Wednesday 2nd May 2012 AFC Hornchurch 3 Bury Town 1 This match certainly lived up to its billing! Both teams showed 100% commitment and served up a game which entertained from start to finish. The Urchins proved to be the stronger with every man playing his part in a superb victory. We are now one game away from Conference South football. Monday's game is 'massive'. We will entertain Lowestoft Town, who overcame in form Wealdstone, in the Play-Off Final, k.o.. 3pm. Don't miss it as it should be a cracker! Click for today's match report
AFC Hornchurch Under 18's Trials The Club will be running trials for prospective players for next season's U18's squad. The trials will take place on May 24th at Central Park and commence at 6pm. If you feel you could make the grade and would like further info please call Mark, the U18's Manager, on 0780 358 6141
Sunday 29th April 2012
Awards for Martin and Joe
Congratulations to Martin Tuohy and Joe Anderson who were presented with well deserved Awards at last night's Club Presentation Evening. Martin won the Golden Boot for his THIRTY goals this season and Joe was voted theSupporters' Player of the Season and Players' Player of the season. Well done and well deserved lads!
Saturday 28th April 2012 AFC Hornchurch 2 Leatherhead 1 The Urchins secured their 26th RPL victory of the season which earned them the runner's up spot and guaranteed home advantage in the forthcoming play-off games. We will entertain Bury Town this coming WEDNESDAY and if victorious would then host the Final where our opponents would be either Lowestoft or Wealdstone. The Final will take place on Bank Holiday Monday, 7th May, k.o. 3pm. Click for today's match report
Saturday 21st April 2012 Harrow Borough1 AFC Hornchurch 0 With the Urchins going down 1-0 at Harrow Billericay were crowned RPL Champions for 2011/12. Hornchurch now go into the playoff lottery to fight for the second promotion place. We will be guaranteed a home tie on Wednesday 2nd May but our opponents will not be known until the final round of games have been completed next week. Many congratulations to 'Ricay who have shown incredible consistency throughout the season and finish worthy Champions. We hope, of course, that we will be joining you in Conference South next season! Click for today's match report
Saturday 14th April 2012 Wealdstone 2 AFC Hornchurch 1 Sadly results did not go our way today and our Title aspirations took a bit of a knock. However, with two games to go and Billericay still requiring one point to clinch the Title we still have a chance. The lads will certainly give 100% as the task in hand is clear - we MUST win our last two games! Click for today's match report
Monday 9th April 2012 AFC Hornchurch 0 Billericay Town 0 Our largest crowd of the season were treated to a rather scrappy game with both teams perhaps not wanting to lose more than they wanted to win. The onfield tension was there for all to see and a stalemate was the only possible result. So with three games to play the Title race is still undecided - but Billericay may feel that the odds are slightly in their favour. Click for today's match report
Friday 6th April 2012 Tooting & Mitcham United 1 AFC Hornchurch 2 The Urchins came from behind to score their 15th away RPL victory of the season and their Title ambitions are now back in their own hands. This win perfectly sets up Monday's home encounter with League leaders Billericay Town. Should the Urchins win then they would move back to top spot with three games to play. With the best finish to the PRL season for many years it really is 'squeaky bum' time! So get down to Bridge Avenue on Monday and enjoy what should be a thrilling game. Click for today's match report
Saturday 31st March 2012 AFC Hornchurch 1 Metrolopitan Police 0 A Martin Tuohy converted penalty was all that separated the sides at the final whistle but that was enough to bag the Urchins another three points keeping them on the coat tails of the leaders. The two games over Easter could well decide our fate. We travel to meet Tooting & Mitcham on Good Friday and then entertain Billericay Town at the Bridge on Easter Monday - where we are likely to see our highest home gate of the season. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 27th March 2012 AFC Hornchurch 3 Margate 0 The lads worked extremely hard to earn their successive 3-0 victory closing the gap on the leaders to four points. The Urchins always had a firm grip on the game but 'Gate looked dangerous on the break and contributed to a very enjoyable game. We now look forward to entertaining Met. Police this coming Saturday in our quest for another three points. For those driving to the game make sure you have a current Tax Disc on your car :-) Click for today's match report
