CSA 07 FC have joined forces with well known brand Oddballs to purchase a number of customised Bobble Hats. Not only will this allow our players to keep warm during the final winter months but the purchase will also support worthwhile charities as the clothing supplier aims to reach a significant target.Originally founded to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer, Oddballs now donate to, support and make underwear and other items of clothing for some brilliant charities, including Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust – and have donated over £850,000 since 2014. With an aim to donate over £1,000,000 to charities by early 2024.In support of this drive by Oddballs, and to help them reach their target sooner, CSA 07 FC have purchased 200 Bobble Hats across all age groups. Players, coaches and those supporting from the sidelines will be adorned in the club colours, displaying the Oddballs logo, team name and club badge.
On Thursday 5th October, CSA 07 delivered its first ever girls-only training session at Park House School on their 3G pitch.
The club has always welcomed girls in all of their age groups squads, but the club felt that it was now important to offer sessions catering only for girls, to reflect the huge growth in women's football that we're now seeing with the regular TV coverage of the Women's Super League and with the recent success of the England national team, the Lionesses.
If you have a daughter/friend/relative, who is still at primary school, and who would like to attend the club's new training sessions which will run every Thursday 18:00 - 19:00 at Park House School, please contact Jane Sirs firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
All sessions are conducted by existing club coaches, all of whom are accredited with the FA and have the required DBS and Safeguarding Children accreditation.
We look forward to welcoming more girls to our training and developing the squad.
CSA 07 have launched a Boot Swap Facebook page to allow parents and players to exchange boots for FREE which they have outgrown. As well as saving parents money (!), this also has a great sustainability benefit buy stoppingf these items going to landfill.
If you'd like to join the group, please go to:
When do we train?
Where are we based?
CSA 07 FC have three training bases; Park House School, St. Bartholomews School and Trinity School. We would like to thank both schools for their continued support of our club and the provision of excellent facilities.
For the 2023 / 24 season, we currently use pitches at the following venues:
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.
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:
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 Simon Alston.