Hastings United FC Hastings United FC is a club that is working hard to build an exciting future both on and off the pitch. Football Focus Magazine recently caught up with their Chairman, David Nessling, to find out more about the good work the club has been doing lately. Involvement He told us, “I first joined the Club as a player in about 1963 as a young lad still at school. I stayed with the Club for several seasons before joining Eastbourne Town FC in about 1968. In 1970 I took up a contract in Austrailia to play football before returning to the UK in 1974Read More →

Longwell Green Sports JFC Content provided by Paul Griffin, General Manager and Nicky Griffin, committee member   Longwell Green Sports JFC have been an outstanding club for years but have now had our best years ever, creating for our community a complete football provision for all working to our own club DNA/philosophy ensuring continuity, a solid management structure and respect/fair play in all we do.   Our aim is to meet the personal needs of everyone in our community enabling them to meet their personal goals with 62 children in recent years going on to higher levels and many more to come we are sure. We haveRead More →

Aylesbury Flooring Football Club Formed in the summer of 2014, Aylesbury Flooring Football Club began as a tight knit bunch of mates looking to enjoy the delights of Sunday morning football. Over three years on and into our fourth season, we are now established as one of the top Sunday football teams in the Home Counties, attracting crowds that surpass those of local semi pro clubs.   The club has amassed nine trophies over the first three seasons, originally starting in the Aylesbury Sunday league before its demise. Transferring over to the Chesham Sunday league last season saw the team reign supreme and claim a historicRead More →

Thirsk Falcons FC Thirsk Falcons FC is an integral part of sporting life in Thirsk as they continue to engage boys and girls at an early age into a structured, disciplined, sporting environment, nurturing their talents and providing a focus for their energy.  They offer the opportunity for young players to progress into senior football and are building a reputation as the ‘go to’ club for high quality football. Football Focus Magazine recently caught up with Club Representative Debbie Ingoldsby to find out more about the work they’ve been doing lately.   Atmosphere  She told us, “There is a lot of excitement and anticipation for theRead More →

Wivenhoe Town FC Wivenhoe Town FC is a club that works hard to play an important role in their local community. Football Focus Magazine recently caught up with Chairman Mo Osman to find out more about how they’ve been getting along lately.   He told us, “The mood has been very low recently due to a poor beginning to the season, but a recent manager change I think will change that mood quickly.”  “It has been a very difficult beginning to the season with only eight points at the half way point of the season, with many injuries to key players and loss of players throughoutRead More →

Peebles Rovers Peebles Rovers are celebrating their 125th anniversary this year and they have plenty to be optimistic about as they look towards the future. Football Focus Magazine recently caught up with Club Representative Neil Hobson to find out more.   Involvement  He told us, “I’ve been involved with the club for around a year having first got involved in the media section and it has snowballed from there. I took over as Secretary and at seventeen am the youngest in the history of the club. It is a very interesting role and I’m enjoying the challenges that it throws up.”  Atmosphere  “The atmosphere is veryRead More →

Herne Bay Harriers Football Club Herne Bay Harriers Football Club are celebrating their 20th Anniversary having been formed back in 1998. The club was founded with just three teams, but each season the club has grown and they now have 23 teams playing football. From teams aged from U6s to the U18s the current playing membership is one of the largest in East Kent.    Teams play their games in one of three leagues, the Faversham and District Youth League, The East Kent Youth League or the Kent Youth League. This caters for all players, accommodating the relative experience and allows everyone to play in aRead More →