About Alderbury Football Club

Alderbury Football Club was formed in 1903 in the village of Alderbury a few miles south of Salisbury, Wiltshire. Today, Alderbury FC is proud and growing community that has taken an integral role in the village. We’ve got youth team for all ages from U’7’s to U18’s as well as a mens team. We welcome volunteers and sponsors who want to get involved in supporting the local community.

Announcement: Fully functional kitchen now serving refreshments and snacks on match days

Our Mission & Vision

Our mission at Alderbury FC is to create a friendly environment with strong principals of sportsmanship, but one that doesn’t shy away from competition. We have highly skilled FA qualified coaches and dedicated volunteers who bring a lot of energy to the club. 

We want to develop a strong football community with Alderbury at the heart – including tournaments and unique training opportunities for gifted individuals. 

As a club, our vision is to develop strong ties with local business and maintain strong relationships with the Parish council, Langford Estate, local schools and other organisations to deliver an amazing resource for this amazing community.

Sponsorship Opportunities

For those looking to support local communities and give their business a boost, Alderbury FC has a range of great sponsorship opportunities – including advertising, pitch banners, club kit sponsors, program space – and more. We believe in building strong long-lasting relationships and are currently welcoming new sponsors.

Why Join Alderbury?

Alderbury FC is a fantastic local club. We believe in creating a fun, friendly atmosphere and encourage good sportsmanship but one that doesn’t shy away from competition. 

We have brilliant new facilities including a freshly rennovated clubhouse and invest a lot in maintaining club equipment, pitch and grounds. 

We have teams for people of all ages from Under 7’s right through to Senior teams and welcome volunteers and sponsorships

If that sounds good to you, then Alderbury FC is the right club for you!

Our Club Facilities

Our pitches have become some of the most talked about playing surfaces within a 50 mile radius of Salisbury. We currently have two full size pitches of which  one has been adpated for the U13’s/U14’s transition into 11 a side football, with slighlty smaler dimensions than the mens pitch. There is also a 3/4 pich for 9 a side football, two pitches for 7 a side and a mini pitch for our U7’s/U8’s teams. With continous investment into pitch maintenance we are very proud of the clubs playing surfaces.

A long and rocky road has now become a viison realised. Our new clubhouse has finally opened its doors for good. Our kitchen is now fully functional with the capability of producing hot and cold snacks and refreshments. The club now operates the kitchen on match days and accepts both cash and card payment.

The club has two sets of full size goals, one smaller full size goals for the U13’s /U14’s transition into 11 a side football. There is a 3/4 set of goals to accomodate the U11’s / U12’s 9 a side action. The club also have a number of 12″x 6″ samba goals and 12″ x 6″ pop up goals for our U7’s -U10’s games. Spending money on our equipment is important and we strive to keep everything up todate in full working orde.

Our Teams & Programs

Mini Soccer

It all starts from when they are small, Alderbury football club takes its responsibilty in helping nurture our youth players from as young as 6 years of age

Youth Football

Continuing the football journey though to U18’s we are commited to fair play, equal opportunities and developing our youth players


Adult football

Adult football is where it all began at Alderbury in 1903. The club continues to keep the tradition of adult football and are very proud of our current adults team achievements.



Alderbury is a regional hub for the FA youth referee mentoring academy. We repect our refs as much as our club members.


Training days

We love to host training days and holiday training camps and this has always been a regular part of the Alderbury football calendar. Training days are always driven by our volunteers giving up time to coach children in and outside the club. Keep and eye on this page for our next planned training program

Open days

Through the football season we have several open days. These are to bring new players looking to join an opportunity to get a feel for the club, its coaches and facilities. We don’t have football trials and we don’t turn players away based on their abilities. Instead we adopt an “everyone gets to play football” ethos.

Volunteers & Coaches

Like any grassroots football club, Alderbury relies on its kind volunteers and coaches to keep the club running smoothly and to help provide a fun and quality environment to keep children playing safely. There is is no such thing as to many volunteers and so if you have a desire to get involved please do contact the club.

Club History

Alderbury Football Club was formed in 1903 in the village of Alderbury 5 miles south of Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Over the years the club has become an integral part of the village and works closely with the Parish council, Longford Estate, Alderbury & West Grimstead C Of E Primary School and many other organisations to help continue its success. It was involved in helping to produce the village plan and was also involved in the consultation for the Salisbury & District local development framework.

The club originally consisted of one men’s team that played on the local recreation field in the Saturday Salisbury & District league. The field was owned by Longford Estate and sub-let to the football club by the parish council.​ Originally, the changing facilities were a small block building intended for use by the Cricket club as a store.  Read how things  developed over the years:


Earliest records of club matches were found


Club builds a new pavilion – a much improved facility


Football fever results in a surge of clubs requiring growth and investment


Alderbury FC becomes 3rd club to gain FA ‘Community status’ charter standard


Saturday Seniors claim Salisbury & district premier league title, Morrison Cup and Premier Cup


Men’s sunday team runners up in Salisbury & District Division 1


U16 Girls win Plate Cup and 3rd in Winchester League Division 1


U14’s Win Testway Cup

Become Volunteer, Donate or Sponsor Today

Alderbury FC is an amazing and vibrant community that is looking to grow and develop as we have done throughout our history. We welcome volunteers, Donations to the club and Sponsors.

Club Sponsors

Want to Join The Club?

Alderbury FC is ready to welcome people – new and old – into our friendly and competitive club as players, volunteers or sponsors. Don’t hesitate to get involved in this fantastic and growing community!