Thursday, 23 March 2017

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25 Mar 3:00 pm

Apr
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1 Apr 3:00 pm

Apr
8

8 Apr 3:00 pm

Apr
15

15 Apr 3:00 pm

Apr
17

17 Apr 11:30 am

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Directions to Horley Town

We are to be found in the Court Lodge area of Horley. Our full address can be found on our Contacts page. The ground is situated to the rear of what was formerly Court Lodge Comprehensive, on Court Lodge Road. Access is through the Leisure Centre. A sign marks the entrance.

Below is GoogleMaps map of the ground. Directions to the ground from any post code in the UK can be generated by entering the postcode in the form below and clicking the "Get Directions" button. 

Or, for local directions, click on the "Directions" link above.

 
Read more: Directions to Horley Town

Roger Patterson Memorial Cup

Saturday 5th May, we had a 6 a side tournament in memory of our Goalie Coach - Roger Pattison -  who sadly passed away last season. 

There was only 8 teams which have been selected by invitation which are teams that all have players that knew Roger well. We hope to open up the tournament next year to make it bigger. 

The teams taking part are 

  • Horley Town 1st ,Oakwood FC
  • Horley Rugby FC, South Park FC,
  • Horley Crickets ,Smallfield FC, Ifield Edward FC
  • Horley Town Vets.

All proceeds went to St Catherines Hospice.

 

Video at www.youtube.com/user/HORLEYFC

Several video's available

 

Photo's at http://horleytownfc.btck.co.uk

Photo's of all the Horley games plus the vets 

 

Club History

Horley Football Club was first affiliated to Surrey County FA in 1896.  In 1903 another local club by the name of Gatwick Rovers was formed and the two clubs merged in 1908 with Horley retaining its name.  Both these original clubs played in the same colours of red and black and it was not until 1912 that Horley adopted the colours of claret and blue that they still wear to this very day.

Intermediate football was tasted for the first time in season 1925/26 following an appearance in the Surrey County Junior Cup Final in 1923/24 and winning the Surrey County Junior Charity Cup in 1924/25.

 
Read more: Club History

Welcome to Horley Town FC

Welcome to our online home.

This new site - www.horleytownfc.info - is our new permanent online home.

We aim to make this site a useful resource for our players, club officials, visitors and the wider community.

 

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