Welcome to Hertford Town Youth FC
The Name in County Town Football
Thank you for visiting Hertford Town Youth's website. We are a growing community club providing youth, senior, ladies and inclusvie football.
Established in 1998 the club has grown to over 400 members and has been dedicated to providing competitive youth football and coaching for boys and girls in Hertford and the surrounding area. Our home base campus is located at County Hall and a short walk away at West Street Playing Fields. We are a Charter Standard club affiliated to the Hertfordshlre Football Association.
The club has teams over a range of age groups with members starting from 4 years old. We are always looking for players and as a club are dedicated to providing football for as many children as is physically possible.
The club has in place an elected Committee, consisting of parents and volunteers who are responsible for the management of all affairs of the club. We have a constitution, rules and codes of conduct which all officials, members and parents should adhere to.
We aim to keep our membership fees as low as possible by encouraging sponsors and by running various social and fund raising events throughout the year to purchase kit and equipment.
Announcement: Where It All Began: 'Top Of The League' Coaching Courses
The first in a series of historic snapshots of our proud history as we get closer to the clubs 20th year...........
In 1998 senior club coach and school teacher Alex Bedwell launched his 'Top Of The League' Coaching Courses during school holidays at Hertingfordbury Park and West Street Playing Fields in Hertford. The project became so popular and successful that Alex decided to launch a brand new youth club and "Hertford Town Youth Football Club" was born. In 1998 the new club was accepted as a member club in the Mid Herts Rural Minors League (MHRML) and has remained a member since. Mini Soccer was a relatively new concept in England at that time and the club set up its first ever U8's team. The very first player to register with the club was Jack Friend who has since gone on to play at both academy level and Hertford senior football in the Spartan League.