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Recalling Northwood United's 1937 League Cup success

As we continue to remind ourselves of better times, here on the official website we are looking back over the years to when Northwood won the Cup!!

Today we look back over 80 years to 1937, when Northwood United defeated Wealdstone Corinthians 6-1 at Wealdstone's Lower Mead ground in the Harrow, Wembley & District Senior League Cup final. Northwood were one of the top junior outfits in Middlesex at the time, and would go on to clinch their fifth successive league title - and a second league and cup double, too.

We bring you details of the team line-up, club profile from the day plus the match report here.

26 May 2020

Looking back to the 1979 Hellenic League Cup win!!

As we continue to remind ourselves of better times, here on the official website we are looking back over the years to when Northwood won the Cup!!

Today our match in focus is the Morrant Hellenic League Division One Cup victory in 1979, when Northwood, managed by Pat Coburn, beat Morris Motors 2-0 in the final at Abingdon Town's ground. And that cup victory completed the Northwood's League League title and Cup double - the second double for the Woods in successive seasons, also leading to a second successive promotion!!

We bring you details of the team line-up, club and player profiles from the day, team photo and the match report you remember this game?

20 May 2020

Pat Byrne given terrific send-off

There was a terrific send-off for the club's Life President Pat Byrne this afternoon, with many people gathering at the stadium to pay tribute and say farewell to the man that many think of as Mr Northwood.

Pat's service was webcasted, and a 28-day Watch-Back will be available soon at; using user name: breakspear0160, password: 107118.

      R.I.P. Pat.

15 May 2020

Six-times Woods winner Martin O'Donnell recalls his football times

Yesterday, we recalled the 1978 Middlesex League Cup final success; a big part of that victory was defender Martin O’Donnell, who made 113 Northwood appearances between February 1976 and March 1980 – being involved in six trophy wins in that time!

We caught up with Martin recently, and he talked about his football career, including his successful years playing at Northwood.

“I left school 1965 and joined Tottenham Hotspur as an apprentice professional”, he said. “I was offered a pro contract in early 1967 however I fractured my thigh in a training session and subsequently found out I had osteomyelitis, which is a disease of the marrow of the bone which had weakened the thigh bone – hence the break.

“I was in hospital and plaster for 9 months before the thigh healed, and on leaving hospital Spurs were very good as they paid my salary up to the end of season 1967/68. But they released me as my leg was never going to be strong enough. In fact, my left leg was over one inch shorter than my right leg.

“I was 18 at the time and couldn’t run or play any sport for about 18 months but I eventually got myself fit and joined Hayes, who were managed at the time by Eddie Gibbins an old Spurs player who contacted me via an ex Chief Scout Dick Walker.

“After two years at Hayes, then in the Athenian League, during which I played in the first team, enjoying the fact that I could play again! I was then approached to play for Walthamstow Avenue in the Isthmian League, who had some ex Spurs players in their ranks, and I spent two successful years there.

“Next came a moved to Southall, who were managed by Geoff Taylor and we were very successful; I met a lot of guys there who remain close friends. I then got married and my life changed as I joined a major cosmetic company and the role took me all over the UK and Europe, which meant very little time for regular training etc.

“At the time, I played on Sundays with a team named Langford, for whom Paddy Coburn played. He invited me to join Northwood, and the rest is history!

“I loved my time at Northwood, in particular the fans and members, such as Paul and Pat Byrne. The players were a tight group and many of them could have played at a much higher level. They were great times, and we won a few trophies!”

8 May 2020

Looking back to the 1978 Middlesex League Cup win!!

As we continue to remind ourselves of better times, here on the official website we are looking back over the years to when Northwood won the Cup!!

Our featured match today is the Middlesex League Cup victory in 1978, when the Woods, managed by Pat Coburn, beat Pitshanger Dynamo 3-1 in the final at the old Hillingdon Borough Leas Stadium. That cup victory completed the Northwood's Middlesex League title and Cup double!

We bring you details of the team line-up, player profiles from the day, team photo and the match report you remember this game?

7 May 2020

Tributes flow in for Pat Byrne

There has been an amazing response to the very sad passing of Pat Byrne on Saturday, with over 30,000 views of the club’s Tweet carrying the devastating news, and a further 4,500 seeing the Facebook post.

So many people have written tributes to Pat; here are a small selection of them:

You are Northwood Football Club! Thank you Pat. – Robin Piper
Such desperately sad news. I guess I must have known Pat on and off the field for fifty years plus and can well remember the duels that HTFC had with him and his brother Paul. – Bob Fisher, Hanwell Town
Such sad news. So kind, so funny, so generous and always consistently helpful to me and everyone in the Northwood family over many, many years. Pat was the best, shared most of my interests, was great company and I’ll miss him loads. – Alan Evans
Northwood Legend! Our thoughts are with you Shamira and the Family. My Dad Steve sends his condolences also. He was a top man! – Garry Senior
What sad, sad news! Pat in my eyes you are and always will be “Mr Northwood” I have so many great memories of you from when I was playing and hearing you from the stands and your banter after the games in the bar too! – Gavin Hart
Sending my deepest sympathy to Pat’s family at this sad time. Will always be an original Northwood legend. From the Nolans.- Alex Nolan
RIP Pat, my thoughts are with your family at this sad time, such a lovely man who was always a pleasure to talk to. – Scott Dash
RIP, a great person who loved the football and golf clubs. Even if he didn’t have the best day on the golf course he would still be smiling, and would more than likely make up for it at the card table. – Neil Moncur
So sad to hear this, RIP Pat. Lovely guy who loved the club through to his core. Thoughts are with his family, friends and all at Northwood at this time. – Simon Lane
Rest in peace dear Pat. You have left me with such happy memories of time spent with you at Northwood FC over many years. Truly a remarkable man who will never be forgotten. – Julie Bratton
What a character and what a great man, did so much for so many people and always so much fun. RIP Pat, you will be missed my friend. – Matthew Ward
Very sad news so many stories to tell would all ways have time to talk to you about football golf cricket loved his sport and loved Northwood FC, will be sadly missed. – Dan Williams
Always had a one liner! Of course on the away coach, Pat would always say on departure "hands up if you’re not on board yet!" – Gerry Pimm
It was my privilege to have known Pat very well, and I can honestly say that he was ‘Mr Northwood’ through and through. His legacy will live on and he will never be forgotten; Pat was an honest and fun loving man who gave an incredible amount to Northwood FC. – John Toogood

1 May 2020

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