The club was saddened to hear of the death of long-time supporter Gerry Harrison, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Monday evening.
Gerry followed Hendon for over 50 years and was a regular at Claremont Road, Vale Farm and, more recently, Earlsmead. A passionate fan who said what he thought, he supporterd the club in his own unique style but all he ever really wanted was for Hendon to win.
Gerry's fondest Hendon memories went all the way back to the 'Glory Years' of the mid-70s and, while he never stopped attending matches, his thoughts would often turn to 'Newcastle away' and all those other trips he made when he was a young man.
The club would like to pass on its condolences to Gerry's son, Roger, and to the rest of the family.
Posted at 17:05
Hendon reached the semi-finals of the London Senior Cup with an unconvincing 2-1 win against Croydon at Silver Jubilee Park.
The Greens found their opponents tough to breakdown, and were reliant on goals at the end of each half to secure progression to the last four and a trip to Redbridge.
Croydon took the lead in the 42nd minute through Tristan Toney before Ben Pattie equalised just before half-time.
The second half saw chances at a premium at either end, and the deadlock was broken as the game moved into stoppage time thanks to Carl McCluskey's header.
Posted at 23:47
The club was saddened to hear of the death of long-time supporter Dave Clarke who passed away early on Friday evening after a short illness.
Dave, who was married to Geraldine for 38 years, had supported the club since the early 70's. He built the old tea hut at Claremont Road, rebuilt the stand wall and laid the foundations for the club shop.
Dave, who sold match programmes for many years, was always on call to lend a hand when asked and was a deserving winner of the Supporter of the Year.
The club will be observing a minute's silence in memory of Dave at Saturday's match against Hampton. In the meantime, we would like to pass on our condolences to Geraldine, to Sandra and Tony Wood, Janet and John Neville and to all of Dave's nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews."
Posted at 11:48
Our game at Brentwood Town will now be played on Tuesday 5th April, kicking off at 7:45pm
Posted at 11:29
A furious Gary McCann did not hold back when he considered the performance at Imber Court on Saturday.
"My evaluation was that in no area of the pitch were we satisfactory," he said.
"Our central defenders were torn apart by a player who struggled to get into our team before leaving earlier this season, and we knew that he would be up for it.
"We didn't win any midfield duels or battles and the offensive players didn't affect the game, but it must be said that the service to them was unsatisfactory.
"We can all dress it up and say one competitive game in five weeks was a factor, but that doesn't work. It was embarrassingly poor.
"It was a performance that I didn't see coming and that infuriated me more. Momentum and confidence is everything in football and we now have to recreate it.
"Tomorrow's game at SJP has now taken added importance. We had been looking to get minutes into some players, but now the team selection will be with Saturday in mind."
Posted at 10:50
A hat-trick by former Hendon striker Leon Smith saw the Greens beaten 3-0 at Metropolitan Police this afternoon.
The goals came in the 12th, 40th and 76th minutes, as Smith showed his former club that he hasn't lost his goalscoring touch since moving on a few weeks ago.
Posted at 17:00
Hendon Football Club are pleased to announce that they will be holding an evening with Tony Currie on Friday 26th February at Silver Jubilee Park. Doors will open at 7pm.
Local to Claremont Road growing up, Tony went on to enjoy a distinguished career with Sheffield United, Leeds United, QPR and Watford, winning full England honours along the way before a short spell with the Greens in the early 80s. Of course, Tony's brother Paul was a popular figure at Hendon and his nephew, Darren, also enjoyed a productive spell with the club a few years ago.
In what promises to be an interesting and insightful evening, Tony will share stories from his career and answer questions from those in attendance.
Tickets for the evening are Â£10 and will be on sale at Tuesday evening's game with Croydon, and at all games thereafter, and should be available on the day as well.
Refreshments, including food, will be available from the bar throughout the evening.
