Oxford Saints Looking For More Coaches To Keep Them Marching

The Oxford Saints are a programme on the rise! Over the past couple of seasons the programme has gone from strength to strength.

They entered the season sporting a truly impressive roster size, offer one of the finest home facilities in the league, with their on field performance only matched by the commitment of their off-field staff Рincluding a great media team.

Despite playing in the second division last season they consistently drew crowds in the hundreds throughout their regular season fixtures! 

The positions we are currently searching for are below, but we welcome applications for other positions or to join as coaching assistants.

  • Quarterback Coach
  • Linebacker Coach
  • Defensive back Coach


Oxford Saints


  • Work closely with the HC and other staff to plan/deliver effective training sessions
  • Be passionate about coaching rookies and veterans alike
  • Be available on Sunday afternoons for weekly training sessions
  • Be available for as many games (home and away) as possible
  • Contribute to film analysis
  • BAFCA level 1 certified (or looking to become qualified)


Why Choose Oxford:

  • One of the longest running UK clubs
  • Newly promoted to Div 1 following championship season
  • Financially stable and well managed
  • Some of the best facilities in Britball: Indoor 4G training for preseason and home games at a new 4G facility
  • Great gameday atmosphere with covered seating, music, commentary and 200+ spectators
  • Effective recruitment drives with a roster of 90 players in 2016
  • High practice attendance and competitive atmosphere throughout the year
  • Free travel on any team coach journeys



Oxford Saints Coaches

Next Steps:
If you want to find out more or wish to apply for a position, please contact us by email at coaching@oxfordsaints.com.

Please include details of the position(s) you are interested in and provide information of any previous coaching experience.




Nick 'Willy Tee' Wilson-Town hails from the South West where he's spent the last decade bouncing around various teams at the university and senior level. He came to fame on the now departed unofficial forum thanks to his regularly irreverent Uniball predictions and general 'BUAFL wafflage'. Follow him on twitter @WillyTee1