Walking football is like the game you love, played in a new way. It is a unique small-sided ball game similar in some respects to Association Football. In Guernsey we are a mixed group of enthusiastic people who provide a great recreational facility on the island. Why not join us for fun, friendship and fitness?

Walking football can help people lose weight, help prevent loneliness and positively affect overall mental and physical health.  Walking football has become increasingly popular over the last few years – and for good reason. Aimed at adults over 50 (although age inclusive), walking football has social, mental and physical health benefits.

Play Walking Football with us at KGV on their 3G pitch.

Mondays weekly- (New) at Styx – Boccia for beginners through to regular players, any age or ability.
10.30 -11.30 refreshments are available.
Contacts: Casey 07781 403764 Paul 07839 732008

Tuesdays weekly – (New) at Beau Sejour – commencing November 2nd 
11.00 -12.00 Footgolf in the DFH
12.00 -13.00 Boccia in the DFH
Contacts: Casey 07781 403764 Paul 07839 732008

Tuesday weekly
GMLG Activity group 13.00-14.00 in the DFH (all information as currently printed)

Wednesday weekly – at KGV
12.00/13.30 Walking Football and Footgolf for beginners through to returning or seasoned players.

Wednesday – weekly – Winter – Memorial Field Footes Lane – Astro Pitch
18.30 – 20.00/15 Guernsey Ladies Football club
New and past players welcome. More information available on www.guernseyfa.com

Thursday weekly – at KGV18.00 – 19.00 Walking Football – all as currently printed www.gwfc.gg

Sunday weekly – at KGV 08.45 -10.00 Walking Football – all as currently printed. www.gwfc.gg

One-off event on the 22nd-24th October at KGV
Supporting Bowel Cancer Guernsey all proceeds going to the charity
Walking Football Festival – open for visitors to watch
Friday 18.00 – 20.00
Saturday 14.00 – 17.00
Sunday 10.30 – 12.30 UK teams visiting

Going forward we are also addressing the playing age groups from U50’s, 50+ 60+ 65+ 70+ 75+ all in line with the WFA guidelines (there is provision for local rules) ie: players from different age groups playing up or down exactly as we do on Sundays, so that part doesn’t change what we have at the moment.

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