Why International Surrey Football
International Surrey Football is the county's senior football team with aspirations to join ConIFA and eventually compete in the ConIFA World Football Cup and European Football Cup. We debuted with our men's team in 2018 against Barawa, the host for the World Football Cup that took place in London in the summer of 2018, the final saw a crowd of almost 3,000 people fit into the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium in Enfield, meanwhile, we won our men's debut game, a 3-1 win and was an experience our players greatly enjoyed and motivated to play for the county team again as well as interest from other Surrey players that want to now represent their county an opportunity not offered by the Surrey FA.
We have received a positive reception from clubs, opposition, coaches, players and sponsors that have enjoyed working with us and supporting the only senior men's county representative team with our expansion into senior women's football this summer with the launch of our women's trials. We currently enjoy the support of sponsors such as Pilgrim Brewery, JMA Programmes responsible for putting our match programmes together, CW Sport Radio providing live audio commentary as of our game against the Chagos Islands, Corner Flag Creative providing some of the most professional design at this level and Godzown Sports as our UK based kit supplier.
In 2020 we have already scheduled 4 fixtures, a home friendly at Merstham FC on May 3rd and will coincide with the 2020 Surrey Day taking place the day prior. We'll also be playing a charity friendly against a Hampshire XI side, an exact venue to be finalised this month, with the game to be played on May 17th, all money raised (Excluding matchday related expenses such as programme printing) will be split 50/50 between Crohn's & Colitis UK and St. Catherine's Hospice.
We're also hosting our own tournament in the build-up to the 2020 ConIFA World Football Cup that's taking place in North Macedonia, Cascadia, Jersey and Yorkshire will all travel to Whyteleafe FC for the competition being held between 23-24 May, and is called the Southern Frontier Cup.