Egerton Football Club was formed in 2002 to promote and co-ordinate all football-related activities at Egerton Youth Club.

The club was founded to provide a fun, friendly and safe environment in which boys and girls from the local community are able to develop their talents by practicing and playing football.


Here at Egerton Football Club our aim is to;

Provide a correct club structure and appropriate facilities whilst promoting the game of Association Football.

To arrange matches and social activities for its members and players and to encourage community participation in the same.

Egerton strives to mentor its members, volunteers, players and managers and provide them with development opportunities both within the game and in the community.


  • We have a membership of over 500 young players and 100 adult players from Knutsford and the surrounding areas
  • We run a Saturday Club each week with over 100 participants aged 3 -7 years
  • We operate 37 youth football teams
  • We operate 7 adult teams
  • We play in yellow and black shirts, black shorts and yellow socks
  • We operate five team groups Egerton, Egerton Tatton, Egerton Lions, Egerton Panthers and Egerton Pumas...but we are one club... EGERTON!
  • We are self-financing through our subscriptions and fundraising
  • Egerton FC is affiliated to Egerton Youth Club and we have responsibility for all football activities at the Youth Club
  • In 2007 the club achieved Charter Standard which means that the club has met the FA requirements for best practice in training and development along with child welfare and community involvement.
  • In 2012, we created our first team ground to meet the requirements of the Cheshire League to enable the club to continue its journey to be part of the football league pyramid.
  • In 2015 the facility was awarded 3G Artificial Pitch of the Year by Cheshire FA
  • In 2016 Egerton FC was awarded Charter Standard Community Club of the Year by Cheshire FA
  • IIn 2016 our Ladies First Team was promoted to the North West Regional Women’s League