Kent Football Utd

City Dartford
Address Glentworth Club, 154 Lowfield Street, Dartford, Kent, DA1 1JB
Founded 2010
Stadium Glentworth Sports Club
Affiliated to: Kent FA

Matchday pass numbers: 371-376
Chairman: Roy MacNeil
07880 342022
Secretary & Fixtures Secretary: Maria Bolton
07875 488856
Correspondence Address: 233 MCLEOD ROAD, LONDON SE2 0YJ
Program Editor: Sam MacNeil
07860 654558
Colours: Shirts: Blue; Shorts: Blue; Socks: Blue/White;
Keeper Shirt:
Change strip: Shirts: Yellow; Shorts: Yellow; Socks: Yellow;
Keeper Shirt:
Manager: Steve Devereux and Richmond Kissi
Midweek home games Tuesday
Brief Directions: Turn off A2 at Black Prince interchange, follow Princes Road to the bottom, turn right at the lights and 2nd right into the ground.

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Kent Elite Football Club (K.E.F.C) was formed in 2010 and incorporated the Kent Elite Football Academy, Kent Elite Goalkeeper School & Kent Elite Soccer Schools to its organisation. The club was setup with the aim of improving the knowledge, technicality and application of its players by providing a high class of FA to UEFA Academy standard coaching.

The name was subsequently changed to Kent Football United on reflection with contradictions with another company.

As part of our community links the Kent Soccer Schools continued to flourish running additional coaching courses throughout every half term and school holiday. The Advanced Skills Academy providing excellent additional technical work and the newly named Finger Tips Goalkeeper Academy also continued to grow and become ever popular within the area.

In August 2011 we were accepted into the South East London & Kent League (SELKENT) for our inaugural season as a competitive mini-soccer and youth club, fielding on team at U8s and two teams at U10s level. Our new official club kit was launched in September 2010 in the colour Royal/White hoops and after a successful beginning as a club we opened the Soccer Tots providing coaching for 4-6 year olds. The first Kent Soccer Schools course was in the October half term and we expanded by not only doing our Erith course but also venturing into the Medway, completing a course at Princess Park in Chatham. The 2011 campaign finished and we successful begun a new Under 9s team leaving us with four competitive teams in the SELKENT League for the 2012 Spring season.

After the Christmas break started the rapid expansion of Kent Football United. Sponsorship deals with Toga Sports & Orbit South were secured for next seasons kit and equipment. Furthermore, team development grew with 5 teams coming across to join Kent Football United at Under 11s, Under 12s, Under 17s & Seniors. Gary Jeffrey was announced as Marketing & Communications Director for the club, initial negotiations began regarding the lease proposals for a large area of land in Southfleet focussing on future ground development and the opening of our Under 7s & Under 8s Academy at Malt House Farm, Green Street Green Road, Darenth, Kent.

The club was celebrating at the end of April 2012 as the club achieved its FA Charter Standard Award presented by the Kent County Football Association, recognising the club's hard work in grass roots football in the community. United began the season with the senior team incorporated into the Kent Invicta League Step 6 and representing in the FA Vase being eliminated 3-2 AWAY to Surrey based Farnham Town. The U8s, U10s & U11s were competing in the South East London & Kent League (SELKENT)and our first ever girls side at U14s in the Kent Girls & Ladies Football League. The girls team made history by making the Kent County Cup Final for the first time in the clubs history after defeating Hawkinge Youth from Folkestone 7-2 in the semi-final managed by Maria Tomkins, Sam MacNeil & Lee Cockeril.

The end of the 2012/13 season saw the Senior side finished in a respectable 11th place in the Kent Invicta League and the club established the Excel Soccer Academy aimed at bringing through youth players aged 4-6. The Under 11s became the clubs first ever SELKENT League winning side finishing with a 100% record.

2013/14 saw us continue our groundshare with VCD Athletic FC as they entered the Ryman League North Division. The management team of Sam MacNeil and James Cole guided the team to an excellent start to the season securing a top four finish up till December and Quarter Final places in the League Cup, London Senior Trophy and Hospital Cup. The club however continued their bad form in the FA Vase going out in the first round again, this time 5-4 on penalties to Lingfield with former Premier League strike Jamie Lawrence bagging Lingfields winner. We also won our first ever County Cup with the Under 15s girls defeating Tunbridge Wells 3-1 in the final at Sittingbourne FC.

The 2014/15 season marked the biggest part in the clubs history finding our own home at The Glentworth Sports Club after completing our groundshare with VCD Athletic. We had a record 10 youth teams along with our Seniors side and newly formed U21s. Numerous new sponsors and started partnerships with McDonalds and various other sponsors.

In 2016-17 Season the newly named SCEFL First Division the club finished in an impressive 4th place.

It would have been a repeat of 4th place in 2017-18 but point deductions saw Kent Football United finish in 9th place. Within the squad was the Top Scorer for the Division, Tunde Aderonmu, who hit the net an impressive 40 times during the campaign.

Under the threat of relegation for not complying with ground grading regulations a period of intense hard work went on at Glentworth at the end of that Season and now the home ground can boast a full set of floodlights and a standing covered terrace.

Season 2018-19 was a stop-start one for the club with a change of Manager taking place and a 14th place finish as a result. Hopes are for a better campaign in 2019-20.