Well we know you are all excited to get back into the ground, and we have an exceptional line-up for you all, with a brand of football, which we are sure will impress.
Our Preseason Line Up we can confirm is as follows –
Tuesday 13th July – Sporting Khalsa (away) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Saturday 17th July – Stafford Rangers (home) – 3pm Kick Off
Tuesday 20th July – Chasetown (away) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Wednesday 21st July – Walsall Wood (away) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Saturday 24th July – Buxton (home) – 3pm Kick Off
Tuesday 27th July – Stafford Rangers (away) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Wednesday 28th July – Darlaston (away) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Saturday 31st July – Leamington (home) – 3pm Kick Off
Tuesday 3rd August – Hereford FC (home) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Tuesday 3rd August – Shifnal Town (away) – 7.45pm Kick Off
Saturday 7th August – Oxford City (home) – 3pm Kick Off
Tickets for Home friendly fixtures will go on sale soon, via our online ticket sales, and all away games will be advertised asap for ticket availability, and where to get yours from.
We cannot wait to see you all back, to make some noise, as we prepare for what are sure will be an epic season. Follow us on the whole journey, whilst we enter pre-season.
Also don’t forget that tickets for the Balls for Cancer Celebrity Football match will be the next game at Keys Park on the 26th June ’21. With Tickets starting from £6 each from their webpage https://ballstocancer.net/btc-pro-celebrity-football-match.
& our celebratory concert Party at the Park (where all profits will be immediately reinvested into the club) held on the 10th July ’21, and tickets available from £9 each for a full day stadium concert. Tickets available from https://www.hednesfordtownfc.com/events/party-at-the-park-live-music-event
A general update also, Player Sponsorship will be available soon, via the website. Sponsorship around the ground is also still available. Season Tickets will be released very soon & a donation page will be made available soon also for anyone who wishes to support the club from the recent world events and the lack of fans allowed into the club to keep it sustainable.