Inkberrow Football Club was established in its current form in 1978, providing an opportunity to play and watch football for local people, in both a friendly and competitive atmosphere.
The junior section was established in 2000 in response to demand from local children to play well organised football in a safe and happy environment. Emphasis is on fun, learning and building friendships, with positive encouragement from coaches and parents alike. In 2005 the junior and seniors sections combined to form a single club providing football for all, irrespective of age, sex or disability. The club provides football for all and has a league and cup winning girls team which goes from strength to strength.
In recognition of the club's high achievements in administration and coaching, the junior club was awarded "Chartered Standard" status by the FA in 2004 and currently working closely with the Worcestershire FA to achieve Development Club Status. The club has received further recognition by receiving both the county and regional awards for best Charter Standard Club.
The speed with which the club has grown has been exceptional and its philosophy has been at the heart of its expansion. It has quickly built a reputation for quality and equality.