Our match, matchball and programme sponsorships are now available, together with the Mascot package as well.
Full details on each package, together with the games that are still available can be found on the links below. If you are interested in any of the packages, please speak to Simon Lawrence on a matchday, or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are also still a limited number of player sponsorships available.
Posted at 10:47
The Ryman League have released the Under 18 fixtures for the forthcoming season, and our youngsters will start with a home game against Aldershot Town on Wednesday 24th August.
We will list the full fixture list in the Youth & Reserves section of the website as soon as we can, but we are currently having some technical problems creating the pages for the new season.
Posted at 10:14
Tonight's friendly saw Margate run out 2-1 winners at Silver Jubilee Park, with Karl Oliyide on target for the Greens. This was after Matt Johnson & Brett Johnson had scored either side of half time for the National League South side.
We apologise for their not being any updates during the game tonight via the Livescores system or twitter, but this was due to none of our regular operators being able to get to the game.
Posted at 21:40
The recent AGM marked the 10th anniversary of the creation of the Supporters Trust. The Trust worked hard to keep the club going against all odds and these efforts have now been rewarded by our recent move to Silver Jubilee Park. Allied to a thriving youth set-up, the future of Hendon Football Club is brighter now than it has been at any other time in the past 10 years.
But while we are on an upwards trajectory in many respects, membership of the Trust has started to dwindle. In 2006/7, the Trust's first year, we had 278 members. Membership peaked in 2007/8 at 286 but numbers then started to drop and, at the time of writing, only 134 members have paid their subscriptions for the 2016/17 membership year.
Trust membership costs just Â£10 a year. While the income from Trust memberships, like all income, is very important to the club, of far greater importance is the fact that Trust membership gives supporters a real stake in our great club. We are, after all, a fans-owned club and the more people who join or rejoin the Trust the stronger we will become and the further we can go.
Whether you are someone who has never joined the Trust before or you are a lapsed Trust member, please consider joining or rejoining now and let's see if we can make 2016/17 a record Trust membership year. That would be a great testament to all of the hard work that the Trust Board, the Club Board, the Supporters Association and our band of volunteers have put in over the past 10 years.
If you'd like to join or rejoin the Trust, please speak to Simon Lawrence on any matchday or drop him a line at email@example.com.
Chairman, Hendon Football Club Supporters Trust
Posted at 11:59
If you are not able to get to Silver Jubilee Park but would still want to keep up to date by reading the matchday magazine, well here is the solution. We are again making available an electronic version of all home game matchday magazines to be sent out to supporters.
The electronic version would be in PDF format and will usually be e mailed within two days after the game has been played.
If you are interested in taking forward this option for next season it will cost Â£25, you will be sent all the home league, cup and friendly match day magazines that are printed throughout 2016/17.
We will continue to provide a mail out service for the printed Magazine so if you would prefer to receive the 'real thing' by post , please let us know and we will pass that request on.
What do you need to do to receive the On Line Magazine? Simply let us know you are interested and we will send you details on how to pay, please contact Eddie Edwards - firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Posted at 11:58
Following some impressive performances in the friendlies, Khale Da Costa has become the latest player to sign first team forms.
A 23 year old wide plpayer, Khale was previously with Ware, where he made over 100 appearances over the past three seasons.
Posted at 11:57
Farnborough ran out 2-1 winners against the Greens this afternoon in the final of the Hendon FC Invitation Cup sponsored by Triangle Pensions.
Nic Ciardini was the player who did the damage with two goals in a couple of minutes towards the end of the first half after Niko Muir had given the Greens the lead in the 5th minute.
The second half saw the home side have plenty of good build up play, but the final ball and finishing wasn't there, ensuring that Farnborough secured the cup.
Earlier, Carshalton Athletic beat Slough Town 3-2 in the 3rd/4th play off.
Posted at 18:30
The first team ran out 2-0 winners against Carshalton Athletic this afternoon to reach the final of the Hendon FC Invitation Cup sponsored by Triangle Pensions.
The goals came either side of half time courtesy of Spencer McCall and Karl Oliyide.
The other semi final saw Farnborough beat Slough Town 4-2 on penalties following a goalless draw. This means that the Greens will face Farnborough in the final at 3.30pm tomorrow, whilst the two losing sides today will face each other at 1.00pm.
Posted at 19:02
The draw for the Alan Turvey Trophy (Ryman League Cup) has been made, and we have been drawn at home to Metropolitan Police. The tie is scheduled to be played on Tuesday 13th September.
Posted at 19:10
We are pleased to announce that Niko Muir signed Ryman League forms for the new season last night.
The 23 year old striker made a solitary appearance a few years ago for the Greens, and has since had spells with Northwood, Wingate & Finchley and VCD Athletic.
Posted at 19:02
The first team drew 2-2 at Hitchin Town this evening, in a game that saw three men sent off after just 5 minutes following a brawl.