Saturday 24th March 2012 Horsham 0 AFC Hornchurch 3 The Urchins got back to winning ways and chalked up their 14th away RPL victory of the season. Our tally of 69 points should already be enough to secure a play-off place but the aspirations of Jimmy and the lads are much higher. With seven critical games left they will all be treated like Cup Finals - with the next encounter this Tuesday evening when we entertain Margate at Bridge Avenue. Click for today's match report
Saturday 17th March 2012 AFC Hornchurch 1 Cray Wanderers 2 An 88th minute goal by the visitors denied the Urchins a point in a game which only came to life in the second half. Home supporters will be left wondering how a team which plays so superbly well away from home finds it so difficult to win at home. However, despite recent disappointments, with eight games to go there is still everything to play for. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 13th March 2012 Carshalton Athletic 1 AFC Hornchurch 2 The Urchins bounced back to their winning ways with a masterful performance at Carshalton and moved to within a point of the leaders. Only a last minute lapse let the hosts in for a consolation goal. The lads earned their 21st victory of the season which is their greatest number of wins in an RPL season - and we still have nine games to go! Click for today's match report
Saturday 10th March 2012 Hendon 2 AFC Hornchurch 0 A goal in added time at the end of each half was enough to secure all three points for the hosts and send the Urchins home pointless. The lads battled well but lacked that final cutting edge. There is little time to dwell as we move on to another tricky away fixture this coming Tuesday when we travel to meet Carshalton Athletic. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 6th March 2012 AFC Hornchurch 0 Hastings United 1 The Urchins failed to capitalise on this game in hand and despite plenty of effort and a string of goal opportunities it was the visitors who took the points. The Hastings defence held firm whilst looking dangerous on the break. The lads will be very disappointed but our destiny is still in our own hands. Click for today's match report
Saturday 3rd March 2012 AFC Hornchurch 2 Concord Rangers 0 The visitors came to Bridge Avenue in search of their first ever RPL win against the Urchins and once again they failed. They reverted to their usual game plan which resulted in the dismissal of Hornchurch Captain Elliot Styles in the 33rd minute. However 'ten-man' Urchins were more than a match for the Beachboys and a goal in each half was enough to send them on their way empty handed. Click for today's match report
Saturday 25th February 2012 Kingstonian 0 AFC Hornchurch 2 Another powerful performance saw the Urchins earn their twelfth RPL away win of the season with the prize being three more valuable points. Two goals from leading goal scorer Martin Tuohy, one in each half, sealed the victory. Click for today's match report
Saturday 18th February 2012 AFC Hornchurch 1 Lewes 0 Our new lads settled in well as the Urchins earned another three valuable points. The game was played in less than ideal weather conditions with heavy rain and wind hampering both teams particularly in the second half. A 32 minute Martin Tuohy strike turned out to be the only goal of the game - but enough to secure the points. Click for today's match report
Friday 10th February 2012 Welcome Fola Orilonishe The Club are delighted to announce the 'on loan' signing of talented midlielder/winger Fola Orilonishe who joins us from Conference South Sutton United.
Monday 6th February 2012 Urchins New Signing Urchins latest signing received a very frosty reception when he turned up for training today. His team mates gave him the cold shoulder and he was immediately put on the Transfer List. Jimmy confirmed that we have already had approaches from Coldchester United and Aston Chilla. The fans hope he melts away as soon as possible.
Friday 3rd February 2012 Welcome to Leon McKenzie Leon McKenzie has joined us from Grays Athletic. Leon is an attacking forward and will give Manager Jim McFarlane more fire power as we maintain our Title challenge. Welcome Leon. we hope you will enjoy your time with us.
Monday 30th January 2012 Welcome to Two New Urchins! The Club are delighted to announce the signing of two new players. James Love joins us from Brentwood Town and Troy Powell-Quarry arrives from Harrow Borough. A big Bridge Avenue welcome to both players whose skills will help greatly in our push for promotion.
