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Woods seek Under 18s management team

The club are looking for a new management team for the Under 18 Isthmian League side following the departure of John Nolan.

Please indicate your interest, in the first instance to Chairman, Ian Barry, by text on 07956 121300, giving a rough outline of your experience and why you feel you would be suitable for the post.

We are looking to make a fairly quick appointment, so the deadline for applications is next Wednesday 15th July, with interviews taking place shortly afterwards.

The club would like to place on records its thanks to John Nolan for his hard work and efforts since taking the role, and wish him every success in the future.

10 July 2020




Northwood Hygiene Products confirm continuation of kit sponsorship

Northwood Football Club is delighted to confirm that the first team kit will continue to be sponsored by the local company with the same name – Northwood Hygiene Products – for the forthcoming 2020/21 season. Rhino Kitchen Roll, one of their popular products, will again appear on the front of Woods' shirts.

The company, whose main hygiene products base is in Telford, was started by the Fecher family who grew up in Northwood and have their paper sales office in Harrow. The Club would like to thank the company, and especially Director Adam Fecher, for their continued support of the Club as we look forward to the new Isthmian League season.

Northwood chairman Ian Barry commented: “On behalf of all of us at the club, we are genuinely delighted at the continuation of the sponsorship, which means so much to us in many ways and of course in these troubling times.

“It was great to meet Adam and his staff last year and we remain truly thankful for their support. Of course, we hope for a more successful season on the pitch, reflecting the amazing transformation of the club and facilities.”

9 July 2020




AcreTweed Stadium receives F.A. "C" Grading

The Club was delighted to hear recently that the ground works carried out at the AcreTweed Stadium in 2020 has led to the award of a "C-Grading" by the Football Association's Ground Grading Committee after their tri-annual inspection.

In effect, it means that the Northwood FC ground can now stage Step 3 football once again after an absence of about a decade but more importantly we are pleased to be able to offer supporters a safe, comfortable and attractive environment for all supporters, home and away, to watch games at the club. Isthmian League Chairman Nick Robinson was quoted as saying "this is a great achievement".

The ground work was made possible thanks to a grant awarded to the club by the Football Stadium Improvement Fund and topped up by donations from a select band of Northwood supporters, whose generosity has been commemorated on a "Wall of Gratitude" that has been erected just inside the Club's new turnstile block which is now located closer to the clubhouse. The work follows the extensive clubhouse refurbishment that was completed a couple of years ago and even that has now been improved by the completion of a new improved kitchen area which was also funded by the FSIF grant and donations.

The start date for the new season of 2020/21 remains something of a mystery at present, but there is no doubt that when it arrives, Northwood Football Club and the AcreTweed Stadium will once again be a great place to enjoy a day at the football and we look forward to seeing everyone. A reminder of how to purchase your Season Tickets is in the news item below.

7 July 2020




Please buy your season tickets and Club 1926 memberships

To celebrate the award of a new "C-Grading" for the Acretweed Stadium, we are now making initial plans for a new season, and despite not currently having a date for the commencement of the new campaign, our playing squad is back in training and the clubhouse is now operating again (though both with restrictions as currently imposed by the Government).

Anyway, funds during the last six months have obviously dwindled due to the enforced closure of the clubhouse and we are trying to encourage people that can afford to do so, to purchase our usual great value Season Ticket deals as early as possible to help with cash flow. We have set ourselves a target that we would love to get back to which is our original number of 100 Season Ticket holders when we first launched our cut-price scheme in 2015 and so we really encourage you to join us for the new season.

The cost is just £45 to cover all League games (including our Under-18s in the midweek Youth League should you wish to pop down) so even if you attend only five games, you would at least break even, so it remains a really great deal for everyone local including perhaps Watford FC Season-ticket holders who don't travel to away matches.

We have already been really delighted with the number of people who have also upgraded their Season Ticket to a Club 1926 Membership, which for £145 adds one Player Sponsorship (which you can choose as soon as the squad is finalised and we have a date for starting) and also one home game where you (and three other people) can enjoy Boardroom Hospitality in addition to the Season Ticket - it's a great value-for-money deal and we currently have about ten left for the season.

The links for everything is here below for your convenience (though you can also do this direct here through the usual pages elsewhere on the website of course).

To complete Season Ticket or 1926 Membership Application - please complete from this link and return to Alan Evans either by email or in post to address given (where cheques can also be sent).

To pay for a Season Ticket on-line use this link (where it says Zip Code you need to enter your Postcode without spaces).

To pay for a 1926 Membership on-line use this link.

Or to make a one-off donation on-line use this link.

We really hope to see you back at the Acretweed Stadium soon!

6 July 2020




@TheWoods is re-opening this Saturday!!

This Saturday we are back open!

@TheWoods, the Northwood FC clubhouse, opens at 9.00 a.m. for breakfast, then the bar will open at 12.00 noon, so that we can at last have a pint in a pint glass once again!

