Green Routes FC finally lift the Autumn 2020 Premiership trophy

  • Green Routes lifted the Major League qualifying group and the Oxford Premiership trophies after the first game night on return from lockdown.
  • Green Routes became Premiership champions on goal difference
  • The ceremony took place at Oxford Academy
  • Brian Kirk, the Charity Football League Coordinator praised Green Routes captain Jim Benwell

After losing their first game in the Major League to The Beaks, Green Routes FC went on a 6 game winning run to become the Major League winners in their debut season and qualify for the Oxford Premiership.

Green Routes then went on to become Premiership champions ahead of The Yellows on goal difference which was mainly down to their fantastic defence after only conceding 6 goals. Green Routes lost to Oxford Corinthians on the final game night, however, they were comfortably able to retain top spot from The Yellows.

Due to lockdown, Green Routes were handed the Major League and Premiership trophies in a behind closed doors celebration at Oxford Academy on Thursday 8th April 2021 which was over three months after they were confirmed champions. Brian Kirk, the Charity Football League Coordinator, presented Green Routes with the trophies which captain Jim Benwell lofted high to spark jubilant scenes among the reunited players.


Summa Socca Ballers win the Summer 2020 League: The Invincibles

Summa Socca Ballers lifted the Charity Football League Summer 2020 trophy for the first time at Oxford Academy, following their thrilling 5-0 win over The Yellows.

The champions’ captain, Ben Putland was handed the silverware by the Brian Kirk as the Ballers celebrated their first Charity Football League title in style.

Summa Socca Ballers had clinched the title in the last round of games on October 1, when they beat third-placed The Yellows to finally get their hands on the silverware. However, the league was all but wrapped up a week before on September 24, when they beat second-placed Tiki Taka 5-0 in the battle between the top 2 teams.

Summa Socca Ballers are arguably the best ever team to enter the Charity Foortball League as they finished the season winning all their games scoring an incredible 53 goals and only conceding 3 goals in 9 games.

First ever walking football tournament raises £1,151 for Charity

We are delighted to announce that we have raised £1,150.92 for charity at our first ever walking football tournament which took place on 19 January 2020 at Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre. Roughly half the funds raised will be used to support our charity, Jacari, and the other half will be used to support the winning teams’ nominated charities.

Congratulations to Arsenal Walking FC for winning the over 50s 6-a-side tournament. They will be donating their prize fund of £345.28 to Breast Cancer UK.

Also, congratulations to Watford Walking FC for winning the over 60s 6-a-side tournament. They will be donating their prize fund of £230.18 to 2 charities; £115.09 to Peace Hospice Care and £115.09 to the British Heart Foundation.