Welcome to the Parkfield Youth Football Club website. We first started fielding teams in 1945 and fielded our first youth teams in the early 1960s and since then the club has grown to be one of the biggest and most highly regarded clubs in the area. We currently field over 21 boys and girls youth teams ranging from U7 to U18. On this web site you will find information about the club, the club history, where to find us and how to get involved with the club. We also have a page per team so if you are involved with the club already or are just interested you can see how each of the teams are doing.
SOCCER SCHOOL HALF TERM COURSE
MONDAY 7TH APRIL – FRIDAY 11TH APRIL 2014
Bookings are now being taken for the ever popular Parkfield soccer school HALF TERM course which will be running during the Easter Half term Holiday, the Course is taking place at:
Parkfield Youth Football Club, Uxbridge road, Hatch End, HA3 6PU
The sessions start daily at 09.30 until 3.30pm
The children will learn new skills and techniques in a fun and safe environment, through fun course coaching sessions, games and tournaments. Courses also offer the children the chance to get active, meet new friends as well as learning the importance of teamwork.
the team of coaches are all fa qualified & first aid trained.
Age groups from 5yrs to 13yrs
Prices are £10 in advance per child a day
Or you can book in advance for the whole week for £40
You can just turn up on the day for £12
Please note: The course is to be outside on grass and all players will need playing kit, football boots, shin pads, pack lunch, soft drink, and appropriate rain coat in case of rain.
How to Book in advance: pay Angela on Saturday mornings, at the boys gym hatch end High school cheques should be made payable to Parkfield Youth FC
For further Info please call Ali on 07545122346
U10 DIV1 PARKFIELD ‘A’ 2 v TFA TOTTERIDGE ‘A 1
U10 DIV2 HANWELL TOWN ‘B’ 0 v PARKFIELD ‘B’ 4
U10 DIV2 PARKFIELD 2 v RUISLIP TOWN 3 (played sat 8/3/14)
U10 DIV 5 PINNSTARS ‘B’ 5 v PARKFIELD ‘C’ 2
U7 GROUP A PARKFIELD 7 v BROOK HOUSE 0
U7 DIV B ICKENHAM 3 v PARKFIELD 1
Middlesex Cup U15 Semi Final Match no 75
Parkfield 3 v Spartans 2
U17 DIV1 Parkfield 1 v St Josephs 1
U16 DIV1 Parkfield 1 v St Lawrence 4
U14 League Challenge Cup Larkspur Rovers 0 v Parkfield A 7
U14 DIV5 Parkfield B 4 v AGV Youth B 4
U13 Prem AFC Wembley A 2 v Parkfield A 2
U13 DIV1 Parkfield B 0 v Pitshanger A 8
U12 League Challenge Cup London Athletic 1 v Parkfield B 7
U12 Prem Ruislip Rangers A 2 v Parkfield A 0 (DH)
U12 Prem Parkfield A 1 v Ruislip Rangers A 6 (DH)
U12 DIV4 Parkfield C 4 v Harrow St Marys B 3
U11 League Challenge Cup Parkfield A 6 v Hampstead 0
U11 DIV1 Southall Youth A 7 v Parkfield B 0
U11 DIV3 Parkfield C 1 v Larkspur Rovers 2
Tournament - Saturday 7th/Sunday 8th June 2014.
Presentation Night - Saturday 14th June 2014.
Dad's Tournament - Saturday 28th June 2014.
If you are looking for your child to take part in a soccer school feel free to come along on Saturday morning. This is a great way for children to start playing football and many of the players that join the Parkfield teams start off at the soccer school.
If you would like to know more visit the Soccer School page. Boys / Girls attending are normally from the U6 to U12 age group.
A great opportunity to join Harrow’s premier youth football club. All coaches are FA affiliated and CRB checked and apporoved. Football ground is located in a safe and secure environment. Free onsite parking. Fun coaching sessions for children of all footballing abilities to develop their footballing skills. Weekly soccer camps available during school holidays.
Every Saturday morning from the 14th September.
Parkfield Youth FC Uxbridge Road
Hatch End high school
Reception, Year 1, Year 2 - 10am until 11.30am.
Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7 - 11.30am until 1pm.
£4.00 per child (payable on the day) or book 10 sessions for £35.
For more info please contact Ali on 07545122346 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The boys won all four of their qualifying games to reach the final, where they beat Ruislip Rangers ‘A’ 2-1 on penalties, (0-0 after extra time). A great start to the new 9-a-side format, well done boys..
Well done to Parkfield U13A who won the Burnham 11 aside tournament.
Parkfield U13A represented Harrow in the invitational Aces National 11 aside tournament and became National Champions in the U14 age group on Sunday 14th July 2013 in Market Harborough, Leicestershire. The tournament saw 20 of the best teams in England (invitational League and Cup Winners) in their age group and came top of their group of five to progress to the quarter finals, winning 2-1 against an excellent team from Newcastle and then onto the semi final playing Peterborough 3-0 to get to the final, only to come up against our neighbour and rivals AFC Wembley. The final was a tense affair that was only ever going to be settled by a single goal, with Shaq Wooding popping up to claim the winner and secure the silverware. It was an excellent weekend and rounded off their seasons achievements.
We are looking for people who are interested in supporting the club in organising social and fundraising events. We are thinking about putting some type of group together a bit like a PTA at school. Please let us know if you are interested and we can then arrange a meeting to get started. Thanks in advance for your support!
10 Year Award Winners
Ben Dinsey, Bradley Foot, Nick Kyriacou.
7 Year Award Winners
Daniel Abbott, Alfie Edwards, Josh Lewis Evans, Thomas Hudson, Louis Vaughan, Owen James, Daniel Creese, Alec Kelly.
Congratulations to the 7 year and 10 year award winners on this great achievement.
More photos can be found on our facebook page by clicking here.
Under 11 Challenge cup winners won 3 - 2 on Pens after 2-2 draw against TFA Totteridge.
Under 14 League cup winners won 1- 0 against ABC Foundation.
Under 13 middlesex county winners won 2 -1 against Actual soccer. Highlights are below.
By using the Easyfundraising website you can raise extra funds for the club. The website links you to thousands of retailers that donate a percentage of what you spend to the club. It is easy to use and costs you no more than you would have spent anyway.
Any money raised will go towards the upkeep of the pitches and modernisation of the club house.