Village Quiz 9th April

Screen Shot 2016-03-29 at 13.36.41Sincere thanks to all eleven teams who came to the village quiz last Saturday. We do hope everyone enjoyed the evening.   Congratulations to “Hydon to Nothing” who were victorious on the night and thanks to Bill Dann, the quizmaster and all who helped make the evening a success. Proceeds, amounting to £450, will be shared between the Community Pavilion Fund and Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
Martyn Grove, on behalf of
Hambledon FC
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Hambledon FC – Two Cup Finals and in the Hunt for the League Title

After winning a close match in their Semi-Final yesterday beating Woking & Horselll 1-0. The Dons are now in two cup finals. Details below, be great to get some people down to support the boys and hopefully see them lift some silverware. They are still in the hunt for the League title as well. IMG_082So the Treble is on.

 

Reserve Invitation Cup Final
Yateley Res v Hambledon Res
20th April 2016   7:30pm
Wey Court Godalming Town GU7 3JF

 
Reserve Challenge Cup
IMG_070Hambledon Res v Woking & Horsell Res
28th April 2016    7:30pm
Woking Park – Westfield FC GU22 9BA

 

 

 

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European Visitors to Badger Park

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Hambledon FC are welcoming a team from Switzerland to Badger Park this Saturday.  FC Kempttal from Zurich are the visitors.

Ex Player Chris Grove brings his new team for a preseason match. As they look to prepare for the start of the Swiss season.

Hambledon v FC Kempttal

27th Feb   2:15pm KO

Come and enjoy the match from the warm and fully licensed Clubhouse.

Match Details

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Football Club Grant Presentation

Hambledon Football Club has received a cheque for £99,999 from the Football Foundation at a presentation attended by officials, villagers and local MP Jeremy Hunt.

The presentation was made to Matt Kiley, club secretary, who also gratefully received another cheque of £1,000 from the Hambledon Community Fund.

The two grants have helped Hambledon FC take a significant step forward in realising its dream of replacing its delapidated “hut” with a modern club house. Both recognise the efforts the club has made in its own fund raising over the last few years. Planning permission has already been granted for the new facilities and it is hoped work can start in the New Year.

The Football Foundation grant was made under its “Grow The Game” scheme. The limited facilities at Hambledon’s Badger Park ground restricted the club’s development, with some younger players prefering to play elsewhere and the club having no prospect of promotion to higher leagues until improvements were made. It is hoped that the new clubhouse will be ready for the 2013-14 season.

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