Timeline

February 2019

Uxbridge Amblers are short listed for the London Sports Awards Club of the Year 

 

January 2018

Wednesday 10th - Amblers introduce a second weekly training session

Founder Member Andy Perren leaves his post as Middlesex FA Recreational Football Development Officer

PLAYFOOTBALL become the clubs new kit sponsor

 

November 2017

Wednesday 15th - Uxbridge Amblers launch Silver Fox Memories

Amblers reach a milestone by raising £10000.00 for charity

 

October 2017

Sunday 1st - Uxbridge Amblers win the Graham Barnes Memorial Trophy 

August 2017

Sunday 20th- Uxbridge Amblers win the Leyton Orient WF Tournament

 

 

May 2017

Sunday 14th - Uxbridge Amblers win the David Cambridge Memorial Cup (Margate)

Wednesday 10th - Uxbridge Amblers win the Woking FC Walking Football Tournament for the third year in succession

 

July 2016

Friday 8th - Uxbridge Amblers become partners of the QPR in the Community Trust

 

June 2016

Saturday 11th - Amblers win the Berks & Bucks Walking Football Festival 2016

May 2016

Saturday 28th May - Wealdstone Wanderers become the first winners of the Graham Barnes Memorial Trophy

Amblers win the Vase competition

Thursday 19th - Amblers win the Woking FC Walking Football Tournament

April 2016

Monday 4th - Uxbridge Amblers win and achieve Runners Up in the Stannah European Masters Tournament in Udenese, Italy

 

 

January 2016

Sunday 17th - Uxbridge Amblers come third in the National Cup 2015 Competition

Saturday 30th - Uxbridge Amblers win the Herefordshire FA Walking Football Tournament

 

 

November 2015

Sunday 1st - Uxbridge Amblers win the South East Regional Final of the National Walking Football Cup 

Friday 8th - Uxbridge Amblers become England's first independent Walking Football Club to be awarded the FA Charter Standard

 

 

​September 2015

Sunday 13th - Uxbridge Amblers win and achieve Runners Up in the Berks & Bucks Walking Football Festival 2015

 

 

April 2015

Thursday 16th - Amblers win their first tournament - Woking FC Walking Football Tournament

 

 

November 2014

Dave Ball became Social Secretary, John Handell became Treasurer

Tommy Ball designed the club logo and suggested the nickname "The Silver Foxes"

Uxbridge Amblers registered as members of Middlesex County FA, and in so, became London's first affiliated Walking Football Club

 

 

October 2014

Founder Members - Dave Ball, Tommy Ball, Graham Barnes, Mick Barry, Dave Boney, Ray Crook, Peter Dean, Colin Dennison, Doug Douglas,, Norman Foley, Mick Geraghty, Gerry Giudice, Alan Godleman, John Handell, Mick Harvey, Steve Johnson, Alan Mathieson, Lakhwinder Nijjar, David Long, Barry Lynch,           Pat Moorhouse, Frank Nicholson, Terry Nicholson, Andy Perren, Ray Perren, Jim Prior, David Richardson, Roy Shields, Russell Thatcher, Chris Tiretis,              Gary Vaux, Dave Walsh

 

 

September 2014

Friday 12th - The first training session was held at Hillingdon Sports & Leisure Complex with 16 players turning up to register

 

 

July 2014 
Mick Geraghty and Mick Harvey set about creating the first Walking Football Club in Middlesex
Contacting Andy Perren at Middlesex County FA for assistance, plans were made