Est. 2016 by Alton Town FC and Alton United Youth FC Providing a safe, friendly and fun environment for the local community to enjoy football

Providing football and futsal for boys and girls in the community from U6 to U18. The junior section of Alton FC is the heartbeat of the club. Many of our parents were junior players here themselves.

Over recent years we have worked hard to create a club that welcomes and develops girls and boys of all abilities.

We are an England Football 3* Highest Accredited Club and Hampshire FA's Club of the Year in 2014/15 - with teams for both boys and girls from Under 6 to Under 17.

We are unique in Hampshire in offering opportunities for male and female players from under 6 all the way through to senior regional football.

All of our teams are managed by FA qualified and DBS approved coaches. We offer 5, 7, 9 and 11 a-side football both competitively in league structures and non-competitive development football.

We have a FIFA approved, floodlit 3G artificial pitch. This allows us to train and play matches throughout the season. We also play on grass pitches within Alton so that players get experience on all playing surfaces. See the Locations page.

If you would like to join one of our teams, or just for a friendly chat for more information, please feel free to contact our Youth Secretary, Peter Blazdell email.

Our age group leaders and contact email links are listed below.

Youth Director of Football

Mark Frisby   email

Age Group Leaders

Youth Team:
Gareth Billington   email
U17 (Yr 12) / U18 (Yr 13):
Jason Ratcliffe   email
U15 (Yr 10) / U16 (Yr 11):
Russell Fascione   email
U13 (Yr 8) / U14 (Yr 9):
Matthew Highley   email
U11 (Yr 6) / U12 (Yr 7):
Mark Frisby   email
U9 (Yr 4) / U10 (Yr 5):
Russell Parratt   email
U7 (Yr 2) / U8 (Yr 3):
Wez Joyce   email & Simon Sheppard   email
Girls:
Andy Walker   email

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