Girls and Ladies Football
James Whatman Way
Maidstone United FC
As a well-established football club, Maidstone United FC was originally founded in 1897. Following the demise of the football league side, we reformed in 1992.
Currently, we play in a variety of leagues across the county and we’re already known as providing promising opportunities for young players. This is through our well-known academy schemes for both boys and girls.
We have our own stadium in Maidstone and we host plenty of final tournament games, for the Kent FA.
We have the capacity at our home ground, to seat 4200 supporters.
We also provide pitch hire packages if required, at competitive prices.
We currently are hosting trials after the COVID 19 pandemic but please view the club website for the latest admissions and final closing dates to avoid disappointment.
Sevenoaks Town F.C
As a well-established football club we play in a variety of leagues across the county and we’re already known as the biggest football Club in the Sevenoaks area.
The leagues we play In
Southern Counties East Football League
The Reserves (Sevenoaks & District League Premier Division)
The veteran’s (Southern Veterans League)
The Ladies (South East Counties Women’s League)
Kent Youth League
Crowborough and District Junior Football League
South East Powerchair Football League