Robertswood Rangers wins grant

Robertswood Rangers FC is back! And we are looking for more players to ‘join in’ the football fun!

We kicked off again on Saturday 15th September starting promptly on the school field at 9:45am.

Robertswood Rangers Football Club is fun, friendly football and is open to both girls and boys from Reception up to and including Year 6.

All year groups have FA qualified coaches and kids can learn football in a fun and non-competitive environment.


The ‘5 star’ cafe will be open offering tea, coffee, snacks and our ‘famous’ bacon rolls! It’s a great opportunity to get to know other parents at the school over a tea or coffee.


3rd Nov to 15th Dec  - 7 weeks
5th Jan 2019 to 9th Feb - 6 weeks (Maybe 16th Feb depending on rained off weeks)

2nd Mar to 30th Mar - 5 weeks

27th Apr to 18th May - 4 weeks

Fun Day - 11th May

Award Day - 18th May


Opportunities for girls in football

We believe that every young girl should have the opportunity to experience our great game. To achieve that goal, we need to develop accessible and universal participation opportunities For All. The Robertswood Rangers Girls Football team will be supported by FA Level qualified coaches and sessions will run alongside our normal term time schedule 

(every Saturday from 9.45am-11.15am at the School Fields, Denham Lane, SL9 OEW).

This programme has been developed and designed through research, as we know girls have many motivations to Play; for Fun, Friendship, Fitness and Family. We need to ensure this programme embraces difference, through its delivery and that our Football team/s welcome girls of all abilities, backgrounds and experiences. Football has a unique power to change lives and unite our communities in ways little else can. There has never been a more important time for football to play its part in bringing our communities together and supporting girls to become physically active through football.

Please do come along on Saturdays  (starting on 3rd November) as we welcome all girls from within the school and wider community to come along and give it a go.

We look forward to welcoming you all to our club.

Many thanks in advance,

Adam Gleeson

Club Chairman


Lionesses star Danielle Carter delighted by Robertswood Rangers’ funding success. England Women and Arsenal striker Danielle Carter has praised Grow the Game and Robertswood Rangers following the award of a £1,500 grant from the FA.

The grant, which will provide a boost to grassroots female football in Chalfont St. Peter (South Buckinghamshire), has paved the way for Robertswood Rangers to set up a girls’ team ranging from Reception (U5’s) through to Year 6 (U12’s).Danielle said: “I would like to congratulate Robertswood Rangers on working with the Football Foundation and Berks & Bucks FA to secure a Grow the Game grant. Playing in an all-female team from a young age was key to my development, so I am delighted that there will be more opportunities for women and girls in the local area and wish Robertswood Rangers girls’ good luck during their debut season!”

Grow the Game is a programme funded by The FA and delivered by the Football Foundation. It awards grants to grassroots football clubs wishing to create new teams, especially amongst under-represented groups. This year, £1,500 was made available for clubs looking to create new female and disability football teams to help towards the costs of FA coaching courses; FA league affiliation costs; referees’ fees; first aid kits; football kit and equipment.

Adam Gleeson (Club Chairman), said:As a club we are absolutely delighted to have been awarded a #GrowtheGame grant from @FA & @FootballFoundtn! This money will help us to get more women and girls playing football in an inclusive and fun environment. We can’t wait to now get started – brilliant”.
For more information contact:Keith Sleight01494 Rangers Club Secretary

Notes to editorsAbout Grow the GameGrow the Game is delivered by the Football Foundation, the nation’s largest sports charity. Last year the scheme supported:

  • 2,047 new teams
  • 10,016 female footballers
  • 18,941 male footballers
  • 7,407 new coaching      qualifications

Since it was launched in 2010, the Grow the Game scheme has attracted a total of 210,192 new football players into playing regular football.

The FA The Football Association [The FA] is the not-for-profit governing body of football in England. It is responsible for promoting and developing the game at all levels; from grassroots through to the professional game, The Emirates FA Cup and the England International teams, and has two core assets: Wembley Stadium connected by EE and St George’s Park.

About the Football FoundationAs well as delivering Grow the Game, the Football Foundation delivers the Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund on behalf of the Premier League, The FA and the Government, through Sport England. Since 2000, the Foundation has supported over 17,000 grassroots projects worth more than £1.4bn. 

Opportunities for girls at Robertswood Rangers