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.
As the winter football season draws to a close, Cambridge FC would like to thank all the referees who gave up their time this year to ensure we all had football to play or to watch. Our club appreciates that … Read More
Hundreds of players, parents and supporters have celebrated another outstanding year of football at Cambridge FC’s 2017 Junior Prizegiving. Held at the Raleigh Christian Centre, Leamington, club members enjoyed a fun event, hosted by The Breeze breakfast announcer Camille Guzwell … Read More
Cambridge FC’s efforts to provide better playing surfaces for our young players have received a huge boost from this year’s successful RICOH Quiz Night fundraiser. Preliminary figures show the club has raised about $6,000 to go towards the Junior Pitches … Read More
Cambridge Football Club have won another award for their services to the local community. The club has earned a Community Partnership Award for its work helping people ordered by the courts to perform community work in Cambridge. Over the past … Read More
Cambridge Football Club has earned another prestigious award – this time for quality assurance. The club has been awarded New Zealand Football’s Quality Club Mark (QCM). It is one of only eight clubs in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty … Read More
Cambridge FC have been named Supreme Award winners for 2014 at the Trustpower Waipa District Community Awards. The award means the club will represent Waipa District at the national community awards in Wellington in March 2015. The club becomes only … Read More