We are a London based, non-profit making body that organises and manages a small football club, with the objective of developing young and adult talents from different communities, in
the hope that some of them will progress through the amateur level to the professional levels. Equally, by supporting social diversity and community integration, we hope to also help
build confidence and friendship within the different communities.
We started in summer 1991 at Chestnuts Park (Opposite St. Ann’s Hospital, South Tottenham N15) as a group of friends and family kicking about every Sunday afternoon, then progressed to
organising football matches against other friends, who had taken the same cue and interest in kicking about every Sunday in other parts of London. We then moved a few times around, before
settling at Down Lane Recreational Ground, Park View Road Tottenham in summer 1996.
In 2003 we got affiliated with Middlesex County Football Association (MCFA) and joined the Ghana Football Society (GFS) League, which we initiated and help to formalise through the
MCFA. In 2005, Park View FC through commitment, discipline and hard work was awarded The FA Charter Standard, which we have continued to renew every year through the FA’s Annual Health
Check. We are also active members of the Haringey Football Development Forum, with our Chairman as President who works in partnership with Tottenham Hotspurs and the London Borough
of Haringey to develop football within the borough. In the last few years, we have been working with ‘Get Active London,’ ‘Pro-Active London’ and ‘InterActive’ to encourage participation by
disabled people, ethnic minorities and other inactive social groups as demonstrated in our previous fitness projects with Health for Haringey and our new Soccer Fitness project every
summer. As a way of recognising our efforts in the community, we were nominated as Adult Club of
the year for 2010 and Best Club Coach in 2011 by Haringey Borough at the ‘Haringey Celebrating’ Sports Awards.
We currently have 5 teams which include a Senior Men’s Team, a Female Team in the GFS Social Women’s League and 3 College Youth and Juniors Teams, one of which is in the LFL & ELE
League. As part of our School Links and Satellite Sport Club Partnership Project, we also work with Park View Academy, Seven Sisters Primary School in Haringey and deliver free Football
Coaching Sessions for College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL).
With this firm club structure in place along with the relentless efforts of all our Management, Coaching Staff, Volunteers and Members, Park View FC have enjoyed continuous success
throughout the years.
HONOURS AND SUCCESSES
2017-18 : CHAMPIONS: SPARTAN SOUTH MIDLANDS LEAGUE (DIV 2) 2017-18 : CHAMPIONS: SPARTAN SOUTH MIDLANDS DIV 2 CUP
2016–17: CHAMPIONS: AFC FOOTBALL LEAGUE (SENIORS1 DIV).
2015–16: CHAMPIONS: AFC FOOTBALL LEAGUE (SENIORS2 DIV).
2014–15: CHAMPIONS: AFC FOOTBALL LEAGUE (DIV 1 - NORTH).
2014–15: CHAMPIONS: MIDDLESEX COUNTY FA CUP.
2013–14: CHAMPIONS: LONDON COMMERCIAL LEAGUE CUP.
2012–13: CHAMPIONS: LONDON COMMERCIAL LEAGUE (DIVISION 1). 2011–12: CHAMPIONS: LONDON FOOTBALL LEAGUE (PREMIER DIV).
2011–12: CHAMPIONS: LONDON FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP.
2010–11: CHAMPIONS: LONDON FOOTBALL LEAGUE (PREMIER DIV).
2010–11: CHAMPIONS: LONDON FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP.
2009–10: CHAMPIONS: MIDDLESEX COUNTY FA CUP.
2009–10: FINALIST: LONDON FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP.
2009–10: CHAMPIONS: LONDON FOOTBALL LEAGUE (PREMIER DIV).
2009–10: CHAMPIONS: GFS WOMENS LEAGUE.
2007-08: FINALIST: MIDDLESEX COUNTY LEAGUE (MCFL) SENIOR OPEN CUP. 2007-08: CHAMPIONS: MIDDLESEX COUNTY FA CUP.
2007-08: CHAMPIONS: MIDDLESEX COUNTY FOOTBALL LEAGUE (MCFL-DIV 1). 2006-07: CHAMPIONS: GFS-MCFA LEAGUE (PREMIER DIV).
2005-06: FINALIST: GFS-MCFA LEAGUE-CUP.
2005-06: CHAMPIONS: GFS-MCFA LEAGUE (PREMIER DIV).
We believe we do a lot of good work in our community and its all due to the very high standards that we have set for ourselves. With every effort and stride made we sincerely believe
Park View FC have come a long way. The club’s sharpness and ability to keep a tight focus both on and off the pitch as reflected in our nickname ‘Snipers’ will ensure we go forth to
achieve even better heights in the future.