CWF Photos & Video

Welcome to Chelmsford City Walking Football photo and video gallery, unfortunately we are missing our cups, trophies and medal ceremonies, we are just too modest to show off

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All the team members and our supporters with our tour buss


The most important part of a team are our supporters in fine form



Player medals from the tournament



First injury on the tour, the new mediacl kit worked fine

Listen to the latest news from Chelmsford City Walking Football on their latest video with Bob Willis



Chelmsford City Walking Football off on a European Tournament in Almelo in the Netherlands, fully kitted up. Three of the City Team members were delighted to pick up kit bags to use on the trip sponsored by MKM Building Supplies. The bags were presented by Allan Davis of MKM who said he was happy to support the team and wished the team well in the tournament



Peter & Bob invited by the Essex FA to present the cup winners medals as special guests. Bobs memory of the night was just trying to keep warm as it was freezing cold, the smile is tryng to keep his teeth from chattering



There is no way that Chelmsford City Walking Football goalkeepers are competitive!!!



CCWF Whites playing at North Weald in the Essex Walking Football Tournament



CCWF Clarets playing at North Weald in the Essex Walking Football Tournament


Chelmsford City Walking Football player in East Ham Walking Footy Tournament on Saturday 5th November. Here is the very happy team with cup and winners medals



CCWF supporters club members were in also attendance to cheer on their favorite players

The second Essex Walking Football Tournament was held in Braintree on 28th November, a very cold and windy day. Its part of the reason our players did not undress to the last possible moment


It was cold but as always we had fun, not much sponsorship branding on show till game time



Taking time in goal is not what most people want to do especially on a cold day


First and last injury of the day to CCWF stand in keeper


















Action shots from Chelmsford City Walking Football Team at the first ever Essex Walking Football Tournament arranged by CCWF. All photos by Chris Manning


Chelmsford City WF Team playing at Uxbridge Amblers Walking Football Club in the Southern Regional Finals of the National Tournament


Chelmsford City Walking Football parading their new kit at the Chelmsford City ground

Teams preparing in the changing rooms at Chelmsford City ground



Team member discussing their plan for the day, how to keep dry in the rain



Our team tent provided a nice place to relax between matches



CCWF players modeling their new kit



Keeping dry in the stand and debating some of the score lines



We were very please with our supporters who braved the wind and rain to support CCWF



A recent news story in the Essex Chronicle promotes our walking football activity and our partnership with Chelmsford City Football Club read the story and tell your friends to come and play

Below you will find recent photographs of team members doing what they do best, having fun trying to kick a ball around at high speed with some sort of control


Evening out for some of our team members in Maldon, Essex for the Walking Football United Tournament 2015. We are please to say we are now through to the next round and Essex Champions for the second year running


Find out more about Chelmsford Walking Football with our latest video



Made In Essex feature Chelmsford Walking Football read it all in the latest issue



Team without the Bob with the camera



The teams we played at Shooters were all younger than us, our excuse



Cold and wet night at Shooters Tournament



CCWF team captain Mick being presented with our recent tournament trophy by Russ Fraser, Director of Football from Chelmsford City Football Club



CCWF players that formed two separate teams to play in our recent tournament



Players from all of the teams that attended the CCWF tournament held in February



Chelmsford City Walking Football Club in its first tournament part of the FA Peoples Cup competition playing three games. One win, one draw and one defeat, now we move on to our next challenge


Chelmsford Walking Football & Chelmsford City Football Club announce a new force in Walking Football in Essex - Chelmsford City Walking Football Club. A new kit is great news for the players


Children in Need tournament held at Shooters North Weald, Essex


CWF were in action again for Children in Need tournament held at Shooters North Weald, Essex in November. Playing football, what else and of course helping to raise money for the charity

Chelmsford Walking Football team was recently featured in the Essex Chronicle with a reported circulation of 26,000. Reporter Samuel Balls and photographer Gareth Morgan attending the South Eastern Tournament and produced a full page spread for the October 23rd edition which you can read Here


Essex Chronicle feature page on Chelmsford Walking Football, click the image for a copy of the page as a pdf file


Reporter Sam, a Spurs supporter, is seen above interviewing Phil Taylor one of the team


Chelmsford Walking Football Team who played in the South Eastern Tournament Playoff in October 2014


Footballing action from the South Eastern Tournament Playoff in October 2014 in Chelmsford


Watch all of the goals and excitement from our second tournament


Our tournament teams ready for action and hungry for a match


Pre match discussion and team tactics for the match, notice how our shirt sponsors are all about food!

Chelmsford Walking Football Team at a recent tournament held in Walton on Thames. Its fortunate that our goal keeper played a blinder. Like England we are not too good at taking penalties


Footballers are sometimes accused of not knowing which foot to kick the ball with. As you get older its also difficult to remember what sock to put on which foot, but we need a little reminder


Watch the CFW video and see members of the CWF team show their footballing skills and hear why they feel walking benefits them and the reasons why anyone can get involved and have a little fun