The Wembley Stallions were founded in 2013 with a single goal: to offer safe, fun, competitive American football to anyone desiring to play. The club strives to provide a structure that’s conducive to meeting this goal of fair and safe play. Each year, the club intends to provide competitive football for all.
Recruitment is an on-going process. Athletes, Coaches and Volunteers are welcome to join us at any time.
Players are assigned to position based on skill level to create a competitive squad. We understand the desire to play the position that motivates an individual and we give consideration, and accommodation when possible. However, we also have a responsibility to field a competitive team. Therefore, we reserve the right to train you in the most suitable position.
Health & Safety
Health and safety is paramount within the Stallions’ community. As such all of our coaching staff are BAFCA level 1 compliant.
At least 50% of the knowledge required to become BAFCA level 1 compliant is in health and safety. For both the players and coaches we insist that, before being involved in competition, they are aware of the correct techniques and therefore the safest techniques for playing and coaching.
The Wembley Stallions have not just a full physio team, but employ a Concussion Officer who is an expert in concussion and most importantly concussion management.
For more information you can contact Coach Joey Killen at email@example.com
The Stallions fall to 7-1
In a hard fought game the Stallions fell to their first loss of the season against the Cambridgeshire Cats.
After opening the scoring from the first offensive drive the Stallions offence then spent the rest of the game unable to break down the Cats defence.
The Stallions defence stood firm but were unable to stop the Cats from scoring a touchdown of their own and adding a field goal. The game clock ran out with the Stallions on the 11 yard line driving for a go-ahead score. The 10-6 scoreline reduced the home team to 7-1 and dropped them to 2nd in the division.
The Stallions will be playing their next game Sunday 31st July, against the London Hornets. The Hornets now sit at the top of the SFC II East Division and the Stallions can only win the division by beating them.
It is a home game at The Ranch, so that means an amazing afternoon of football and tailgating. Come show your support for only £2 entry and extremely friendly priced refreshments.
Kickoff will be 14:00. Be there! Support your community team, your Wembley Stallions! Respect All, Fear None!
13 – 12 Stallions @ Cambridgeshire Cats
17 – 6 Stallions vs Ipswich Cardinals
32 – 13 Stallions @ Essex Spartans
35-15 Stallions vs London Blitz B
20-10 Stallions vs Essex Spartans
41-12 Stallions @ Ipswich Cardinals
34-14 Stallions @ London Blitz B
6 – 10 Stallions vs Cambridgeshire Cats
31st July Stallions vs London Hornets
14th Aug Stallions @ London Hornets
13 – 6 Stallions vs London Blitz B
31 – 16 Stallions vs Ipswich Cardinals
20 – 37 Stallions vs Bury Saints
32 – 12 London Hornets vs Stallions
28 -27 Home to Essex Spartans vs Stallions
33 – 20 Stallions vs London Blitz B
19 – 6 Stallions vs Ipswich Cardinals
52 – 6 Bury Saints vs Stallions
41 – 0 Stallions vs London Hornets
20 – 14 Stallions vs Essex Spartans
You can call to pre-register – 07957 424218 or email the Head Coach on firstname.lastname@example.org
New players are welcome at any time
Saturday (9:30am – 1pm)
Training & Home Game Venue
136 Greenford Road
Training is given to any age, ability and gender.
- 18+ Contact
- 18+ Flag
- Under 14 (Cadet)
- Under 17 (Youth)
- Under 19 (Junior)
- Flag and Contact
A full season for the Senior team is split into three activities
- Pre-Season – 10th January 2016 until April 2016
- Regular Season – April 2016 – August 2016
- Post Season – August 2016 – September 2016
Training is held regularly and is usually twice a week and normally on Wednesday evening and Saturday day.
This does change depending on club needs and available facilities.