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Oadby Owls fields a number of teams in various Leagues throughout Leicestershire and the Midlands areas.
Rules of the Football Association do not allow the publication of match results for Under 7, 8, 9 and 10's. This is to ensure that the focus of a game of football at these age groups is on the development and enjoyment of the game, rather than the result. No League tables at these age groups are maintained.
This section of the Oadby Owls website provides links to the website and individual results page where appropriate for our Oadby Owls teams. County Cup fixtures and results can be found by clicking here. In some cases match reports can be found on individual team pages within this website.
Under 12 Girls
Under 13 Girls
Under 15 Girls
Under 16 Girls
Under 7 Boys (4 teams)
Under 8 Boys (3 teams)
Under 9 Boys (4 teams)
Under 10 Boys (5 teams)
Under 11 MJPL 
Under 11 Juniors
Under 11 Tawnys
Under 11 Eagles
Under 12 MJPL
Under 12 Juniors
Under 12 Tawnys
Under 12 Eagles
Under 12 Hawks
Under 12 Barnys
Under 13 Juniors
Under 13 Tawnys
Under 13 Eagles
Under 13 Hawks
Under 14 Juniors

Under 14 Tawnys
Under 14 Eagles
Under 15 MJPL
Under 15 Juniors
Under 16 Juniors
Under 16 Tawnys 
Seniors – Mens
Seniors – Vets (over 35′s)

Leicester City adopted Fixture

Leicester City provide Grassroots clubs the opportunity to adopt one of their fixtures. In previous season's we have adopted matches against Leeds United, Derby County, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday and Manchester United. As part of the festivities for the fixture Oadby Owls children take up roles as Player Escorts, Guard of Honour and Shake the Shirt. In 2013 we also attended the Real Madrid fixture en mass and provided player escorts for the Leicester and Real Madrid players. 
 
The children attend the fixture in their Academy kit and proudly display their association with Oadby Owls.
 
We receive discounted tickets for our members and their families. This season 300 of us went to the Arsenal fixture which despite the result was a great day out, particularly for the children.
 
In addition this season 150 went to the England v Estonia fixture - a great experience for all.
 
 

Oadby Owls and RESPECT

Oadby Owls is fully committed to supporting the Football Association's RESPECT campaign. As such those persons associated with the club, either directly or indirectly are requested to comply with the individual 'Codes of Conduct';

Code of Conduct - Young players

Code of Conduct - Adult players

Code of Conduct - Spectators

Code of Conduct - Coaches

Code of Conduct - Match Officials

Copies of these codes can also be found on the Club noticeboard at Coombe Park

Volunteer Notices

Oadby Owls Management Meeting (Exec) TBA
The Club's Exec Committee will meet to discuss various Club issues 

CRB Applications and Renewals from 9am onwards TBA at Coombe Park
Ian Scott, the club's Child Welfare Officer, will be at Coombe Park to complete any CRB applications that are required.

Oadby Owls Committee Meeting @ TBA
There will be a Full Committee Meeting of the Club's Volunteers. A variety of club issues will be discussed.

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Academy re-opens on 1st October 2016

 

Academy is open again on 1st October. The club are pleased to announce the Academy will be open once again this coming Saturday after a weeks break. The club would ask that all parents follow the club rules about parking and use Beauchamp College to park their vehicles and not attempt to park at Coombe park. It is a very short walk to Coombe Park from the back of the college and will ensure that emergency access is not compromised.

This year the club’s vice chairman has now stepped up to become our new chairman and will be pleased to take any of your enquiries about the club, so if you wish to be added to the club circulation list (which includes details of postponements of the Academy, Club events or activities and notices) please email Haf at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For new children wishing to join our club, as well as existing ones, we ask all their parents to ensure they read the important notices on the home page, about children wearing appropriate and clothing and footwear and that the wearing of shin pads is mandatory. One other important point is that all parents must abide by, there is NO PARKING at Coombe Park, when either attending the Academy or any matches, and they must park at Beauchamp school car park

Club looks for further parental support. Oadby Owls is a club run by unpaid volunteers. The success of the club over the years is primarily down to the volume of volunteers we have at the club. Nearly all the volunteers at the Club gave their initial support as parents in order that their children could benefit from membership at Oadby Owls. With some 42 teams and a membership of around 650 players of all abilities we need all the help we can get in the maintaining and running of the club. In particular we need more support with our Saturday morning Academy which is held in such high esteem. We need assistance with the admin (collection of subs), the kitchen (serving of hot drinks and sale of hot food) and with the football coaching (you don't need to be qualified - just willing and we will help, guide and train you) If you can help in any capacity, even if it is not for every week, it really would be a great help. Further details available from myself via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - it really is very rewarding!

