Respects have been paid to a much-loved stalwart at an Oxfordshire football club who passed away this week.

Chadlington Football Club, which is sponsored by Diddly Squat Farm, has been remembering the life of Jonnie Betts.

In a statement, the club described Mr Betts as "warm and kind to all". 

A minute's silence took place before the club's first team home fixture against Combe at 1.30pm on Saturday.

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The club's statement said: "We will be observing a one minutes silence before today's game at 1.30pm in honour of Jonnie Betts who sadly passed away this week.

"A much-loved husband, father, grandfather and friend.

"He was warm and kind to all and his enthusiasm was infectious. A true man of Chadlington. We will all miss him a lot."

Chadlington FC featured in episode three of the hit series Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime. 

The club has a Diddly Squat Farm logo emblazoned on the front of its kit. 

Mr Clarkson was seen attending the first match where he was a sponsor of the team in the Amazon series.

It was also revealed in the episode that Clarkson’s Farm favourites Kaleb Cooper and Gerald Cooper once played for the football club.

Chadlington FC was established in 1912 and the club has two men's and 12 junior sides.

The men’s first team compete in the Witney and District Football Association Division One league.