Glenrothes Strollers FC

Glenrothes Strollers FC

Glenrothes Strollers FC are a Scottish Junior FA affiliated grassroots football club, offering opportunities for junior grassroots football in the Scottish East region.

Glenrothes Strollers is an award winning community football club and local charity. In 2011 we were recognised by the Scottish FA, Sports Scotland, The Sunday Mail and MacDonalds as the BEST Community Football Club in Scotland.
This recognition is because we involve all parts of our local community. We have fun football sessions for 4-6 year olds, then groups of kids at every age group playing small sided football in line with SFA guidelines, up to 12 year old.
We then have full 11-a-side teams at every age group through to under 19s. We also have a young adult amateur team. On top of this we have girls football teams at 4 age groups and a special section for kids / youths with a range of disabilities.(now over 40 players in this group). In total we have over 500 of our local community, kids, youths, boys, girls and young adults involved in community football activities.
Glenrothes Strollers FC are run completely by volunteers, over 50 of us, and we do lots to engage with the local community. Through our Active Schools coordinators, we are delivering football sessions at all of our local primary schools. We also support low risk offenders to integrate back into their community. Working with Fife Council Social Work and Justice dept.
Also under the umbrella of the club are Glenrothes Strollers Girls who were established in 2010 and have been improving each year since. Their age groups range from Under 9’s; Under 11’s; under 13’s; Under 15’s and our ladies wellbeing group who all play in the Fife/Perth league of the SWF, see their site at – www.glenrothesstrollersgirls.org.uk and on Twitter – @strollersgirls.

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