Whether a supporter of Sheffield United, Leeds United, QPR, Watford, Hendon or football from a by-gone era, we look forward to welcoming you all to SJP.
Posted at 21:24
Our home game against Leatherhead will be played on Monday 22nd February, kicking off at 7:45pm at Earlsmead.
Posted at 17:37
Unfortunately, despite Brentwood's hopes this morning, their pitch has been ruled unplayable due to waterlogging following the pitch inspection this afternoon.
A new date will be advised in due course.
Posted at 14:29
Brentwood Town have been in contact this morning, and they are hopeful that this evening's game will go ahead, but have arranged for a 2:30pm inspection to confirm all is ok.
We will update again once we have the result of the inspection.
Posted at 11:37
We are pleased to announce that we have agreed with QPR that young striker Ben Pattie will remain with the club on loan until the end of the season.
Ben has scored one goal in his 9 appearances so far in a Hendon shirt, and we are sure that there are more to come over the next three months.
Posted at 17:25
We are pleased to announce that Wesley Fonguck's loan has been extended for a third month, and he will continue to be with us until 26th February. Wesley has made 10 appearances so far for us, and we look forward to seeing him in further action over the next few weeks.
Wesley's team-mate Ryan Gondoh has returned to Barnet and we thank him for his efforts.
Posted at 17:25
Unfortunately the pitch has failed the inspection and today's game has been postponed due to waterlogging.
Posted at 11:11
There will be a pitch inspection at 11:15am to see if our game against Leatherhead can go ahead this afternoon.
Posted at 10:08
The first time picked up an important three points this afternoon as they won 3-1 at Staines Town.
Dave Diedhiou gave the Greens the lead in the 12th minute before Jeremy Boakye equalised on the half hour mark.
Kezie Ibe restored the lead midway through the second half, and Mark Kirby made sure of the points shortly before the end.
Posted at 18:25
Carl McCluskey became the latest Hendon player to make his 100th appearance in this afternoon's victory at Staines Town.
Carl originally joined the club in the summer of 2011, making his debut in a 1-0 win over Concord Rangers on 20th August. He left midway through the 2013-14 season to join Wealdstone, and has also appeared for Edgware Town before returning a few weeks ago.
During his time with us so far he has scored 20 goals.
Posted at 18:24
Our home game against Lewes will now be played on Monday 29th February, kick off at 7:45pm at Earlsmead.
Posted at 18:12
We are making excellent progress and still on schedule to achieve the 31st March deadline for ensuring Silver Jubilee Park attains the required ground grading.
The spectator rail has been finished and the gates installed around the pitch. The hand rail has made a significant difference to the appearance of the ground.
The disabled stand base and the turnstile base will be complete on Thursday with new entrance gates installed. The old turnstile hut will be demolished on Monday and the new hand rail around the entrance will be complete.
The container that is currently in the car park at Earlsmead will be moved to SJP on Tuesday and be positioned near the new entrance gates. This will be partially converted to accommodate a club shop, which will then be in prime position for maximum customer flow.
The toilets are being fitted with the sanitary ware and will be completed in the next two weeks.
The Officials rooms have been boarded, plastered and now decorated. One will be functional with shower and toilet for Edgware's home game this Saturday. The home changing room is going to be of good size which will please Gary and the first team. Walls have been knocked down and the old bath demolished. Unfortunately the roof is full of holes and requires immediate repair which wasn't budgeted for. Also the central heating pipe was cut which hasn't helped during this cold spell. This resulted in a burst pipe in one of the officials rooms that had just been decorated. Two walls that were going to be removed no longer need to be and so we have been able to make up the time lost on burst pipes.
Please come along to the London Senior Cup tie against Croydon on Tuesday 9th February if you are able as it will give you a chance to see all the changes that have taken place over the past couple of months.
Posted at 22:53
The first team ran out 1-0 winners in last night's friendly against Hayes & Yeading United, with Dean Cracknell scoring the goal.
