History

Ruishton Football Club started very informally in the spring of 2010 when a group of dads and their children gathered in the local park for a kick around on a Sunday morning. They soon realised that there was a demand for a football club in the village so they moved to Ruishton School so they could have two goals and a proper marked pitch.

The Dad's -v- Children match soon turned into a proper training session followed by a match.

Over the course of the summer more and more children started turning up and they eventually realised that if the club was to continue then it really needed to be formally setup. With 15 to 20 children turning up every week they finally registered with the Somerset FA in October 2010.

As the club grew we soon ran out of space at the school so moved back to the village park with two newly marked out pitches.

June 2011 Update: We have been accepted into the Tony Pryce Sports League.

June 2012 Update: The club continues to grow - now 4 teams.

June 2013 Update: The club continues to grow with a new team being added every year. For the 2013 / 2014 season we will have six teams, under 7's to under 12's (although under 7's are just a training team and not part of the league).  With the growing number of teams we now play at four sites, North Curry Pavilion, Ruishton School, Ruishton Park and Woodlands Castle, Ruishton.

May 2014: The club has been awarded FA Charter Standard status which is a kitemark awarded to clubs that are well run, sustainable and which place child protection, quality coaching and safety paramount.

May 2015: The club is still growing with another new training team being added to the club.

June2016:Succses the U13's win their league & the U12's come runners up in theirs.

September 2017: The club has grown again and we are going strong. With the help of FA coach mentors we can really provide quality coaching for all of our players.