Who are we?
The organisers have been involved in the growth and development of Walking Football in the UK since early 2014.
Mick Quinn is a Member of The Society of Sports Therapists and has a BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Sports Therapy. He has worked in professional football with Brentford FC, Wycombe Wanderers and Crawley Town.
He set up his over 50s Walking Football club in Cove, Hampshire as a way of introducing late stage rehabilitation patients back into physical activity over 4 years ago. All the principles and foundations of the Club and its rules are built on peer reviewed medical research with measurable facts and evidence, and not solely on individual opinions.
Tony Grace is a Chartered Accountant and graduate of the University of Glasgow and was until recently Chief Financial Officer of the UK's largest independent home delivery company. Prior to that he spent 20 years in telecoms as a senior executive in Virgin Media.
Tony became involved in Walking Football in its early days and has been actively involved in a number of European tours.
Cove Rapidly Ageing Pensioners...
based in Farnborough, Hampshire were the stars of the original Barclays Digital Eagles TV advert. Many believe this is responsible for the rapid growth of the sport across the UK.
The club boasts over 135 signed members and conducts 3 Walking Football sessions weekly.