Coaching Opportunities in Oxfordshire

Coaching Opportunities

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 Looking for a club or team to coach?

Below is a list of current opportunities within Oxfordshire.

If you can't see what you're looking for, get in touch with us to discuss your ideal role and we'll try and help you find it.


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Chalgrove Cavaliers FC – volunteers needed!

We are a friendly accredited club that needs volunteers for coaching with our U13 and U8 teams.

We can organise DBS and coaching qualifications

The teams play in the Oxfordshire League at Chalgrove Recreation Ground

Training is on Saturday mornings from 10.30am

Contact: Paul Connolly (Chair) on 

- added 1 March 2024

Oxford University Football Club

Oxford University Football Club are currently looking for a passionate and dedicated new head coach for our Men’s First Team. The Men’s Blues currently play in the BUCS

Midlands Division 2A League and compete in the prestigious annual varsity match against Cambridge.  

Requirements and Responsibilities:
- The coach will be required to run training sessions and coach the team on matchdays. 
- The team trains three times a week for a total of 5 hours. Current training times are Monday 5-6:30pm, Friday 8-10pm and Sunday 8-9:30am. 
- Matches are played on Wednesdays, with kick-offs usually at 2pm. There is some travel involved to universities such as Derby, Warwick, and Birmingham for away matches. 
- Matches and training sessions take place at Oxford City FC, Oxford Academy and Iffley Sports Centre, all located within central Oxford. 
- The university football season runs from October to early December, and then from early January to mid-March. 
- The season consists of 10 league games, BUCS Midlands cup, as well as Varsity matches against Oxford Brookes and Cambridge

To apply please send a CV to with details of coaching experience and qualifications. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will close as soon as we have found a suitable candidate. 

- added 9th October 2023

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