Under 9 Cobras
Defending a Corner in League Cup Final
Celebrating with "T"
Celebrating scoring the U15's league winning goal.
Celebrating part one of their historic treble. The County Cup Win.
U16 Goalkeeper Controlling his Area, watched by his defender
Under 7 Panthers
Under 15 - Division 2 Champions
Celebrating their league win.
League Cup Finalists 2013
First Team Action
Attacking a Corner in County Cup Final
First team player goes up to collect his winners medal
Under 9 Cobras
Enjoying a trip to MK Dons
After a Great Move
U16 Striker Slots Home
Toddington Rovers Football Club was founded in 1894. We are an FA Charter Standard Club who offer a high standard of football to 16 youth teams of mixed gender and also a first team.
The club has experienced huge growth over the last 5 years. During the 2012/2013 season we provided football for over 200 members.
Toddington Rovers is first and foremost a community resource. The majority of our members are from Toddington and the immediate surrounding areas. It is our aim to provide an excellent standard of coaching and matches for local children.
With this web site we aim to keep all of our club members, their parents and other family members up to date with what is happening with your local football club. You will find up to date club news, social events, match reports and links to results and upcoming fixtures for all of our teams.
This coming year our teams will be competing in a variety of leagues. These include:
We at Toddington Rovers are especially proud of our football academy section which is now running into it's ninth year. We welcome boys and girls between 5 and 7 years of age on Saturday mornings at the Glebe. The times are between 9.15am and 10.30am.
Why not bring along your son and/or daughter for some trial sessions and see for yourself how it works. We would all be very pleased to welcome you to our club.
Many of our teams are looking for players at the present moment. So if you have a child who may be interested in joining us please do contact the relevant manager of their age group. We also have a Players Wanted section to this site which details our urgent requirements!
The FA are currently offering a free online learning course called Soccer Parent. If you are interested in taking part then please do CLICK HERE.
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