Welcome to the Metropolitan Police Youth Football Club (MPYFC).

Founded in 2009, MPYFC is a junior football club playing home games from our base in Imber Court, East Molesey. We welcome both boys and girls and this season we are delighted to have 27 teams ranging from Under 7’s to under 18’s represented in the Surrey Youth League. We are actively recruiting for players and teams and we would welcome visitors to the club to come along and see what we can offer.

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Ref's Wanted

Why not become a ref for the Met Police Youth FC and earn good money for a couple of hours at the weekend, whilst at the same time supporting the club. Speak to Lisa Ness for more information.  

MPYFC launch the new Saturday Football Club for boys aged 4 – 12 years

The MPYFC Saturday Football Club, provides a positive and supportive learning environment, teaching high quality football skills in a friendly and pressure-free community setting.

MPYFC launch their junior football academy

Young players playing for MPYFC can join the Academy in order to further develop their skills and to act as a pathway into semi – professional football.

MPYFC Raise money for Kingston Hospital

This great charity event took place on the 31 August at Kempton Racecourse. Fifteen hardy souls from MPYFC took part in the 5K event. The team took part on behalf of MYPFC’s nominated charity, Kingston Hospital.

Met Launch the Beautiful Game initiative

This wonderful initiative runs on Saturday mornings at Goals Soccer Centre in New Malden from 10am – 11am (Sessions re-commence  Sat 3rd August).    This new community feature is growing slowly and we invite all children with special needs and their parents/carers to come along and join in the fun and learn more about the beautiful game.  For more information contact LNess@mpyfc.co.uk 07753 606520.  The Beautiful Game is a focus of ours to develop further over the coming years.


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