pathways for players and coaches in Oxfordshire. We have an established partnership with Oxford United Football Club whereby players and coaches benefit from regular interaction.
We are currently looking to recruit three lead coaches for North Oxfordshire RTC. We have two positions within our Pre-RTC Phase (5-9) and one position with our foundation phase (10-12). £15 - £35 per session dependent on experience
For more information visit http://www.uksport.gov.uk/jobs-in-sport/Lead-Coach-(Monday-Nights)-UKSP-31037
28 February 2019
New Coaching Opportunities at Oxford City FC for the 2019/2020 Season
Oxford City FC is striving to be a destination hub where committed people strive to reach their potential through the strength of the Oxford City FC culture. The club are looking for passionate, proactive voluntary coaches to lead and assist for new teams across the boys, girls’ and disability departments.
What are the teams?
We have exciting opportunities for Head and Assistant Coaches to work with and support the creation of the following teams:
• U7s - Mixed
• U8s - Boys
• U9s – Boys
• U10s – Girls
• Adult Female Disability Team
For information please click here
Role Details: Join the Oxford United Boys Academy Staff
OUFC are looking to appoint a number of new part-time coaches for our Boys Academy Programme. This is an exciting time for the Academy with a number of changes that will see us moving forward as we look to provide a development platform for the best young players in Oxfordshire.
If you are an ambitious and hard-working Level 2 or above coach with a passion for "investing into the lives of young footballers" then get in touch with us to discuss the role or visit www.oufc.co.uk/club/information/ for the full job description and details.
Contact Details: Dan Harris via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Coach Required – Friday Night Lights Session in Banbury
Cherwell District Council are looking to recruit a coach to cover a new ‘Friday Night Lights’ session starting before the end of March.
The sessions will be running at North Oxfordshire Academy in Banbury, targeting 14-19 year olds in the area. It is designed to be a turn up and play informal football session, running from 7pm-9pm.
If you are interested, please contact Naomi Wootton via email@example.com
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