Football at The Windsor Boys’ School runs across two terms competing in County, District and National Cup competitions as well as ‘friendly’ fixtures against our local rival schools. Junior Football runs two teams in Year 9 and two teams in Year 10. Senior football boasts a 1st and 2nd XI as well as an Under 16 team.

At Windsor Boys’ School the primary concern is for young footballers to enjoy the game and to be able to play without fear. The school’s success is down to excellent team spirit and a philosophy that involves encouraging skill, attacking play and creativity. The boys are encouraged to ‘want the ball’ and to play with intelligence.

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Year 11s last match wins the District Cup

TWBS have been reigning champions of the District Cup for half a decade and it was fair to say we wanted to retain our title.  Not only was it our last game of the season but it was the last game our year 11 team would every play together.  This team has been together since year 9 and has achieved a lot over the three years.  We did the treble in year 9, the double in year 10 and we wanted our first bit of silverware from this match. We arrived at Langley Academy on Tuesday 8th May where the match would be played.  Due to it being a Cup Final the ground had to be neutral.  We warmed up slowly but surely because we didn’t want to overdo it as it was very hot. We have played Wexham before and had won 3-1 on that occasion, so we were firm favourites.  However nothing could be taken for granted as they had shown that they can score against us and especially because we didn’t have our starting goalkeeper.  Special mention to Conor Ball who stood in for Joe Whiter as goalie.  We were also missing Noel Fortune, Jasper Maytum and Ignas Jonatis who had all played integral roles in the team throughout the season and deserve a mention. We got kicked off fairly quickly but the game started fairly slowly.  The first half was very even and it seemed as if we had gone into the game with too much complacency.  It seemed as if the fact that we were favourites made us think it would be a walk...

U15 TWBS vs Furze Platt in County Cup

Furze Platt started the brighter of the two and deservedly went 1-0 up within the first few minutes and their dominance continued until around the 20th minute, where they managed to grab another

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