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Worthing FC Supporters Association was formed in Spring 2002, and held it's inaugural meeting with the Supporters in May 2002. Although the Association is independent of the Football Club, it strives to work with the Directors and Employees of Worthing FC towards mutually beneficial aims.

The main aims are outlined at the start of the Constitution (that you can read here in full):

  • To support, promote and foster interest in Worthing Football Club Limited (hereinafter referred to as “the Football Club”) to assist the Football Club to achieve the highest possible standard of football for the town of Worthing
  • To raise funds in order to finance or partly finance projects agreed by WFCSA with the Directors of the Football Club aimed at improving facilities for supporters in the ground and clubhouses or to provide the Football Club with items of equipment.
  • To forge a close relationship with the Football Club in order that the views of WFCSA are fully taken into account in the general decision making of the Football Club.

WFCSA is concerned to best represent it's members' interests, and is answerable only to it's members - if you wish to discuss anything with the WFCSA Committee, please email us, or contact one of us at the Match Day Office.




This site is maintained by Paul Allison for WFCSA. The web-space has been kindly donated by Netley Abbey Tartan Army, of which Paul is a founder member.