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meetings_conferences (1 page)

The clubhouse is fully catered to host Meetings / Conferences / Day or Evening Functions. This can be combined with the hire of the football facilities if need be. Please feel free to enquire about prices or further information Tel : 0208 845 0110

The Community (1 page)

The youth section of the club Brook House FC caters for teams/players of all ages. It plays a major part in the community of providing facilities and football coaches to develop and encourage future generations.

Supporters (1 page)

If travelling by public transport the nearest railway stations are; Northolt (London Underground) - followed by the 90 bus towards Feltham bus stop opposite clubhouse approx journey 10-15mins from station. Hayes & Harlington (British Rail) - followe

Sponsor the Club (1 page)

Anyone interested in club sponsorship should contact

History (1 page)

AFC Hayes changed the name of their senior teams from Brook House Football Club at the end of season 2006/2007. The club was formed in 1974, springing from local Saturday sides Charville and Hayes North. Success soon followed in the lower division

Facilities (1 page)

Hot & Cold Refreshments are provided at pitch side at the end of the changing room block. The clubhouse is fully licensed and is open on all matchdays. Large TV's provide a full program of sporting coverage from Premier League, The Championship, to Li

Contact (1 page)

1st Team - Email : Reserves - Email : Under18's - Email : General Club Enquiries :

Code of Conduct (1 page)

FIFA's Code of conduct Saturday, 12 January 2002. FIFA's Code of Conduct for football encapsulates all the sporting, moral and ethical principles for which FIFA has always stood and for which it will continue to fight in the future, regardless of the i

Club Development (1 page)

The club is currently looking into a number of different options to develop it's current infrastructure. If you are interested or have any suggestions, please contact Barry Crump on e-mail :

Child Protection (1 page)

Safeguarding Children Let's make football safe - not sorry Creating fun, safe football environments is central to safeguarding children. Most children and young people have a fantastic experience through football – but sadly, some d

Anti-Bullying Policy (1 page)

The Football Association Anti-Bullying Policy for Football Clubs Recommended Guidelines What is Bullying? Bullying is the use of aggression with the intention of hurting another person. Bullying results in pain and distress to the victim. Bullying can be:

AFC Hayes Academy (2 pages)

Academy Director - Dale Welch Tel No: 07950 399 652 E-Mail:


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