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Isthmian Youth League constitution is released

The constitution for the Isthmian Youth League for next season has been released and the Woods will again play in the West Division.

The divisional line-up is: Beaconsfield Town, Bedfont Sports, Camberley Town, Hampton & Richmond Borough, Hartley Wintney, Hayes & Yeading United, Marlow, Northwood, Uxbridge, Wealdstone.

14 May 2021 

International Exhibition match at Northwood on 22nd May

Cascadia are to play Kernow in an international exhibition match at the Fenton Civil Engineering Stadium on Saturday 22nd May 2021, kick-off 3.00 p.m.

It is a fixture between two sides who are part of CONIFA, the non-FIFA aligned football organisation. Cascadia defines the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada incorporating British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, parts of Idaho, southern Alaska and northern California, while Kernow represent Cornwall.

Tickets are now on sale through the club’s online ticket partners here, and programmes will be available on the day. Tickets are £10.00 for adults while concession (OAPs, Students, 16-18 years) tickets are £5.00. Under 16s can enter free.

Northwood FC were delighted to be asked to host the fixture. Club secretary Alan Evans said: “Having not staged a game at the Fenton Civil Engineering Stadium for nearly seven months, the club is looking forward to welcoming both Cascadia and their guests from Cornwall for this International Challenge match.

“The clubhouse will be open at last and we hope plenty of people will want to see a live game just before the official end of the season.”

6 May 2021 

First Team Manager applications are invited

Northwood Football Club are now inviting applicants for the position of First Team Manager.

Please apply by email ONLY to, stating why you feel you are suitable for the role, and be sure to include any relevant experience you have had as a Manager.

You may also wish to include your proposed management team, should you be successful in your application.

Note that applications by other methods may not be considered. The closing date is noon on Sunday 9th May.

30 April 2021 

Manager Rob Ursell leaves Northwood

Northwood first team manager Rob Ursell has departed the club with immediate effect to take on another role at a club a level above ours.

We would like to place on record our thanks to Rob for his hard work in his time with the Woods, and wish him every success in his future role.

A further statement will be made in due course.

28 April 2021 

Remembering Pat Byrne

Tomorrow, Sunday 25th April, at The Woods we remember our dear friend and Club Life President, Pat Byrne, who sadly passed away one year ago on that date.

The stadium gate will be open between 10.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. for anyone who wishes to come and pay their respects and or leave flowers etc. The clubhouse will be serving food & drink outdoors from 9.00 a.m. and alcohol from 12 noon.

24 April 2021 

110 clubs to move up pyramid in recommended Steps 4-6 restructure

The FA’s Alliance and Leagues Committees have recommended the completion of the proposed restructure at Step 4-6 of the non-League pyramid. The restructure had been originally intended to take place from the current season onwards, but was delayed by the pandemic.

Under the new structure, there would be one additional division at Step 4, two more at Step 5 and a reduction from 20 to 17 at Step 6. In addition, 110 clubs would move up the pyramid at Step 4-6 to facilitate the new divisions.

The FA have said as part of a statement: “The committees have now met to consider this matter and will be recommending to FA Council that the structural changes to the number of divisions in the National League System be completed in order to address the imbalance that currently exists and achieve the ‘pure pyramid’ at Steps 1-6. The restructure will have a positive impact on a significant number of clubs, supporting them with reduced travel and costs and providing greater opportunities for generating income via localised fixtures.

“FA Council will be considering the recommendations of the committees in due course and clubs and leagues will continue to be kept updated on this process.”

The league structure for the 2021-22 season is expected to be released by 20th May, and it is likely that the Woods will be facing a number of different clubs next term.

21 April 2021 

Pitchin In to honour sponsorship commitment in full

Waived affiliation fees, subsidised equipment and support for pitch maintenance are set to be among the benefits felt by clubs at Steps 3 and 4 in light of Pitching In's commitment to honouring this season's sponsorship investment in full. Fewer than 20 per cent of scheduled matches have been played in a Trident Leagues season ravaged by the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the curtailment of the campaign was confirmed last month.

But the decision will not affect the financial input from Pitching In, the investment programme set up by Ladbrokes with the support of its owner Entain, which is set to have a substantial impact for member clubs. Clubs in the Pitching In Isthmian League are likely to see a waiving of the next round of affiliation fees, along with subsidised ground improvements to ensure stadiums are safe and welcoming places to attend from the summer.

"We hope to provide funding for pitch works or weed maintenance - having terraces and everything else sprayed so clubs can have a good pitch and good surrounds come August," said league chairman Nick Robinson. "If we didn't have this sponsorship deal, clubs would be in a far worse position. We will make sure all 82 of our clubs benefit."

Pitching In ambassador Stuart Pearce said: "Our brilliant non-league clubs, who are at the heart of their communities, need financial support now more than ever. It takes a lot of money to run a football club and make it thrive. Pitching In honouring this sponsorship will make a real difference."

12 April 2021 

Woods continue to remember

@TheWoods, the Northwood FC clubhouse, may remain closed due to government diktat, but there is plenty of work going on behind the scenes.

Chairman Ian Barry is very keen that the club continues to think of those we have lost over the past year, and the media board in the clubhouse now remembers Pat Byrne, Mick Russell, Carole Lawrence, Dave Evans and Ron Wheeler.

Hopefully, it won't be too long now before we can welcome supporters back into @TheWoods!!!

1 April 2021 

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