We are very proud that the Middlesex FA have chosen us as their partner to adopt and develop our Forget Me Not FC Dementia Football project across Middlesex. Brent and Barnet will be two centres to adopt our project.
We will support ongoing training of coaches to deliver Walking Football activity sessions that incorporate physical and cognitive exercises.
Who would of thought 9 years ago that our logo would sit alongside those of the Middlesex FA and the FA promoting Football for a very special group of people, those living with Dementia and their Carers.
Always remember that there is more to the person than Dementia.
Uxbridge Amblers are awarded FA Accreditation, the first Walking Football Club in Middlesex and one of only a few nationally.
The FA Accreditation is awarded to any club playing any type of football that meets the exacting standards of club policy, procedures and ethics set by the FA. The quality kite mark we now can proudly display demonstrates that at long last the FA recognises Walking Football as an integral part of Grassroots football in England.
Friday 17th September 2021
Today we celebrate our 7th birthday as a Walking football club.
They say " time flies when your enjoying yourselves" and the last 7 years has most definitely been enjoyable.
We became the first independent Walking Football Club in London , achieving FA Charter Standard status and winning numerous trophies including the European Masters in Italy.
The club has been a leader in developing the game nationally by being part of FA working groups, Middx FA workshops and organising the Middx FA Walking Football league.
Our Community work has seen £26k raised for local causes , coach mentoring the disability of Hillingdon football teams and establishing the Silver Fox Memories and Forget Me Not Fc award winning projects.
All our success couldn't of been achieved without the support of our members and the Uxbridge Sports club.
With 70 registered members playing the beautiful game our future is bright and we are proud to be a Club others follow.
Happy birthday Foxes,
Uxbridge Amblers are short listed for the London Sports Awards Club of the Year
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
Wednesday 15th - Uxbridge Amblers launch Silver Fox Memories
Amblers reach a milestone by raising £10000.00 for charity
Sunday 1st - Uxbridge Amblers win the Graham Barnes Memorial Trophy
Sunday 20th- Uxbridge Amblers win the Leyton Orient WF Tournament
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
Friday 8th - Uxbridge Amblers become partners of the QPR in the Community Trust
Saturday 11th - Amblers win the Berks & Bucks Walking Football Festival 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
Monday 4th - Uxbridge Amblers win and achieve Runners Up in the Stannah European Masters Tournament in Udenese, Italy
Sunday 17th - Uxbridge Amblers come third in the National Cup 2015 Competition
Saturday 30th - Uxbridge Amblers win the Herefordshire FA Walking Football Tournament
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
Sunday 13th - Uxbridge Amblers win and achieve Runners Up in the Berks & Bucks Walking Football Festival 2015
Thursday 16th - Amblers win their first tournament - Woking FC Walking Football Tournament
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
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
Friday 12th - The first training session was held at Hillingdon Sports & Leisure Complex with 16 players turning up to register
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