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Monday 16 September - League Cup date confirmed...Farnborough rearranged - again

It's been confirmed that our League Cup tie at Walton Casuals will take place on Tuesday 1st October at the Excel Hub, with a kick off at 7:45pm.

As a result, our once rearranged visit to Farnborough will now take place on Wednesday 13th November, also kicking off at 7:45pm.

Posted at 15:50

Saturday 14 September - Greens shot down by Magpies

Hendon once again were made to pay for a profligate first half by Dorchester Town at SJP this afternoon.

Chris Grace saved an early Charlie Davis penalty before Matty Harriott stroked home an effort from the edge of the box to give the Greens the advantage.

Both sides had excellent chances to increase the score but Shane Murphy made a number of good saves from Ryan Hope and Connor Calcutt, whilst Grace made a couple of excellent saves to keep the Greens ahead.

After the break, only Grace kept the Greens from a hiding as Jack Hoey helped himself to an excellent second half hattick whilst Grace made three further excellent saves to keep the Greens alive.

Posted at 17:15

Saturday 14 September - League Cup Draw

The draw for the CSS Southern League Cup was made yesterday and we have been drawn away to Walton Casuals in the 1st round.

The game is excepted to take place in the first week of October, however we will confirm as soon as we have the date finalised.

Posted at 12:37

Friday 13 September - Look ahead to Dorchester

Tomorrow we resume our Southern League campaign after a fortnight's hiatus with the visit of Dorchester Town to Silver Jubilee Park.

Like ourselves, Dorchester ended up skirting rather closer to relegation than they would have liked, however the appointment in March of Callum Brooks as manager saw the Magpies hit a vein of form which not only dragged them clear of the drop zone, but finish one place above the Greens with a near identical record thanks to having a better goal difference by two goals.

The two sides have met on three previous occasions with Dorchester winning a 3rd Qualifying Round FA Cup tie in October 2014 1-0 - the game which ended Leon Smith's club record equalling scoring run - and then in the league last season, one of the best 45 minutes of the season saw us win 3-0 away from home almost a year ago before a fairly turgid goalless draw here at SJP in Aprili between the two sides.

This season, as Brooks looks to settle in a number of new faces the Magpies have found the going a little tough. One win - on opening day against winless Beaconsfield Town - and three points is all they currently have to show for their opening five league games, however they did progress through to the 2nd Qualifying Round of the FA Cup with a comfortable 2-0 win over Evesham Town on Sunday. Tom Bath, a summer signing from Tiverton Town, scored both goals to continue his prolific start to the campaign.

The Greens go into the game on the back of the penalty shoot-out win over Cockfosters on Tuesday night and should be able to welcome back one or two recent absentees. Francis Amartey, signed yesterday from Slough Town on-loan, should be involved as Jimmy Gray seeks to extend the unbeaten run into a fifth match in all competitions ahead of next week's FA Cup tie with Deeping Rangers.

Posted at 10:42

Thursday 12 September - Snowball Draws

With the help of Dawn Tate, Colin Tate's wife, the draws for the Snowball Lottery were made on Tuesday night for the months of January through to August. The results are as follow:


First prize - £274.50 - ball number 19

Second prize - £137.25 - ball number 42

Contribution to Trust - £411.75


First prize - £268.50 - ball number 99

Second prize - £134.25 - ball number 65

Contribution to Trust - £402.75


First prize - £270.00 - ball number 126

Second prize - £135.00 - ball number 40

Contribution to Trust - £405.00


First prize - £270.00 - ball number 109

Second prize - £135.00 - ball number 16

Contribution to Trust - £405.00


First prize - £234.00 - ball number 100

Second prize - £117.00 - ball number 125

Contribution to Trust - £351.00


First prize - £231.00 - ball number 221

Second prize - £115.50 - ball number 79

Contribution to Trust - £346.50


First prize - £222.00 - ball number 51

Second prize - £111.00 - ball number 110

Contribution to Trust - £333.00


First prize - £249.00 - ball number 193

Second prize - £124.50 - ball number 70

Contribution to Trust - £373.50

We'd like to pass our thanks onto all participants for their paitence, all winners should hear from Simon Lawrence in the coming days.

Posted at 21:14

Thursday 12 September - Amartey signs on-loan

20-year old forward Francis Amartey has joined on-loan from Vanarama South side Slough Town for 1 month.

Francis, who has previously been with Birmingham City, Beaconsfield and Flackwell Heath, will be available for Saturday's game with Dorchester Town.

We welcome him to the club and hope he enjoys his time with us.

Posted at 19:33

Wednesday 11 September - New date for Farnborough

We have a new date for our visit to Farnborough that was originally due to take place next week.

