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Hutton FC is a non-profit making organisation, which means every penny that the club raises goes back into the club. Our profit and loss accounts are included in the AGM minutes, on the England Accreditation page of the website HERE


Under 6 Development Squad Fee Structure

The Under 6's, in line with FA guidelines are not allowed to play regular matches until they turn six. With this in mind we reduce the fees significantly. The Under 6's start training in September, one day a week. The first month is free, and thereafter a £15 registration fee is due in the second and then £10 monthly fee is paid by standing order from the third month until July. Therefore total fee for the year is £115 per child

Mini/Junior Fee Structure


Each child now pays only one registration fee when they first join. This is £25 and will be applied in their first month of registration once they have had a taster and decided to sign on. If you have a second child, then they pay half the registration fee.

Thereafter, each child pays £20 per month by standing order until they leave the club. This amounts to £240 per year or just under £5 a week. We offer a discount for multiple children.


Senior Fee Structure


Seniors now follow the same structure as the Junior set up, other than they pay a £35 registration fee which includes a full personalised tracksuit.

16-18 Year olds that already play for our Junior side can play for the adults for free.


What does this pay for?


Running a club this size is expensive. The fees are determined on a yearly basis at our AGM and cover all of the items listed on the right hand side of the page and more. Our turnover as a club is close to £100K and prices increase every year with inflation and other factors including better equipment, better training facilities and training our coaches. 


We are a non-profit making organisation, regulated by the FA. Any money that is left over after our running costs have been paid is put back into improvement both on and off the pitch. We have a club improvement fund with the aim of putting any profits into improving coaching, hiring better training facilities, great events like the fireworks display and tournament and ongoing ground improvements which includes all manner of improved equipment and larger projects like the Springwood ground improvements, and the new car park, patio and tea hut at Jubilee for example.

Individual teams are expected to:


  1. Find sponsorship or raise money themselves to purchase their own kit and training wear. Each team is always on the look out for sponsorship, so if you are interested or know someone that might be, let us know through our contact page

  2. Self-fund tournaments. Tournaments are not considered in the calculations for running the club. This means that each team can do as many or as few tournaments as they want, and most teams charge about £3 per player, then use whatever they have left to purchase extra kit/equipment, or treat the children at the end of the season.

Fee Structure

  • Training/Matches:

    • League affiliation fees for each team

    • Cup entry fees for each team

    • Somerset FA affiliation

    • Winter training pitch hire

    • Referees

    • Kit washing

  • Ground maintenance (for both Springwood and Jubilee)

    • Rent

    • Grass cutting

    • Line marking 

    • Hedge trimming

    • Tree cutting/lopping

    • Drainage improvements

    • Pitch spiking 

    • Fencing

    • Barriers

    • Dug Outs

  • Building maintenance (for both Springwood and Jubilee)

    • Council rates

    • Water rates

    • Electricity rates

    • Painting/Guttering/Roofing/Plumbing

    • Window replacement

    • Weekly cleaning for both

    • TV Licencing, and BT Sport (covered by Seniors)

    • Internet

    • Any general improvements/Maintenance

    • Public Liability Insurance

  • Equipment

    • Goals

    • Footballs

    • Pumps

    • Water bottles

    • Pegs/Nets etc

    • Training equipment such as cones/posts/arches etc

    • First aid kits

    • Bibs

  • Coaches

    • DBS Checks

    • First aid updates

    • FA Coaching Qualifications

    • Child Welfare courses

    • Any other courses that the coaches wish to enrol on to improve their coaching

    • Coaches clothing

  • Players

    • Personal Accident Insurance

    • End of season presentation, including trophies for each player

  • Events​

    • The Annual Fireworks Display​

    • Family Fun Days

    • The Annual Tournament

  • Marketing

    • Website maintenance

    • Printing costs

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