Welcome to Walton Casuals Juniors FC, the home of 35 teams ranging from Under-6 to Under-18.
Two players from the U18 Juniors team debut for the Walton Casuals Seniors team in their match against 3rd place Cray Wanderers on 21st April in the Bostik League
U18 Juniors are Surrey Primary League Cup Winners as they beat Godalming Town 3-0 in a hard fought final at the Elmbridge Xcel Hub
The U13 Panthers secured promotion to SYL Elite with a draw against Claygate on Sunday 25th March.
On 7th March the Hub hosted a CPD event care of Surrey County FA. The demonstration was led by FA Affiliate tutor Amy Price, assisted by Chloe Longdon and centred around ‘Unlocking the potential of a games generation’
With the announcement of our new Ladies’ Senior and Reserve teams, the progress of the U14 Jewels has recently gone
The title of ‘Brainiest WCJ Team’ this year goes to the U12 Tigers in a hard fought battle at the Hub
Anthony Gale’s team were unstoppable and their brand of passing football which in their League has earned them the sobriquet of the ‘Bostik Man City’
Under the lights at the Waterside Hub, the WC FC U21 team made their opening night debut
U18 Juniors reach the Final of the Surrey Cup
Walton Casuals Juniors are delighted to announce our first summer tournaments alongside C S Coaching & Event Management in June 2018!
Walton Casuals have completed the signings of Ellis Wisdom, Bailey Tanner and Calogero Scannella from the Under-18s.
Louise writes herself into the Walton Casuals Juniors’ record books by smashing a long standing record
Panthers took on a team from Tooting in the County Cup that they knew little about apart from the fact
Top of the table clash see Panthers come out as comfortable winners to maintain their 100% start to the season
The weather made it difficult with a strong wind blowing against the Panthers in the first half, but for the
Panthers maintained their 100% start to the season with their 7th win on the bounce.
Bears came into today’s game with 2 influential players missing in Dan and Ollie T. How would the Bears
Panthers win comfortably, and would have been a cricket score but for some excellent goal keeping from Carshalton. On a sunny
In what became a nail biter of a thriller a resolute and strong Panthers team powered home to win 4-3