Oxfordshire FA is the not-for-profit, governing body of football in the county.Our role is to grow participation, promote diversity and regulate the game for everyone to enjoy.
Over 10,000 players, 250 clubs, 1,000 teams and thousands more volunteers of all ages help Oxfordshire FA keep the grassroots game going.
As the home of local football at the heart of our community, we're proud to be developing the sport in Oxfordshire, providing opportunities For All, regardless of age, ability, faith, gender, sexuality or background to get involved in the game - in whatever role they choose.
Our Mission StatementTo lead change, driving the development of football in Oxfordshire and creating environments which encourage participation and enjoyment of football For All.
In doing so, we aim to govern, develop and innovate football within our county in a manner that is transparent, inclusive and supportive of our predominantly volunteer community.
Rules and Regulations
FA Rules and Regulations ensure fair play in the grassroots game, both on and off the pitch. Find information about the following areas here.
- Laws of the Game
- Safeguarding & Welfare
The aim of the EnglandDNA.com resource is to help clubs and coaches at all levels of the game learn more about the vision for future England teams and players and the ways of working being developed to ensure consistency and connection between all our age-group teams and impairment specific development and senior squads.
- Who We Are
- How We Play
- The Future England Player
- How We Coach
- How We Support