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Welcome to Warminster Highbury Youth Football Club. 

Please note:  This website is now an archive website and informatin contained may not be up to date.  For all the latest information regarding Highbury, please visit

Highbury, the home of Youth Football in Warminster is a thriving club that has been running for over 25 years now and caters for teams from Under 6s to Under 17s.
We are also now running 3 successfull girls only teams (Under 10, Under 11 and Under 13). If you are interested, please checkout our Teams Pages and contact our Girls Managers and/or Coaches.
We are proud to be an FA Charter Standard club, meaning that we meet the very highest standards required by the FA. To become an FA Charter Standard club, you need to have in place a management committee, formal rules and codes of conduct. Also, all of our Managers and Assistant Coaches must be cleared through the enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check and also hold an upto date Child Protection Certification. In addition, all Managers also hold the minimum of FA Level 1 certificate in football training and are first aid qualified.

Please have a look around, comment in our guest book, contact our Managers / Committee and most importantly let your children enjoy the safe, structured football that we provide for Warminster and the surrounding villages.
If you are interested in joining Highbury Youth FC or wish to find out what its all about, your best bet is to have a quick chat with the relevent manager of the age group you are interested in. Checkout our Teams  Page for details on this.

We hope you enjoy looking around our site and seeing what Youth Football is like. Also, check out our archive section, if you played for Highbury in the past, chances are you will be on a picture in there somewhere.

Information for visiting clubs. 

At Warminster Highbury, we adhere to the FA Respect initiative and as such we expect our visitors to do so also.

In line with all clubs adhering to this initiative, we follow the following
  • Codes of Conduct for Players, Officials and Spectators
  • Designated Spectators’ Area
  • The captain takes responsibility
  • The referee manages the game
Further information on the Respect Initiative can be found Here

Locations and localised information for our match pitches can be found in the About Us Page

We would also urge all parents/guardians of both our own and visiting players to signup and watch the FA Respect video that can be found at the link below.

Thank you.
New Highbury Website - Online now

As of Friday 10th July 2015, there will be a new Highbury website supportng the expanding club. 

You should use the new website for all the latest information regarding Highbury

This website will remain unchanged for approximately 12 months, whiie the historical data is moved to the new site.  After that, it is unlikely that this website will continue.

To visit the new Highbury website, please navigate to

Remember, we are also on Facebook (link at the top of this page)