Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's
Hopefully we can answer your questions here
Who Are Footy18.com
We are a business that specialises in footgolf events for all types of groups across the UK & Europe.
Where is Footy18 office staff based
Our customer service team are based at 10 St John Street, Chester, CH1 1DA
However, we offer activities all over the country.
What is the Duration of Footgolf?
Our matchplay lasts between 2-4 hours for 18 holes
Is there a Minimum Group Size?
All group sizes are welcome; however, we do need a minimum payment for the session to be able to run. It can depend on the location you choose so the best thing to do is to fill out an enquiry form and we will send you a bespoke priced enquiry.
I'm not sure on the Group Size, However I want to Book
If the event date is more than 5 weeks away then we do not need to your exact group size, so just give us your best guess. Once you get to 5 weeks, we need to know your exact group size and the final payment is due.
What is the Price?
Look at our tournament formats and select your location for the price.
Can I Trust Footy18?
We have been delivering group experiences for over 15 years throughout the UK and across Europe and have built up dependable suppliers, venues, and great event co-ordinators.
How do I Book?
Choose your course then the event type and fill the enquiry form. We will then contact you with prices and the option to pay the deposit online and pick your start time.
What do I Wear?
Footgolf is run outside, so be prepared for all weather conditions, sun, wind, rain and even snow. Check the weather report and dress appropriately. Trainers are needed as most venues don’t allow studs / football boots. Most courses don’t allow fancy dress, but you could dress in golf attire. If not wear suitable sports / casual clothes.
Can we Drink Alcohol on the Course?
Unfortunately no alcohol is allowed on the courses at any point in the event. If you are found to be drinking you would be asked to leave. Most courses do have a bar onsite to enjoy a cold beer after the round.