Coventry's largest FA Charter Standard Football Club.
Probably the best Football Club in Coventry if not the Midlands - committed to developing quality football in a communiy environment. Formed in 1946 by the then Christ the King church committee. The club celebrated its 60th anniversary in the 2006/2007 season.
No other club in the city provides as many opportunities for children to play football or has such a strong record of developing them for selection by local Academies. The club prides itself on a strong emphasis on developing talent and ensuring that football is enjoyed by as many players as possible regardless of age or ability.
It was another year of extraordinary success for the club. The senior team appeared at the Ricoh Stadium in two Cup Finals, winning the Charity Cup and they also won the Premier League.
The junior section secured 4 cup final victories out of the 10 avaialable at junior football.
At mini-soccer level the community coaching goes from strength to strength on a Saturday morning at Bablake Playing Fields, Norman Place Road.
The Saturday Soccer School for reception children began in April and starts at 0930. See the community coaching team page for further details.
0930 - 10.30am. Fun Footy for Reception Year, girls and boys welcome. Registration at 0915.
10.00 - 11.00am. Fun Footy for Year 1, girls and boys are welcome.
We trust that the club will continue to provide a sporting outlet for children and adults in the local area and thank all players and parents for their continued support.
Hello also to all our overseas exiles old and new. The club extends a special welcome to any new visitors to the site and if you have any messages to old friends please contact us. Once a King always a King!