Kew Park Rangers Football Club


Kew Park Rangers welcomes every child whatever their skill level, fitness level or gender. If you want somewhere that’s fun, encouraging and dedicated to improving your child’s football skills then KPR is for you.

Kew Park Rangers is a Charter Standard Community Club run by parent volunteers who give their time to help with the coaching, administration and running of the club. It is thanks to the dedication of these volunteers that KPR is an integral part of the community.

Training / Match Announcements


Saturday 6th November

Sunday 8th November

Christs’s Church School Richmond
All training cancelled Sat 9th January TBC
Sheen Common
Matches cancelled Sun 10th Jan Matches cancelled Sun 10th Jan
North Sheen Recreation Park
Training Sat 9th Jan cancelled at North Sheen Rec Matches cancelled  Sun 10th Jan
University of Westminster
Training at University of Westminster for following teams U9/u10 – ½ water pitch each from 0900 to 1000

U8 – ½ sand pitch from 0900 to 1000

U11 – ½ sand pitch from 1000 to 1100


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Joana SantosVery sad that we have food banks in the XXI century in a super power nation. I don't understand it!

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KPR ADULTS LOSE ON PENALTIES… The mighty Albion travelled to the picturesque setting of Marble Hill for a Senior League Cup Clash against young upstarts Kew Park Rangers. In a little under ten years, our opposition, already an FA Chartered Community Club, have established a fine set up, with teams for all ages, and in all likelihood the bulk of the squad who form their adult senior side would have probably played together at a younger age. They are currently bossing the KDFL Division One and will be playing Premier Division football next year. And don’t expect their meteoric rise to end there… A depleted Eagles squad, but nevertheless Manager Grahame Puckett took 15 players to Marble Hill, a wonderful open space in the borough of Richmond, where in the summer magnificent open air concerts of classical music can be enjoyed. This unfortunately was not appreciated by the Albion lads whose idea of entertainment are the Strippers served up on a Sunday lunchtime in the old Sir Robert Peel... A dry bright day, our pitch was a somewhat tight area, well drained but could do with a roll, but then we all could I suppose. Our ultras formed the majority of the watching crowd, which this week saw former player Rory among their number. Always good to see ex player’s showing their support. Our referee was a good friend of the KDFL, Mr Coughlan, looking radiant as ever… To the game and despite starting the game with 10 players, Kew definitely were the better side in the first half and could have easily had four goals were it not for some outstanding saves by Sean Frazer who is maturing like a fine bottle of Chateau Lafite Rothschild in just his second season with the club. As we all know Deighton Beard is one of the kindest and most generous players this association has ever known and he in particular felt very bad that the home side had just the 10 men, doing his very best to rectify the matter by trying to score not one but two own goals. Thankfully in Psycho we trust… Sean Kelly has plenty of habits, good and bad, and his latest one is to score sensational goals. Just seven days after converting what he described as ‘one of my greatest ever’ he went one step further midway through the first half when against the run of the play the ball fell to his feet like the favourite cardinal does at a pope, and the resulting connection was nothing short of electrifying as the ball left his foot like a rocket and went straight into the back of the net from approximately 30 yards. The keeper despite consuming three Shredded Wheat for breakfast simply couldn’t react quick enough. Kew undeservedly found themselves 1-0 down. Even the ref clapped… HT 1-0 The second half saw the Albion get off to a shaky start and not long after the break Kew levelled matters when their centre forward calmly slotted home from an acute angle. From every negative they say there is a positive and the goal certainly prompted the Albion to up their game which they did. Gradually the Eagles had more of the possession and began to take the game to the younger home side. Plenty of chances fell to the Albion but converting proved difficult and at 90 mins the score remained 1-1 which meant a further 30 mins of extra time. Again I think I would be well within my rights to say the Albion dominated the subsequent two periods of 15 mins play but an inability to convert legitimate chances saw the score remain the same after two full hours of play. On to penalties. As always I find sudden death a hazy affair but I do know is that this time around there was no P***Y footing around like we did against Holland Sports and all five spot kicks were hit with the necessary venom, the winning conversion scored by young Cheese, who was the toast of his team mates. Nice to get on top in penalties and hard luck to young Kew who are a fine young club no doubt going on to bigger and better things in time. We wish them well in their quest for the Division One title and will no doubt see them next season… Can't fault our effort at the moment it's pulling us through at the moment That and a full squad. we could so easily have lost this game but for a worldy & an absolutely stunning display from psycho. Odd that we score when kew's 11th man turns up. ... See MoreSee Less

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