The club is at the forefront of Walking football development at recreational and competitive platforms, both at County and National levels. The club ethos of everyone matters has grown the membership to 70 players covering an age range of 50 years to 78 years old. Walking football is also used to deliver Walking Football activity sessions for Dementia groups and the Stroke Association.
The sense of community throughout the 75 members whilst are aged 50 to 78 years. Fitness and Friendship is the weekly diet whilst having fun.
The impact on the members of the club is on their health and wellbeing. Mental and physical fitness levels are increased and everyone feels part of a family. Our walking football Community project Forget Me Not Fc brings all of the clubs benefits weekly to 30 people living with Dementia and their carers.
The club stands out for its commitment to the community in Hillingdon. Offering recreational and competitive walking football to the over 50s in an environment that encourages respect, health and well-being has been the catalyst of our extended community work which promotes the features and benefits of exercise in sport for all.
The Club is now a well-established and nationally recognised as a leading walking football club through quietly focusing on its members and wider community projects without over stating its achievements. The Uxbridge Amblers is proud of its Middlesex roots and always promotes the County at every opportunity, I believe that the Middlesex FA now has the opportunity to promote the great work being delivered by the club, week in week out, by naming the Uxbridge Amblers as Accredited Club of the month.
Congratulations to Uxbridge Amblers on being the November Accredited Club of the Month, think your club deserves the recognition?