Langho FC

Langho FC is an FA Charter Standard accredited Community club, the most advanced level of club development and football provision. We have been rigorously adjudged to be well-run, sustainable and we prioritise child protection, deliver quality coaching and implement the Respect programme.

It is the Policy of Langho FC to provide a safe and friendly environment in which all connected with the Club can learn and actively participate in the game of association football. The aim of the Club is to develop an environment that allows players, coaches, managers and spectators to maximise their potential and fulfill their aspirations.

Written procedures and systems are in place to protect the players, coaches, managers and spectators of Langho FC and will be continuously reviewed to ensure that we are at forefront of any changes to the Child Protection or FA Charter Standard requirements.

Currently the club has two senior men’s and eighteen junior boys teams, a Ladies team and seven girls teams playing football across six different leagues in the region. With development football too starting at 4 years old there is opportunity for all genders of all ages to play football at the club is widespread.

Weekend football is played on both Saturday’s and Sunday’s with the Accrington and District Junior Football League also hiring the club’s mini soccer 3G pitch for their development football games on a Saturday morning. A friendly welcoming environment exists at the club with the social club open on match days. A friendly welcoming environment exists at the club with the social club open on match days.

Langho football club was the pioneer of girl’s football in the Ribble Valley and the current Ladies team is the only senior ladies team playing in the Ribble Valley. The development of girl’s football at the club now sees over 100 girls and ladies playing football regularly each week, and we hope through the success of the ladies and Under 18’s girls team a path will develop for girls to move into adult ladies football.

The football club, a family club at the hub of the local community and our facilities are available and regularly used by many of the local community, including local business and schools.