DONATING TO THE CLUB
CLUB HOUSE REPAIRS
Virginia Water FC has been in the community for over 100 years, formed during the 1919 - 1920 season.
For much of our History, we have been run by donations and the support of sponsors. Still, as the club incorporates more young children from the local community into our youth set-up (2022-2023 created the most youth teams in the club's history), we need support to flourish even further and create a safe and enjoyable experience for both players and parents/guardians.
Everyone who works for the club does so voluntarily, from Chairman to the youth coaches; every pound that comes into the club goes to the day-to-day general maintenance.
Throughout our history, the Club House has formed a community social space. Built in 1969, the clubhouse at the Timbers was opened by Sir Stanley Rous CBE, the then President of FIFA. The Timbers, on Crown Road, was named after the late Harry Timbers, one of the founder members of the club.
Over the last 12 months, we have faced issues with leaking roofs and old wiring that need to be updated.
We kindly ask for a donation to help support us now, but this donation will provide a solid foundation for future growth within the community.
Additionally, if you want to contact us for further information, then fill out the contact form on the website, and we will get back to you as soon as possible