Could you get involved?

This week our oldest and youngest players took to the pitch for the first time.

East Fife Walking FC played their first-ever organised match against Kirkcaldy at Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre and our 2010 team took to the field at their first festival at Michael Woods Sports Centre.
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We now have 19 kids teams playing football on a weekly basis, along with our Walking Football, ladies football, wee fifers and various community classes. We have something for everyone so why not come along and get involved.

Do you have a spare few hours each week,  why not get involved as a volunteer, we are always on the look out for new volunteers to help coach our teams.  EFYA will support you in gaining your coaching badges, First Aid and PVG.

Not the Sporty type?  There are other ways you can get involved and be part of our community.  We try to keep costs as affordable as possible to ensure that all classes are accessible for everyone.  There are however many expenses connected with running the club. To this extent we rely on funding solely from our own fundraising events and the support of local businesses.  580331_705979412838534_5761381445812040564_nThe major expense for individual teams is strips and kits. We are always sourcing sponsorship from local businesses. In return for your sponsorship we would wear your logo on our shirts and you would be listed on our website.

For further information on any of the activities, volunteering and sponsorship, please completed the contact form below and one of our team will be in touch.

 

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