About us

Eagles United FC has been in existence since 2005, under the name FC Eagles Kosova. At that time the club was created with the initiative of Veton Mejzini (Head Coach) and some others like Samir Mejzini, Sedat Begolli, Eroll Begu (Welfare Officer), Sami Hoti and others.

Agim Vllasolli President and Robert Shala Vice-President were the first club leaders. Since then, the club operates as a community organization, with the simple aim of activating young people in sport and advancing them into clubs competing in different UK leagues.

From April 2009, FC Eagles Kosova, has been affiliated in the Middlesex County Football Association and thus functions within the English FA rules and regulations.

In April 2011, the club was renamed to Eagles United FC and began to be led by Kreshnik Cela until May 2013. In June 2013, the clubs members appoint Driton Koshutova as Club President and Arben Hyseni as Club Secretary.

Eagles United FC in the first years of existence has achieved sufficient success that culminates with the increase in the number of age groups, U8 to U17 (8 age groups – 80 children), in the past two years, as well as the results in the respective competitions where our children reap undeniable success.

Eagels United FC has achieved the status of FA Charter Standard Club in 2013 and then FA Charter Standard Development Club in 2016, which is a testament to the great work of all involved with the club.

FA Charter Standard Development Club

Eagles United FC is a FA Charter Standard Development Club

In 2013, Eagles United FC is awarded the status of the FA Charter Standard Club and in 2016 Eagles United FC is awarded the FA Charter Standard Development Club status (http://www.thefa.com/my-football/football-volunteers/Runningaclub/Runningaclub/CharterStandard) that proves club management according to the criteria required from the English Football Federation.

FA Charter Standard Club is a status given by the English Football Federation for clubs that are well-managed, sustainable and focused on child care, quality of training and safety.

There are three levels of The FA Charter Standard Awards:

• FA Charter Standard Club
• FA Charter Standard Development Club
• FA Charter Standard Community Club

Clubs benefiting from this status are required to have an annual audit that provides the Federation with the quality and sustainability of the standards envisaged by this status. For more information on the importance of this status, click on the above logo