Village Manchester FC is an amateur, "not for profit" football club and therefore relies on players to contribute a small amount each month to help pay towards various expenses like training facilities and essential equipment.
Your first month is free. After that, if you decide to continue with the club player subscriptions need to be paid at the beginning of each month or you can pay per match or training session. Payments can be by standing order, credit or debit card, or bank transfer. Standing order is our preferred method. Cash is not currently accepted.
We also manage a savings plan to help save for our overseas trips.
The club has non-players who support in a number of ways - first aid, "water boys", photography, web design, writing match reports, WAGs and of course just turning up on a Sunday to watch (and shout!) from the side. It's free to attend matches - please come and support us.
As a voluntary organisation, we would be very grateful if you were able to make a donation.
The First and Second Teams play in the Lancashire and Cheshire League. We joined in 2016, having played in the Manchester Accountants League for nearly two decades. They play every Saturday afternoon; home games are at the Trinity Sports Centre and away games are across Greater Manchester. Matches are usually at 2pm.
The Third and Fourth Teams play in the Manchester Amateur Sunday Football League at 11am. Home games are also in Trinity or Albert Park and away games across South Manchester.
The club also plays in the national Gay Football Supporters' Network cup.
During most summers we go overseas to take part in a tournament.
Village Manchester Football Club is a non-profit making club run for the benefit of its members by a committee of volunteers.
VMFC is registered as a CASC (Community Amateur Sports Club) with HMRC.
Download the Club's Constitution (rule book) here. All players, managers and supporters are required to adhere to the Constitution.