Day: 31 January 2024

The Binfield FC badge. Photo: Neil Graham.

Match Preview: Hartley Wintney FC – Away

Hartley Wintney F.C.

After the close midweek defeat to Westfield, the Moles are hoping to get February off to a flying start with an away trip to Hartley Wintney FC.

About Hartley Wintney FC

Hartley Wintney FC was established in 1897 and played in various leagues before becoming founder members of the Home Counties League in 1978, which later became the Combined Counties League. They won three consecutive league titles in the mid-1970s and were league champions in 1982–83. They won the league’s Challenge Trophy twice, in 1987–88 and 1989–90, but went into decline in the late 1990s, finishing second-from-bottom of the league twice. They were relegated to Division One at the end of the 2004–05 season but were promoted back to the Premier Division in 2008 and again in 2012. They won the Premier Division in 2015–16 and the following season, they were able to take promotion to the East Division of the Southern League. In 2018, they won promotion to level seven the Premier South division by winning the promotion play-offs. The club finished bottom of the Premier Division South in 2022–23 and were relegated to the South Central Division of the Isthmian League.

You may see a couple of familiar faces in the Hartley Wintney line-up as ex-Moles Liam Gavin, George Winser, Conor Lynch and Harrison Bayley all play for The Row.

Last Time Out

Midweek, the Moles lost 3-2 to inform Westfield whilst Hartley Wintney beat Badshot Lea 3-1. Earlier in the season, Hartley Wintney beat the Moles 5-2 at the Iconic Stadium.

Where do Hartley Wintney FC play?

The Hartley Wintney play at The Memorial Playing Fields.

The full address is The Memorial Fields, Green Ln, Hartley Wintney, Hook RG27 8DL

Tickets

Adults – £12
Concessions – £8 (65+, Student, Disabled & Carer, Forces)
Junior 14-18 – £5
U14 Free (with accompanying adult)