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Bedfont & Feltham 1-1 Bagshot FC

Callum Deverill in action .

After  a great start to the match with an early goal from Callum Deverill The Yellows conceded in the 83rd minute sharing the points at The Orchard.

Fighting the "Beast from the East"

Yellows' manager Dan Huxley and the lads forfeited training on Thursday evening due to the snowy conditions.


Rather than just put their feet up, they headed into central London and handed out much-needed hot food and drinks and other essential items to some of the homeless.


Dan and his 'boys' gave up their expenses (which he also matched). He said "It's the boys that wanted to do it. We've got some good lads to be fair; we're getting right into it."


Amongst retweets and comments on Twitter, Producer and writer John Warrington and former Minder Gary Webster shared their thoughts.

Remembering lost friends

Twenty-nine years ago, on 1st March 1989 there was a tragic accident involving Feltham Football Club players. 


Travelling home after a home match versus Newbury Town, 5 players were involved in an horrific accident at the junction The Causeway and the A30 near Feltham. 


Alfie Lawrence, Kenneth Bookle and Winston Wright were fatally injured whilst Peter Hamilton and Tony Hurtault were seriously injured. A charity collection raised a large amount of money and the players had a plaque made which was put up in our clubhouse. Vice President John Cronk is the custodian of this plaque at present. It reads...


Dedicated in memory of




This plaque is presented by the players of Feltham FC in remembrance of Alfie Lawrence, Kenneth Bookle and Winston Wright who were so tragically killed in the accident of Wednesday 1st March 1989, and also to remember that Peter Hamilton and Tony Hurtault thankfully survived the same accident.


To Absent Friends.


R. I. P.



Five-A-Side Summer Tournament 2018


SUNDAY 20th MAY 2018



The Orchard, Hatton Road, Bedfont, Middlesex, TW14 9QT






Under 7’s & 8s (10.00am)


Under 9’s (13.00pm)


**All matches will be 5 a-side (max squad of 8 players)




For all age groups the competition will be run on a league basis with trophies for both set of finalists.

Contact Scott Savoy on 07539 219924 or by email


Kevin McGoldrick

Kevin McGoldrick - courtesy of the Slough Observer

We have learned of the sad passing of former Feltham FC Physiotherapist Kevin McGoldrick.


Kevin was with Feltham FC back in the 1980s prior to joining Slough Town where he stayed for over 32 years.


We send our condolences to Kevin's family and those at Slough Town at this sad time. Rest In Peace.


More on Slough Town's website.

Squad goes from strength to strength at The Orchard

In addition to returning players, we welcome Andre Smith from Westfield FC to Bedfont & Feltham FC.

Player update as we strengthen for 2018. Olowabi and Nicholas return from suspension, Vass returns from injury, Drewitt and Cowan set to make debuts, T.Smith and Scurfield return from spells out.

Under 10s & Under 11s Players Wanted

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