Saturday 28th January 2012 AFC Hornchurch 1 East Thurrock United 0 With the game looking a certain draw Lewis Smith crashed in an injury-time screamer to grab all three points for the Urchins and keep the pressure on our fellow Title contenders. Prior to the goal both defences had held firm in what was a rather scrappy game. Click for today's match report
Saturday 21st January 2012 Bury Town 2 AFC Hornchurch 1 A last-gasp goal in the third minute of injury time robbed the Urchins of a well-deserved point at Bury. Again, the team showed their character after Reiss Noel was dismissed early in the second half for a second 'yellow'. They went on to score an equaliser but with seconds to go were cruelly punished. Fortunatley other results went our way and we still retain our second spot. Click for today's match report
Saturday 14th January 2012 Grimsby Town 4 AFC Hornchurch 0 The Mariners scuppered the Urchins chance of Trophy glory with a thoroughly professional display. Although the game was lost by half time the lads heads did not drop. In the second half they played some superb attacking football, hitting the post, and showing why they are RPL title contenders. The urchin fans never stopped singing and their tremendous support was indeed a credit to the Club - as was the team performance. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 10th January 2012 AFC Hornchurch 0 Harrow Borough 0 A draw was all that was needed to move the Urchins back to the top of the Table and that is what they got. Both teams put in a great deal of effort with the 'keepers making some excellent saves and a draw was a fair reflection of play. Maybe our lads had an eye on the big game this Saturday when the Urchin Army travel North to meet a very in-form Grimsby Town in the Second Round of the F.A. Trophy. Click for today's match report
Saturday 7th January 2012 Wingate & Finchley 1 AFC Hornchurch 2 Another convincing display from the Urchins saw them bag three more away points to keep the pressure on the leaders. With 'Ricay's surprise 4-2 defeat vs Tooting and Mitcham we now move into second place just a point behind Lowestoft. We now look forward to our HOME game on Tuesday evening when HARROW BOROUGH are our visitors. A positive result would see us move into top spot. Click for today's match report
Monday 2nd January 2012 AFC Hornchurch 3 Lowestoft Town 0 The Urchins shook off last Saturday's defeat with a commanding display against fellow promotion-chasers Lowestoft. The three valuable points earned today puts us firmly back in the Title mix again. Despite Saturday's loss the Management Team will consider it a very successful Christmas campaing with victories over leaders Billericay and second placed Lowestoft Town. Click for today's match report
Saturday 31st December 2011 Canvey Island 4 AFC Hornchurch 1 The Urchins incredible run of away victories came to an end with a bump this afternoon albeit that the scoreline flattered the hosts. Things looked rosy when Hornchurch took the lead in the 25th minute but the game turned in the 62nd minute with the dismissal of Martin Tuohy. Canvey hit two quick goals to take the lead and with the Urchins pressing for the equaliser hit two more goals in the closing few minutes. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 27th December 2011 Billericay Town 0 AFC Hornchurch 1 Hornchurch earned their ninth successive RPL away victory at New Lodge today and in doing so inflicted 'Ricay's first home League defeat of the season. More importantly, however, they have tightened things at the top with just two points now separating the top four teams. Click for today's match report
Saturday 17th December 2011 AFC Hornchurch 2 Aveley 1 Hornchurch put the visitors under great pressure for long periods and powered to a 2-0 lead early into the second half. Then, after an inspired substitution, Aveley netted on 59 minutes and came more into the game. However, the Urchins defence held out and even created chances to extend their lead. Three valuable points keeps us firmly in the play-off zone with three vital games ahead - Billericay Town & Canvey Island away and Lowestoft Town at home on Jan 2. Click for today's match report
Wednesday 14th December 2011
Urchins on their way to Grimsby! The reward for this evening's victory at Farnborough is an away trip to meet Grimsby Town of the Conference National in the Second Round Proper of the F.A. Trophy. Well played lads!Click for match report.
