Horsforth Fairweather FC

HFFC Links Page.

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Horsforth Fairweather FC are affiliated to the following organisations:

Leeds Combination
Association Football League
The Leeds & District
Football Association
West Riding County Football Association The Football Association
Leeds Combination logo   West Riding County FA logo FA logo

  Other leagues in the local area that may be of interest: The Wharfedale Triangle League | Leeds Sunday League | Leeds Sunday Alliance | Bradford Sunday Alliance | Claro Sunday League (Harrogate area) | Halifax Sunday League | Heavy Woollen Gate Sunday League (Dewsbury area) | Leeds Red Triangle (Saturdays) | Yorkshire Old Boys League. Also of interest to clubs in our area: Wharfedale & District FA.
Leeds Sunday League Leeds Sunday Alliance Bradford Sunday Alliance Claro Sunday League Heavy Woollen Sunday League Leeds Red Triangle Yorkshire Old Boys League

  The Bridge Inn, HFFC's base, has no less than two web sites: the "Warm and Friendly" site and a page on the Leeds Eat and Drink site.

  A handful of plugs for other organisations associated with this club: Pendle Sportswear, HFFC's kit suppliers, for anyone who wants to buy the replica green and black Porto shirt; Armstrong Awards & Gifts, of Guiseley, official supplier of trophies and stuff to HFFC; Rodley Rockets ARLFC, HFFC's summer training venue; and the Golden Bengal, Low Lane, venue for our end of season events.

  A credit for, and my gratitude to, The Animation Factory, from where most of the animations used in this site were obtained. And our appreciation to Smart Guest Book, who have provided us with a decent spam-free Guestbook.

Animation Factory logo Smartgb logo Link to
HFFC Guestbook.

  Some local information: Leeds City Council's home page; a web site dedicated to the town we're from: "Horsforth.com"; and the Horsforth Town Council site.

  Need to download bus timetables for getting to Bedquilts, The Bridge Inn, Horsforth School, Butcher Hill, etc? See the Metro web site. NB Suggest the no 1 for Bedquilts; 50/50A or 97/97A for the Bridge, Horsforth School and Butcher Hill.

Kev's book

  Every club has its celebrity supporter. Ours is the Otley bard, thespian and muse Kevin Collier, who, in collaboration with Baz Cooper, has had a volume of humorous verse published. If you want to look at a sample of their work, please have a look at their web site: Bards of a Feather. Note the selection of poems on view changes daily, so feel free to come back for more, or of course buy the book.

The man himself

Friends Reunited logo   Old boys made good section. A sign of the times perhaps, but you ought to know HFFC now have a club entry on Friends Reunited: look in the "Teams & Clubs" section.

  The professional web site of Craig Oddy, photographer and midfield star.

  Not an HFFC old boy, but JR "Bob" Endeacott was once one of our most respected opponents, at Cross Flatts FC, during the late 1980s and early 1990s, and his website Relish Books may just tempt you to fork out for his published works "One Northern Soul" and "No More Heroes", both of which contain loads of tales about Sunday League football in Leeds during times gone by, as well as more timeless rites of passage stuff.

  There's no connection with HFFC whatsoever but what the heck I'd like to include a plug for the Holland 1974 and Holland 1978 sites, researched and developed by myself, dedicated to the Dutch World Cup teams of the 1970s.

  Any club, organisation or individual with any connection to HFFC is invited to request a link. You don't have to offer one back to us, but it would be polite (www.hffc.co.uk). Also reports of dead links or updates to existing ones would be appreciated. Please contact us by email.

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