Kings Hill F.C.
Kings Hill F.C.
Est. 2003

4. FA Community Club

Kings Hill FC were awarded the coveted FA Charter Community Club Status May 2015

The FA Charter Community Club is the highest level achievable for a grass roots club. The FA Charter is the best practice guide that sets standards of coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Football League and Premier League. The Award combines the requirements for Youth, Adult & Development standards and highlights Kings Hill FC as being one of the most progressive clubs in the local area.

As a benchmark for quality the award will improve the playing experience for all.
The club which was formed in 2003 runs teams from Under 6’s through to Veterans as well as walking football, ladies football as well as a dedicated girls only player development centre and girls league teams.  The club has over 400 members as well as an executive committee and over 100 volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure the club progresses.

Kent County Football Development Officer, Lee Suter praised the club by saying “Kings Hill FC has worked extremely hard to meet The FA’s criteria and having this award will benefit everyone involved within the club as well as the local community”.

Suter went onto say “Club development is very important to the Kent County FA and as an Association we are committed to football development and will continue to work with clubs in order to achieve the Charter Award”.

For more details on the FA Charter Standard scheme please contact