Hungerford Town Juniors are running a soccer school on the following dates:-
- Friday 4 August
- Friday 1 September
Sign-up now to take advantage of a full day’s session with our qualified coaches.
Click here to download the registration form – Football Coaching Summer 2017
The registration form for the upcoming 2017/18 season is now available.
- The deadline for resigning players to submit their registration forms is 31st July 2017. After this date places will be offered to new players, so please register promptly in order to secure your place. Ideally forms should be handed in on Saturday 8th July at the Presentation Evening.
- Preferred payment method for fees is by BACS. The bank details are on the Registration Form. Payment must be made at the time of Registration. Payment may be made by instalments, details are in the enclosed Registration Pack. The team and child’s name should be used as a reference when making Bacs payments, i.e U10 John Smith.
- Please state on your Registration Form which kit size you require (click here for Kit sizes). As some players have not used their new kit from last year we are offering the following options: (1). order a match kit as usual, (2) order a training kit or (3) you may deduct £10 from your registration fee if you do not order a kit. This option is only available if the player’s current kit is in good condition. If during the season they require a new kit then the £10 will be payable before a kit will be ordered.
- Code of Conduct – players and parents must read the Code of Conduct in the Registration Pack. By signing the Registration Form they are agreeing to the Code of Conduct. Parents and other Spectators must abide by these rules and should not be coaching their child from the sidelines. There will be RESPECT Officers at each home match and they will be responsible for ensuring that Spectators are abiding by these rules.
Please note that Player’s will not be allowed to play when the season starts if they have not Registered and paid their fees or at least the first two instalments for those paying by that method.
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.
HTJFC u10’s were runners up after being defeated 4-3 by Highworth Juniors in their NWYFL trophy event final – match report to follow
HTJFC u9’s defeated Croft Blue 3-2 to win their NWYFL trophy event – match report to follow
Sunday 26 March 2017
This Sunday saw Hungerford Town Juniors u10 Whites take on Hungerford Town u10 Blacks in the semi-final of the NWYFA trophy event.
The match was extremely competitive with some great goals and ended 2-2 at full time. With no goals scored during extra time, it was down to penalties!
On the third set of sudden death penalties, the result was finally determined – the Whites were victorious and progress to the final
Well done to all involved, the manner in which the game was played was a credit to both sides.