Kiteflyers FC

Expat Football & Cricket in Lima, Perú

We are an expat social club that shares a common love of football and cricket. Hailing from all parts of the world, we get together for weekly training sessions, participate in amateur tournaments and of course… SOCIALISE!!!

Kiteflyers FC 2024 Player Uniform

What We Do !

Whether you like kicking balls or bowling them, all skill levels are welcome (and while knowledge of flying kites, though not required, is strongly encouraged).


We are an expat social club in Lima, Peru that plays football, so whether you fancy a kick around or simply want to throw back a few cold ones, then we want you!


We are a social cricket club that plays every Sunday throughout the summer. If you fancy a go or just want to come down and have a beer in the sun, get in touch.

Our 2023 Sponsor

Behind every successful social club, is a supporting sponsor, and MOLLY’s IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT is just that. We like to refer to Molly’s as our home away from home, that offers:

Molly’s Irish Bar & Restaurant
Help Them Hope (HOPE)

Our cause:
Help Them HOPE

For over 10 years, we have raised money at our annual shirt auction, donating the proceeds to Help Them Hope (HOPE) – a Peruvian non-profit that provides educational scholarships, English language support, career guidance, and funds for internet access to youth from low-income families who have overcome a serious illness and or who live with challenging disabilities.

Get the APP .

We organize all of our training,  matches and social events (did we mention we are a social club?) through this FREE team app.

Kiteflyers FC now has their own Smartphone App. It’ll keep you up-to-date with our team’s news, events, schedules and much more. To get the full features of your teams App you need to download Team App onto your smartphone. It’s 100% FREE.


We Make Legends .

Behind every great photo, there is kiteflyer story destined for fame. Not one to toot our own horn, but a few legends have been known to be born proudly wearing the kiteflyer badge.

2024 Committee .

It’s thanks to the tireless efforts of this core group, that this club stays the well oiled machine that it is. So next time you see them, invite them to a pint (or two) to say thanks!


Ash Pollard

Vice Captain

Conor McAteer


Noel Conway

Social Secretary

Ross Hardie

Media Manager

Renzo Villalobos

Cricket Captain

Awaiting Election

Leaders of Yore .

To date, the Kiteflyers have had no less than 40 captains, with the captaincy being split twice in 1991 and 1993 and only 4 Flyers have ever captained the side on more than one occasion, Budgie Wretham in 1981 and 1982, Andy Cino in both 1983 and 1998, Jimmy Stirling in 1992 and 2000 and Mark Griffin from 2020 to 2021. See the full list of the past captains below:

  • 1981    Budgie Wretham
  • 1982    Budgie Wretham
  • 1983    Andy Cino
  • 1984    Dai Thomas
  • 1985    Nick O’Sullivan
  • 1986    Phil Ball
  • 1987    Alex Hendry
  • 1988    Ian Tate
  • 1989    Tony Moore
  • 1990    Kevin Gilvary
  • 1991    Roy Buck / David Roberts
  • 1992    Jimmy Stirling
  • 1993    Ian Lawton / Bob Cavanagh
  • 1994    Rob Preece
  • 1995    Joe Rooney
  • 1996    Neil Preece
  • 1997    John Blessington
  • 1998    Andy Cino
  • 1999    Chris Abbott
  • 2000    Jimmy Stirling
  • 2001    Steve Johnson
  • 2002    Tito du Bois
  • 2003    Steve Bolton
  • 2004    Adrian Lee
  • 2005    Ivan Leon
  • 2006    Martin Dahl
  • 2007    Will Hurtado
  • 2008    Paul Barnes
  • 2009    Gavin Breeze
  • 2010    Dave Murphy
  • 2011    Gareth Evans
  • 2012    Joel Start
  • 2013    Kenny Steen
  • 2014    Dan Hall
  • 2015    Jon Parker
  • 2016    Phil Eden
  • 2017    Noel Conway
  • 2018   Thomas Moons
  • 2019    Nick Booth
  • 2020    Mark Griffin
  • 2021    Mark Griffin
  • 2022    Dan Casey

Want to join ?

    Email the team

    Where to find us

    Lima, Perú