Saturday 4 July - Adult training at Ide Hill rec
Saturday 11 July - Adult training at Ide Hill rec
Saturday 18 July - Ide Hill v Tonbridge Invicta
Saturday 25 July - Ide Hill Vets v Keston OBG
Saturday 8 August - Ide Hill R v Tonbridge In R
Saturday 15 August - Ide Hill v Halls AFC
Thursday 20 August - C&DJFL Meeting
Saturday 22 August - Ide Hill v Chipstead
Friday 3 July
The Sevenoaks & District Football League AGM was held last night and although there were a few stand out moments from a few members of the crowd, the evening went pretty smoothly. The S&DFL Division Two constitution was confirmed and released and Ide Hill FC Reserves should be relatively happy with their opposition next season.
It will be good to lock horns once again with the likes of Otford and Kemsing, whilst trying our skill against new boys Southborough. Click to view the full opposition list and interactive map.
Thursday 2 July
Training starts this Saturday at the Ide Hill recreation ground and gives us our first proper opportunity to utilise the new clubhouse. A number of friendly summer fixtures have also been organised for both the first team and the reserves. You can view all of these on the Match Centre page of the website. Please put these in your diaries, and let your manager know directly if you are available.
The Vets also have a forthcoming friendly match at Ide Hill on Saturday 25 July. If you wish to take part in this match then please contact Rob Giddins directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 1 July
The new Kent County League Division One East constitution has been released today and Ide Hill FC are in for some mileage once again in 2015/16.
There are 6 changes to the league with two of those clubs near the south coast.
Our local rivals, Otford United FC and Chipstead FC are placed in the West Division. Click to view the full opposition list and interactive map.
Monday 29 June, 2015
The Ide Hill Football Club Presentation evening took place on Saturday evening at Nizels Golf & Country Club in Hildenborough. Players, along with their family and friends came along to help celbrate a wondeful past season for the club. The winners on the evening were as follows:
The Keith McGinn Clubman of the Year - Andy Rudden
Young Player of the Year - Peter Dance-Harvey
1st Team Managers Player - George Kensell
1st Team Players Player - Shaun Boyle
1st Team Most Committed - Rob Piper
1st Team Most Improved - Ben Pearson
1st Team Top Goalscorer - Tom Wright
Reserve Team Managers Player - Dan Thompson
Reserve Team Players Player - Sam Miles
Reserve Team Most Committed - Andy Rudden
Reserve Team Most Improved - Connor McIllavrey
Reserve Team Top Goalscorer - Julian Carvey
Saturday 13 June, 2015
The new Clubhouse was opened today by longtime club member and sponsor Trevor Rider. Keith McGinn took to the newly laid patio area to welcome all club members and friends to the days events.
The Juniors played out four matches for the inaugural O'Keefe Cup, which was won by Sevenoaks Town. The older players then fielded two sides to play a representative match. Paul Fisk opened the scoring after two great passes from Steve Rowley and Terry Best. The match finished 5-4, with Julian Carvey scoring in the final seconds.
A BBQ was also ongoing during the day and we are pleased to let everyone lnow that the club made a small profit. It was a great day for the club and wonderful to see so many old friends and players.
Ide Hill FC were formed in 1923 and became an affiliated member of the FA in 1924, and this year we are celebrating the club's 90th anniversary. The football club's home pitch is located behind The Cock Inn pub in the picturesque village of Ide Hill and is reported to be the highest football pitch in Kent. Read more
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