FLEET TOWN FC RESULTS FOR2017/18
Fleet Town FC in 2007/8
Fleet of Foot's go ahead Walking Football ladies squad took on the men's section in a special Easter 2018 event held to mark the new leisure centres 1st anniversary.
Ladies captain Sue Scarlett won a £150 voucher donated by specsavers Fleet and Bill Austen won a raffle for meal for 2 given by the Fox and Hounds.
Raffle proceeds have been used to provide a pitch side first aid kit for the club.
For a fantastic interactive football activity visit www.shoot4goal.com
SPURS YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB
Fleet has a number of Football Clubs: Fleet Spurs Youth aims to be the best. The Club has strong links with the Fleet Spurs men’s Club for which many of our 18+ lads play after leaving the Youth set-up. Some players have also gone on to greater things and are now playing for League or non-League teams.
Club attracts a significant number of youngsters who play ‘First
Football’ and other ‘entry level’ versions of football until they
are ready to start the full scale eleven a side version. At 8, 9 and 10
the emphasis is on short, small-sided matches, with everyone
participating to the full. At Christmas the Club runs a very popular 5-a
-side competition for the 8 –14 year olds, countering the effect of
too much Christmas pudding.
the ’01 – 02 season, the Club has a team running in each age group
from 9 to 17 (except under 14). Creating a ‘Club spirit’ is very
important to all of us involved with the Club: it is a delight to see
how many managers enjoyed success with us as players in their boyhood
matches are played at Kennels Lane, Southwood, where the modern pavilion
and range of pitches give our visitors pause for thought before meeting
our teams on the pitch.
Spurs Youth counts a number of local businesses, retail, marketing, and
commercial, among its sponsors. Thanks too are due to the local Council
for support, in particular for providing ‘First Football’ goalposts.
Club sponsors have helped provide training facilities, trophies for
Awards Night, Club ties, nets, training balls and other items of
equipment. For its part, the Club is always seeking innovative and
imaginative ways of arranging Press coverage of the Club’s successes,
and the debt owed to the sponsors.
report from Fleet Spurs Youth features in every edition of the Fleet
& Yateley Mail throughout the season and while it is clear to the
readership that, our teams do not win every game, they play the game in
a positive and competitive spirit.
club also has its own website www.fleetspurs.co.uk
which contains further details and contact names for the club and each
of its teams and our Executive Committee is always glad to speak to
potential Club sponsors: please contact John Gawthorpe 01252-665630 in
the first instance.
"Hart FC was founded in 1998. Until last season we were known as Hart Boys FC. This season we have players all the way from age 5 to age 12. Whilst the older age group players are all boys, we are starting to see girls joining the younger age groups"
The full list of aims of Hart FC is in the Constitution. Here is a summary:
· To provide a safe environment for the children who come to play football
· To ensure that each child is given every opportunity to develop their own footballing skills
· To ensure that every child at the club has the opportunity to represent the club at competitive football at a standard appropriate to their abilities
In practise, this means having a lot of fun whilst improving all aspects of our play.
attract players from Fleet and from Odiham. Our older age groups
have excellent records for
The over-6s to over 10-s train and play at Court Moor School
For more information contact the website www.hartfc.net
Senior Mens Team 16+.
Play Sundays at the Pewter Driver Centre Sports Field
Boys and Girls Teams from 6-18 years.