About The Club
Philippine FC was founded in 2008 and was originally called Philippine United FC. Under the guidance of then owner, Leo Jensen and coaches Norman Parkin, a former Leeds and Chesterfield player and Steve Conroy, the team played their football in the West Herts football league, in West Hertfordshire. The team was initially created to serve as a ‘sister’ club to the Philippines National Team.
Links with ex-PFF President Mari Martinez meant that a few players were given the chance to try-out for the national squad. These proved successful, with a few of the players in the squad flying over to the Philippines on trial. In 2012, the team left the West Herts league and coaches Norman and Steve also left, along with owner Leo Jensen, to form another Filipino club in Manchester.
The London PUFC team then got back together in 2015 and the club was renamed ‘Philippine FC’, which played in the Middlesex County Combination League. After their initial season back together, the team have now decided to play their football in The Camden Sunday League from the 2016/17 season onwards.
Through football, the club now looks to promote Filipino culture to the wider community.
Division 1 - Season 2017-18
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