FCVideo have been covering English non-league football since 2005.
They created a business name FC Video, (now FCVideo) with the double meaning of Fox/Carpenter and Football Club Videos, the first game covered was a pre-season friendly for Staines Town of the Isthmian League v Football League Championship side Reading on 13th July 2005.
The growth of videos appearing on social media brought FCVideo to the attention of more and more clubs, and recruiting friends to join the workforce, they have provided the service to more local clubs, and have been asked to film numerous league cup and county cup finals.
Over the 14 years, FCVideo’s cameramen have filmed games at over 140 senior grounds, which have included Wembley Stadium, and other football leagues grounds including those of Crystal Palace, Reading, QPR, Birmingham City and Coventry City, and they have been providing footage of Boreham Wood and Maidenhead Utd home games to contribute to BT Sport’s National League Show.
In 2012, video footage posted on YouTube as a “free kick howler” from a Hayes & Yeading Utd v Chelmsford City league game went viral, with over 1 million views, and the footage was used on BBC’s Football Focus & ITV’s London News.
In 2016 a goal scored by Dave Tarpey for Maidenhead Utd had an estimated 10 million views world- wide in a few days, and was used on Sky Sport’s Soccer AM with the player appearing on the show, being labelled as one of the best non-league goals of all time.
They also covered 22 games from the 2018 CONIFA Football World Cup, live-streaming games to the world.
FCVideo currently now own 6 video cameras and have the use of 2 provided by BT Sport for National League games.
Notable games filmed:
National League Play-off final 2018 (Wembley Stadium)
Conference South Play-off Final 2009 & 2015
FA Vase Final 2006 (St Andrews)
Isthmian Premier League Play-off Final 2008
Southern League Premier Division Play-off Final 2018
Southern League Division One Central Play-off Final 2017
Southern League Challenge Cup Final 2017
Combined Counties League Premier Challenge Cup Final 2010 & 2015
CONIFA World Football Cup 2018 – 20 group stage games & 2 quarter-finals