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Halton Stadium (2 pages)

Entering the Stadium •The management reserves the right to refuse entry to the Stadium for any reason. •Persons seeking entry to the Stadium may be required to submit to a search. •Alcohol, cans, bottles, klaxon horns, fireworks, dogs and dangero

Club Policies (13 pages)

Widnes Football Club Safeguarding Children Policy and Procedures 1, Widnes Football Club acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of every child and young person who has been entrusted to its care and is committed to working to provide a

Our Constitution

Our Constitution provides information on the Roles and Responsibilities of staff members at the club, about the Rules & Regulations they're to adhere to and the measures that the Club has taken to promote Respect and Fairplay within the game of football

Parents, Carers and Spectators Code of Conduct

Parents, Carers and Spectators Code of Conduct The English FA Respect Parents, Carers and Spectators Code of Conduct – Widnes Football Club When watching development football, I will: Remember that children play for FUN Applaud effort and good p

FA Rule 2.13

Club Name: Widnes Football Club Legal Entity: Widnes Football Club Limited C/No 08960635 Chairman: Ian Ross Directors: David Day, John McKeown, Glenn Littler, Gareth Hartley, Adrian Bevan, Victoria Ross Club Secretary: Adrian Bevan League Rule 2.


League Honours The Hallmark Security League First Division Champions 2016/17 The Hallmark Security League Premier Division Runners Up 2017/18 Cup Honours The Hallmark Security League Macron Challenge Cup Winners 2017/18

NPL Football Academy

Are you or do you know anyone who is currently in Year 11/Year 12? How would you like to #Study, #Train and #Play full time when you leave school or switch from college? Widnes FC are looking for talented, committed and ambitious local footballers w

Widnes Football Club Supporters' Association (2 pages)

Are you a football fan? Are you interested in what’s going on at Widnes FC? A group of supporters have got together, with the full support of the board, to launch the Widnes Football Club Supporters' Association. The aim of the Supporters' Club

Club History (1 page)

Widnes FC were formed in February 2003 as The Dragons AFC, later to be known as Widnes Dragons. The Club developed a fantastic reputation locally for their contribution towards the development of grassroots football in Halton and for providing opportuniti

Admission Prices (1 page)

All supporters when visiting the Select Security Stadium will be seated within the South Stand. Admission prices are as follows: Adults: £7 Concessions: £3 Under 16s: FREE Concessions To qualify for the Concession rate, you must be aged 65 year

Volunteers Welcome (1 page)

An incredible amount of work goes on behind the scenes, Widnes Football Club is a community effort and survives thanks to the help of people who volunteer their time and effort. The more volunteers we have the more successful the club can be. If there is

Find Us (3 pages)

The Halton Stadium is less than one-mile away from Widnes train station, and less than two miles away from Runcorn train station. Secure bicycle facilities on both non-matchdays and on matchdays are available for use. Various bus timetables and rou

Widnes Football Club Social Media (1 page)

Here at Widnes Football Club, we aim to keep all fans updated as much as possible with news coming out of the club on a daily basis. To complement our frequently updated website, you can also monitor all the news on your favoured social media outlet. F

Sponsorship Packages Available (1 page)

At Widnes Football Club we believe in partnerships - true strategic alliances that create a real win/win situation for the Club and sponsoring organisation. Your involvement with Widnes' Community Football Club at a corporate level will see you create


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