Stoke City v Royal Signals Ladies
More successful this century than any other Corps
Times Massey Trophy Winners
Male, female and reserve sides
Represent your Corps
The Royal Signals Football Association are always keen to recruit new players that are fit and enthusiastic. The Royal Signals Football Association is comprised of male, female and reserve sides. Players who perform to a high standard at Regimental level are selected to represent the Royal Signals against other Corps teams within the British Army.
The Corps teams play their home games at Beacon Barracks, Stafford which features state of the art facilities including a 5g floodlit pitch.
Times Inter-Corps Quadrangular Tournament Winners since 2000
The beautiful game
Opportunities across all units
Football is well-supported sport within the Royal Signals; all Units have their own teams playing on a weekly basis in various leagues throughout the country.
Each unit competes in the Army FA Challenge cup against teams from across the Army. In 2012, 2013, and 2014 teams from Royal Signals units were crowned Army champions.
Where will you play?
South America, USA, Europe, Wembley
Football tours are held on a yearly basis, they aim to improve team cohesion and provide a fantastic opportunity to play against civilian opposition.
Over the last four years, the teams have toured in Brazil, the USA, Gibraltar and Cyprus. In addition to this, in one season alone the female team has visited Wembley, Manchester City, Chelsea and Stoke City.
Teams don’t just play military opposition; in recent times The Royal Corp of Signals have played friendly matches against teams such as Stoke City and Stafford Rangers. Members of the Royals Signals have even played against an England Legends XI at the Madejski Stadium, Reading. The opposition featured an array of professionals including Gary Neville, Gareth Southgate and Paul Merson.