Next Game: Barnstaple Town Away On Saturday August 27th at 3pm

Friday, August 26, 2016

Sutton Coldfield Pitch Passes 'Test'

The Sutton Coldfield pitch on which Romulus play has passed its 'test' after work was completed on its 3G surface this week.

Hereford FC travel to the ground, Coles Lane, to play Romulus in the FA Cup next Saturday.

HUST Fans Survey

This from HUST:

The raw data from the recent Fans Survey has now been collated. 
The process of analysing the results is a complex and time-consuming exercise, especially regarding individual suggestions and comments.
In order that members and non-members who were invited to participate can get some early feedback, and so that Hereford FC can get some indications of the feelings of its supporters, we intend to release the raw data results in chart form.
This will be available on the HUST website from midday on Wednesday 31st August.
The Board would like to thank the hundreds of supporters who took park in the survey which has given us many indicators  as to our future actions as we progress.

Prediction League Round 6 Preview

Round 6 of the Bullsnews prediction league sees Hereford travel to Barnstaple Town on Saturday. Barnstaple are currently 7th in the league. 

Last 5 matches:
Clevedon Town 0-1 Barnstaple (FA cup)
Barnstaple 1-0 Paulton Rovers
Swindon Supermarine 4-2 Barnstaple
Taunton Town 0-1 Barnstaple
Barnstaple 1-1 Yate Town

2016/17 Attendances
235 vs Paulton Rovers
286 vs Yate Town

2015/16 Attendances
Highest: 281
Average: 174
Lowest: 113

Predictions with attendance, score and username need to be sent before 2:30pm on Saturday to

Tomorrow's South And West Fixtures

Here's a list of tomorrow's Southern League South and West fixtures for tomorrow.

Saturday, August 27th, 2016

Barnstaple Town v. Hereford
Bishops Cleeve v. AFC Totton
Didcot Town v. Larkhall Athletic
Evesham United v. Bideford
Paulton Rovers v. North Leigh
Salisbury v. Mangotsfield United
Slimbridge v. Wantage Town
Swindon Supermarine v. Shortwood United
Taunton Town v. Bridgwater Town
Winchester City v. Tiverton Town
Yate Town v. Wimborne Town

Club Open Today

Hereford FC will be open from 10am this morning for, in particular, the sale of tickets for Monday afternoon's home game against Bishops Cleeve.

Tickets can also purchased online at:

Thursday, August 25, 2016

U16's Match Photos

Photos from Thursday's U16's match with Gloucester City

U16's win

Hereford U16's beat Gloucester City U16's 6-0 this evening at Victoria Park. Hereford's goals were scored by Jake Spink, Jack Marston, Liam Bishop X 2, Luke Firkin and Tom Hayes. 

Hereford U16's: Joe Regan, Cam Godsall, Ben Vanstone, Tom Hayes, Rhys Davies, Jack Marston, Matt Mcleod, Charlie Greenhouse, Joe Mellars, Jake Spink and Callum Beckett. Subs: Tom Baycroft, Liam Bishop, Reece Edwards, Luke Firkin, Elliott Peeters-Vanstone, Cam Gauci and Luke Marston.

Hereford U16's next match is next Tuesday afternoon when they host Swansea City u16's. Kick off is 2pm at Victoria Park.

UITC sides in action this weekend:
Hereford U12s vs Kidderminster U12s at 10:30 am
Hereford U15s vs Kidderminster U15s 11:00 am

*both matches at Belmont

Stig 'Moves' To Worcester

Former Hereford FC commercial manager Chris Ammonds has taken on a new role as Group Press Officer for Santuary Housing based in Worcester.

'Stig' left Edgar Street last June after 14 months with the football club to return to being a 'freelance PR consultant'.

UITC Open Enrolment Day

Just got your GCSE results? Not sure what to do next with your education?

Come and have a discussion with Adam Jones the tutor of the Football & Education Scholarship. He will holding an open enrolment day on Thursday and will be able to give you some information regarding the course.

Thursday 25th August
Time: 13.00-16.30
Venue: Robert Owen Academy, Blackfriars Street, Hereford, HR4 9HS

Barnstaple Manager Hopes For Good Support

Barnstaple manager Barry Yeo is hopeful that supporters will get behind his team for the visit of Hereford on Saturday.

"I would hope that nearly everyone who is available to come to the game on Saturday would come," said Yeo as reported by the North Devon Journal.

"If we could get 800-plus it would be a great feat for the club. It would be nice for the lads to get that sort of support as they (Hereford) will have a great following.

"I want the lads to realise how far they have come, they deserve these kind of games for what they have done and I hope they enjoy it.

"We are expecting them to bring about 500 (fans) which is a credit to them"We want to do our best by making it a good day for them, but we have a job to do on the pitch.

"We will do some work on nullifying their threat and on being positive going forward.

"I can't go back (in history) and say how big the game is, but Hereford coming is something we could have only dreamed of a few years ago.

"They are on a great run already, which is the way it was always going to be."

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Under 16's in action

Hereford under 16's are in action on Thursday as they host Gloucester City at Victoria Park.  Kick off is 6:45pm and all supporters are welcome to come along and support.

Victoria Park is at the end of Field Grove View in Hereford, post code is 
HR1 1AW.

Bowen Impressed In Debut For Hull

Former Hereford United youngster Jarrod Bowen impressed in his first team debut for Hull at Exeter last night.

Along with several other younger players, he was called into the first team for the League Cup Tie.

This edited article is from Hull FC:

Jarrod Bowen and Greg Olley both made their senior debuts for the Tigers in the victory at St James Park on Tuesday night and first team coach Stephen Clemence was impressed with their performance.

“They’ve been a part of things ever since we went to Portugal at the start of the summer,” said Clemence.
“I thought Greg Olley and Jarrod Bowen were particularly good on Tuesday night. They tired a little bit towards the end but they showed that they can definitely play at a higher level. They did themselves no harm at all. It was just unfortunate that we lost Josh Tymon and Greg Luer to injury during the game.

“But it’s always nice to see young players coming through and trying to make their way in the game. Now they need to try and keep themselves around the first team and carry on with their progression.

“The senior players can help with that. We spoke to a couple of them before the game to remind them of how the senior players would have helped them when they were making their debuts years ago, last night it was their turn to do that. There will be times when the younger players need support on the pitch, although Jarrod and Greg didn’t need much support on Tuesday night and took to it really well.

“We signed Jarrod from Hereford when he was 16 and he has progressed really well with the Academy. He’s done well with us all through pre-season.

“They still have a lot to do, but they can be proud of what they did against Exeter.”

Tumelty Leaves Edgar Street

Joe Tumelty
Winger Joe Tumelty has left Edgar Street and is expected to link up with Larkhall according to the Hereford OS.

Tumelty started the first half for Hereford last Saturday in the absence of Tristan Plummer but was subbed at half-time.

Hereford United Then And Hereford FC Now

Hereford FC historian Ron Parrott has spent sometime over the last few months helping out 'Herefordshire Life Through A Lens'.

'Ron Parrott, knowledgeable archivist and long-term fan of Hereford United, discusses how that epic match against Newcastle, in the FA Cup third round replay of 1972, changed things for the club. Parrott talks about then and now; the changing nature of the League, and how the game against Newcastle made the League pay attention to Hereford United, which was a non-league club at the time. Parrott describes how the club is thriving now and he tells us about the immense community spirit which surrounds the club today.'