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Saturday 10th December 2011 AFC Hornchurch 0 Farnborough 0 Hornchurch demonstated once again that they hold no fears when playing higher league opposition. After going down to ten men they put in a superb performance to earn a replay at Farnborough this coming Wednesday. So the Urchins go into the hat on Monday when they will know their opponents in the Second Round should they be successful in the replay. Click for today's match report Click for today's F.A. Trophy Results
Tuesday 6th December 2011 Colchester United 4 AFC Hornchurch 1 - Essex Senior Cup The Urchins acquitted themselves well against such high class opposition. With the scoreline 2-1 in favour of the hosts after 73 minutes Hornchurch were battling hard. However, Colchester hit two more before the close to earn a place in the Quarter Finals. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 6th December 2011 Urchins are November Team of the Month! The Macron Team of the Month Award for the Ryman Premier Division has gone to AFC Hornchurch for their 5-0 victory vs Thurrock in the Third Qualifying Round of the F.A. Trophy. Well done lads - and we hope for more of the same this Saturday when we entertain Farnborough in the First Round Proper.
Saturday 3rd December 2011 Leatherhead 0 AFC Hornchurch 1 The Tanners made Hornchurch fight hard for the win and for much of the game it looked like they would win a precious home point. The Urchins dug deep, however, and an injury time header from Martin Tuohy secured all three points. On this performance Leatherhead look too good for the drop and they must have every chance of turning things round. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 29th November 2011 AFC Hornchurch 0 Hendom 1 The Urchins struggled to find the form which has earned them seven RPL away victories in eight games and they paid the price in the 23rd minute when the visitors scored the only goal of the game. Hendon always looked sharp and on balance deserved their victory. The lads will want to put this one behind them as the very challenging Christmas campaign approaches with games against both Billericay and Lowestoft - not forgetting the F.A. Trophy encounter at home to Farnborough! Click for today's match report
Saturday 26th November 2011 F.A. Trophy - Thurrock 0 AFC Hornchurch 5 There aren't enough superlatives to describe today's team performance. The lads totally outplayed their hosts and proved promotion to Conference South holds no fears. Everyone played their part, players, Management and supporters, to make a most memorable afternoon. We now look forward to Monday's draw for the First Round Proper. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 22nd November 2011 AFC Hornchurch 1 Carshalton Athletic 1 Carshalton usually provide stiff opposition and tonight was no exception. The Robins took the lead in the 41st minute and Frankie Curley levelled 15 minutes into the second half. Both teams had chances to snatch all three points but the game ended all square. So the Urchins unbeaten run continues. We now move on to a very important F.A. Trophy encounter this coming Saturday when we travel to meet Thurrock with the prize being a place in the First Round Proper. Click for today's match report
Monday 21st November 2011
U16's Cassells Cup Success On Sunday the Urchins U16's eased into the last 16 of this seasons Cassells Cup competition with a 1-0 victory away at Stanway Rovers. They now have a home tie vs Broomfield of Colchester in the Fourth Round. This match is to be played on Sunday 15th January. Well done young Urchins!
Saturday 19th November 2011
Hastings United 1 AFC Hornchurch 3 The Urchins incredible away form continued as they chalked up three more points at the Pilot Field keeping the pressure on their fellow Title chasers. This was their sixth consecutive RPL victory away from home! We hope this rich vein of form continues when we entertain Carshalton Athletic this coming Tuesday evening in what will be our first HOME RPL game in over a month. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 15th November 2011
Another Away Draw in the County Cup Following yesterday's victory over Thurrock the Urchins will now travel to meet Colchester United in the Fourth Round of the Essex Senior Cup. The date for this fixture has yet to be arranged.
Saturday 12th November 2011
Concord Rangers 1 AFC Hornchurch 2 The Urchins demonstrated great skill and professionalism in claiming all three points to keep their promotion ambitions firmly on track. The hosts adopted their well-known game plan which saw four Urchins booked before half time. However, in a strong second half display Hornchurch struck twice through Frankie Curley and Lewis Smith which earned them the well deserved victory and three valuable points. Click for today's match report
Thursday 10th November 2011
County Cup vs Thurrock - Monday 14th November Despite a firm undertaking by the Essex F.A. that this game should be played on Thurrock's usual evening for mid-week games (TUESDAY) they have now had second thoughts and instructed us to play the game on Monday 14th November. This baffling decision will no doubt favour Thurrock as they don't have a game this Saturday. Sadly the consequences may be that we have to field a weakened team on Monday. This would be a pity as we have always regarded the County Cup with respect and given it 100% commitment.
