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By Haddenham Webteam - 5th October 2016 3:00pm
Haddenham United is a local, adult football club founded in 1910. We play our matches on Saturdays in the Aylesbury and District League. Home games are played at Woodways in Haddenham.
The First Team play in the Premier Division and Reserves Team play in Division 1.
The club is currently recruiting new players to strengthen its existing squad and play.
Training is held at Woodways on Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm.
Club officials are also looking for people to join the club to help the managers and teams on match days. If you can spare some time on a regular basis, please get in touch.
In addition the club is seeking people who are regularly available to be assistant referees (to run the line). The club is willing to pay for this role.
If you are interested in any of the above, please contact Club Secretary Rachael Bamford by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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