Sheerwater FC

CURRENT FORM

Nickname The Sheers
Founded 1958
Ground Sheerwater Recreation Ground,Sheerwater
League Combined Counties League Division One
2011-12 18th
Chairman Chris Wye
Managers John Cook & Dave Robertson

The club was founded in 1958, by John French, and they began life as members of the Woking & District League. After achieving Intermediate status, they joined the Surrey Intermediate League (Western) in 1967. The club was a founding member of the Home Counties League in 1978, which was renamed a year later to the Combined Counties League. They are currently members of the Combined Counties League Division One. The Jam played some of their early gigs at the clubhouse, before releasing their breakthrough song "In The City". Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler all went to Sheerwater Secondary School which is now called The David Brown Secondary School and is situated adjacent to Sheerwater Football Club. The club has recently announced that plans for a redevelopment of their ground, in support and in conjunction with Woking Athletics Club, have been passed by their local council and the future looks bright for them. Chris Wye became the new chairman of the club in July 2012.