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.
The Waipa District Council is working to resolve ongoing flooding of Cambridge FC’s premium pitches. A council team has been at John Kerkhof Park this week, preparing drains to stop the southern end of pitches 1 and 2 from flooding … Read More
Cambridge FC is again supporting harness racing’s biggest event by supplying parking stewards for this Saturday’s Harness Jewels. Our club receives a donation in return for our volunteers acting as stewards between 9am and mid-afternoon. We need our members and supporters … Read More
Cambridge FC volunteers overcame a series of obstacles this week to enable this weekend’s senior matches to go ahead. The weather leading up to the weekend was particularly unkind and left the southern ends of pitches 1 and 2 underwater. … Read More
For five years, Louis Roberts has been on the sidelines, rain or shine, helping Cambridge FC as our club’s official photographer. Having started with little experience, he saved to buy camera equipment and keenly went about learning his craft with … Read More
The shop that looks after hundreds of Cambridge junior footballers every week during winter needs more helpers. It serves hot chips, drinks and snacks to players and their families, including all our visiting teams, and is a useful source of … Read More