Welcome to

East Coast Warriors F.C

East Coast Warriors is a youth football club based in North Norfolk that was founded in 2001 to provide football for young people in a safe environment.

East Coast Warriors





East Coast Warriors Football Club was founded in 2001 by a small group of parents that wanted a fun and safe environment for their children to learn to play football.  There were only 6 children at the start.  The Club’s ethos has not changed over many years it has been going.  It is still a fun and safe environment for children to learn to play football.  East Coast Warriors likes to give all young players a chance to develop their skills and get as much out of the club as possible.  That is why one of the club rules is that all players get a minimum of one half of football during matches.

Young players develop skills at different levels and at different times, both physically and mentally.  Most importantly, young children come to play a game of football with their friends: they learn social skills and enjoy themselves.  It is therefore important that parents and coaches do not take the fun out of the experience by pushing them from an early age.  Lots of young players give up football because of pressure from parents and coaches and that is a real shame.  We must let the game be the teacher.  Football, like many other walks of life,  is a skill where you learn from your mistakes,  and where positive encouragement helps build self – esteem and promotes learning.

Cheering from the sidelines is always welcomed at East Coast Warriors.  Let’s all work together to make a fun and enjoyable place for our children to play!

The club has representatives in each age group, and also a Child Welfare Officer.  If you have any problems at all,  these people are available to help you and your child resolve them.  This ensures that any form of bullying or child protection issues are appropriately acted upon.

We hope your children have a great time with us.  Football is a game, let’s keep it that way and make it fun!

Committee Members

  • Chairperson: Sarah Knowles
  • Vice Chairperson: Shane Clark
  • Secretary: Helen Clark
  • Treasurer: Craig Muckley
  • Child Welfare Officer: Steph Ward
  • Fundraising Committee Rep: Sarah Knowles
  • Committee Members: Steve Nurse, Beverly Newman

Fund Raising Committee

Sarah Knowles, Beverly Newman, Lisa Sexton, Claire Muckley

New players & volunteers always welcomed


East Coast Warriors F.C is proud to have achieved The FA Charter Standard, which is awarded to football clubs who provide a high quality football experience; proven to be well run, sustainable, and importantly place child protection, quality coaching and safety as paramount

Meet the teams

Currently we have 2 teams:

Under 11’s

The under 11’s team are coached by Shane Clark & Danny Mills

They train at Bodham Playing Field on Wednesdays 6.15 – 7.15 pm

Under 16’s

The under 16’s team are coached by Shane Clark & Adam Sexton

They train at Bodham Playing Field on Fridays 6.15 – 7.30 pm

Contact us


Bodham Playing Field
Cromer Road
NR25 6QG


Sarah Knowles (Chairperson) 07748949947



14 + 5 =

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

We would like to say a BIG thank-you to all of our sponsors, parents & volunteers who have kindly helped the club keep growing throughout this and previous years.

We also would like to give a special thank-you to Bodham Playing Field Committee, who kindly allow us the use of their facilities to train and play football on.

Without you ALL the club would not be where it is today

We are always looking for new sponsorship of any kind
if you can help in any way please CONTACT US 

The Under 16s observing a minutes silence today as part of Remembrance Sunday before their match against local rivals Holt. East Coast came away 3-1 winners in a hard fought match! ...

View on Facebook

2 weeks ago

East Coast Warriors FC



View on Facebook

‘You can accomplish anything in life if you are willing to work for it.’

Drew Brees 2018

View on Facebook

U16s in action this Sunday ...

View on Facebook
View on Facebook