Wednesday 9th November 2011
AFC Hornchurch F.A. Trophy Win
Last night's game was recorded by Action Game Replay and will feature in their online non-league video show at the end of this week. Click to see Les Thompson's goal and short interview
Tuesday 8th November 2011
AFC Hornchurch 1 Harrow Borough 0 A Les Thompson 28th minute goal was enough to see the Urchins through to the Third Qualifying Round of the F.A. Trophy where they will travel to meet Thurrock of the Conference South.We now start a sequence of three 'away' games with an important RPL encounter this coming Saturday vs Concord Rangers. The lads will certainly be looking to avenge their F.A. Cup defeat and earn all three points to keep their Title ambitions on track. Click for today's match report
Saturday 5th November 2011
Harrow Borough 1 AFC Hornchurch 1 Both teams go into the hat in Monday's Third Qualifying Round Draw after honours finished even at Earlsmead. The Urchins took the lead in the 12th minute through Elliot Styles and held on to it until the hosts equalisedin the 56th. So at last we have a home game! The Replay will be this Tuesday evening at Bridge Avenue, k.o. 7.45pm Click for today's match report
Wednesday 2nd November 2011
Player Movements at the Bridge Two players have left the Club ... Dave Collis has left us to join Billericay Town and Donny Barnard has joined Harlow. The Club thanks both players for their loyal service. We are delighted to confirm that Andy Tomlinson has re-joined us. Andy always gives 110% and is a firm crowd favourite at the Bridge. Welcome back Andy!
Saturday 29th October 2011
Lewes 0 AFC Hornchurch 4 AFC Hornchurch maintained their spectacular away form by notching up yet another victory, this time against a quality Lewes side at the Dripping Pan.The Urchins have now amassed an incredible 18 points from a possible 21 on their travels so far this season and It is this kind of form which has made the team serious Title contenders. Click for today's match report
Monday 24th October 2011
Urchins Drawn Away in the Trophy AFC Hornchurch will travel to meet fellow RPL side Harrow Borough in the Second Qualifying Round of the F.A. Trophy. The tie is to be played on Saturday 5th November.
Saturday 22nd October 2011
Wingate & Finchley 1 AFC Hornchurch 2 Just as everyone was gearing up for a Tuesday evening Replay at Bridge Avenue Lewis Smith stepped up to hit an 89th minute winner to send the Urchins into the Second Qualifying Round of the F.A. Trophy.In a very competitive game it was the hosts who took the lead in the 11th minute. Lewis Smith levelled on 30 minutes and that's how it stayed until he hit the winner in the 89th minute. Our home game vs Hendon on 5th November will now be postponed as we will now play in the next Round of the F.A. Trophy. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 18th October 2011
Cheshunt 3 AFC Hornchurch 1 The Urchins bowed out of this season's League Cup competition at the first hurdle with an under par performance at Cheshunt. There is little time to dwell as we prepare for yet another Cup competition when we travel this Saturday to meet Wingate & Finchley in the First Qualifying Round of the F.A. Trophy. Click for today's match report
Saturday 15th October 2011
AFC Hornchurch 3 Kingstonian 0 The Urchins really turned on the style and treated their fans to what was possibly their best home performance of the season. After a frustrating first half where numerous goal opportunities were not converted fans were left thinking that it wasjust one of those days. However, the lads continued to press in the second half and were rewarded for their efforts. But for some fine goal keeping by the K's the scoreline could have been even more impressive. This victory takes the Urchins back to the top of the Table for the first time since the opening day of the season. Click for today's match report
Saturday 8th October 2011
East Thurrock United 0 AFC Hornchurch 1 After last Saturday's disappointment Hornchurch returned to their winning ways and in doing so maintained their impressive away form. A 17th minute Lewis Smith goal was enough to secure all three points and earn the Urchins another away RPL victory. They havewon five of their six away games this season with the only blemish being the narrow defeat at Lowestoft. Their task is now to replicate this form at Bridge Avenue. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 4th October 2011
AFC Hornchurch 0 Bury Town 1 Abitterly disappointing night for the Urchins. The visitors took the lead after 20 minutes and then defended exceptionally well for the rest of the game due in no small part to some inspired goal keeping. Hornchurch created a hatful of excellent goal scoring opportunities but failed to capitalise on them. Fair play to Bury, they came with a plan, stuck to it and earned the reward. Click for today's match report