We will now travel to Hampshire on Wednesday 2nd October, kick-off at 7:45pm.

Posted at 17:06

Wednesday 11 September - New Supporters Association Website

The Supporters Association have recently launched a new website that is now fully live and active.

As well as news and articles, the online shop has undergone a revamp and is fully open, you're able to join the Association online and support through goal sponsorship as well.

The site can be found here and can also be linked via the Links page on the club website.

Posted at 13:19

Wednesday 11 September - London Senior Cup 2nd Round

Following last night's penalty shoot-out victory over Cockfosters we have been drawn away to the winners of the Met Police and AFC Wimbledon tie, which is still awaiting a date, in the 2nd round.

We will update a confirmed date for our game in due course when we have it.

Posted at 13:12

Tuesday 10 September - It's Deeping in the cup

After this evening's FA Cup replay in Suffolk we will play Deeping Rangers in the 2nd Qualifying Round on Saturday 21st September.

The United Counties League side beat AFC Sudbury 3-2 away from home to secure a first ever meeting between the two sides.

Posted at 22:15

Tuesday 10 September - Dickinson the penalty hero

Tyla Dickinson was the Hendon hero this evening as his three penalty saves in a shoot out saw the Greens progress to the next stage of the London Senior Cup against Cockfosters.

Cekyan Karahozlu gave the visitors an early lead after five minutes outpacing the Hendon defence and finishing coolly whilst Hendon's equaliser came five minutes after the break when a goalmouth scramble went in off a defender.

Both sides attacked with intent, the better chances falling Hendon's way, but Cockfosters fully deserved the shoot-out.

Dickinson saved the visitors' first three efforts whilst Kameron English and Howard Hall scored for the Greens. Brad Robinson, who made a number of excellent claims from crosses, then saved from Luca Valentine before Cockfosters' fourth penalty hit the post to give the Greens progression into round 2.

Posted at 22:06

Monday 09 September - Little Common report and photos online

The report and photos from our FA Cup victory over Little Common are now online with thanks, as ever, to Derek Beech and David Ballheimer.

Little Common 0-1 Hendon on Flickr

Little Common 0-1 Hendon on Facebook

Posted at 13:53

Monday 09 September - Home FA Cup Draw

The draw for the 2nd Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has been made and we have been drawn at home to the winner of the Deeping Rangers and AFC Sudbury replay.

It would be a first ever meeting with Deeping Rangers whilst we have met AFC Sudbury twice in league matches, winning one and losing the other, and never beaten them in three FA Cup and FA Trophy meetings.

The tie will take place on Saturday 21st September at 3pm.

Posted at 13:08

Saturday 07 September - Greens edge past Little Common

A late Romario Jonas header in his first apperance of the season saw Hendon come through a tricky FA Cup tie at Little Common this afternoon.

In a fairly even contest the Greens saw the two best chances of the first half go begging before the hosts had strong shouts for a penalty waved away after the break. Jonas sealed progression for the visitors nine minutes from time heading home from a corner.

The draw for the 2nd Qualifying round will take place on Monday and the result means that our London Senior Cup tie with Cockfosters will go ahead on Tuesday as planned.

Posted at 16:55

Friday 06 September - FA Cup starts tomorrow

The FA Cup begins tomorrow for the Greens with a trip to East Sussex and visit to Little Common FC.

Little Common were formed in 1966 as Albion United, based in Bexhill-on-sea, originally as two youth teams and gradually grew, adding a men's section and winning the East Sussex League in 1977/8 gaining them promotion into the Sussex County League.

In 1986 the club changed their name to Little Common Albion and rejoined the East Sussex League after finishing bottom of their division in 1995 and a further relegation saw them return to junior football for a few years.

In 1999 the club returned to the East Sussex League and gained promotion to the Sussex County League (which became the Southern Combination League) in 2005.

The club currently sit 9th in the Premier Division of the Southern Combination League (the same division as Lancing who we met last season) having taken 7 points from their opening 5 league matches.

Victories in the FA Cup over Corinthian FC and then Three Bridges have brought them to the 1st Qualifying Round although they fell at the first hurdle of the FA Vase last Saturday losing 2-1 to K Sports. They got back on track in midweek however with an impressive 5-0 win over Hailsham Town in the Peter Bentley Challenge Cup.

Little Common play their home matches currently at Eastbourne United's ground.

If a replay is required then it will take place at SJP on Tuesday night with a 7:45pm kick-off, we hope to see a strong travelling contingent of the Green Army making the journey south to cheer the boys on.

Posted at 07:25

Thursday 05 September - Hamblin wins August award

The results of the August Player of the Month award sponsored by PP Wealth have been announced with Tom Hamblin the landslide winner.

