Founded 1992

venceremos football club

CHARTER STANDARD CLUB

 

Last Updated - 27 February 2017


  HARROW TOWN SPORTS CLUB RAYNERS LANE PINNER MIDDLESEX UK
           

Welcome

Venceremos FC was formed in 1992 and comprised of adult side(s) playing in the West Middlesex Sunday Football League until 2006.

The name 'Venceremos' is taken from the song of the latin jazz track of the same name, released by Working Week in 1983.

The philosophy of Venceremos FC, as a youth football club, is to encourage Sportsmanship, Effort and Teamwork and above all provide an enjoyable environment for the kids to develop their footballing talents at their own pace.

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The club is committed to the FA's RESPECT campaign.  In terms of implementation we request that all spectators watch the game from one side of the pitch and remain behind the "RESPECT LINE".

Additionally whilst we promote encouragement from the sidelines please do not coach the kids.

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News

HAT-TRICK HERO!

Another hat-trick for Ishvind gave the U14's a narrow victory; Some great games at Harrow Town saw the U10's and U11's rewarded for their efforts and the U12's and U13's just miss out despite great performances; The Development Side were slighty lucky with their win and the U11's saturday game saw them bounce back from 2-0 down. Read More...

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TRAINING BACK AT HARROW TOWN...

Training for all age groups is back at Harrow Town from Saturday 4th March 10am to 11:30am.

 

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CHILD WELFARE

Events of recent weeks have highlighted the importance of child protection in youth sport.  Our club has a Safeguarding Children policy and a Child Welfare Officer; Ash Amin (pictured). Ash is the first point of contact should you ever have any concerns regarding the well-being of your child in instances where you do not want to  approach the coach or manager. In the highly unlikely event that you do not get a get a satisfactory response please contact myself or Neil Fowler at the Middlesex FA.  

Paul Fuller, Chairman, Venceremos FC.

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DEVELOPMENT SQUAD...

A Venceremos FC development side has been formed  in conjunction with Rayners Lane FC and will be playing in Division 2 North of the Amateur Football Combination.  The intention is that this a potential pathway for our players once they reach the age of 16. The squad also includes boys from other Harrow Youth Football League clubs together with Rayners Lane first team squad players.  Home matches will be played on Saturday afternoons at Harrow Town Sports Club.

 

Forthcoming Fixtures

Home fixtures played at Harrow Town Sports Club, Rayners Lane HA2 9TY (Unless noted).

NOTE: Meet times are latest time! Players are expected to be ready on the pitch by the stated time..

 

SATURDAY 4TH MARCH

DEVELOPMENT

Amateur Football Combination Division 2 North

NO FIXTURE

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SUNDAY 5TH MARCH

U14

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

v ICKENHAM YOUTH 'B'

HOME

KO 10:30 Meet there by 10:00

 

U13

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

v FC REAL

HOME

KO 12:00 Meet at the Club by 11:30

 

U12

Harrow Youth Football League Division 3

v LNER YOUTH

AWAY

KO TBC

 

U11

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

v WEALDSTONE YOUTH 'B'

AWAY

KO TBC

U10

Harrow Soccer Combination Group E

v HANWELL TOWN 'B'

AWAY

KO TBC

 

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Latest Results

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY

DEVELOPMENT

Amateur Football Combination Division 2 North

VENCEREMOS 2-1 OLD MINCHENDENIANS III

This was a game we should have won comfortably but a lack of decisiveness in front of goal  and some poor decision-making in the final 25 minutes meant that we were hanging on at the end. Despite a host of changes as a result of first team call ups and injuries we started very brightly moving the ball at pace. We created numerous good situations but we either missed the target or our opponents put in some tremendous block tackles. We remained on top  through to half time  but a fine save from Kevin on 43 minutes was a reminder of the dangers of complacency. After the break the script remained the same until we finally took the lead on 57 minutes, Michael with a trademark clinical strike after being put through. On 64 minutes it was 2-0, super wing play from Sam and a poacher’s finish from Michael. That should have been game over but rather than keep moving the ball players wanted more touches than was necessary and we surrendered possession as a result. On 76 minutes Minchendenians pulled a goal back and whilst we continued creating chances, suddenly the result was in doubt. In the last five minutes we got pushed back and only a wonderful one handed save from Kevin on 89 minutes preserved our lead. Overall a decent performance but we need to manage games better when we’re in the ascendency.

 

U11

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

ICKENHAM YOUTH 'B' 2-2 VENCEREMOS

The V's came back from 2-0 down to earn a draw, goals from Sorab & Freddie.

