Hartley Wintney TV
Producer: Ashton Kirby
Hartley Wintney Football Club 2020/21
The moment we made it to the Southern Premier
Making a great team - we support, the boys respond
First Team Manager, Hartley Wintney FC
Green Lane, Hartley Wintney, North Hampshire
Winning Promotion to the Southern Premier
1,300 at home in the 5th Round Proper, 2015/16
Producer: Ashton Kirby
19 Nov 2020: Today marks an exciting milestone for grassroots football as the Premier League, The FA, and Government's Football Foundation have announced the completion of the Local Football Facility Plans. The Plans outline what facilities every local authority area across England needs to meet the demand of football in their area.
A spokesperson for the Football Foundation explained the benefits. "For the first time, this country has a roadmap to invest and build what every community needs. And the benefits of the facilities set out in the Plans go far beyond the pitch. They promise to transform communities and change lives for the better."
The Plans look far reaching and should mean more people can play our national game, while physical and mental health can be improved, communities can grow stronger, and young people become more empowered.
But the Plans are just the first step. "We need to work with local authorities, partners and communities to turn these plans into reality. Everyone has their part to play."
Find out how you can play yours by heading to the Football Foundation website and searching for your Local Plan. footballfoundation.org.uk/local-plans
Hartley Wintney FC is excited to announce its partnership with iDFA that will see the full-time Education and Football Academy run by Identity Football Academy now hosted at Hartley Wintney Football Club. The Academy, which is aimed at 16-18 year olds, offers further education opportunities while creating a pathway for keen and talented players to progress through to Hartley's U23 and 1st Teams, enabling the best players the potential for a career in football while ensuring all students are given extended tuition in the subjects needed to progress careers outside of sport, as well as within other facets of the game.
Read the full announcement here
Former Fleet Town and Godalming Town manager Andy Hunt, and former Pro for Boston United and Oxford United, Ross Weatherstone, are to take over the reigns of the Row's Reserves in 2020/21, of what will become our new U23 Development team playing in the Suburban League. The pair will also be running their IDFA Academy from our facilities, with HWFC acting as host venue. Our U18 Youth Team will continue as last season, though with Dan Ryan stepping into the manager's role and Tommy Ashby as Secretary.
Read the full story here
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Our Clubhouse is available for all kinds of events and you don't need to be a member of the football club to hire it. However big, small, happy or sad, the event/occasion can be tailored to suit your needs. The kitchen is fully equipped, including griddle, and the bar is well stocked. There's a stage, a dance floor and plenty of tables and chairs.
It's also an ideal venue for corporate events. A multi-activity space provides an ideal setting for meetings, presentations, or as a base to run a training course. Come for a look around, no obligation - just call 01252 843586 to arrange your visit. Green Lane, Hartley Wintney, RG27 8DL. Read more & see pictures...
Have you joined the Hartley Wintney 100 Club yet? Win monthly and yearly prizes while 50% of the funds go back to Your Club. £5 per month/£60 per year. Grab a membership form from the Clubhouse (ask at the bar).