Charlie Smith came second and Connor Calcutt third. Congratulations to Tom who will receive his award from Simon Lawrence ahead of our home game with Dorchester on Saturday week.

Posted at 05:09

Thursday 05 September - County Cup tie admission

We are delighted to be able to announce reduced admission for all home county cup ties this season beginning with Tuesday's game wtih Cockfosters.

Admission prices will be £6 for adults, £3 for concessions and £1 for Under-18s and will apply for all home Middlesex and London Senior Cup ties.

Posted at 05:08

Wednesday 04 September - Nyama joins

James Gray has further increased his options with the addition of midfielder / forward Tom Nyama from Metropolitan Police.

A former professional in Sweden, Tom has also had spells with Merstham and Kings Langley before joining the Police last season and playing a role in their successes. He was an unused substitute when the Met visited SJP earlier this season.

Posted at 15:00

Wednesday 04 September - Farnborough match off

It has been confirmed that our game against Farnborough due to be played on Wednesday 18th September has been postponed due to Farnborough's county cup tie with Blackfield & Langley.

We will inform you of the new date as and when it's been rearranged.

Posted at 08:56

Wednesday 04 September - Cockfosters in the London Senior Cup

The draw for the 1st round of the London Senior Cup has been made and we have been handed a home tie with Cockfosters of the Essex Senior League.

The tie is due to take place on Tuesday 10th September at SJP, however should we draw on Saturday against Little Common the FA Cup replay will take precedence.

Posted at 08:51

Wednesday 04 September - Player of the Month Reminder

The vote for the August Player of the Month sponsored by PP Wealth will close at midnight tonight.

To cast your vote please click on the link below. The winner will be announced tomorrow and will receive his award at a coming home game.

August Player of the Month vote

Posted at 08:50

Sunday 01 September - FA Cup tie travel information

Saturday sees us begin our FA Cup campaign with a visit to Little Common, members of the South East Combination League.

The tie will take place at Eastbourne United's ground where Little Common are sharing this season. The full address is:

The Oval

Channel View Road


BN22 7LN

The nearest station is Eastbourne, approximately 1.6 miles from the ground. From the station there is a bus service (1 or 1A from bus-stop R2) every 15 minutes that drops you at The Archery bus stop, just beyond the end of Channel View Road and a 3 or 4 minute walk from the ground.

For those travelling by road, take the M25, M23 and A23 to the A27 towards Lewes and Newhaven. Stay on the A27 for approximately 20 miles until you reach the Golden Jubilee roundabout with the A22.

Take the 2nd exit onto the A22 and at the next two roundabouts take the 2nd exits to remain on the A22 for approximately 2 miles.

Then take a slight left onto the A2290 (Lottbridge Drove) and at the 2nd roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A259 (Seaside). After half a mile turn left onto Channel View Road and the ground is on the left.

Posted at 10:18

Sunday 01 September - August Player of the Month vote

The vote for the August Player of the Month award sponsored by PP Wealth is now open at the below link and will close on Wednesday.

August Player of the Month vote

Posted at 10:05

Sunday 01 September - Dickinson signs on-loan

Jimmy Gray added goalkeeper Tyla Dickinson to his squad on Friday on a work experience loan agreement from Queens Park Rangers.

18-year old Tyla is part of the Under-23 squad at Loftus Road and made his debut for Hendon yesterday in the 2-2 draw at Yate Town. We welcome him to the club and wish him well for his time with the club.

Posted at 10:02

Saturday 31 August - Greens pay price for missed chances

Hendon paid the price for a catalogue of missed second half chances as Yate Town equaliser deep in stoppage time for a share of the spoils this afternoon.

Luca Valentine opened the scoring in the 7th minute before Nicholas Peare equalised shortly after half time. Connor Calcutt restored the advantage with twenty minutes before Hendon wasted four clearcut chances to make the game safe.

They were made to pay in the last minute of stoppage time when Luke Spokes' shot beat Tyla Dickinson to salvage a point.

Posted at 17:01

Friday 30 August - One in, one out

There's been a couple of changes to the squad announced today with one new arrival and one player moving on.

Firstly goalkeeper Max Huxter has left the club in pursuit of first-team football. Max signed just prior to the beginning of the season but has been unable to dislodge Chris Grace from the number 1 shirt. We wish Max all the best for the next steps in his career.

Incoming is 19-year old defender Harvie Gardiner from Hanwell Town. Formerly an Ebbsfleet Youth player, Harvie had a spell with North Greenford United towards the end of last season making 14 appearances and scoring once. We welcome Harvie to the club and hope he enjoys his time at SJP.

Posted at 12:40

Friday 30 August - Awayday to Yate tomorrow

Tomorrow afternoon sees us make the journey down the M4 for our first ever game with Yate Town who were newly promoted last season.

