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Maidstone United Youth: coaches wanted

Volunteer vacancies

We are looking to strengthen our coaching teams next season and have opportunities at the following age groups:

  • Under 9s
  • Under 10s

Applicants should ideally be qualified at FA Level 1. The club have a development programme to assist managers and coaches obtain further FA qualifications.

All posts are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check and managers/coaches must commit to ensuring their FA first aid and safeguarding qualifications are kept up to date.


Football for everyone

We are committed to treating everyone fairly and recruiting, selecting, training, and promoting based on merit, experience, and other work/volunteer-related criteria. We do not discriminate against any applicant, paid or voluntary, based on age, race, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

We commit to confront and eliminate any discrimination, whether by reason of age, gender, gender assignment, sexual orientation, marital status or civil partnership, race, nationality, ethnicity, religion, ability or disability, pregnancy or maternity and to encourage equal opportunities.

Our volunteers ensure a positive commitment towards equality, diversity and inclusion by treating others fairly and not committing any form of discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description and to promote working relationships between all internal and external stakeholders.


Our story

Youth football is a major part of Maidstone United and it was players from a club youth team that made up the first team squad when the club reformed in the early 1990s.

During those wilderness years away the county town, it was our youth sides, playing on local park and school pitches, that kept the flag flying for Maidstone United in Maidstone.

Over the years, several players have gone on to have successful professional or semi-professional careers. We are immensely proud that Manchester United and England defender Chris Smalling played for our youth, reserves and first team before moving into the professional game with Fulham.

Stones youth also brought us Alex Flisher and Tom Mills – two of the most popular players to have ever donned our black and amber strip. A recent success from the youth set-up is Max Sutton. The 17-year-old has signed for the first team, having played for the club since under-8s.