HB Fives: 5-a-side League

HB Fives is the FA Affiliated 5-a-side football league held at the 3G pitches adjacent to Hesketh Bank's Centenary Sports Ground (CSG). FOR UP-TO-DATE SUMMER LEAGUE RESULTS, FIXTURES AND TABLES CLICK HERE. NEWS SPACES AVAILABLE FOR THE AUTUMN 201

Scores Predictions

Hesketh Bank Football Club WEEKLY FOOTBALL SCORES PREDICTIONS Competition Rules:- 1. All prediction sheets and £1 donation shall be submitted to Wiktor Pamfil BEFORE 15:00pm each Saturday. 2. Predict the correct results of all 6 selected ma

Match Day Information

Where is the club based? We are based in the village of Hesketh Bank which is between Preston and Southport and are one of only two club's in the West Lancashire League who are actually in West Lancashire. We are one of the longest serving members of the

Club Honours (2 pages)

1st team Division One - 2003-04, 2013-14 Presidents Cup - 1994-95, 1996-97, 2003-04, 2009-10, 2013-14 Presidents Cup Runners-up - 2002-03 Fermor Hesketh Challenge Cup - 1923, 1927, 1929, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2006. Div

Club Records (4 pages)

ALL records are since we joined the West Lancashire Football League in 1987. APPEARANCES: Most appearances - Tony Rothwell - 416. Most goalkeeper appearances - Alan Procter - 124. Oldest player - Andy Cope - 48 years 29 days - October 2015.

Player Sponsors (4 pages)

The Landscape Company Tel - 0151 425 5010

Club History (1 page)

A BRIEF HISTORY The village of Hesketh Bank has a long tradition of football going back as far as the late 19th century. The present club was formed in 1922. Until the 1987/88 season when joining the West Lancashire League, the club played mainly in th

Gold & Black Draw (2 pages)

The Gold & Black draw is made twice monthly on at 6.30pm Sunday evening in the Sports Bar. Winners so far in 2014 Jan £50.00. C Odgers, A Cope £25.00. T Meadows, Luke Smith £10.00. J Seed, S Hand Feb £50.00. J Read, D Sergeant £25.

The Grounds (3 pages)

The Centenary Sports Ground is owned by Hesketh-with-Becconsall Parish Council. Hesketh Bank Association Football Club, Hesketh Bank Cricket Club and Hesketh Bowling Club all have long term leases, operating as private membership clubs responsible for the

The Medals (2 pages)

At the end of the First World War the local Hesketh Bank footballing community found itseldf with nowhere to play having been refused access to previous playing areas. To rectify this situation a group of local people banded together to purchase a plot of

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