The FA Grassroots National Club of the Year 2019.
Chadderton Park doesn’t just pride themselves on inclusivity; it defines the club’s entire ethos.
We hold no trials, welcome players who have been told they aren’t good enough elsewhere and believe fun must come before the desire to win. That explains why we have now grown to over 90 different teams, covering children, seniors, disability squads and cerebral palsy initiatives.
A community focused club, helping local charities across the borough.
A football club is more than the name suggests - it can be the heart of a community. Through charity drives, links to local schools and an inherently positive playing environment, Chadderton Park can be truly proud of making a difference.
Poppy Flatley wins our latest Player Of The Month competition!
Hadi Hossain is our player of the month for May!
Training sessions for 5-11 year old girls returns.
Our Under 11 Vipers have won the League Cup!
Well done to Fraser Daly on winning our April Player Of The Month
Well done to our Under 15 Eagles on winning the cup today!
Under 8 Vipers and Under 7 Eagles shine on Grand Finals Day!
Our U7 Griffins and Dragons both took part in EMJFL cup days this weekend
We have extended our cerebral palsy football offering to include all forms of disability
Her Game Too is an independent organisation that is fighting to develop stronger connections between girls and football!
Our Under 8 Eagles won their second trophy of the season to end the season on a high!
Our Under 7 Lions were victorious in their MYSL Manchester Cup Final this weekend after a fantastic team performance.
Massive congratulations to Brody Carnell on winning our latest Player Of The Month competition!
Charlie Clapp wins February Player of the Month!
Shedrack Ekundayo is our first Player of the Month winner for 2022!
Ellis Simms makes Premiership debut for Everton v Chelsea
Chadderton Park over 35s Veterans beat Failsworth Athletico 4-1 to reach the semi final of the Manchester FA County Cup
Greater Manchester Sports Club of the Year 2017
Annie Taylor has been presented with another trophy from last season.
Chaddy Park Mighties beat Rochdale Raptors 25-24 to be crowned
Helen and Karen are accepting our Award on behalf of the Club Manchester FA Club of the Year 2019
653 Easter Eggs have been donated to Oldham Foodbank.
The above team from Chaddy Park ran the homeless kitchen in Oldham.
The above team from Chaddy Park help out with Oldham Street Angels.