Following the flashpoint, which occured after the Greens were awarded a freekick, Dave Diedhiou was sent off, along with Brett Donnelly and Callum Donnelly from Hitchin, all for violent conduct.
The Greens took the lead in the 24th minute when Spencer McCall slid the ball home following an excellent run from Dale Binns, before Daniel Webb equalised for the Canaries shortly before half time.
Robbie Burns put the home side ahead in the 47th minute, and the Greens had to wait until stoppage time for the equaliser, when Andre Da Costa convered a spot kick after he had been brought down in the box.
Posted at 22:26
David Bedford OBE officially opened the clubâs Â£230,000 stadium improvements ahead of the game against QPR on Monday night
The project was made possible thanks to a Â£114,000 grant from the Premier League through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF), the largest funders of non-league football in the country. David, who competed at the 1972 Munich Olympics, unveiled the new facilities alongside Ann John OBE, former leader of Brent Council.
The funding has enabled the club, who play at Step 3 of the Isthmian Premier League, to improve their existing facilities, including: changing rooms; spectator toilet facilities; dugouts; turnstiles and standing and seated terraces.
A new spectator grandstand, consisting of 120 seats and three wheelchair spaces, has been installed to increase stadium capacity and improve spectator access. The work has also provided a new pitch perimeter barrier to replace previously inadequate post and rail fencing.
The existing clubhouse pavilion has been refurbished to provide two new changing rooms, two officials' changing rooms and a first aid room. Spectator access has been further improved through the provision of male, female and wheelchair toilet facilities that were previously only accessible via the clubhouse and bar area.
Funded with Â£5.2m each year from the Premier League, the FSIF is the country's largest provider of grants towards projects that help improve the comfort and safety of lower league football grounds in both the professional and amateur game. These improvements range from new football stands and turnstiles to floodlighting and improved provision for disabled supporters.
David Bedford OBE, said: "I was delighted to officially open Hendon FC's fantastic stadium improvements. The changes made to the facilities will have a hugely positive impact on club members and visiting teams. I have been a supporter of Hendon FC since I was a youngster, and recall watching the team returning from Wembley after winning the 1960 FA Amateur Cup.
"Across every sport, it is vital that facilities are safe, suitable for use, and accessible for those that use them. Without the correct facilities, young people would not be able to progress through to the elite levels of their sport. As somebody who was able to compete professionally, I know the importance of top-class facilities no matter the sport.
"I would like to thank the Premier League, through the FSIF, for their investment into the project."
Simon Lawrence, Chairman of Hendon Football Club said "Since being forced to leave Claremont Road in 2008, the club's very existence has come under greater and greater threat and, while the Supporters Trust and the football club board have managed to keep the club alive, we have felt powerless to do anything to turn the club's fortunes around. Our move to Silver Jubilee Park enables us, for the first time in 10 years, to look forward to and plan for a brighter future. The club owes a huge debt to the FSIF without whose incredible support this move would not have been possible."
Peter McCormick OBE, Chairman of the Football Stadia Improvement Fund, said: "Hendon FC's stadium improvements have enabled the club to meet the relevant ground grading requirements to move into their new home at Silver Jubilee Park on a permanent basis. Without the support from Premier League, through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund, this development would not have been possible. I look forward to seeing the club go from strength to strength."
Posted at 22:57
The Hendon FC Invitation Cup sponsored by Triangle Pensions takes place this weekend at Silver Jubilee Park.
The competition, involving Farnborough, Slough Town, Carshalton Athletic and ourselves, kicks off at 1:00pm on Saturday afternoon.
Full details of the weekend can be found on this page.
We hope to see as many of you as possible there, even if you can only make part of the weekend.
Posted at 19:52
The club has been advised that, due to a change in their business model, Football Exclusives, who filmed our home League matches last season, will not be filming our home matches this season.
We offer our apologies to those supporters who currently subscribe to this service but, as we're sure you'll appreciate, Football Exclusives' decision is outside of our control.
If anyone would be interested (or if anyone knows someone who might be interested) in filming our home games and producing a highlights package, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll put you in contact with the appropriate club officials.
Posted at 23:20
The first team played out a 9 goal thriller this evening at SJP, with a young Queens Park Rangers side running out 5-4 winners.
The visitors took the lead through former Hendon loanee Brandon Adams in the first minute, and doubled the lead in the 20th minute when Niko Hamalinen scored.
Within a minute Niko Muir reduced the arrears, and Spencer McCall levelled the scores with a fine curling effort shortly before half time.
QPR restored their two goal lead early in the second half with strikes from Reece Grego-Cox and Adams, with Omar Vassell reducing the deficit around the hour mark.
Dan Darbyshire scored again for the visitors with fifteen minutes to go before Andre Da Costa completed the scoring late on with one of his trademark free-kicks from the edge of the area.
