The Different Westfield Football Clubs in England

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Association football or simply football – it doesn’t matter what name you prefer to call this sport, it I considered by many as the number one sport in the whole world in terms of players and viewership. Because it became so popular in England, hundreds of football clubs were formed and anything about football news would always become a major news topic in the sports channels in the UK. There are actually three football clubs that are named Westfield: the Westfield Football Club in Surrey, the Westfield Football Club in Sussex and the Westfields Football Club (also known as Westfields F. C.). These clubs should not be confused by each other because their differences are evident not only in their football training but also with regard to their history, their insignia and much much more.Westfield_F.C._logo

The Westfield Football Club in Surrey is an amateur football club and they are based in the Westfield area of Woking, England, thus, the name. They have an affiliation with the Surrey County Football Association and they are also proud and active members in the Premier Division of the Combined Counties Football League. Their supporters have come to know them as The Field or The Yellas (Yellows). Their home colors are yellow shirt and black shorts and socks.

The club is based in Westfield in Hastings, England. They were founded in the year 1927, way before World War I erupted. They used to be a member of the third division of the Sussex County Football League but as of last year, they are now a member of the second division of the same league. Their supporters and fans know them as the Parishoners. When they play at home games, their players wear yellow shirts and socks paired with green shorts and during their away games, their players wear an all blue ensemble. The club play their home games at the Parish Field located in the Main Road in Westfield, East Sussex. The club’s chairman is Graham Drinkwater and their manager is Duncan Jones.

The Westfields F. C. was founded in the year 1966 and is currently based in Herefore, England. The club plays in the Premier Division of the Midland League and is currently in affiliation with the Herefordshire County Football Association. Their fans and supporters know them as the Fields. They play their home games at an area called Allpay park (named such because of the club’s sponsorship with Herfored based company, allpay.net) located in Widemarsh Common in Hereford. This ground has a capacity of two thousand people. Their original ground, though, was at King George V but they moved to Thorn Lighting’s Rotherwas in the year 1975. The club’s present manager is John Morgan while their manager is Sean Edwards. The chief executive is Andy Morris, who is also one of the founders of the club. In their home games, they wear a maroon shirt with sky blue sleeves, sky blue shorts and paired with sky blue socks. In their away game, the players wear an all sky blue shirt, white shorts and pink socks.

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What’s Up with the Westfields FC?

 

No one can deny that the world’s number one sport as of the present is football. Football news almost always makes it as a headline in sports channels and the sports section of newspapers. With millions of players and billions of watchers, -the sport has become a craze in South America and Europe and in countries like Brazil, Spain a well as in the United Kingdom. And to channel all these pent up passions and energies about football since the World Cup is not always happening, a lot of people in England support or join football clubs for fun and also to improve their skills through football training. One such football club in existence is the Westfields Football Club or more known as Westfields F. C. The Westfields F. C. is different from the Westfield Football Club in Surrey and the Westfield Football Club in Sussex.

The Westfields F. C. was founded in the year 1966 and is currently based in Herefore, England. The club plays in the Premier Division of the Midland League and is currently in affiliation with the Herefordshire County Football Association. Their fans and supporters know them as the Fields. They play their home games at an area called Allpay park (named such because of the club’s sponsorship with Herfored based company, allpay.net) located in Widemarsh Common in Hereford. This ground has a capacity of two thousand people. Their original ground, though, was at King George V but they moved to Thorn Lighting’s Rotherwas in the year 1975. The club’s present manager is John Morgan while their manager is Sean Edwards. The chief executive is Andy Morris, who is also one of the founders of the club. In their home games, they wear a maroon shirt with sky blue sleeves, sky blue shorts and paired with sky blue socks. In their away game, the players wear an all sky blue shirt, white shorts and pink socks.

Football_36The Westfields F. C. were founded by a group of local youths with the intention of playing friendly football games on the Widemarsh Common. The club first entered the Herefordshire Sunday League and stayed with them for a decade. They started in Division Two of the West Midland Regional League in the year 1978 and moved up until they reached the Premier Division of the league after only three short years. The club was promoted to Midland Alliance in the season of 2002 to 2003 after becoming the Midlands Regional League Premier Division champions.

The club does not have a lot of accolades, awards and honors but the Fields’ best league performance was when they placed second in the season 2011 to 2012 of the Midland Football Alliance. Their best Football Association Cup performance was when they won the first qualifying round on six occasions and their best Football Association Vase performance was in the season of 1986 to 1987 while in the fourth round.

The Westfields F. C. currently does not have a women’s division of their football club but who knows? This may change sometime in the near future.