Saturday 1st October 2011
AFC Hornchurch 1 Wingate & Finchley 0 AFC Hornchurch climbed to 5th place in the League Tablewith their fifth win in their last six RPL games but the Blues didn't make it easy. The victory was secured with a 51st minute goal from Rickie Hayles. Next Tuesday evening's home clash vs Bury Town is now a massive game. Three points for the Urchins would propel them well and truly into the Title race. Click for today's match report
Thursday 29th September 2011
AFC Hornchurch 3 Enfield 1893 1 AFC Hornchurch ran out 3-1 victors in their First Round President's Cup tie vs Enfield 1983 and now travel to meet Cheshunt in the Second Round. The date for this game has yet to be announced. Click for today's match report
Tuesday 27th September 2011
Margate 0 AFC Hornchurch 2 After a very even first half display the Urchins gained the upper hand grabbing all three points courtesy of a brace from Michael Spencer. This excellent result lifts us to 6th in the table with a goal difference of +10! The tricky games are coming along fast and furious as we look forward to another entertaining game this Saturday when we play hosts to Wingate and Finchley, k.o. 3pm. Click for today's match report
Saturday 24th September 2011
AFC Hornchurch 1 Wealdstone 1 In a very even and hard-fought contest the home fans must have thought the Urchins had secured all three points when Lewis Smith hit a well taken 64th minute goal. However, the joy was short lived as Stones Richard Jolly levelled only six minutes later to earn a well deserved equaliser. We have another tricky game on the horizon when we travel to Margate on Tuesday. Click for today's match report
Thursday 22nd September 2011
Stansted 1 AFC Hornchurch 5 (F.A. Youth Cup) The young Urchins put in a superb performance in the First Qualifying Round of the F.A. Youth Cup with a resounding 5-1 victory against Stansted. This win has earned the lads a home tie in the Second Qualifying Round vs Tilbury. The match is to be played week commencing 3rd October 2011.
Hornchurch FC - The Official History The 'Official History of Hornchurch FC' is now available for the Club Shop. The book contains 200 pages of interesting information and is accompanied by a CD with an additional 400 pages of data. The price for the book complete with CD is only £12.00 Clickfor a full description of what's on offer
Saturday 17th September 2011
AFC Hornchurch 1 Concord Rangers 3 Sadly the Urchins fell at their first hurdle and must wait another year in their quest for F.A. Cup glory. Whilst the visitors, who have yet to score an RPL victory this season, may have shaded the play on the pitch, for some sitting on the Riverside at least, it was the animated off-field antics of some which proved more entertaining than the game itself. Today is disappointing but we all know that our main aim is promotion - and that goal is firmly within our grasp. Click for today's match report
Monday 12th September 2011
Aveley 2 AFC Hornchurch 3 Following a spell of three consecutive RPL defeats the Urchins have bounced back with three consecutive victories - the latest being a five-goal thriller at Mill Field. Although Elliot Styles struck for the Urchins in the first minute the hosts went in at the break with a 2-1 advantage. However, Hornchurch secured a deserved victory with two second half goals to claim the points. We now move on to FA Cup action when we entertain Concord Rangers this coming Saturday, k.o. 3pm. Clickfor today's match report
Saturday 10th September 2011
AFC Hornchurch 6 Tooting & Mitcham United 0 This afternoon the Urchins finally got the result they deserved. After playing well in recent matches and coming away with nothing today was payback timed! On today's performance the scoreline fairly reflected the gulf between the teams. But for the bravery of the Terrors 'keeper the Urchins tally could well have been in double figures. Credit to T&M though, as their heads didn't drop and even when 6-0 down they tried, in vain, to push forward for a consolation goal. We now hope this momentum can be carried forward to Aveley on Monday evening. Clickfor today's match report
Friday 9th September 2011
Player News The Club are delighted to confirm the signing of left back Joe Anderson and goalkeeper Joe Wooley. Both players will add strength to our squad. Joe Anderson played at Lincoln City whilst Joe Wooley joins us from Chelmsford City. Two players have left the Club - Ashley Taylor-Forbes and Darren Behcet. Darren played 107 games for the Urchins and Ashley ten. We thank both players for their loyal service during their time with us and wish them well.
