Introduction

Charlton & Eltham Casuals FC are a Sunday League football team made up of 32 team members.

The team is from Charlton, London, England, United Kingdom and play in the Woolwich & Eltham Sunday Football Alliance 3.

Charlton & Eltham Casuals FC started using TeamStats in October 2011 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 19 games.

More about the team


Charlton & Eltham Casuals Football Club, Established in March 2011 by Chairman Benjamin Roy, Originally just a 6-A-Side team for fellow Charlton Athletic supporters.


They grew pretty fast and after a disappointing first 4 month season, They put out an A and B team in League 2 of the Soccersixes leagues at The London Soccerdome. The A team won the league convincingly unbeaten with the best goal difference and best defence record throughout all 4 leagues.


Throughout Pre-Season, The Casuals played 11-A-Side friendly's to see how they would get on but after a game with Sporting St.George, The league Chairman asked if they would be interested in entering the league late. The club was quickly Affiliated to the London FA and was ready to go.



Charlton & Eltham Casuals' home kit is Red shirts, White shorts and Red socks with the away kit as White shirts, Red shorts and White socks.


The Kit is provided by Charlton Athletic Community Trust. Made by Macron and with the Community Trust badge on the shirts.




The Casuals have a partnership with Greenwich Primary Care Trust and Kick the Habit stop smoking services as a number of current players have given up smoking on the free courses the provide. Charlton & Eltham Casuals FC are big supporters of the Stop Smoking services provided and if you are interested in giving up Smoking please contact Deb Browne via Email: deborah.browne@greenwichpct.nhs.uk

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