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Youth football in South West London

Providing a positive and fun football experience

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Our club

Barnes Eagles Football Club is a junior club for boys and girls of all ages in Barnes, South West London. The Club provides a safe, friendly and fun environment for children to learn and play football. Through our partnerships with Coerver Coaching, Commentary Box and Barn Elms Sports Trust, we provide high-quality coaching from an early age amid excellent training and playing facilities.

Training and matches

  • Training on Saturday mornings during term time (see training times below)

  • Matches on Sunday mornings during term time (Surrey Youth League)

  • Independant and Coerver coaches for children aged 5–16 years (boys and girls)

  • FA-qualified, first aid trained and DBS checked coaches


Training times

Saturday 9am–10.30am: U6 Boys & Girls, U7 Boys, U8 Boys, U8 Girls, U9 Girls, U10 Girls, U11 Girls, U18 Girls.

Saturday 10.45am–12.15pm: U9 Boys, U10 Boys, U11 Boys, U12 Girls, U13 Girls.

Midweek (please enquire): U12 Boys, U13 Boys, U13 Girls, U14 Girls, U14 Boys, U16 Boys, U17 Boys, U18 Boys, Seniors Reserves, Seniors 1st Team.

Child safeguarding policy

We follow The FA's guidelines for safeguarding children, please see:

Safeguarding policy and procedures

Video about safeguarding children in football

Football kit

Barnes Eagles football kit can be purchased through your child's coach.

Performance football camps

Barnes Eagles FC runs Performance Football camps during school holidays and half terms for children aged 5-12 years old. Our fun and exciting camps aim to challenge children to develop their technical and tactical football skills alongside expert coaches, in a safe, fun environment. The camps run from 9am-3pm and are charged at £35 per day or £28 a day if block booking.


We welcome enquiries at any time during the season so please get in touch to find out more about Barnes Eagles FC, Performance Football Camps or to arrange a free first training session for your child. We look forward to hearing from you!



Skills Coach

We deliver our weekly football training sessions around a carefully crafted age-appropriate programme. Each week we aim to develop the core fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting, receiving, defending and team play.  The sessions are delivered by our experienced, FA qualified coaches that:

  • Build confidence through a foundation of skills such as dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting

  • Use fun activities that build fundamental movement skills such as agility, balance, coordination, and speed

  • Promote decision-making, creativity and resilience through small sided games

  • Advance tactical understanding such as creating space and decision making in game realistic scenarios

  • Develop the thinking of ‘When’, ‘Where’ and ‘How’ to perform skills, and to understand attacking and defending principles

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Commentary Box

Commentary Box is the platform we use to manage club membership and fees. When you join Barnes Eagles you will be invited to join Commentary Box. You can use Commentary Box to:

  • Keep informed about training and matches

  • Communicate with coaches and other parents

  • Monitor your child’s development

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Barn Elms Sports Trust

Barn Elms Sports Trust (BEST) is a registered charity dedicated to ensuring the future of the sporting provision on the old Barn Elms Playing Fields site in SW13. The site is imperative to the local community, providing playing fields and facilities for a variety of local schools, sporting teams and community groups. For more information, visit



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Enquire about training sessions

To arrange a free first training session or for any other questions, please fill in the details here. Please tell us the following if applicable: name of child, age and school year, gender, experience to date.

How to find us

Barn Elms Sports Trust, Barn Elms Playing Fields, Queen Elizabeth

Walk, Barnes, London SW13 9SA. Free parking is available at the playing fields (second gate on the right as you drive down Queen Elizabeth Walk). There is also a cafe at the clubhouse. No dogs are allowed anywhere on the Barn Elms site.

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