A newly updated version of the Club Handbook is now available.
Click the link to download your copy – Club Handbook 2018-19
Club newsletter March 2018
The U8’s represented Hungerford Town Juniors as mascots at Reading FC, meeting Kingsley Lion in the process!
FUNDRAISING FOOTBALL SCHOOL
Tuesday 3rd April – Friday 6th April 2018
8.30am – 4.00pm at Hungerford Town FC
Cost per session: Full day £20 or Half day £15 (8.30 -12.30pm)
Hungerford Town Juniors FC are offering the opportunity of football coaching for 4 days during the Easter holidays to raise money for Club funds. The coaching is open to both boys and girls from ages 5 to 14 years old and the emphasis will be on learning new skills and techniques in a safe and fun environment. Attendees must be equipped with a packed lunch, water bottle and suitable clothing for the weather conditions. Shin pads must be worn.
If you would like your child(ren) to attend, please complete the cut off slip and return it to the address detailed below. Bookings must be accompanied by the appropriate payment(s). Our volunteer coaches are FA qualified, hold valid First Aid and CRC Disclosure Certificates, and have attended an FA Safeguarding Children Workshop. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact Tracey Akehurst on M: 07595 766242 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that there is a maximum of 20 places per day.
Bookings MUST be made in advance as we are unable to take bookings on the day.
Places will not be secured until payment is received.
Hungerford Town mayor, Mr Keith Knight takes time out of his busy schedule to support the club and take some shots at the HTFCJ ‘Penalty shoot-out’ stand at the Hungerford Primary School fete on Saturday 1 July.
North Wiltshire Youth Football League have published their rules for the upcoming season.
Click here to view – Competition-Rules-2017-18
Last Sunday Hungerford Town U11s had the opportunity to play a match on the County Ground pitch – home of Swindon Town FC.
Chosen specifically by our opponents Wroughton to participate, the two teams put on a fantastic show, a hugely entertaining match with more twists, turns and drama than the usual Swindon Town match.
Despite being two goals down early on, Hungerford rallied to level at 2-2, before going 4-2 down soon after. A third Hungerford goal reduced the deficit to one goal at half time.
The second half saw us score twice within the first ten minutes – the second of these was an incredible strike from inside our own half, and we found ourselves in front for the first time at 5-4. Some heroic goalkeeping and at times frantic defending saw us hold the lead til the final whistle – a fantastic result!
Well done to the players and thanks to Wroughton for inviting us!
The u7’s won their section of the recent Cold Ash tournament, their football being nearly as good as their dabbing!
Steve ‘Skippy’ Skipworth, who for many a year has voluntarily maintained the primary school pitches as well as the principle Hungerford Town pitch, been a coach at HTJFC and chairman of the committee, has been honoured Hungerford Town.
Skippy steps down at the end of the season and HTJFC cannot thank him enough for all his efforts.