Des Beeney wins our club’s 16th Volunteer of the Week award

This season has been particularly busy for Cambridge club veteran Des Beeney. After years of playing, coaching and serving in various administrative roles, he wanted to help the Reds make the most of their return to Northern League football after … Read More

Eight Cambridge coaches nominated for national Junior Coach of the Year

Eight Cambridge coaches have been nominated for the national McDonald’s Junior Football Coach of the Year competition. They are among the 131 junior coaches nominated within the WaiBOP Football Federation region, one of seven regions taking part in the national … Read More

Gary Kelk becomes our club’s 14th Volunteer of the Week winner

Gary Kelk is one of those folk you see at Cambridge FC almost every day of the week. During the week, he’ll be helping organise junior grade co-ordinators and working to make a success of the club’s Future Reds programme. … Read More

‘Macca’ collects our latest Volunteer of the Week award

Lee McNally’s passion for football has seen him play and coach at Cambridge FC well into his ‘glorious forties’. But his desire to help extends beyond the changing room and pitch and he’s been a crucial contributor to the club’s … Read More

Club’s youngest coach is our latest Onyx Volunteer of the Week winner

Hamish Durran-Wolff has learned at an early age the value of giving back to his community. The 11-year-old footballer is one of the youngest volunteers at Cambridge FC where he referees and coaches a 7th-grade team, Cambridge Argentina. He’s become … Read More

Andrew Taylor is our 10th Onyx Volunteer of the Week

Some people love the 5:2 diet … but for Cambridge FC’s Andrew Taylor, it’s a diet of football that keeps him busy every week. Taylor’s 5:2 football diet sees him spending five days a week at Cambridge FC in some … Read More

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