Welcome to Moorfield Football Club Website
Moorfield AFC are a fully affiliated FA Charter Standard Club since 2004
Moorfield AFC are members of The Warrington and District Football League. We play every Saturday. We regulary welcome new players, and anyone wishing to join the club should simply turn up to the ground on a Saturday.
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September 2017 Moorfield Football Club's first team manager Derek Mullarkey Leaves 1st team duties after six years in charge.
Latest News 1-08-18
Moorfield Football Club Drop down to one team for season 2018-19.
Moorfield Under17 team come up to join adult section new managers Ste Mullarkey and Ste Smith with Brian Salmon and Simon Howath from the
under 17 team step up to manage new team.
Moorfield Juniors Section Profile
Moorfield Junior FC was formed 9 years ago, as part of Moorfield AFC. For the 2016/17 season, we have 5 teams, one at under 8's, one at under 12's, one at under 13's, one at under 14's and one at under 15's. We typically (but not exclusively) take children from Primary schools in the Widnes area. The club has FA Charter Standard Club status and every coach currently has, or is training towards the FA's Level 1 coaching accreditation. Moorfield Juniors play on pitches at Moorfield Sports & Social Club in Widnes (In the left hand menu Look under Useful Links and click on Moorfield Juniors click on the link and it will take you to our juinior Section Pages)
Peter Spence Ltd open a factory in Widnes situated in Moorfield
road in 1919 from the very start it encouraged all its workers to participate in
various sporting activities in the town as a means of recreation. Included at
that time was Football,Cricket,Tennis,Table Tennis and Bowls.
At this time earliest recorded picture of a Peter Spence football team is a picture from 1923...
Early in 1995 Laportes works decided to pull out of running its
club which was then known as Laportes Social Club. And to soften the blow off
losing the club and all its facilities it was offered to its members to take
over. Laportes would sell the ground and the old clubhouse for a nominal rent to
its members. A committee was formed as to how they could operate the new club
and build a new club house. With the help of new commitee and solicitors the
nessasery funds were raised to build a new club house it was acheved with the
help of Banks Brewery who loaned the new club £200,000, the Sports council
provided £35,000 for the building of changing facilities for all sections,
£50,000 was then raised by various methods to complete the building of the new
At the end of 1995 an AGM meeting was held by all members and it was decided to rename the club the name chosen became: Moorfield Sports and Social Club.
The purpose of Moorfield Association Football Club is to provide an environment and facilities that will promote the playing and appreciation of association football both on and off the field for juniors, youth's and adults. Aims The aims of Moorfield Association Football Club are:
- To provide well organised, competitive and enjoyable football.
- To provide challenging and well ordered training.
- To encourage members, regardless of race, religious or sexual orientation, ethic origins or any and all minority beliefs and ideals to partake in full and active membership of the Club.
- To recognise and adhere to Club Rules.
- To provide well resourced facilities, equipment and financial planning.
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