About Horsham Tigers

Horsham Tigers are an FA Charter Standard status club, providing accessible football to young players of all abilities... And we like to have fun too.

Since its formation in 1969, the club has continued to grow and thrive and through this website we want to encourage even more new players and their parents to join us and help us continue this tradition.

As a commitment to the development of the club and our players we achieved FA Charter Standard status in November 2007 and passed the FA Charter Standard Annual Health Check in 2016.


Teams

Horsham Tigers Football Club fields four competitive teams in the Horsham & District Youth Football League for the 2016/17 season. We also have teams for younger players who are involved in small sided games against other clubs:

During the football season, league matches are normally held on Saturday mornings, with home games usually played on the pitches at Hills Farm Lane or The Needles. Additional training sessions are run on a pre-specified early evening session during the middle part of the week and details of these can be found on the individual team pages.

Each team has its own dedicated coaching and managerial staff, who are all CRB checked and have attained the FA Level 1 Coaching qualification, which includes FA Emergency Aid and Safeguarding Children Certificate.

As well as welcoming young players to the club, we also encourage involvement from parents and are always looking for volunteers to help guide and support our teams.


Club officials

As part of of our standard status we have set-up a formal committee to manage the club, our club offcials are:

  • Chairman - Richard Harris
  • Secretary - Debbie Lancastle
  • Treasurer - Peter Vermeer
  • Club Welfare Officer - Joe Triccas
  • Volunteer Co-ordinator - Joe Triccas
  • Website and Social Media Co-ordinator - Rory Lawson
  • Registrations Officer - Katie Bradley

Horsham Tigers FC Constitution and Club Rules

In conjunction with various bodies, the club has drawn up the following constitution and rules: