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The home of Ide Hill Football Club - a charter standard club
The home of Ide Hill Football Club - a charter standard club

Just look at our new kit!

Ide Hill FC are pleased to announce the new adult kit for season 2016-2017 .

 

Thanks to the continued magnificent sponsorship of FMS ( Financial Management services) and GWA ( Gary Wright Associates) 

Billy Cornwell - Reserve Team Manager

Billy has recently returned to Ide Hill after a leave of absence. Having previously played at the club for around 8 years, injury has taken him into management, making this his first full managerial role.

 

He also brings a wealth of playing knowledge having played in Kent Youth teams and also Kent League as an adult with Ide Hill. 

 

Pre-Season Training

 

We are not far away from pre season friendlies and we need to get our match fitness back. The diary is shown below .

 

A few more faces would be appreciated so we can have an 11 a side game .

 

Please respond to Toni' s e-mails .


Sat 23rd July 1400hrs to 1530hrs training session at Knole Academy  


Sat 30th July 1430hrs at Wrotham : 1st team v Sev Reserves


Sat 6th Aug 1430hrs at Wrotham :1st team v Halstead 


Sat 13th Aug 1200hrs at Wrotham :1st team v Eynsford 


Sat 20th Aug 1200hrs at Wrotham :1st team v Tonbridge old boys .


Saturday 27th  Aug 1200hrs at Wrotham  Reserves v Seal Reserves ( start of KCFL  fixtures but no game for the first team ). 

 

More training and friendlies will be arranged for the Reserves.

 

Breaking news ! 

 

Billy Cornwell has been appointed as the new reserve manager this season and hopefully with a number of new players coming in he is expecting an exciting season ahead. We wish him well and look forward to the res having some success after a poor season last year which resulted in relegation and a drop down to div 3. 

 

Our new media secretary is now in place. So if you want anything added onto the website then please send to David Birch. You can obtain his e-mail address from me or Billy. 

 

Keith McGinn


Secretary and 1st team manager 

 

Ide Hill beat Kemsing 2-1 to win the Sevenoaks Senior Charity Cup. A great day for the Club. 

A full match report will follow.

 

Ide Hill proved too strong for Kemsing as they came from behind to win the Sevenoaks Senior Charity Cup at Greatness Park on Good Friday. 

 

After a faltering start and at half time being a goal down Ide Hill came back stonger and proved too much for their opponents. A well worked free kick was rammed home by Shaun Boyle and he linked up well with striker Tom Wright who scored the second.

 

A great day with fantatsic support from a crowd of close to three hundred. It was a real club day with the mini teams all there to join in the fun and celebrations.

 

Thanks to everyone for their support and congratulations to the first team squad for their great win.

 

​League leaders New Romney nearly come unstuck against a battling ten man Ide Hill

 

Ide Hill's cracking first half performance stunned league leaders New Romney as they were outplayed in every department. They were second to everything and two rocket shots from midfielders Jack Edmeads and Craig Jackson gave them the lead.

 

But things changed quickly in the second half as Rob Piper was red carded for tripping New Romney's striker in a goal scoring position in the penalty area. Keeper Mike McKay stopped the shot but New Romney pounced on the rebound to score. They pulled another back and an unfortunate own goal gave them the lead.

 

Ide Hill's battling saw them dominate large parts of the second half but they had to concede the points.

 

A full report will be available in the websites Match Centre shortly.

 

 

First team reach the final of the Sevenoaks Senior Charity Cup for the fouth successive season

 

Ide Hill's convincing 3-1 win over Farnborough OB Guild meant they reach the final again. Goals from George Kensell, Columb Grant and Tom Wright secured the win and Ide Hill's defence had a stand out game.

 

A battling effort from Ide Hill that Farnborough simply could not handle and a well derserved win to cap a series of successful qualifying games aganst strong opponents and another final appearance on Good Finday 25 March

 

A full report will be available in the websites Match Centre shortly.

 

First team turn tables against APM Contrast following recent defeat

 

Ide Hill were almost unrecognisable from the recent defeat to this weekend's opposition as they played a fluid passing game from defence to attack, creating chances regularly and remaining resolute at the back.

 

The pick of the goals came from central midfielder Craig Jackson with a dipping first time drive struck from outside the box.

 

In a noteworthy defensive performance captain Phil Alteirac, suffering from flu this week, stood out for his reading of the game - ceasing the visitor's moves before they gained momentum.

 

Hill's 14 man squad was their best of the season with a well established starting 11 and most bases covered on the bench. This was reflected by a performance described by Hill's management as the most impressive so far this season.

 

A full report will be available in the websites Match Centre shortly.

Reserves Lose In Last Minute To Southborough

Southborough Res 3 v Ide Hill Res 2

IHFC Reserves were unlucky to see a point slip away in the final moments of this weekend's match as the home side scored very late on to negate a fantastic equaliser from Julian Carvey.

 

A full report is available now in the websites Match Centre.

Magpies Receive New Jackets

The Ide Hill Magpies have received brand new sports jackets courtesy of Nigel Hill at Clearwater Marine Services.

 

Ide Hill FC's next generation of superstars can be seen in the accompanying photo showing off their new coats which come in good time as the colder weather arrives with some rainy match days ahead.

 

The club wishes to thank Nigel and Clearwater Marine Services for their generous support.

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About Ide Hill FC

Ide Hill FC are a charter standard club who play in the Kent County League and the Sevenoaks & District League. They were formed in 1923 and became an affiliated member of the FA in 1924. 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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