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County FA Offices Closed As Staff Work From Home

Oxfordshire FA staff to work remotely in line with Government advice surrounding the outbreak of coronavirus.

With the current health crisis and no football at grassroots or professional levels, we are following government/PHE advice to work from home whenever possible and, therefore, the Oxfordshire FA office is closed until further notice.

We will be looking in the premises every day to see if there is any post but otherwise there will be no-one there to accept visitors.

For ease of contact then please use email addresses to contact us as we will be working and monitoring emails. Our generic email address boxes are monitored by more than one person and some of the staff have access to all boxes.

The Cups address is live, but given there are no games we have not listed it above.


If your email concerns a very urgent Safeguarding Children / Adults at Risk matter then please contact The FA / NSPCC 24 hour helpline on 08088 005000. If someone is in immediate physical danger then please call the police on 999.


All outstanding fines should be paid as the computer system will continue to add late payment fines where appropriate. If any player has a match-based suspension then as and when games do get played then please keep the record updated.


All courses are postponed nationally. Those who have booked on and paid, we are in touch with. Those who have expressed an interest in a course but not paid, then we will be in touch when things are back to normal

Cup Finals

Having pre-empted The FA advice on stopping all football, we suspended our finals for everyone’s safety. At this moment in time they remain suspended and not cancelled as we do hope to stage the games, but of course we are currently controlled by the unknown future.


As we are not medical experts we are unable to answer any queries relating so it is important that you follow Public Health England guidance which is available online by clicking HERE