Posted at 06:16
We have arranged to play Hayes & Yeading United tomorrow evening on the 3G pitch behind what will be their new ground so allow players from both sides to get some much needed match time. This is on the site where Yeading used to play.
Kick off is at 7.30pm, but supporters are warned that the pitch is inside a cage, and it is likely that you will only be able to watch from outside of the cage.
Posted at 19:02
Today's match has been postponed due to a frozen pitch. A new date will be arranged in due course.
Posted at 11:06
There will be a pitch inspection at 10:30am to see if our game against Lewes can go ahead this afternoon.
Please keep an eye on all club media - messageboard and twitter - for updates as the website team may not be able to immediately update the website when the result of the inspection is known.
Posted at 09:18
The club have announced today that Melvin Minter has been released and is expected to sign for Farnborough in time to play for them tomorrow.
We would like to thank Melvin for his efforts and performances this season, and we wish him well for the future.
Posted at 19:49
The under 18s consolidated their position at the top of the Ryman Youth League table this evening as they beat second placed Camberley Town 5-2 at Silver Jubilee Park. The win extends their unbeaten run to 13 games in all competitions.
Full details of the game will appear on the youth news page in the next few days.
Next up for the youngsters is a Middlesex County Cup Semi Final against NPL Youth on Sunday afternoon, kick off 2.00pm at Silver Jubilee Park.
Posted at 23:28
The under 18s opened 2016 with a twelve goal thriller on Sunday afternoon, eclipsing the ten goal Boxing Day thriller involving the first team at Harrow. The young Greens ran out 8-4 winners over St Albans City at Silver Jubilee Park in the Eastern Junior Alliance, with Oliver Achille, Zak Miles, Nyv Bogaire, Jordan Spearman, Kareem Bandaogo, Keagan Cole (2) and Johnnie Scott all scoring.
A full report can be found on the under 18s page in the Youth & Reserves menu.
The youngsters are due to be in action again tomorrow evening against Camberley Town in the Ryman Youth League, kick off 7.45pm at Silver Jubilee Park.
Posted at 21:29
Our London Senior Cup quarter final against Croydon will be played at Silver Jubilee Park on Tuesday 9th February, kick off 7:45pm.
Posted at 11:11
Our away game at Brentwood Town has been rearranged and will now take place on Tuesday 2nd February, kick off 7:45pm.
Posted at 17:11
The weather has been kind to us again this week and has enabled the works to remain largely on schedule.
The new spectator rails were delivered on Monday and have been installed around half the pitch already. The first team saw the rail on Monday and were delighted with the look and agreed the ground was beginning to look better. The rail will be complete in the next few days weather permitting.
The outside toilets have been boarded and plastered and are now ready to be fitted by our first team plumbing expert Dean Cracknell and his company. The referees room has also been plastered and shower area tiled.
The changing rooms are next and we are devising a plan so matches can still be played whilst the refurbishment is taking place.
It was hoped that the dry changing room would be started this weekend, but the team are not able to get on site for another couple of weeks. This is our first setback but won't affect the completion date or the ground grading inspection.
We will need a working party in about a months time on a Sunday (date to be announced) to help with the clearing up of the site. This will include clearing some debris, removing moss and weeds from terracing, small painting jobs and erecting health and safety signs. Anyone interested in helping should contact Rob Morris via the club email address - email@example.com
Posted at 12:44
Unfortunately Brentwood's pitch has failed this morning's inspection due to waterlogging, and so our game has been postponed. A new date will be announced in due course.
Up next is a home game against Lewes next Saturday at Earlsmead, kick off 3:00pm
Posted at 10:46
Brentwood have arranged for the pitch inspection to take place at 10:30am. Obviously it will take a few minutes for the inspection to take place, and then for Brentwood to get the messages out to the appropriate people regarding the result of the inspection.
As soon as we have news, we will update again.
Posted at 10:19