I set up WCFCTV (Worcester City FC TV) in 2009 and it was initially to record interviews and news items at my local club and Non League team Worcester City FC.

In 2013 the Club was scheduled to leave its home ground in Worcester and whilst there was a small amount of video, it was clear that there was not enough video of matches, so with the help of one other person, in 2011 we started to film matches.

Ten years & over 500 videos later, covering 350+ matches there is now a wealth of documented footage of match highlights and news. The Youtube Channel has over 1200 subscribers and over 1.5million views, whilst clips are also shown via other media such as Twitter and Facebook.

Going Worldwide

Much of the footage on this channel is re-edited for other platforms including Twitter and Facebook.
Our videos on Twitter contribute to 1M+ impressions and 50,000+ profile visits on average per month.

Footage from the Channel has been shown on BBC TV, ITV, TV Companies around the World, Online Newspaper editions including The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, ESPN, The Daily Mirror, BBC Sport and Sky Sports where incredibly a Worcester City FC player was voted (by the public) runner up in SKY SPORTS Goal of the Year in 2014, ahead of Wayne Rooney in 3rd place but behind the winner Aaron Ramsey!

Allowing for use in other compilations, this goal has been watched over 50 Million times on Youtube alone.

It won a host of prizes including Non League Goal of the Year for 2014/15.

It has been watched in every Country around the World.

View this channel at: WCFCTV Youtube Channel

England FA TV

This video which was filmed during the early rounds of the Emirates FA Cup ended up on the FA England TV Channel during their countdown to Christmas series of videos.

This was the most watched Emirates FA Cup video on Youtube for the 2015/2016 competition with over 1 Million views. It also appeared on the Big Screens at Wembley for the 2016 FA Cup Final.

We sent this version to England TV where it has been viewed an additional 13,000+ times.