The recipients of our grants are all dedicated to either participating in sport at a high level or to providing opportunities for young people to participate in sport.

2015 Park Farm Rangers FC
Park Farm Rangers FC



Achievements to date

  • 2000 - established as a community football club affiliated to Kent FA

By way of potted history, Park Farm Rangers FC was formed in 2000 – as a local club based in the Kingsnorth / Park Farm area in Ashford, Kent. The aim was to give boys and girls of all ages from Under 6 through to Under 18 the opportunity to enjoy playing Association Football, as the existing clubs in the town did not have enough capacity for all of the children living in the area.

Since then the club has provided many young people with recreational and competitive football opportunities. The club is very much a family club and well supported at both matches and social events.

As at 2016 / 2017 season we have 15 teams from Under 7 – Under 17, two Academies (Under 5 and Under 6) and a Girls Academy. All of our team coaches are minimum FA Level 1 accredited football coaches and hold FA Emergency First Aid and FA Safeguarding Children certification.

Funding was secured from the Kent Trust for Youth Sport to help three of our volunteers gain their FA Level 1 Coaching Qualification and ensure that our young people received the best coaching possible. Take a look at our club website.

Our partners

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  • Kent County Council
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Did you know

Over the last twenty years, £210,000 has been awarded to individuals and organisations across Kent.


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