Cheshunt FC was the oldest amateur team in the FA
Cup back in 1931. Then the club disbanded… only to
reform the year after the Second World War ended
About Cheshunt Football Club
It’s a simple, beautiful game. Variants of football have been played in England for more than 1200 years, and in the format we love today, for more than 150 years. Around the globe, hundreds of millions of people play football regularly. It’s not called the world game for nothing.
We believe that football has the power to improve health, fitness and wellbeing, provide hope, inspiration and an emotional outlet, and to be a unifying force that brings communities together – on any scale. At Cheshunt, we’ve created a warm, welcoming and respectful club. Passion for this great game fuels everything we do, and so too does a belief that everyone – no matter what your background, your faith, your physical abilities – has the right to good health and the opportunity to belong. Mutual respect and an open mind are code here as much as those of the FA.
Our first team plays in the Isthmian League Division One North. We also field an under 21s side, minis and juniors (under 7s through to under 18s) and our SOEH team for players with an intellectual disability. We’re also extremely proud of the Cheshunt Football Club Academy, which helps young people get a great education while learning their football in a professional setting.
And what a setting… a 3,000-capacity stadium, incredible new 3G artificial pitch, more than 16 acres of additional grass pitches, and a brilliant bar and function room and nightclub.
There’s so much more to Cheshunt FC than football – but is there a better place to start? Come along to our next game and experience a wonderful, family-friendly footballing atmosphere.
We’re also always interested in meeting people of all ages who want to put boot to leather. Please visit the appropriate team pages for all the right contact details.
We can’t wait to meet you!
Keep up to date with all the latest news, information, alerts and facts about Cheshunt FC.
20 Aug 2018
The Ambers welcome Royston Town to Theobalds Lane on Tuesday in the Herts Charity CupRead more +
20 Aug 2018
Missed chances and sloppy mistakes hand Waltham Abbey a derby win.Read more +
17 Aug 2018
Ambers take on local rivals Waltham Abbey this Saturday.Read more +
Monthly over 30's club night in Club Amber where you can enjoy DJ's playing the very best in soul, RnB, reggae, 80s disco and soulful houseView more +
Fun and affordable weekly sessions from our FA coaches on our new 3G pitch.
Powerplay is the UK's biggest organiser of small-sided football leagues and runs a league at Cheshunt FC.View more +
A striking combination of pumping house music and football.View more +
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies are proud to play their home games at Cheshunt Football Club.View more +
Slimming World’s highly effective approach to weight loss is empowering and enabling.
Impulse Dance have a passion for bringing a high standard of dance training into schools whilst offering extra curricular classes at Cheshunt Football Club.View more +