To support The FA’s stance on safeguarding our children, the club has added a CEOP button to this site.
The Club is extremely delighted to launch it’s Mental Wellbeing Team, managed by Adam Collins, an NHS professional.
Well done to all the runners who braved the unreasonable weather to kick off this summers Domination Series, with Iain defending his title in style.
We have just been advised by The FA that the next Girls Football Week will be while the Lionesses are competing in the UEFA 2017 Euros.
The Club has received 2 great pieces of news towards our fundraising efforts for the fencing at Harrisons.
Hednesford Town were unable to end their campaign on a positive note after falling to a narrow defeat against Whitby Town, thanks to a second half thunderbolt of a goal.
The Wyrley scarf has made it to Everest Base camp at 5,356 metres! Pictured below.16 year old Ellie Willis, who helps at our Boys Development Centre.
Hednesford Town bring their season to a close on Saturday with one of the longest away journeys of the campaign.
Our Boys Development Centre is back from it’s Easter break on Saturday.
We are delighted to announce that our latest ‘Football For All’ team – our Blind Team – is getting very close to being launched.
It turned out to be a memorable post-match occasion for Tom Thorley on Monday afternoon after the midfielder took home five end of season playing awards.
Hednesford Town suffered a tame defeat against local rivals Stafford Rangers in their final home game of the season.
Chasers have been well represented at the annual JK festival, this year in the South East.
The Pitmen end their home league campaign with a local derby this afternoon against Stafford Rangers as Gary Birch’s side look to go out on a high in front of their own supporters.
The Club is delighted that it is setting up a Mental Wellbeing team for next season.
Hednesford Town fell to a disappointing defeat against a Marine side that were looking to earn three points in order to secure their place at this level for another season.
The Pitmen return to league action this afternoon we play our penultimate away Evo-Stik Northern Premier Division fixture of this season with a trip to Marine.
With nearly 2 months left to the club tournaments, we only have spaces at the following age groups: – Boys Under 6s – 3 Boys Under 8s -2 Boys Under 13s -2 Girls Under 16s – 4 All other age groups are full! To secure...
The 8th member of our 100 Club is Bargain Booze, Quinton Shopping Centre, Great Wyrley.
Hednesford Town suffered an evening to forget as they were comprehensively beaten by Chasetown in the semi-final of the Staffordshire Senior Cup.
Hednesford Town take a break from league action this evening as we host Chasetown at Keys Park in the semi-final of the Staffordshire Senior Cup.
Hednesford Town Football Club are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new football academy.
With the current heavy schedule of games and injuries starting to take its toll on the squad, it was a changed team that lined up to face Matlock Town, who still have ambitions to make the end of season play-off games.
The Pitmen end a hectic run of home league fixtures with the visit of Matlock Town to Keys Park on Saturday.
Hednesford Town crashed to defeat against Halesowen Town in what was a forgettable evening for those of a Pitmen persuasion.
Hednesford Town return home this evening just 48 hours after their last fixture here at Keys Park as they face another side from the Black Country in the form of Halesowen Town.
Wednesfield CONS A took the Premier Division title race down to the wire following a resounding success against Landywood SC.
Hednesford Town played out an entertaining 1-1 draw against play-off chasing Stourbridge to earn a point from a game that saw a fantastic rear-guard action from the Pitmen backline.
Chasers Juniors from Oakridge, Walton High and Weston Road Schools competed in the Staffordshire Schools Championships last week in Stoke on Trent.
The Pitmen return home this evening as they play the first of three Evo-Stik Northern Premier League games in the space of six days at Keys Park, when Stourbridge visit.