Woking Park & Horsell Football Club
WHFC run three teams with the firsts and reserves competing on a Saturday in the Surrey Intermediate League Western League, and the 'A' team competing in the Guildford & Woking Alliance League. Woking and Horsell Football Club (WHFC) has been in existence in its present guise since 1990. In that year two local football clubs Woking Park, founded 1972, and Horsell, founded 1921, merged together in order to compete at a higher level. WHFC has enjoyed success in this league becoming league champions in 2000/2001 as well as numerous cup final victories including the Surrey County Cup in 2005.
The club on average signs around 70 players (Senior) for the season the majority of which are from the surrounding area and whose ages range from 16 years upwards. WHFC training is announced on the website but aim to train twice a week on a Tuesday & Thursday evenings at 7:30pm till 9.00pm at their ground, which is shared with Woking and Horsell Cricket Club, at Brewery Road, Horsell. In recent years, the club have been able to create a link with the defunct Bisley FC to use the ground at Lion Park, Bisley. This facility allows the club to continue progressing. Pre-Season starts at the beginning of July. The club can also boast the distinction of being the last FA affiliated football club to play under the twin towers of Wembley.