Saturday 3rd September 2011
Metropolitan Police 0 AFC Hornchurch 2 The Urchins got back to winning ways courtesy of second half goals from Martin Tuohy and Jo Flack in what was an excellent all-round team performance. This result lifts us five places in the table. Our next game is next Saturday when we entertain Tooting and Mitcham United when the lads will be looking to make up further ground on the early league pace-setters by earning three more points. Clickfor today's match report
Monday 29th August 2011
Lowestoft Town 2 AFC Hornchurch 1 The football gods are certainly conspiring against the Urchins. After matching their hosts in every department they left Crown Meadow pointless. Lubo Guentchev hit the winner with virtually the last kick of the game - much to the obvious delight (and relief) of the home team - as can be seen from the video. Our league position certainly belies the fact that the team are playing very well. Clickfor today's match report
Saturday 27th August 2011
AFC Hornchurch 0 Horsham 2 A second disappointment of the week for Urchin fans saw Horsham grab all three points in a game which could have easily ended with a totally different scoreline. Sadly no points are awarded for territorial advantage. However, we are still creating a host of goal scoring opportunities and our luck will surely change soon! Best wishes to Darren Behcet who went off injured following a goalmouth collision with Elliot Styles. Clickfor today's match report
Tuesday 23rd August 2011
AFC Hornchurch 1 Canvey Island 2 A disappointing end to a game which started so brightly saw the Urchins drop three home points in a very keenly fought contest. Despite the result the signs are positive. We are creating lots of goal-scoring opportunities but just need to tighten up a little defensively. Our next game is this Saturday when we entertain Horsham and results so far would suggest plenty of goals! Clickfor today's match report
Sunday 21st August 2011
Cray Wanderers 2 AFC Hornchurch 5 The Urchins won their opening League fixture as they have done since they re-joined the RPL in 2007. Of the five opening games today's performance was probably the most impressive. After going behind in the 14th minute Hornchurch hit five in what turned out to be a most entertaining game. We now eagerly await the visit this Tuesday of our friends from Canvey Island for our first home RPL game of the new season Clickfor today's match report
Saturday 6th August 2011
AFC Hornchurch 3 West Ham United XI 1 A talented West Ham Academy side played their part in what turned out to be a very entertaining game. However, the Urchins were always too strong for the youngsters who, apart from the superb strike by Blair Turgott, rarely threatened the home goal. In an excellent all round Urchin performance the highlight was a fine hat trick by Martin Tuohy. Our thanks to West Ham for providing today's opposition and we wish them well in their campaign to win back their Premiership status. Clickfor today's match report
AFC Hornchurch Season Tickets 2011/12 The Club are pleased to confirm that the price structure for Season Tickets will remain unchanged for the coming 2011/12 season. Applications can be made by post using the following application form. Season Tickets will be available direct from the Club nearer the start of the season. Clickfor Season Ticket ApplicationForm
AFC Hornchurch - The Official History The official history of AFC Hornchurch is shortly to be published in book and/or disc form. The final format will be decided once an idea of potential sales is known. Clickfor a full description of what's on offer
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