Parent Fundraising Support Team
Future Fundraising Events
A new club mission statement was agreed by an all coach meeting held in Peebles Golf Club earlier this year. This was developed as part of our move to adopt Positive Coaching Scotland philosophy.
More details of aims and objectives of the club can be found on the Club Policy Page.
Club Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide opportunities for all young people in Peebles and the surrounding area to play football in an environment that is safe and enjoyable, and allows all children to develop and improve to the best of their ability. Our principal philosophy is the provision of a safe and supportive community based environment, which encourages skill development, fitness, fair play and teamwork.
Peebles Strips in Africa
One set of our old Adidas football strips have been put to good use when India Bhatia, a fifth year student who has been helping out our P4 squad for the last few months spent her half term in Kenya.
Read the full story here.
New P1s Training starts Friday 22 August 6-7 pm at Whitestone Park
If your son or daughter is starting P1 this year and is born in 2009 then come along and join Peebles FC.
Training will start from this Friday 22 August between 6:00 - 7:00 pm. While your child trains you can register them to be members of the club.
Registration will be open at the Peebles FC Hut next to the Cricket Pavilion. See map on Junior Page.
Registration will be open each Friday during the training session where full information will be provided.
Fees for 2014-15 will be due by mid September. Fees for each section can be found on their respective pages. This year we are introducing new methods of payments. If your child is in the Junior section you will be able to pay by Credit Card. You will also have the option to pay monthly by Direct Debit (speak to your lead coach about forms) or download form from here. Finally, if you prefer to pay by cash or cheque you can still do that but we will require full payment of the annual fee if you choose that method.
Junior Section Outdoor Training