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Fancy a bit of Good News?

I’m delighted to share this with you all …. received here after last Saturday’s game against Chelmsford City. From Mr. K Hi Yesterday was my first visit to Whitehawk, despite having lived in Brighton for 30 years. I was really impressed with the friendliness of all your staff/helpers behind the turnstile, bar and food counter, […]

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Gerardo Bruna signs for Hawks

Steven King believes former Real Madrid and Liverpool youngster Gerardo Bruna will be a big hit at Whitehawk. The Hawks boss had played down the arrival of the 23-year-old Spaniard who made his full debut in last Saturday’s 3-2 win at St Albans. King wanted to see whether the midfielder could adapt to the rigours […]

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JJ Waller: Picture of The Week #9

Every week throughout the season we will post a picture from last season’s residency by acclaimed photographer JJ Waller.   JJ currently has a small exhibition in the clubhouse which we thoroughly recommend you visit. No 9:  ‘ Whitehawk 3 – 3 Sutton Utd’

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FA Trophy: new fixture

The draw for the Third Round Qualifying of The FA Trophy has been made at Wembley today. The 39 ties are scheduled to be played on 29 November, with the winners each picking up £4,000 from The FA’s prize fund. Cambridge United, Wembley winners in March, won’t be defending The Trophy this season because they […]

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Conference Press Release

The initiative which the Football Conference introduced six years ago to address the level of crown debt amongst its 68 member clubs recently achieved its ultimate goal when the latest quarter end reports showed zero arrears throughout the entire competition. Commenting on the success, Financial Planning Committee Chairman, Graham Wood, said, “it has been very […]

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Football Conference Press Release

The Football Conference Ltd are extremely pleased to announce the appointment of a new independent Chairman who will succeed Brian Lee, when he steps down after eight years leading the competition, at the end of this current season. The Board of the Football Conference at its meeting in London today agreed unanimously to offer an […]

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