Storrington FC, these days known as the Swans, was first formed way back in 1883 when the first ever Sussex Football league was formed. Of course at this time, the team would have been men only and would have continued like this right through to 1977 when Storrington Vipers was formed to provide training and access to football for children under 16. Over the years both sides of the club, both Swans and Vipers have continued, with the support from amazing volunteers and the wider community.
In 2017 the Swans and the Vipers combined creating Storrington Community Football Club. As our name implies, we strive to create wider links within our community and have good relationships with surrounding schools, businesses and other football clubs. We provide access to football to all children of all age, gender and nationality. Our younger cohort hosts over 130 children from the ages 6-16 and this is only possible with the help our our amazing team of volunteers, all working within and complying to FA guidelines and rules.
We are always looking for new volunteers and sponsors so that we can constantly strive for the best access to football for all those who want it. We are not a win at all costs club. Whilst we encourage every child, person to play and be their best, we are keen to strike a healthy balance between being competitive, but also giving all children the opportunity to play and develop at their own pace.