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FA curtail the league season

The FA’s Alliance and Leagues Committees have now considered the large amount of data and information submitted by clubs across the National League System (NLS) Steps 3-6 as part of a survey to gather views on the continuation or conclusion of the 2020-21 league season, in addition to the information set out in the Government’s roadmap this week.

The results of the survey showed that over 76% of all clubs across Steps 3-6 indicated a preference to curtail the 2020-21 league season if it could not be restarted with limited spectator numbers and hospitality before 1 April 2021.

Taking into account the survey results and the ongoing impact of Covid-19, which continues to adversely affect incomes for clubs due to restrictions on both spectators and hospitality, The FA’s Alliance and Leagues Committees have reached a consensus that subject to the approval of FA Council, the 2020-21 league season for Steps 3-6 of the NLS should be curtailed with immediate effect, with no further league matches taking place this season. The Committees will now present their collective recommendations to The FA Council for ratification.

25 February 2021 

FA issue season pause update

The FA have written to all Step Three to Six clubs with an update on the ongoing paused season situation.

They provide the following update to clubs in relation to the potential continuation or curtailment of the 2020/21 season at Steps 3 to 6 of the National League System (NLS).

The Alliance Committee (Steps 3 & 4) and Leagues Committee (Steps 5 & 6) met on 8 and 9 February, respectively, to discuss the data that was collated following the recent surveys circulated to Clubs at this level of the game. During discussions, the Committees acknowledged the likelihood that the Prime Minister will set out a ‘roadmap’ to the nation on 22 February as to how Government intend to begin to reduce the current COVID-19 restrictions.

Given that any such update from the Government on 22 February may provide the Committees with additional, relevant information to help determine the preferred route forward, they have agreed to reconvene after this date. In addition, the Alliance Committee are also conscious of the ongoing process the National League (Steps 1 & 2) are undertaking and the potential impact this could have on any actions the Committee may choose to take.

12 February 2021 

Don't be alone: can the Woods help?

The club realises that we are in tough, unprecedented times and that this may go on for a while.

We all miss seeing each other and the camaraderie that football brings to everyone’s lives and because of that, we realise that many people will be struggling for all different reasons.

Our promise to all our friends and our football family, is that we will do whatever we can, wherever possible to help look after you; if you are someone or know anyone who needs help right now, then please let us know, in confidence and we will do what we can to help; whether that be just a phone call, food or drink supplies, picking up prescriptions or something else, then please get in touch.

You can call or text on 07956 121300, or if you prefer email us at:

Please all stay safe, never feel alone and don’t be afraid to contact us; we are here to help.

11 January 2021 

Chairman’s Christmas & New Year update

Firstly, these notes are the most difficult I have known in my time here and as we would normally be wishing everyone a Happy Christmas and a prosperous new year around now. However, it doesn’t seem or feel right to be saying those words at this difficult time.

Having just had the heart-breaking news that Alan lost his brother Dave, suddenly, on Christmas Day, I’m sure that you will all join me in sending our love, thoughts and prayers to Alan, Paul and their family in this most awful of times. The Woods’ family are always here for you.

Having lost our Life Club President Pat Byrne and our legendary club stalwart Micky Russell earlier in the year, this has been a truly tough and challenging period for the club and of course the families and friends of those who have lost their lives. We will honour their memories as soon as we possibly can and in the meantime, please all stay safe, keep in touch with those who you feel may be struggling right now; a simple call or message goes a long way.

If anyone at the club or associated with us needs to talk or is in need of anything, then please contact us, in confidence and we will do everything we can to help.

Ian Barry -  Chairman

31 December 2020 

Merry Christmas From The Woods!!!

Northwood Football Club extend the season's greetings to all our supporters, players, members and officials!!

It's been a very difficult year for us all; let's hope and pray that 2021 will see a return to normality - and a return for football at the Fenton Civil Engineering Stadium.

Merry Christmas!!!

24 December 2020 

Still no football...

The Isthmian League Board has met following the latest Government review and they have unanimously agreed to continue with the pause of the 2020/21 season.

Since the initial survey on the 2nd December the infection rate has deteriorated in the geographical footprint of their Member Clubs.

The League Board will continue to monitor the situation in line with the Government review dates and/or any decision that allows Government grants to become available to Member Clubs. The Board has not yet set a formal re-start date, but Clubs will give at least 14 days’ notice of the recommencement of the 2020/21 season allowing them preparation time to stage League matches.

17 December 2020

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