coronavirus update – seasons cancelled
it is with regret that we must advise all 2020 spartans seasons have been cancelled by our governing body, bafa, as a result of the current health concerns. whilst we are disappointed, we prioritise the health and safety of everyone involved with the organisation, and as such, fully support the decision. we hope all of our followers stay safe, and we will look forward to seeing you all again very soon.
home of the Essex Spartans
The Essex Spartans were founded in 1985 and aim to provide a safe, fun, and competitive environment for all to take part in our exciting and fast-paced sport. With fully-qualified coaches across all levels, committed backroom staff, and a motivated and forward-thinking committee, we aim to continuously improve whilst always ensuring we are an inclusive organisation with a focus on a family mentality.
NEW MANAGEMENT ROLES AVAILABLE
Following a recent EGM and changes being made to the committee, the Essex Spartans are looking for volunteers across the organisation, from Academy, seniors, and our women’s team the Hellcats.
If you would like more information about any of the posts, or want to discuss volunteering with us in a capacity not listed below please get in touch with us via email.
We’re always on the look out for people interested in our sport and would love to get you involved in any way we can.
- Game day manager
- Coaches rep
- Players rep
- Welfare officer
- Finance officer
- Media officer
- Social secretary
- Fundraising officer
- Recruitment officer
- Club secretary
It is with great sadness and regret that we report the death of our founding father and chairman for more than 20 years, Tony Palmer. He passed away on 15th October 2014.
Tony did not just found the team; he was the lifeblood of the club for 25 seasons and his commitment, dedication, work rate and love of the team was second to none. Not only did Tony dedicate 25 years of his life to Essex football, he also was involved in many other projects and events during his time in the sport including the North/South All Star games, and volunteering at Britbowl amongst others.
Tony was truly a special man and a real unique character, known and respected throughout British American football. I know there are many people who have benefitted greatly from his experience, wisdom and sense of humour over the years.
Tony is survived by his devoted wife Sue, who also did an enormous amount of work for the club; his daughter Donna, son-in-law Aaron (a former Spartan player) and a beloved granddaughter and grandson.
Our players and staff extend their condolences to all of Tony’s family and friends, and wish them peace at this difficult time.
He will be greatly missed.