How to Apply:
If you are interested in joining Peckham Town FC as our Assistant Coach, we encourage you to apply by Thursday 15 June. Please send your application, outlining your experience in playing and/or coaching football, to [email protected] or reach out to us via direct message on our social media channels.
We look forward to hearing from passionate individuals who are eager to contribute to the success of our team. Together, we can make a difference and continue the exciting journey of Peckham Town FC in the Kent County League Premier Division. Join us today!
Peckham Town FC, established in 1982, is a football club deeply rooted in the community of Peckham and its surrounding areas. Our club stands out for its commitment to inclusivity, community engagement, and the development of local talent. You can read more about what makes our club special here.
We embrace diversity, creating an inclusive environment where players of all backgrounds and skill levels feel welcome. Our youth development program provides a platform for aspiring footballers to grow and progress to the first team.
Peckham Town FC actively engages with the community through various initiatives and events, promoting sportsmanship, teamwork, and personal growth. We collaborate with local schools and organisations to offer coaching.
Our first team has achieved remarkable success, rising through the ranks of the Kent County League in the 2010s to reach the Premier Division (Step 7). This accomplishment reflects the dedication of our players, coaching staff, and supporters.
By becoming an Assistant Coach, you will join a club that strives for excellence on the pitch while making a positive impact in the lives of our players and the community. Join Peckham Town FC and be part of our inspiring journey in the world of football.
This is a voluntary position that offers a great opportunity to gain experience and contribute to the development of a competitive football team. All the positions at the Menace are voluntary.
The Assistant Coach will work closely with Mary Phillip (men’s first team Manager and Club Head Coach), providing support during training sessions, match days, and other team activities.
The role requires dedication and availability for training sessions and matches, typically taking place on midweek evenings and Saturday afternoons.
Strong Communication Skills: Effective communication is key to fostering a positive and productive team environment. As an assistant coach, you will be responsible for conveying instructions, providing feedback, and maintaining open lines of communication with both players and coaching staff.
Motivational Abilities: We are looking for someone who can inspire and motivate our players to perform at their best. Your role will involve encouraging teamwork, instilling confidence, and helping players reach their full potential on and off the pitch.
Introduction to Coaching Football Course: The ideal candidate will have completed the Introduction to Coaching Football course or be willing to undertake it. We value individuals who are committed to continuous learning and development.
Connections in Step 6 or 7: It would be advantageous if you have connections and contacts within the football community, particularly players at Step 6 or 7. Your network can help us identify potential talent and strengthen our squad for the upcoming season.