Wargrave Wolves Football Club evolved from informal training sessions on Saturday mornings at Wargrave’s Recreation Ground. With no formal club in Wargrave, local parents and their 4–5 year-olds met up each week for an hour of relaxed training and games.
Once the group grew to 20+ boys who had all progressed really well, it was clear they now needed qualified coaching, appropriate insurance and regular matches against other local teams.
As a result local fathers acquired FA Coaching Certificates and put them into practice. Training continued at the Recreation Ground, friendly games were played once a month, and other parents were encouraged to continue to offer their support and assistance.
Then in September 2010 the Wolves, with the help of local club Twyford Comets, entered formal league football and registered 3 teams. In May 2012 the club applied to the FA to set up in its own right for the 2012/2013 season and the rest, as they say, is history!