After finishing 3rd in the Southern League Division 1 South last season, the Bluebells gained promotion following a penalty shoot-out success over Moneyfields in the play-off semi-final and then beating Cinderford Town 3-1 in the final to secure a return to step 3 following a 10-year absence.

This season, under the stewardship of boss Paul Britton, Yate have one win and three defeats from their opening four league matches and drew 2-2 with Exmouth Town in their FA Cup Preliminary Round tie last weekend.

The opening four matches has seen the Bluebells meet three of the fancied sides for the title. Following a 4-1 defeat against fellow new-boys Blackfield & Langley, the Bluebells picked up an astonishing 4-0 triumph over much fancied Taunton Town on the road to get themselves up and running. That was followed by a 3-0 defeat at Poole Town and then, on Bank Holiday Monday a narrow 3-2 defeat against Salisbury.

With the Greens going into the game without any major injury concerns and with confidence buoyed by that 3-1 victory over Chesham, they'll be looking to build on that success whilst Yate will be looking to get back on track after their two most recent defeats.

The postcode for the ground is BS37 7LE and is approximately 7.7 miles off Junction 18 of the M4.

After leaving the M4 take the 3rd exit onto the A46, Bath Road and follow the road for 2.1 miles. Then turn left onto the A432, Badmington Road and follow this for approximately 3.5 miles until the roundabout with the B4059. Take the 3rd exit at this roundabout onto the B4059.

Take the 2nd exit at the first roundabout and the 1st exit at the 2nd roundabout to remain on the B4059. Turn right onto North Road by The Fox pub and Lodge Road is the first road on the left. The ground is at the end of Lodge Road.

We look forward to seeing as many supporters make the trip as possible and wish everyone a safe journey.

Posted at 11:46

Wednesday 28 August - Duke of Cambridge visit

It has been confirmed that attendance for the Duke of Cambridge's visit to Silver Jubilee Park on Friday 6th September will be by invitation only.

His Royal Highness' visit will be filmed by the FA as part of their Heads Up campaign and the BBC for a documentary meaning that many logistical considerations need to be taken into account.

We are aware that many supporters will be disappointed however we are required to abide by protocols set down by the FA and Kensington Palace. We will be seeking advice later this week with regards to people wanting to wait outside the car park gates and will provide a further update when we have it

Posted at 21:48

Wednesday 28 August - Chesham highlights online

We are delighted that the highlights of Monday afternoon's 3-1 win over Chesham United have been uploaded to the HFCTV YouTube channel and are now available for you to view.

Hendon 3-1 Chesham United

Posted at 20:28

Wednesday 28 August - More details on the Duke of Cambridge's visit

The Duke of Cambridge, President of the Football Association (FA), will visit Hendon FC on Friday 6th September to learn more the club's mental health outreach initiatives. The visit will form part of Heads Up, a new season-long campaign which will harness the power of football to encourage more people - particularly men - to feel comfortable talking about their mental health, and feel able to support their friends and families through difficult times. The visit also takes place the day before the club's participation in the Emirates FA Cup First Round Qualifying.

In 2017, Hendon FC launched an outreach programme in conjunction with the Brent Early Years Intervention Service to enable young people from the local community who live with mental health issues to attend training sessions at the club. Using football as a means to help improve their mental health and wellbeing, the group of young people formed the Hendon FC Mental Health team, and now attend specially tailored training sessions at the club on a weekly basis. The Duke will join a number of players on the pitch, and will hear more about how the project has helped them manage their mental health challenges. His Royal Highness will also speak to a number of the club's fans and supporters in the stands who have experienced mental health issues, to understand how football and the sense of community it provides can play an important role on their journeys to recovery.

The Duke will also spend time at Hendon with a number of the club's coaches, and will discuss their role in supporting players with their mental health. The visit coincides with the launch of The FA's new comprehensive guidance for coaches and managers, distributed to FA affiliated adult clubs. His Royal Highness will discuss the new guidelines with the Hendon FC coaches, and how it can support them in identifying the signs of mental health issues, and offer support and signposting where needed to help improve the mental wellbeing of players.

Launched at the Community Shield by The FA and Heads Together, Heads Up is a season-long campaign spearheaded by The Duke of Cambridge which will use the influence and popularity of football to show the nation that mental health is just as important as physical health. It will support the important work which is already taking place across the UK to end the stigma surrounding mental health, and will strive to raise awareness, spark conversation and signpost support for those in need. Heads Up will be visible across all levels of the game, from the elite to grassroots, and at the biggest moments of The FA's season including men's and women's England internationals and FA competitions. The campaign will conclude at the Emirates FA Cup Final on 23rd May, 2020.

Posted at 09:18

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