Posted at 22:43
Tomorrow evening sees a young Queens Park Rangers XI, expected to largely be made up of their under 21 squad, visit SJP for our latest friendly. Entrance to the game is on a pay what you want basis - you can pay whatever you like - as long as you pay something. When the QPR youngsters visited Earlsmead last summer for Gary McCann's testimonial, a very entertaining seven-goal thriller was played out.
The game tomorrow is also being used as the official opening of SJP as our new home ground, with guests from the Football Foundation and other organisations expected to attend.
Then on Thursday evening, we make the trip to our old friends Hitchin Town. Supporters are reminded that kick off is at the earlier time of 7:00pm as the Canaries are currently having their floodlights upgraded.
Posted at 20:31
The first team beat Potters Bar Town 3-0 on a warm afternoon at Silver Jubilee Park today. Chris Seeby opened the scoring just before half time, whilst Niko Muir scored twice in quick succession early in the second half.
Posted at 23:50
The full league fixture list is now available on the fixtures & result page of the website. Just click on the competitions tab at the top for the drop down menu.
Posted at 17:31
With a large number of pre-season friendlies taking place at Silver Jubilee Park for both Hendon and Edgware Town over the coming weeks, demand for parking in the car park at SJP is likely to be extremely high.
The club therefore would like to kindly ask supporters if they park in the car park at SJP that they do not block any other vehicles from exiting their space, and also would like to make all aware that there is no parking allowed on any grass areas. We will endeavour to have marshals to assist, and once the car park is full, the gate at the bottom of the drive will be closed.
Parking is available along local side-roads, and we ask that all cars are parked in a manner that is considerate to our neighbours and the local community.
Posted at 10:57
The league fixtures have been released this morning, and the early news is that we begin with a home game against Worthing. This will take place at SJP on Saturday 13th August.
The full fixture list will appear on the website later today.
Posted at 09:06
The first team beat Hemel Hempstead Town 2-1 in their opening friendly of the summer this evening at Silver Jubilee Park.
The Greens took the lead in the 2nd minute when Aaron Morgan, back at the club on trial, scored from close range. The visitors equalised in the 20th minute, but the moment of the game came just before half time.
Keagan Cole picked up the ball around the halfway line, and carried it past a number of visiting players to break into the box and fire the ball into the net off the post - it was a superb run.
The second half saw both sides completely change their outfield line-ups, and chances were largely at a premium.
Posted at 23:04
With last season's sponsors having been given first call on sponsoring the squad this season, there are only a few left available even at this early stage.
The list of available players can be found by going to the Player Sponsorship page and if you are interested, please contact Simon Lawrence as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Details of the costs of sponsorship are available there too.
Further players will become available once they are registered with the Ryman League
Posted at 17:15
The first team crank up their preparations for the new season tomorrow evening as they entertain Hemel Hempstead Town in the first friendly of the summer.
Kick off at Silver Jubilee Park is at 7.30pm, and admission is Â£5 for adults, and Â£1 for under 18s. We look forward to seeing you there if you are able to come, as we begin a new era for the club at our new home.
Posted at 21:21
Season Tickets are available for purchase and/or collection at all home friendly games and at the AGM evening. Life Members are also invited to collect their passes during the same period.
Posted at 21:48
Our friendly at Hitchin on Thursday 23rd July will now kick off at the earlier time of 7:00pm. This is due to the fact their floodlights will be undergoing upgrade works ahead of the new season and will not be available for use.
Posted at 21:47
The draw for the first qualifying round of the FA Trophy has been released this morning, and we will travel to Leiston on Saturday 29th October.
The draw for the early rounds of the FA Cup has also been released, but we start in the first qualifying round, which has not been drawn yet. Last year, this was drawn after the extra preliminary round had been drawn.
Posted at 12:36
The under 18s have been drawn at home to Tring Athletic in the FA Youth Cup preliminary round. The tie is due to be played during the week commencing 5th September.
Should they win, they will then travel to St Albans City or Hayes & Yeading a fortnight later.
Posted at 12:34
We have received notification that the dates given for the Middlesex Senior Cup were incorrect.
Our first round tie against Wembey is provisionally scheduled to be played on Tuesday 18th October, and should we reach the second round, the tie against Northwood would be schedules for Tuesday 8th November.
Posted at 00:07
The draw for the first two rounds of the Middlesex Senior Cup were made last night, and we have been drawn at home to Wembley in the first round.
Should we win that tie, we are then at home to Northwood in the second round.
The Wembley tie is provisionally scheduled for Tuesday 13th September at SJP kicking off at 7.45pm
Posted at 11:52
We are pleased to announce that Gary McCann made two more new signings today, with one more of last season's under 18 side also registering for the forthcoming campaign.
Karl Oliyide, who is a 21 year old attacking forward, joins from Wingate & Finchley, having previously been with Northwood. He also made one appearance for us a couple of years ago whilst on a dual-registration from Northwood.
The second signing is former Harrow Borough central midfielder Spencer McCall, who is also 21 years old and was also previously with Northwood.
The member of the under 18 side who has registered again is defender Oliver Achille.
Posted at 21:58