Coaching Opportunities in Oxfordshire

Coaching Opportunities

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Tower Hill - Coaches wanted for u8s, u9s, u10s


Tower Hill U8 coach required training Thursday evenings 5-6pm at Witney ATP.

Playing league games in the WDYFL Saturday mornings. Well established team.

Please contact John Phillips or Claire Auton on

No experience or qualifications necessary - we cover the cost of these!


Coach needed for Tower Hill U9 girls team currently training on Thursday evenings 5-6pm in Witney.

Will be entered into league football next season with games played on Saturday mornings in the Oxford girls league.

No experience or qualifications necessary - we cover the cost of these! 

Please get in contact with the club directly via John Phillips or Claire Auton


Tower Hill FC U10 girls team are looking for a manager to support the existing young coach. This team is well established and been playing in the Oxford girls league on Saturday mornings. They train on Monday evenings in Carterton.

Please get in contact with John Phillips via to discuss further. The club covers the cost of your qualifications.

Volunteer Required for Bure Park Inclusive/Disability

Bure Park Inclusive/Disability is going from strength to strength and as a result we are hoping to attract another volunteer coach to join us on a Saturday morning and for the BOBi League tournaments.

No previous experience of coaching football is necessary, we are looking for someone who can positively engage with children aged 5-15 and ideally has an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

EE Playmaker course (free & online) by England Football is necessary to start with and we are able to fund the Introduction to Coaching Football Course for the right person.

We train every Saturday from 9-10am at Whitelands Farm Sports Ground.

Email Adam on if you're interested.

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