The club is run by a brilliant set of volunteers who all have children playing at our football club

Every volunteer has a valid DBS accreditation 

There is a FA trained coach and an Emergency First aider with each age group

We have a dedicated Child Welfare Offer and up to date Child Safeguarding policies and procedures

Latest News

9/11/20 - CSA 07 FC make chairitable donations to the Royal British Legion and to West Berks foodbank - please click here 

Coronavirus - all statements from the Trustees - please click here

01/03/20 - Updated Heading guidence for young players - please click here

For more News articles, please click here

Update message 26/03:

We have now received guidance from the English Football Association about how we will need to operate when we restart our football club from 29th March.

We also have confirmation from our venues about when we will be able to start using their facilities again. Age group managers will communicate all the details to our players and parents / carers over the next week or so.  Please click here for all COVID-19 communications. 

When do we train?


  • Our season runs from late August to early May, with training and summer tournaments running up to early July. Note: This season due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 lockdowns, we will be running our training sessions up to mid July. Unfortunately, we are not expecting many summer tournaments to run this year.


  • All age groups train on a Friday night either on grass or 3G pitches, The timings and venues vary depending on the age groups and the time of year.


  • Our club aims to provide footballing opportunities for players with all levels of technical footballing ability.


  • We want to help young people understand the value of team work, respect for coaches and opponents, working hard, listening to instructions and developing what we hope will be a life long enjoyment of “the beautiful game”.

Where are we based?


CSA 07 FC have two main training bases;  Our younger age groups are at Park House School, and our older age groups train at St. Bartholomews School. We would like to thank both schools for their continued support of our club and the provision of excellent facilities. 


Match days

For the 2020 / 21 season, we currently use pitches at the following venues:

  1. Park House School - Andover Road, Newbury RG14 6NQ
  2. St. Bartholomew's School - Andover Road, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 6JP
  3. Trinity School - Love Lane, Newbury RG14 2DU
  4. Wash Common Park - Wash Common, Newbury, Berks, RG14 6QX (Battle Road entrance) or RG14 6NX (Battery End entrance)
  5. City Recreation Ground (City Playgound): Newbury, Berkshire (various entrances) RG14 6DB (Hampton Road) or RG14 6DD (Rectory Close) or RG14 7AE (Wendan Road off Andover Road A343)
  6. Boxford Recreation Ground - Rood Hill, Newbury, Berks, RG20 8DD
  7. Greeham Diamond - Pigeons Farm Road, Greenham, Newbury RG19 8XG

Our philosophy

At CSA 07, we want children to enjoy playing football, learning new skills, making new friends and becoming active in a safe environment.

We want our coaches to enjoy seeing each individual develop and mature in their own way and at their own speed.

We want our parents to support our coaches with the different football and life skills that they are teaching the children and to also enjoy watching their children play in a safe and enjoyable enviroment.

At CSA 07 FC, we fully support the FA's Respect code of conduct.  To kick-off the 2018-19 youth football season, The Football Association has announced a renewed focus on the Respect programme as it enters its ten-year anniversary.


Originally launched in the 2008-09 season, the campaign’s new mantra of ‘We Only Do Positive’ aims to improve behaviour on touchlines across the country by raising awareness of Respect among a new generation of parents, coaches, volunteers and players.


The FA’s Respect programme aims to educate parents and coaches on their roles in creating a fun, safe and inclusive environment for players to ensure the campaign is embraced throughout the age groups and result in sustained participation from players and volunteers alike. 


We would encourage all parents / guardians to read the booklet (opposite) recently produced by the FA and to also remember that: 


  • Children play for fun
  • Coaches are volunteers
  • Referees make mistakes
  • If parents coach from the sidelines, players will get confused

Our sponsors

We are very grateful to the following local businesses who have supported our club with corporate sponsorship over the last few years. You can find out more about each of these companies here.

If you would be interested in providing sponsorship to our club, please contact either Simon Alston or Toby Tyler. 

Thank you.