 

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SUNDAY 26TH FEBRUARY

 

U14

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

BELMONT UTD 'B' 2-3 VENCEREMOS

Probably the fastest goal we have scored, 10 seconds in Krish winning the ball from kick off and laying it into Ishvinds path for him to score. After that it was pretty poor from our players to be honest, the Belmont keeper playing the sweeper\keeper role very well meant we struggled to latch onto many of the balls played through. The second half was pretty much the same and although Ishvind scored another goal this time with James doing the running to set him up, we were very casual in our approach. The game did turn on its head when Belmont pulled a goal back, it then took a bit of an unsavoury turn with a lot of argy bargee and a few rash tackles. This played into Belmont’s hands and they equalised. It was at this point the boys realised they may well end up losing if they didn’t get their act together. It was Sam with his great powerful run on the right wing before crossing in for Ishvind to turn and get the winner and another hat-trick.

Performance Rating 7.0

 

U13

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

VENCEREMOS 1-2 KENSINGTON DRAGONS

A similar game to last week which saw two equally matched sides slug it out in the middle of the park for the majority of the game which meant chances were at a premium. The Dragons had the first opportunity but Alex dealt with the shot comfortably. On 18 mins the V's took the lead, Ethan setting up Sam to finish with a great strike that found the top corner from just outside the box. The Dragons were back in the game 5 minutes later, desipte a big hint of off-side in the build-up. Tom had a great chance to put the V's back in front but a heavy touch made the keeper favourite to make the save. The second half began with KD in the ascendancy and the V's found themselves pinned in their own half for a good 10-15 minutes. However they gradually got back into the game and should have gone back in front from a sweeping move that saw Tom's effort well saved by the keeper after a great pass from Ethan. On the hour KD took the lead from a corner that was cleared to the edge of the box, but the follow-up strike was too good and found the corner of the net through a crowd of players. The V's went for it right to the end and a last minute corner saw all the V's players, including Alex in the KD box, the ball falling to Ben who's strike agonisingly flew over the bar. A good competitive game which could have gone either way but on the day the V's just didn't take their chances.

Performance Rating 8.0

 

U12

Harrow Youth Football League Division 3

VENCEREMOS 0-3 CELTIC

This was a top versus bottom clash with opposition having scored on average 7 goals a game.  Although the game ended 3-0 to the visitors it was an exceptional display by the U12s who had their chances but the commitment, tackling and defending was the best I have seen from this group of players. Before the game they understood the quality of the opposition but that did not deter them but actually galvanised them. Great attitude, team spirit and ability shown. All the team bar none played their part. Very proud Well done!! MotM: The whole team. Performance Rating 9.0

 

U11

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

VENCEREMOS 5-3 FOOTBALL SAMURAI

Goals from Kayhan (2), Sorab (2) and Cameron. Performance Rating 8.5

U10

Harrow Soccer Combination Group E

VENCEREMOS 3-2 TFA UNITED 'A'

Goals from Michael, Sushant & an OG was just enough to claim victory in this end to end game.

 

Coaching Sessions

Saturday mornings at Harrow Town Sports Club, Rayners Lane (Unless noted).

 

U6-U9 (School Year 1-4) - 10:00 to 11:00

U10 (School Year 5) - 10:00 to 11:30

U11 (School Year 6) - 10:00 to 11:30

U12 (School Year 7) - 10:00 to 11:30

U13 (School Year 8) - 10:00 to 11:30

U14 (School Year 9) - 10:00 to 11:30

ALWAYS BRING A DRINK AND SHIN PADS AND APPROPRIATE CLOTHING FOR THE WEATHER.

WHEN WET YOU MUST BRING A CHANGE OF CLOTHING IF YOU WANT TO USE THE CLUB HOUSE. THANKS.

THE CLUB SHOP

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CLUB SHOP ONLINE

Training gear and lots of other Venceremos FC branded leisurewear are now available to purchase on-line through Pendle Sports. Click on image for link......

 

 

CLUB LEISUREWEAR

Please note whilst we encourage kids wearing Venceremos rain jackets, hats etc this is not compulsory. We pride ourselves on being a club accessible to all and don't want to impose additional financial burdens.

 

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REFRESHMENTS AND SNACKS

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SATURDAY KITCHEN...

The Kitchen will be open on Saturday mornings from October until March, serving hot drinks and snacks. So parents you can now enjoy the comforts of the club house during training . No need to rush off either, when training is over, treat the kids to a tasty snack and watch the lunch time kick-off on Sky!

Depending on the number of home fixtures we are hoping to run the kitchen on Sunday mornings too! Also, if you are able to lend a hand see Georgina.