Oadby Owls awarded Charter Standard Community Club of the Year. At the annual FA awards ceremony on Tuesday 26th May 2015 at the King Power Stadium, Oadby Owls were honoured as the Charter Standard Community Club of the Year, by far the hardest accreditation to achieve from the FA. The Owls, who were among a number of nominated clubs, were selected by a qualified panel of the Leicestershire FA. Ian Scott received the award on behalf of the club from Sir Geoff Hurst, famous for scoring a hat trick in the World Cup Final for England when they beat West Germany 4-2 in 1966. The award is a ringing endorsement to all the volunteers who contribute so much in the running of the club with its 38 teams and playing membership of 650. Club Chairman Rob Farrar had, for the second occasion in his time with the club, been nominated as the Volunteer of the Year. A nomination itself testimony to the hard work put in by the Chairman and committee members. Well done everyone associated with Oadby Owls. 

Key club dates can be found on the drop down menu of the Home page tab. The dates relate to planned events including our Presentation Night and Tournament events. 

Where adverse weather conditions look like they will affect football at Coombe Park a pitch inspection will always be carried out. If a decision to cancel is made then that decision will be displayed on the clubs website. If the website does not state that football is off, it should be assumed that it is on. The club has a duty of care to its members and tries to avoid unnecessary travel. When it can be called off in advance it will be. Sometimes this decision can be made the day or even several days before but sometimes not until the day of activity. For the Academy a decision will be made by 8.30am that day and the website updated immediately so please check here first. 

If you wish to be added to the club circulation list (which includes details of postponements of the Academy, Club events or activities and Notices) please email Haf at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Owls Promotional Video

Joining Oadby Owls

Welcome and thank you for visiting our website.

Please view our video above. It should give you a good indication of what Oadby Owls is all about and what we provide.

Oadby Owls is a progressive Charter Standard Community Club which provides boys and girls of all abilities the opportunity to enjoy the whole football experience. Our Saturday Academy provides a platform for children, as young as four years of age, to develop in a safe and friendly environment and is the gateway to joining one of our many mini soccer teams. 

We ask that you park at the rear of Beauchamp College and follow the crowd across the back pitch to Coombe Park aiming to register there by 9.45am. There are no restrictions as to when to register or enrole a child at the Academy. We have new members joining every week!

The club insists that parents park responsibly as Coombe Rise is not only a residential area but also a bus route. You are able to register on the first day of attending.

The Academy is also very suitable for children not necessarily looking to play in an Oadby Owls team and who just wish to enhance their footballing skills.

Children must wear footwear and clothing relevant to the ground and climatic conditions. If the ground is soft then footwear with studs is required. If it is cold the children must be dressed up so that they are warm.

All children MUST wear shinpads and not have jewellery of any nature on. Chewing gum is also not permitted. The club does sell shinpads, warm base layer clothing, gloves etc etc

The Academy generally runs from the beginning of September through to the end of June, although there is a winter break from Christmas through to the end of January. If you click on the home page tab there is a document which provides details of key dates and when the Academy runs. With over 200 children attending each and every week the Academy really is a Grassroots success story. All our volunteers are CRB accredited.

The Academy costs £3 per attendance and an initial £20 membership. Upon completing six Academy sessions the child will be given a free Academy kit, sponsored by Harborough-London Limited who are Property Developers based in Leicester. 

There are no membership restrictions just come along. Further details of our academy can be found on the dedicated Academy web page.

Inclusive Sports


Oadby Owls Football Club has become one of Leicestershire’s first 'deaf friendly' clubs by signing up to the NDCS Me2 Deaf-Friendly Pledge. The Club has recently joined the NDCS Me2 project and has committed to opening up their club to deaf people. We are proud to have signed the Deaf-Friendly Pledge. We are looking forward to developing our playing and coaching opportunities for deaf people in our community and ensuring we help them reach their full potential. We are committed to supporting deaf young people and ensuring that the club and its officials are Deaf Friendly.

For more information please contact our inclusions officer, Liane Carrick on 07968 396249 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Liane is a fully qualified Communication Support Worker and Trainee Sign Language Interpreter, so whatever your chosen communication method you will have full access. We look forward to hearing from you!

Club History

Welcome to Oadby Owls Football Club.

Founded in 1968 by some enthusiastic Sheffield Wednesday supporters, hence the name, Oadby Owls Football Club has grown to become one of the largest and most successful clubs in Leicestershire today.

The club owes a debt of gratitude to the many volunteers over the intervening years but perhaps none more so than our late President John Monks who ensured the survival of the club with injections of his own cash during the difficult times of the 1980′s.

In 2007 the club achieved Charter Standard status and with joint funding by the Football Foundation and Oadby and Wigston Borough Council the 'John Monks Pavilion' was opened. The pavilion marked a new era for Oadby Owls and player numbers swelled considerably. Oadby Owls now fields 35 teams of all ages and runs a thriving Saturday Football Academy where upto 250 young children attend each week. Oadby Owls also organises some of the best tournaments in the country.The club has since progressed in becoming a Charter Standard Community Club.

The club adopts high standards and would like to pay tribute to all its 100+ volunteers for their perseverance and hard work. We also thank and praise our many sponsors who have given generously over many seasons.

As well as developing the football skills of its members, Oadby Owls positively promotes and interacts with local community initiatives.

Oadby Owls is run on an entirely voluntary basis and there is always a need for a fresh influx of helpers and ideas. The future success of the club depends on its members as we strive to become one of the best clubs in the country.