A selection of new drinks will be available, with live football on the big screens and a bite to eat.

So come on down to @TheWoods this Saturday and support your club. See you then!

30 June 2020




Woods so close in DonateATicket Cup

The Woods had an exciting DonateATicket Cross-Country Cup tie against Rothes from the Scottish Highland League, with many people kindly donating to the club for three days over the weekend. 

Thanks to your generosity, the tie ended up as a draw at 136-136. Unfortunately, the Scots proved stronger in the extra time period of one hour, winning out 177-139.

This event has raised nearly £700 for club funds, so thanks to all who supported us. A total of £11,360 was raised amongst the 32 clubs taking part this weekend, so well done to the guys at DonateATicket on a wonderful initiative!!

We had a number of prizes to thank all the donors for taking part; the draw for these has now taken place and the winners are:
Club 1926 membership for 2020-21 - John Joyce
Season ticket - Jim Everett
NFC scarf - Tino Nannavecchia
Nfc mug - Darren Boardman
Congratulations to all four winners!!

29 June 2020



AcreTweed Stadium looking good!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The AcreTweed Stadium pitch is looking in great condition!!

Who’s missing seeing the Woods in action??

#UpTheWoods

26 June 2020




Season ticket, Club 1926 - will you support us?

With the club still closed for functions, things are getting a little tight financially as we continue to meet our obligations so we feel that now is the time to ask all our supporters (and indeed any generous members of the local or football community) to help towards club funds by making an early purchase of a Season Ticket for our League games in the long-awaited new season. 

As last year we are making this available at the incredible bargain price of only £45.00 for all League games (and this will include free admission to all our Under-18 games in their midweek Youth league) plus possible discounted entry to League games for our groundshare tenants. 

However, we know we have been contacted by several of our supporters asking if they can help with more than this so we also have other additional options available now. 

You can opt for 1926 Membership, costing £145, which, in addition to the Season Ticket, will also allow you to have: 

  • One Player Sponsorship (you can choose once the starting squad is known).
  • One Sponsored Match (you can choose once the fixtures are known) - to include up to four people for Boardroom Hospitality on the day (if required).
  • Acknowledgement in the Award-Winning Match-Day Programme.
  • An announcement on the PA.

To order your Club 1926 membership, click here.

Alternatively, there is also an opportunity to simply make an additional donation when paying for your Season Ticket. To purchase season tickets and to make additional donations, click here.

Please, as always, spread the word about the Season Ticket deal and get as many of your friends and family members to join us here at Northwood Football Club. 

Season Tickets will be available for collection at all home pre-season games or home league matches once the season starts. 

Thanks to you all for your support through these continuing difficult times!

24 June 2020



Looking back to the 1990 Spartan 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 we go back to 1990, and we review the victory in the Greene King Spartan League Cup final against Cheshunt, days after Alan Merison's squad had been pipped to the league title.

We bring you details of the team line-up, player profiles, photos and the match report here...do you remember this game?

15 June 2020




Please support our Community Day fundraising

In April, our home game against FC Romania – the Annual Club Community Day – was cancelled.

To help with our fundraising we have teamed up with Donate A Ticket, so that you can still support us even though the game was off.

Please share and give generously if you can here.

Coming soon will be the Donate a Ticket Cross-Country Cup, an Anglo-Scottish virtual cup competition which is also designed to help with clubs' fundraising efforts.

10 June 2020




Looking back to 1933 when 900 saw Northwood win the cup!!

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 go back to 1933, soon after the club had been formed, and we review the victory in the Northwood Hospital Charity Cup final, which was played at Northwood recreation ground in front of a 900-strong crowd!

We bring you details of the team line-up, a club focus and the match report here...do you remember this game; if you were there, please let us know!!!

8 June 2020



Wall Of Gratitude unveiled

You will recall that just over a year ago the club appealed for help towards some much-needed Ground Improvements that was really successful and, thanks to plenty of generous donations, raised over £10,000 towards the work which was carried out alongside a grant received from the Football Stadia Improvement Fund.

That work was very close to completion when the season drew to a premature close in early March and there is just a few more cosmetic touches to add when things are back to normal.

By the time that we are back in action at the Acretweed Stadium, everything should look fresh, shiny and new.

Everyone who made a kind donation will be invited to join us to say thank you at a future game at the club but in the meantime we have erected a Wall of Gratitude close to the new turnstile entrance as shown in this picture.

Thank you everyone who made a positive contribution - it was very much appreciated. 

2 June 2020




The first of Woods' three trophies in 1979!!

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 go back to 1979, when Northwood were enjoying a great first season in the Hellenic League. The Woods would go on to lift three trophies that year, the first of which was the Middlesex Intermediate Cup, as they beat Feltham reserves 2-1 in the final at Harrow Borough's Earlsmead.   

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

1 June 2020



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