Founded 1992

venceremos football club

CHARTER STANDARD CLUB

 

Last Updated - 29 March 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

TON-UP FOR U14's!

A mixed bag of performances and results this weekend. The U14's ran the Champions elect very close on Saturday, James netting the U14's 100th goal of the season; The U14's squad players enjoyed a win in their friendly on Sunday. Tired legs for the U13's after 100 minutes of football; Close games for the U12's, U11's and U10's; A last gasp equaliser for the Development Side... Read More...

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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 1ST APRIL

DEVELOPMENT

Amateur Football Combination Division 2 North

v OLD MINCHENDENIANS III

AWAY

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SUNDAY 2ND APRIL

U14

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

NO FIXTURE

 

U13

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

v FC REAL

HOME

KO 12:00 Meet there by 11:30

 

U12

Harrow Youth Football League Division 3

v LNER YOUTH

HOME

KO 10:00 Meet there by 9:30

 

U11

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

v ST JOSEPHS 'B'

HOME

KO 11:30 Meet there by 11:00

 

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Latest Results

SATURDAY 25TH MARCH

DEVELOPMENT

Amateur Football Combination Division 2 North

HALE END ATHLETIC III 3-3 VENCEREMOS

This was a somewhat patchy performance and only a last gasp equaliser gave us a share of the spoils. We were very dangerous from the off, our pace causing numerous problems for the Hale End back four and it was no great surprise when Greg slotted home after a one two with Jake on 15 minutes. Despite our lead we were disappointing when not in possession and through defending too deep we got outnumbered in midfield. On 24 minutes a free kick wasn’t dealt with and the opposing forward finished well with an angled drive. Five minutes later it was 2-1  when we didn’t pressurise the ball well enough and the striker burst through. Ten minutes later it was 2-2 when Andy shot home from the edge of the box.  In the second half whilst we were slightly better when not in possession but  chances were at a premium because Hale End played deeper. On 72 minutes a trip on Greg in the box went unpunished and from the resultant break we didn’t close down well enough, 3-2 to Hale End. This setback seemed to galvanise the side and we started playing with the intensity which is our trademark. Nonetheless it looked like we’d leave empty handed until a super run and cross from Orlando in the 93rd minute  set up Greg for the  a simple tap in. In truth, we couldn’t have complained if a push had been given. A deserved point but certainly one of our less impressive performances and it’s important that we play with our customary intensity for the final two league games.

 

U14

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

VENCEREMOS 2-3 EAGLES

A game the boys were really up for, the Eagles unbeaten in the league and had only let in 5 goals, while our boys knew anything positive out of this meant a good chance of finishing second in the division. It was pretty even in the opening quarter and we had to work hard as playing against the wind was tough. We took the lead when Krish battled his way through three players before releasing Ishvind who himself still had work to do before finishing off the move. The Eagles lone striker was a handful however Will and Matteo were able to keep him in check, until he capitalised on a loose ball. We went into the break one a piece but I felt we had the upper hand. The second half with the wind behind us made a big difference as we were able to attack more, and move the ball around however Eagles were just as powerful in making runs down the wing. Eventually a free kick outside our box resulted in Eagles taking the lead, but these boys carried on and with about 5 mins to go from Rikin’s throw in to Sam, who tight on the by-line managed to get the ball across for James to basically tap in. At this stage a draw was good and Eagles were stunned that they had let in two goals. With minutes left Eagles had all outfield players in our half and were holding onto the ball well, a half-hearted shot but a miscalculation saw the ball end up in the bottom corner, at which point the boys just collapsed with all their energy just zapped from them. A more than gallant effort against a good team and so close to pulling it off. Two games left and two wins needed to force a play-off for second place. Well Done Boys. Thanks to the spectators supporting the boys which saw a number of the coaches on the side-line. Performance Rating 9.0

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SUNDAY 26TH MARCH

U14

Friendly

VENCEREMOS 4-1 RUISLIP TOWN 'B'

The boys started the game in top gear scoring 3 times in the opening 15 mins Malachi forcing his way through two defenders before slotting the ball past the keeper, George then scored from outside the box with a long range shot, he then turned provider for Malachi again coolly rounding the keeper. RTB started to get into the game and were starting to control it as the half came to an end. RTB re-started as they finished the first half and some of our boys were happy to sit on the 3 goal lead. They closed the gap with a goal from a near post corner, the ball eventually going in after a few attempts. At the other end Rikin had a couple of chances to bury the game and George was unlucky hitting the crossbar while on the ground and improvising with a cross that came in, Daniel also hit the cross bar in the same attack, at the other end Will kept us in the game with his speed and composure. As the game came to an end Malachi completed his hat trick when Sam played him through and his speed did the rest. The boys that don’t usually get a run out did very well; Dilan, Justin, Adam and Malachi. Performance Rating 7.5

 

U13

Harrow Youth Football League Division 4

CONCORDE RANGERS 7-0 VENCEREMOS

The boys faced a huge challenge today, in a double header of 100 minutes of football with Concorde Rangers unbeaten in the league, made all the more difficult with only the bare eleven available. Attitude was the key focus in the pre-match team talk and against the odds all eleven V's put in maximum effort against very talented opposition. In the first game the V's started brightly and carved out an early chance but Arush couldn't quite get enough power on his shot. CR then took the lead on three mins after their pacy winger, fired in at the near post when it looked as though he was going to cut the ball back. Two worldy strikes added to the score and by half time V's were 5-0 down. Credit to the boys whose heads didn't drop and they carved out a couple of chances which saw Tom & Sam go close before Concorde added to the score. Special mention to Ben for a tireless performance stepping in at right back.

Performance Rating 7.5

VENCEREMOS 1-6 CONCORDE RANGERS

A slight change around for the second game saw the full backs, Ben & Thomas get some relief from the onslaught, replaced by Tom & Arush. Again the V's started brightly but Concorde broke the deadlock after the award of a soft penalty on 10 mins. V's responded well and Ben & Arush came close before Concorde extended their lead. 0-2 at the beak and the V's still had 25 minutes of this gruelling encounter to get something out of this game. Unfortunately within a minute of the restart Concorde had sewn up this game too. There was some joy as Sam side footed home Arush's near post corner, just after Ethan thought he had scored but the keeper and defender combined to save on the line. Special mention to Beshaun for sticking to the task of marking the dangerous CR striker and keeping his goal count down and to Tom who did a fine job as stand in right back. Some consolation was to play on a decent surface for a change at the home of QPR's Academy. Performance Rating 8.5

 

U12

Harrow Youth Football League Division 3

VENCEREMOS 1-3 ST ANDREWS

Played some really good football but just couls put away the chances. Stefan got the goal. MotM: Hesham. Performance Rating 8.0

 

U11

Harrow Soccer Combination Group D

VENCEREMOS 2-3 ICKENHAM YOUTH 'B'

Sorab and Freddie got the goals. Performance Rating 8.0

 

U10

Harrow Soccer Combination Group E

LARKSPUR ROVERS 3-1 VENCEREMOS

The first defeat in Phase 2 for the U10's. Matthew scored for the V's.

Performance Rating 7.0

 

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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.

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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.