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News - February 2021

On This Day: 28th February

Without further ado our catch-up is complete as we take a look back at 28th February and matches on that day in Hendon’s history.

Not On This Day: 27th February

Today, in the first of three pieces, we take our look back at the club’s on-field performances to 27th February and begin way back in the depths of the first winter of World War 1, 1915 with a local friendly derby against Shepherd’s Bush in which recent addition F K Gooding netted the game’s solitary goal.

On This Day: 26th February

Following the tedium of yesterday’s look back across the past 113 years of Hendon Football Club’s history the 26th February brings with it far better cheer with plenty more wins, goals and happy memories.

On This Day: 25th February

As we edge closer to the end of February today’s look back on this day in history takes us to 25th February and a day that has produced a miserly 2.

Southern League Statement

The Southern League have this evening released the following statement confirming that subject to FA Council approval the 2020/1 season will be curtailed.

On this Day: 24th February

After the rampant disaster of yesterday’s retrospective today things improve markedly today, 24th February.

On This Day: February 23rd

Those of a particularly nervous disposition will want to avoid today’s round up of the on-field history of Hendon Football Club with the statistics making particularly grim reading.

On This Day: 22nd February

Today sees us take our look back ‘on this day’ to 22nd February and things begin in 1913 with a Middlesex League Premier Division match against Page Old Boys which was won 4-1.

On This Day: 21st February

Today’s look back at action on 21st February is top and tailed competitively by Middlesex Senior Cup ties against Barnet.

On This Day: 20th Febraury

Onwards, then, to 20th February and for the first time in a couple of days, no humiliating scorelines to write of.

On This Day: 19th February

19th February has seen the club in action on no fewer than 21 occasions and with it, a record number of goals scored so far.

On This Day: 18th January

Moving on apace to 18th February and a day that has had it all.

On This Day: February 17th

The 17th February has seen the Greens take to the field on no fewer than 18 occasions over the years beginning in 1912 with a London League match against West London Old Boys that we unfortunately do not have the scoreline for.

Additions to the archive

With thanks to a trio of fans we have been able to make some additions to our archive of results and line-ups this afternoon.

HFC Snowball Lottery

The Hendon FC Snowball Lottery is a cheap and easy way to be in with a chance of winning monthly prizes of hundreds of pounds and an annual prize of around £1,000 all the while supporting Hendon Supporters Trust.

On This Day: February 16th

Today’s look back on this day in the club’s history begins on 16th February 1915 and a wartime friendly against South London side West Norwood at The Avenue Ground which finished 2-0 to Hampstead Town thanks to a pair of goals from G Fox.

On This Day: 15th February

Today sees us look back at matches that have occurred on 15th February and we begin in 1913 with a London League Division 1 match at Deptford Invicta which was won 3-2 thanks to a brace from Herbert Pike and one from Gordon Marchant.

On This Day: 14th February

If football be the food of love then do we have a Valentine’s Day feast for you today.

Football Winter Survival Package

We were delighted to hear earlier this week that the club's application for a grant under the Football Winter Survival Package has been successful.

On This Day: 13th February

Today’s look back in this history takes in 13th February and begins in the club’s very first season of existence in 1909.

On This Day: 12th February

We move our look back in history onto 12th February and a day which exceeds even yesterday in terms of goals-per-game at 4.

On This Day: 11th February

February 11th brings us a day which across the past 113 years has provided what is the joint second highest goal-per-game average to date at 4.

On This Day: 10th February

February moves into double figures and we’re able to look back on a day in which the club almost achieved double figures on a single day.

On This Day: 9th February

We begin our 9th February look back in 1924 with a home Athenian League derby match against Barnet and the crowd were treated to a 0-0 draw.

On This Day: 8th February

Our 8th February look back on this day in history begins in 1913 and the first of three friendly matches to take place, Great Western Railway taking the place of our originally intended opponents Bronze Athletic, and going down 5-3 to Hampstead Town in an entertaining match at The Avenue Ground.

On This Day: 7th February

Today we take a look back at matches played on this day, 7th February, since the club’s inception in 1908 and begin with a 1914 Middlesex League match against rivals Bronze Athletic.

Allinson and Anderson: Part 2

We are delighted to be able to bring you the second part of the conversation between Lee Allinson and former boss Dave Anderson on HFCTV.

On This Day: 6th February

Our 6th February retrospective begins in 1915 with a wartime friendly against Croydon Amateurs, a game that was won 4-2.

On This Day: 5th February

The 5th February retrospective begins 111-years ago in the Finchley & District League Division 2 and an 8-0 win over Drayton Park to continue the club’s push for a second successive title.

On This Day: 4th February

Without further ado we move our look back on this day in history to February’s 4th day, commonly described as 4th February.

On This Day: 3rd February

We move onto 3rd February with our latest retrospective and begin in 1912 with a friendly match at Slough Town which was won 3-2.

Allinson and Anderson: Part 1

In a two-part HFCTV YouTube special we are delighted to be able to bring part one of a discussion between Lee Allinson and former boss Dave Anderson.

On This Day: 2nd February

2nd February is a day that has proven more pivotal than many in the club’s history and today’s look back begins in 1924 when a crowd of 3,000 packed into The Avenue Ground to watch a 2-2 draw with Bromley, Freddie Young and Cecil Wise scoring.

On This Day: 1st February

With January at an end we move onto February in the latest of our looks back at this day in history beginning in 1913 with a London League Division 1 fixture against Ilford.