Cambridge FC relies on the goodwill and enthusiasm of its ‘volunteer army’ to provide football for more than 800 men, women and children in winter, and more than 300 who take part in our summer competitions.
This page acknowledges those volunteers who contribute more than 30,000 hours a year of unpaid work (source: assessors for the club’s Quality Club Mark standard).
If you believe you have something to offer our club, we would love to hear from you – please contact us here.
One of the challenges of operating an all-year, all-volunteer football club is coping with the unexpected. And often the first person to discover the latest surprise is Cambridge FC’s facilities manager, Craig Clark. He oversees the club’s buildings and grounds, … Read More
WaiBOP Football is offering the chance for referees to gain their Community Referee or Level 1 Referee badges in a series of courses for the coming season. Community Referees (formerly known as Club-Based Referees) This involves a short course and … Read More
Cambridge FC’s Michaela and Alistair McQuarters do a fantastic job on winter Saturdays, cooking and serving up to 140 hot meals for senior players after their matches. But they would like the occasional weekend off! If you can help provide … Read More
Expressions of interest are sought from coaches who wish to lead Cambridge’s senior men’s teams for the 2018 season. The club has already made a series of appointments for its two Northern League men’s squads, and for its women’s first team. … Read More
Cambridge Football Club is looking for someone who wants to develop skills and qualifications that will help them in the hospitality industry. The club is seeking a bar manager who has either already got an approved bar licence or is … Read More
Cambridge FC’s junior section is seeking new volunteers for a number of roles in 2018. Junior captain Tim Bailey says the club is establishing an operational team to help ensure the smooth running of teams next season. “Over the years … Read More
Newly-elected juniors captain Tim Bailey has acknowledged the vast contribution of his predecessor, Catherine Clark. After five years leading the junior section of the Cambridge Football Club, Catherine Clark (pictured) has seen its numbers double to more than 500 young … Read More