PENICUIK ATHLETIC YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB
OUR CLUB, OUR COMMUNITY, OUR FUTURE
We are an Amateur Football Club based in Penicuik, Midlothian and the Youth Football branch of Penicuik Athletic Community Football Club.
Our club traces our origins to Eskmills football club back in 1955, we were founded to give local people sporting opportunities.
The club has progressed over 60 years, growing from a small base to now having over 350 registered players and 60 volunteers
The ethos of community enhancement and development, as well as a strong focus on family is very important to us.
We have links with local school Beeslack High, Midlothian Council and The Glencorse centre along with fantastic support and sponsorship from the Local community.
PAYFC became a registered charity (SC046914) in 2016.
Scottish FA Quality Mark
Our Club promotes the highest standards of discipline and respect in its players towards its fellow players, coaches, opposition and referees. In doing so, we seek to develop in each young player the right attitude and approach to assist in providing the best possible start for their future career either in or out of football.
We are affiliated to ESSDA; SERYFA; SYFA and the SFA. By demonstrating its commitment to player development and higher levels of coach education, child protection, first aid and Community engagement, Penicuik Athletic Youth Football Club has progressed from achieving the standard award in 2009 to the Legacy award in 2015. The legacy Award is the highest accreditation within the SFA Quality Mark Framework. The Club is proud of this significant achievement.
More information on the SFA Quality Mark Framework can be found here...
HOME VENUES & DIRECTIONS
Penicuik Sports Pavilion, Bog Road, Penicuik EH26 9BT
Penicuik Park Astro, Near The Old Pavilion/Public Park, Penicuik
Across from the Penicuik Sports Pavilion, Bog Road
Beeslack Community High School, Edinburgh Road,
Penicuik, EH26 0QF
Our coach/team details can be found HERE but for any general queries, please fill in the following contact form: