AFC Wimbledon Foundation

We use the unique motivational power of AFC Wimbledon to effect positive change in our community



Autumn half term 21st - 25th October
Spring half term 17th - 21st February
Easter 6th - 9th and 14th - 17th April
May half term 26th - 29th May
All half term camps and Easter 6th - 9th April include girls only sessions

Skills & Drills
Medals & Prizes
Player & Mascot visits
Fun Games
Tournaments & Competitions

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Click here to download our holiday camps leaflet!


Through our multi-sports programmes, we are opening doors for the excluded and fighting for a fairer, healthier and more cohesive community. We are giving back to the 12th man in our team - the community that gave us everything.

We rely on your support to keep us going so please click below to find out how.

Because when we CLUB TOGETHER anything is possible.

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Our Activities

We deliver a range of initiatives that inspire people from all walks of life to make positive change happen for themselves and their community.

These initiatives are focussed around the following core areas:

sport     health     education     inclusion

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Player Development Centre

New dates available for our Holiday Camps 2019-20!

Our Player Development Centre is a fun and friendly environment for boys and girls aged between 4-14 years, running on Saturday mornings and during February and October half term holidays.

As well as developing skills with our FA qualified coaches, participants also get the opportunity to meet visiting AFC Wimbledon players, Haydon the Womble and attend home games!

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If you'd like to find out how, please get in touch!


Women & girls

We are engaging with more women and girls in a big mission to get more females active and playing football.

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AFC Wimbledon Foundation currently delivers a series of high quality projects in 25 schools across Merton, Wandsworth and Kingston.

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Our AFC Wimbledon Foundation Educational Football Programmes are for young footballers to combine playing the game with their education.

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Work for us

NCS Programme Manager

The NCS Programme Manager is responsible for managing the delivery of a high quality, safe and to specification programme for AFC Wimbledon Foundation.

Responsibilities extend to the management of operational and administrative staff, oversight of health and safety and safeguarding matters as well as operational deployment and incident management.

The role will be the key liaison between AFC Wimbledon Foundation and the commissioning body, (The EFL Trust).

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