Chorleywood Common Youth FC was founded in 1976.

The club uses land leased from Three Rivers District Council on the basis that we maintain the area.

John Woodbridge, our current groundsman, was a founder member as manager of his son’s team.


The club supports a total of 45 boys and girls teams from age U7 to U18 playing in the West Herts Youth League, Chiltern Church Junior League and Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League.

There is also a thriving Saturday morning Soccer School for U5 + U6s.

CCYFC is one of the largest youth football clubs this side of the county, with Membership now at almost 500 players.

CCYFC, through its hard working volunteers, has achieved the FA Charter Standard Community Accreditation which is only issued to clubs who offer the most advanced level of club development and football provision.


The main function is to cater for all the demands the community places on it with regard to the playing of Association Football – the club’s aim is to meet those needs.

A professional approach is taken irrespective of the level of football ability of the individual player. The club’s aim is to welcome all. There are often 3-4 squads at each age group, thus allowing for development at different rates.

All coaches and managers are volunteer parents, normally with a background of playing or a love of the game. They are very committed and enthusiastic people who give 100% effort to those in their care.

The club sponsors and encourages all its volunteers to attend various FA Coaching, Safeguarding Children and First Aid courses, thus maintaining our Charter Standard Status.


2015 - U12 Storm win their County Cup.

2013 - U9 Storm win their County Cup.

2011 - Introduced 9a side football from U11

2010 - All old goalposts replaced by portable aluminium ones

2005 - More landed leased to help with the increasing Saturday training needs.

2009 - Started u6 Soccer School

2008 - U18 Green win their County Cup

2007 - Gained FA Charter Standard Status

2001 - The club house was doubled in size and opened by Graham Taylor.

1999 - A third junior pitch was constructed.

1996 - A fourth senior pitch was constructed.