Founded 1992

venceremos football club

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Last Updated - 26 September 2016


  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

MIXED FORTUNES..

Despite a decent performance the Development Side were left to rue missed chances: A below par performance by the U14's at the impressive Eagles; A comfortable win for the U13's; The U12's played their part in an eight goal thriller and evenly contested games saw the U11's and U10's run out victors by the odd goal in five. Read More...

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COMBINATION FIXTURES ..

Harrow Soccer Combination Phase 1 fixtures published for U10 & U11

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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.

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COUNTDOWN TO KICK-OFF...

  • Membership details for Season 2016/17 are now available and can be downloaded from the Club page.
  • Saturday training sessions are now underway at Harrow Town Sports Club.
  • First set of fixtures have been published for the U12's - U14's.
  • See the Harrow Youth League Divisional Compositions here.
  • U10 & U11 fixtures start on 2nd October.

 

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 1ST OCTOBER

DEVELOPMENT

Amateur Football Combination Divsion 2 North

v EGBERTIAN II

HOME

KO 3PM

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SUNDAY 2ND OCTOBER

U14

Harrow Youth Football League Challenge Cup r1

v HENDON YOUTH 'B'

AWAY

KO TBC

 

U13

Harrow Youth Football League Challenge Cup r1

v HILLINGDON YOUTH 'A'

HOME

KO 10:30 Meet at the Club by 10:00

 

U12

v TBC

 

U11

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

v BESSINGBY PARK RANGERS 'B'

AWAY

KO TBC

 

U10

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

v BRENTHAM COLTS 'B'

HOME

KO 10:30 Meet at the Club by 10:00

 

Latest Results

SATURDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER

DEVELOPMENT SIDE

Amateur Football Combination Divsion 2 North

OLD PARMITERIANS IV 6-2 VENCEREMOS

A scoreline that suggests a somewhat one-sided affair but had we taken our chances we would almost certainly have won this game. We began positively and when Michael was tugged back when clean through on 9 minutes , Owen curled in a wonderful free-kick. We kept looking dangerous and missed three gilt-edged chances in quick succession but then conceded when we didn't properly clear a corner on 19 minutes. Two minutes later a seemingly well offside Old P's forward ran through unopposed and we were 2-1 down. Our response was good, a beautiful ball from Greg and a smart finish from Michael. We were then well in control and only a bobble prevented a certain third goal but a controversial moment on 37 minutes changed the complexion of the contest.  A push went unpunished and the Old Ps forward squared to his partner for a straightforward finish.  We were at fault for the fourth on 42 minutes, not shutting down the winger whose excellent cross was comfortably headed home.  We were granted a way back on 44 minutes when awarded a penalty, but a decent save meant we went 4-2 down at the break, an inexplicable scoreline given some of our offensive play and the fact that our opponents had only had four shots in the entire half. Credit to the boys who kept probing at the beginning of the second half but after we missed another great chance our passing became sloppy at times. On 75 minutes the contest was effectively over when the opposing forward burst through and finished well. A penalty ten minutes from time gave the scoreline an even more misleading look. Credit to Old Ps who were athletic and clinical, certainly a step up from our opponents the previous week. We should take heart from some of our play but need to learn that games are ultimately generally won in either penalty area.

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SUNDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER

U14

Harrow Youth Football League Divsion 4

EAGLES 7-0 VENCEREMOS

Within a minute of the start we were a goal down and then it was a case of when the boys seemed to find their feet Eagles would hit us with a goal. By the time the half was up Eagles were 4-0 up and our only show were efforts by Daniel and Ishvind. Second half didn’t fare much better although we played much better with Malachi now up front and chasing any loose ball, Krish playing left back and hassled their winger and anyone in his way, James put his body in front of everything and Ishvind hit the bar with an overhead attempt, despite this a further 3 goals were let in, we were up against a team that even though in their first year were well organised and could play in divisions much higher than in the 4th as we are. Performance Rating 6.5

 

U13

Friendly

VENCEREMOS 7-0 HEADSTONE MANOR 'B'

The V's enjoyed their first experience of 11-a-side football with a comfortable victory over Headstone Manor Youth. An early goal from Arush gave the team the best possible start. HMY almost equalised against the run of play but Alex saved low to his right, and didn't really have much to do after that. Tom added a second, Ben notched the third from the spot after a foul on Ethan and an unfortunate own goal gave the V's a 4-0 half time lead. Arush added his second as did Tom after the beak and Sam wrapped things up late on. A pleasing display with no less than four debut performances from Arush, James, Ahmed and Josh with Ethan & Saran making their first appearances since returning for their second spell at the Club. Although not really tested today, the boys showed good discipline and kept their shape well moving the ball to good effect. The real test starts next week. Man of the Match; Arush. Performance Rating 8.0

U12

Harrow Youth Football League Divsion 3

VENCEREMOS 3-5 FOREST UTD

In the first game of the league campaign the U12s met Forest United. Although the team was pretty much unchanged from the previous year, we were playing a new system with only 2 at the back and Patrick becoming more of a sweeper keeper. The U12s started well and it was fairly even but the opposition struck first from a corner. The U12s quickly replied with a really well worked goal between Stefan and Mustafa who put Milan through to slot in the leveller. The opposition scored again when it appeared Patrick had both hands on the ball but the striker somehow managed to knock the ball out and put it away. The opposition managed to score another against the run of play from a wonder strike.  Half time U12s went in 3-1 down. In the second half the U12s started well and played some great passing football but the opposition attacked on the counter and made it 4-1.The pleasing thing was our heads never went down and we replied quickly scoring twice and we were in the ascendency creating chances at will but could not find the equaliser. Right at the end the opposition again broke away and scored the killer goal to end the game for the U12s. Despite the result the U12s played some great football especially from the back and one touch passing was great to watch. As they get used to the new system I am sure the results will come. Performance Rating: 8.0

 

U11

Friendly

VENCEREMOS 3-2 LONDON EAGLES

Our second pre season friendly for this year and again a pleasing performance from the V's. We started strong and put together some good passing play up the pitch only to be stopped by the oppositions keeper. Half way through the first half a long kick out by the keeper, bounced awarkwardly and was tucked away by their centre forward. Literally from the kick off some slick passing led to Sorab running into the box then to be taken out by the left back, he got up and slotted home the equaliser from the spot. From then it was all V's. It clicked! the boys worked out that passing and moving made it easier to get the ball up the pitch and we had numerous attempts only their keeper keeping them in the game apart from two well struck goals from Kayan and Mason. The eagles rallied and had a late spell in the game where they pulled one back. Performance Rating 8.5

U10

Friendly

RUISLIP TOWN 2-3 VENCEREMOS

Report to follow...

 

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Coaching Sessions

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

Sessions run at the following times;

U6-U9 (School Year 1-4) - 10:00 to 11:30

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.

 

CLUB DIARY - 2016
       
Saturday 1st October Deadline for payment of membership fees
       
       

 

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.

 

IF YOU KNOW YOUR HISTORY........

 

   13 YEARS AGO - VENCEREMOS RESERVES - SEASON 2002/03 CUP FINALISTS