NEW PLAYERS NEEDED FOR
FC Porto of London are looking for new players to join their teams this season. In what is going to be the busiest season in the club's history, we are looking to take on new players. We have a number of sides that we are looking to recruit for a number of different leagues. For more information on the teams we have on offer, please check the pages below:
Hatfields League (Open age football)
Girls (13-16 years)
Pan Disability Ages: 5-12 years
Development (6-10 years)
For more information on any of the teams, or to enquire on how you can join the club, please e-mail us at
FC Porto of London will be offering free football sessions for 8-14 year olds who suffer from varying disabilities. We will be the first club in the local area who will be offering these sessions which will be held in Battersea Park on Tuesdays from 5-6pm in Battersea Park.
We are happy to announce that the Football Foundation will be helping to fund the project with a three year agreement in place, allowing the club to ensure that we can help as many children as possible. The sessions also have the support of the London FA as well as Enable Leisure and Culture.
If you would like more information on these sessions or on how you can get involved, email us at
FC Porto of London is a voluntary organisation and looking for volunteers to join their team. We currently have a number of vacancies we are looking to fill ahead of the 2019/20 season. If you are interested in getting involved then please contact us at
We currently hold work and study placements. If you are interested in having a fun and specialised work placement, then contact us today at
Club Celebrate 35th Anniversary With Special Guests
FC Porto of London were proud to celebrate their 35th Anniversary on Saturday 23rd March at the Villiage Fayre Kensington in front of 100 Porto fans. The club were proud to welcome former players Frasco and Lima Pereira as well as FC Porto vice President Emidio Gomes and Cecilia Pedroto.
President Pedro Costeira welcomed the guests which also included the Portuguese Ambassador and the consul before Chairman Jose Antonio da Costa reminded everyone of the roots of the club as well as giving an update on the clubhouse opening times and the plans for the upcoming year.
The club also recognised the work of Director of Sport, Joshua Lino-da Costa, for his work over the past 11 years as Emidio Gomes handed over the Club Achievement Award.
There was a chance to win a signed FC Porto shirt as well as a ball signed by a number of Sky Sports presenters and guests as the club raised almost £500 for their football teams.
ht would not have been complete without the great entertainment which Nuno Norte brought to the event, summing up a special night for the club.