Welcome to Evergreen Football Club
One of only a small number of clubs in Hertfordshire to have achieved the new England Football Accredited 3 Star Rating reflective of our established player pathways across boys, girls, Adults and Disability football and one of the largest clubs in Hertfordshire offering football opportunities for all and welcoming players of all abilities.
Evergreen Football Club
Founded in 1970 Evergreen Football Club has grown to become one of the largest clubs in Hertfordshire offering football opportunities for all and welcome players of all abilities.
With over 600 players across 40 Youth teams (Boys and Girls), Seniors (Men's and Women's), Veterans and a Powerchair section the club continues to grow each year across all age groups. Evergreen are one of only a small number of clubs to have achieved the new England Football Accreditation (3 Star) which is the highest level awarded, none of which could have been achieved without the work the volunteers put into running the club.
• To provide quality, safe opportunities for young people of all ages in our community
• To provide a safe and positive alternative place to go other than playing on the streets
• To help people realise their potential, develop personal skills and confidence
• To introduce people to football regardless of age, ability, sex, religion and ethnic background
• To improve the performance of players, coaches and volunteers within the club
Club Chairman and Trustee.
We want the local community to make this club of their choice
We will work with the council to improve facilities and with our Managers to make them feel an integral part of the club
We will endeavour to get the best coaching available to help our youth players achieve their potential
We will provide the structure for our youth players to progress to our senior sides
We will provide a safe, clean environment that everyone will want to be part of
We are very grateful to all our sponsors and are always interested to hear from potential sponsors.
"When you play a match, it is statistically proven that players actually have the ball three or four minutes on average. The important thing is what you do during those 87 minutes without the ball. Football is a brain game, where to run, when to run, when to cover when to press, when to move, how to move, it is decisions like these that come from the brain that determines whether you're a good player or not."