Hednesford Town fell to a narrow defeat against play-off chasing Warrington Town in a game with little goalmouth action.
Our long running spring and summer series of runs, training and events including the coveted domination series competition kicks off on Tuesday 28th March .
The annual club prize giving took place at the recent club party and dinner.
Three new players have been signed by the Club before the Thursday 5.00pm deadline yesterday.
As we draw towards the end of the current campaign all Hednesford Town replica shirt prices have been reduced.
The Pitmen prepare to return to Evo-Stik Northern Premier Division action this weekend as we hit the road to Warrington Town.
The Club is collecting unwanted spectacles that will be forwarded to Vision Aid Overseas ( a charity that sends them to the underprivileged in Africa) via our good friends Kelchers Optometrists.
Our home league fixture against Halesowen Town which was postponed on Monday, 20th March, due to a waterlogged pitch has been rearranged for Wednesday 5th April.
We can today confirm that our Staffordshire Senior Cup semi-final against Chasetown will take place at Keys Park on Tuesday 11th April 2017, 7.45pm kick-off.
Following a 3.15pm pitch inspection, this evenings game against Halesowen Town has been POSTPONED due to a waterlogged Keys Park pitch.
Following torrential rain there will be a 3.15pm pitch inspection to see if the game can go ahead as planned.
A goal almost three minutes into stoppage time salvaged a point for Hednesford Town against Coalville Town in Gary Birch’s first game in permanent charge of the Pitmen.
The Pitmen return to Evo-Stik Northern Premier League action on Saturday afternoon with a trip to Coalville Town.
It is today, with regret, that Hednesford Town FC have agreed to mutually terminate the contractual agreement of striker Vinny Mukendi.
The FA announced it’s Gameplan for Growth of the female game on Monday.
Hednesford Town edged into the semi-finals of the Staffordshire Senior Cup after a five goal thriller at Keys Park in which Wolves Sporting Community more than played their part.
Hednesford Town Football Club are today in a position to announce the appointment of a new permanent Management Team at Keys Park.
Pictured below, the 11 girls who were at the first of the FA SSE Wildcats sessions carried out by the club tonight at Sneyd School – and a lovely group they were too! If you know a girl aged between 5 and 11 who would like to start playing...
Hednesford Town take a break from league action this evening when they host Wolves Sporting Community at Keys Park in the quarter-final of the Staffordshire Senior Cup.
We have today been notified by the Evo-Stik League of the following fixture amendment to our upcoming schedule.
The 7th member of our 100 Club is Cheslyn Hay Fish Bar.
Well done and thank you to everyone who came and ran today at Park Hall.
Hednesford Town slipped to a disappointing defeat against the ten men of Workington following two second half goals.
Thanks to Christine for organising last night’s night-O, which was an odds and evens race around Baswich.
As we enter the final six weeks of the season, the squad at Keys Park has been bolstered by the arrival of four new players this week – although it has also seen the departure of one player.
After suffering the disappointment of a midweek postponement, The Pitmen return to action on Saturday as we prepare to host Workington AFC at Keys Park.
We have today been notfied by the Evo-Stik League of the following fixture amendments to our upcoming schedule.
Following a 3.30pm pitch inspection we can confirm that our Evo-Stik Northern Premier League game against Ilkeston, which was due to take place at Keys Park, has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
A pitch inspection will today take place at 3.30pm to determine if our game this evening against Ilkeston FC can go ahead as planned.
Thanks to everyone who braved the weather to come and run at Chillington Hall today.