The present pitch at Sport & Leisure Tattenhall was created with funds provided by the Parish Council in 2005/6 and was formally opened by Gary Speed, then of Bolton Wanderers and later Manager of Wales. It is a wonderful amenity; it is level, dries well and is one of the best in the area.
Historically, football has been played in Tattenhall for over 400 years; archives detail an outbreak of violence at a match in the village in 1617 at which Constable Bruce was hit over the head with a 'short cudgel' when he tried to intervene!
AFC Tattenhall has grown rapidly in the last 12 months and now offers both senior and junior football opportunities, with regular training sessions, UEFA B qualified holiday camps for juniors (run in conjunction with MPH Coaching Academy) and teams competing in the Chester and District Leagues.
AFC Tattenhall (Adults) play on Sunday mornings and train on Wednesday evenings;
U18s play on Sundays at 2pm and train on Tuesday evenings;
U10s play on Saturday mornings and train on Tuesday evenings;
U8s play on Saturday mornings and train on Tuesday evenings;
U7s train on Saturday mornings;
U8/9s girls train on Saturday mornings.
AFC Tattenhall welcomes new players of any age and ability; in particular the junior section is committed to starting up new age groups. For more information about any aspect of the club, please get in touch via the contacts below:
07565 012690 – Alun Williams (Juniors), email: email@example.com
07585 339517 – Charlie Cooke (Adults), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
07774 725095 – Mathew Green (U17s), email: email@example.com
07969 691358 – Mike Hayes (MPH Coaching), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
07854 442510 – Claire Stockdale (Welfare Officer), email@example.com
Further information on the adults team can also be found at
and for the Junior Section please click on Junior Football Website or go to the following links: