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Our Clubs

With a rich history dating back several decades, the club is at the heart of the local community and has established itself as a pillar of strength in the rugby fraternity of the region. With a strong ethos the Men’s 1st XV and 2nd XV compete weekly over winter. Tag rugby now has a place for training every Monday evening and a festival in the summer. The Minis & Juniors thrive with training on a Sunday morning for U5’s right up to U16’s. A recent addition of the Wolves side for special needs is a tag rugby team with the emphasis on involvement and fun!

With over 125 years of history WHC has much to be proud of and remember fondly. Today we have 5 men’s and 5 ladies teams competing throughout the season as well as a successful junior Wildcats portion of the club with training for all ages from 5 up to 16 on a Sunday morning.

Wallingford & Crowmarsh Football Club are the result of an amalgamation between Crowmarsh Youth Football Club and Wallingford Town AFC. As the merged Wallingford & Crowmarsh Football Club we are delighted in being able to deliver both amateur youth and adult football throughout the town of Wallingford and its surrounding area and we are always on the lookout for new football players, with both boys and girls welcome. Adult teams include a men’s 1st team and a highly successful ladies team.

Hithercroft Squash and Racketball Club is situated on the outskirts of Wallingford in Oxfordshire and has 3 competitive teams. If you like playing squash for fun or competitively and would like to become a member or just play an occasional game of squash then we’d love to hear from you.

Founded in 1952, we have grown steadily and benefit from 5 all-weather hard courts and floodlight facilities meaning we can play all year round. The club competes in various county competitions at all ages and abilities.

Wallingford Castle Archers is one of the largest archery clubs in the UK, with over 200 members. We have a family friendly atmosphere with around half our members under 18, but we are also competitive and have had success at national level. Archery is a highly inclusive sport, with juniors able to learn alongside grandparents, and able bodied alongside disabled.

Pétanque (pronounced ‘pay-tonk’) is also known as boules. It is one of the most inclusive sports and can be played by practically everybody, of all ages and including people with reduced agility. As with many sports clubs, some members will be competition minded and others will mostly play for social enjoyment. Pétanque Wallingford has a good balance of both, fielding teams in regional and national leagues while also catering for more relaxed play at regular club sessions and events. Club sessions are held several times a week throughout the year. Members also organise games at times to suit themselves.

ABM Skittles is open to all; our club runs two skittles leagues at the Sports Park, Monday to Thursday evenings, during the winter months as well as a Summer League. Skittles is a traditional, social, group activity. It is a game which can be enjoyed by all ages without the need for great skill or physical ability.  Quite simply, good fun for all participants and watchers.