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Oxford Flexible Football League

The traditional 11 aside game is fantastic for those who want a competitive football fix on a weekly basis but we understand that this does not suit everyone.  ‘Flexible football’ is a new programme which looks at providing playing opportunities for those who do not…

The traditional 11 aside game is fantastic for those who want a competitive football fix on a weekly basis but we understand that this does not suit everyone.  ‘Flexible football’ is a new programme which looks at providing playing opportunities for those who do not play regular 11 a side football but on a less frequent basis, aiming to get players back into the game.

At present, each game is 60 minutes long and we are scheduling fixtures on a monthly basis.  However, ‘Play It  Your Way’ is our theme for Flexible Football.

Rolling substitutions are allowed.  Players must be aged 16+ to play.  All players must wear shin guards and football boots.  There is no limit of the number of players you register with your team.

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Disabled Access
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Who to contact

Contact Name
Sarah Wood
Contact Position
Football Development Officer
Telephone
01993 894405
E-mail
info@OxfordshireFA.com
Website
http://www.oxfordshirefa.com/

Where to go

Name
Horspath Sports Ground
Address
Oxford Rd
Horspath
Oxford
Postcode
OX4 2RR

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sunday mornings from 1pm
Time of day
Morning
Session Information
Each game lasts one hour

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£3 per player Per session

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people

Last checked on 17/05/2016

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