Headstone Manor Youth FC were formed in 1993 and have a great record of achievemnt in competitions on tour. The attached poster lists the places that teams have travelled to, not only within the UK but all across Europe.
By opening the attached document you will be able to see the honours numerous teams have won over the years. These honours go back to the start of the club first coming together, right up to the end of last season where the U18's completed a fantastic League Cup and Challenge Cup double.
Headstone Manor YFC participates in the Jack Petchey Achievement Award scheme which sets out to recognise and reward outstanding behaviour by individuals between the ages of 11 and 25. Only those who are between these ages can vote and/or receive an award. You can find more details on the link below. (therefore, boys in our team who haven't had their birthday yet, can't participate until then).
By participating in the scheme the club receives £1800 per year which is split into 9 separate monthly awards of £200. The awards are made to individuals who can then use the money to buy new equipment or kit for their team, or just make a contribution to team funds.
In the attached document you will find all the winners since Headstone Manor have been participating in the scheme.
Welcome to Headstone Manor Youth Football Club.
Formed in 1993, Headstone Manor Youth Football Club now has over 350 boys and girls registered to play football, and fielding in excess of 20 competitive teams every weekend. The club was set up to provide football coaching and development of youths in the local area irrespective of their background or ability, with an ethos of combining fun with competitive football. This means that HMYFC is a very friendly and loyal club. Teams train once or twice a week and with Matches on Saturdays and predominently on Sundays.
HMYFC's achievements and ongoing commitments to youth football have now been recognised with the award of the National Charter Club Standard Award for 2006.
Headstone Manor plays its football in the Harrow Youth League, Harrow Soccer 7's combination, Herts Girls Partnership league and the Bucks Girls League.
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