If you're planning to visit Hendon Football Club for the first time - whether you're hoping to become a new fan, visiting with your own team, or groundhopping - we hope that this page will provide you with all the information you need to make it an enjoyable day.
We are delighted to have our own home once again after leaving Claremont Road in 2008, and we will be starting the 2016-17 season at Silver Jubilee Park in West Hendon. Directions for all forms of transport can be found on our Directions Page.
There is plenty of parking both within the club and on local side roads. However, we do ask that you park considerately and do not block other people in the car park, or block driveways if parking on street.
Our season runs from mid-August to early May, with our usual matchdays being on Saturdays and Mondays, starting at 3:00pm and 7:45pm respectively. We keep our website's Fixtures and Results Page up to date with our latest fixtures, so you can check there to see when we are next at home.
Our latest ticket prices can always be found on the Admission and Season Tickets page. Programmes, typically costing Â£2, are usually sold just outside the turnstiles or in our club-shop. We may sell out of these before the game, but if you are desperate for one for some reason, do speak to one of our volunteers and we will do our best to try and find a spare one for you.
We may occasionally reduce prices and for cup games against higher level opposition may be forced to increase prices, but we always aim to publicise this beforehand if it is the case.
We do not usually sell tickets in advance, so you can turn up and pay on the day. The turnstiles for all fans are on the left at the far end of football club car park and usually open around two hours before kick-off. The clubhouse is inside the ground, and all are welcome to join us for a drink before and after the game.
Again, for big cup games against larger sides, we may be forced to sell tickets in advance or make a match all ticket. If this is the case we will publicise this as widely as possible, so please do double check if planning to attend one of our bigger ties.
We, in common with most football clubs at our level, do not segregate our games and so you are free to sit or stand wherever you like. We cover on all four sides of the ground, with seated stands on one side and at the far end.
Typically at our level, many supporters of the teams choose to stand behind the goal which their side is attacking and change ends at half time.
If you're feeling brave, feel free to speak to one of our fans - many of us will be wearing some form of green. We're a friendly bunch and more than happy to welcome newcomers or help out with questions on the day.
Our other main facilities inside the ground include a club shop, and food and hot & cold drinks are available in the clubhouse.
Toilets are available both inside the clubhouse, and also in the ground at the car park end of the main building.
Yes! The clubhouse is ahead of you on the right after you have come through the turnstiles. Inside we serve lager, bitter and Guinness from taps along with bottles of lager, cider, light ale, wine and various spirits, soft drinks and mixers. Most alcoholic drinks cost around Â£3.
Home and away fans of all ages are welcome to join us before the game, at half time and afterwards where you will often get a chance to meet the players and managers after they've changed and showered. The TV in the clubhouse will usually have some sport or the latest scores on, while we also have a dart board available for people to use.
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If you've got any other requirements or any questions about things that we haven't covered, feel free to contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or alternatively, feel free to leave a message on our messageboard, where one of our supporters may be able to help.