History

Axten FC was founded in 2001 in Brixton, Lambeth by Head Coach Floyd Johnson, to provide children and young people with a safe and fun environment to play football and develop vital life skills. 

Floyd johnson completing his FA Level 2 coaching badge
Floyd johnson and jon dartnell axten fc
Axten FC Winning cup final

Axten FC dominated grassroots football in South London throughout the 2000s and 2010s, winning numerous League titles and Cup trophies. 

Axten FC Under 10s
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Axten FC under 10s winning London Saturday Youth League Final

Axten FC players meeting Rio Ferdinand, The South London Press reporting on Axten FC securing funding for the Champions Football Tournament in 2008 and Axten FC's Put Back Festival in 2014 at Clapham Common.

Axten FC players with Rio Ferdinand
Axten FC win funding for the Champions Football Tournament 2008
Axten FC hold The Put back festival 2013 in Clapham Common

Axten FC players meeting the England Team at St George's Park before the World Cup in 2006.

Axten FC players with england footballer David Beckham
Axten FC players with England footballer Joe Cole 2006
Axten FC players with England Footballer John Terry 2006

After achieving his Uefa B License in 2012, Floyd created Axten 1-2-1 Football Coaching to focus on individual player development.

Harvey Johnson aged 4, Axten 1-2-1 Football Coaching
Floyd Johnson Axten 1-2-1 football coaching wallington
Floyd Johnson and Jamaican International football Edward Dawkins