Getting to Know the Westfield Football Club in Sussex

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The whole world is quite familiar with the love that England and English men and women have for football. It is among England’s most popular, if not the number one sport in the country. And because of the fervor and passion that they show for the world’s number one sport, a lot of English folk either support or are members of football clubs. One football club that has been around for quite some time now is the Westfield Football Club in Sussex. Though not constantly identified in the football news, the rigorous football training and passion that their member show for the sport are the keys for their continued existence in the world of football.

We should not be confusing the Westfield Football Club in Sussex with the following similar football clubs: the Westfield Football Club in Surrey and the Westfields Football Club (sometimes known as Westfields FC). The club is based in Westfield in Hastings, England. They were founded in the year 1927, way before World War I erupted. They used to be a member of the third division of the Sussex County Football League but as of last year, they are now a member of the second division of the same league. Their supporters and fans know them as the Parishoners. When they play at home games, their players wear yellow shirts and socks paired with green shorts and during their away games, their players wear an all blue ensemble. The club play their home games at the Parish Field located in the Main Road in Westfield, East Sussex. The club’s chairman is Graham Drinkwater and their manager is Duncan Jones.

In the year 1971, the club joined Division Two of the East Sussex League but in the season of 1973 to 1974, they went up a notch and joined Division One and they stayed there up until the year 1991, where they went back to Division Two. In season 1997 to 1998, the club was admitted to the Division Three of the Sussex County League the season after that, they became part of Division Two and stayed there up until present.

Having been around for quite some time now, the club has acquired a lot of honors and achievements. In the Sussex County League, they became a runner up in the Sussex County League Division 2 Cup in season 2002 to 2003 and they were also a runner up at the Division 3 Sussex County League in  the 1998 to 1999 season. They became the winners in the East Sussex League Premier Division way back in the 1977 to 1978 season. They also became Hastings League Division One Winners back in season 1956 to 1957 as well a becoming the Hastings League Division Three East Winners in an even earlier time- in the season of 1952 to 1953.

As far as I know, the Westfield Football Club in Sussex does not have a female football club counterpart unlike the Westfield Football Club in Surrey. The only news that I have heard about the club in the past years was regarding the fire that destroyed their clubhouse in 2009.

All About the Westfield Football Club in Surrey

 

Football, association football, soccer or soccer football – whatever name you prefer to call this sport, there is no stopping or slowing this sport down to Westfield_F.C._logobecome known as the number one sport in the whole world in terms of players and viewership. Because of its popularity in England alone, there are hundreds upon hundreds of football clubs and anything about football news would always become a headline in the sports channels in the UK. One football club that comes to mind is the Westfield Football Club in Surrey and in this article, we will learn all about the club, their history and many more.

There are actually three football clubs that are named Westfield: the Westfield Football Club in Surrey, the Westfield Football Club in Sussex and the Westfields Football Club (also known as Westfields F. C.). These clubs should not be confused by each other because their differences are evident not only in their football training but also with regard to their history, their insignia and much more.

The Westfield Football Club in Surrey is an amateur football club and they are based in the Westfield area of Woking, England, thus, the name. They have an affiliation with the Surrey County Football Association and they are also proud and active members in the Premier Division of the Combined Counties Football League. Their supporters have come to know them as The Field or The Yellas (Yellows). Their home colors are yellow shirt and black shorts and socks.

Established in the year 1953, they were initially known as the Westfield Boy Club and they started playing with the local Woking and District Football League. Between 1962 to 1963, they joined up with the Parthenon League and then became known simply as Westfield. In the year 1978, they became a founding member of the Combined Counties Football League, and then known as Home Counties League and this is where they have stayed up until today.

football-fiesta-salisburyThe club plays their home games at the Woking Park in Woking, Surrey, which has a capacity of about a thousand people. Major renovations were done to the area a few years ago.

The club currently keeps an 8 member staff and they are the following: John Comer as the 1st team manager, Paul Mayne as the 1st team assistant manager, Darren Pasley as the goal keeping coach, Dan Snare as the 2nd team manager, David Powell a the 2nd team assistant manager, Cleveland Clark as the under eighteen’s manager, Dave Webb as the under eighteen’s assistant manager and Steve Rocknean as the under eighteen’s coach.

Since their inception, the club has acquired quite a number of honors. Two league honors – champions in the Surrey Senior League, first runner up in the Parthenon League. They have also acquired several cup honors – as the winner in two seasons of the Surrey Senior League Cup and Surrey County Junior Cup and as runners up in the Combined Counties Football League Cup, Surrey FA Saturday Premier Cup among others.

There is also a female division of the club known as the Westfield Ladies Football Club.