CHAIRMAN Mr Terry Lattimore
CLUB HOUSE MANAGER Mrs Rachael Thompson
Management Team
Club Honors
2004/5 U10 Hayes & District Sunday Youth League U11 Premier Division Winners
2005/6 U10's Hayes & District Sunday Youth league Division 3 Winners
2005/6 Hayes & District Sunday Youth League U11's Sportsman of the Year Trophy Winners
2005/6 Slough Soccer Combination U12's Division 1 Winners
2005/6 Slough U12's League Cup Winners
2005/6 John Stockwell Memorial Trophy U12's Winners
2005/6 Slough & Windsor U12's Open Challenge Trophy Runners Up
2005/6 Burnham Cup U12's Runners Up
2007/8 Hayes & District Sunday Youth League U12's Division 2 Runners Up
2007/8 Hayes & District Sunday Youth League U13's Division 1 Winners
2007/8 Hayes & District Sunday Youth League U13's Sportsman of the Year Trophy Winners
2007/8 Slough Soccer Combination U16 Division 2 Winners
2007/8 Slough Soccer Combination U17 League Cup Runners Up
2008/9 Harrow Youth League U15's Division 1 Champions
2008/9 Southern Counties Youth Floodlit League Nemean Division Runners Up
2009/10 Harrow Youth League U16 League Cup Winners
2009/10 Middlesex Cup U16 Semi Finalists
2011/12 U11A Premier League Champions
2011/12 U11A League Cup Winners
2012/13 U16 Division 4 Champions
2012/13 U12A - Premiership Champions
2013/14 Senior Reserve Team Premiership Champions
2013/14 Under17's League Champions
2014/15 Senior First Team Premiership Champions
History of the club
The club was founded in 1989 as Hillingdon Irish Saints FC by amongst others John Speed and played
from the Irish club in Royal Lane Hillingdon. After a few years the decision was taken to drop the word
'Irish' from the clubs name as it gave the perception that you had to be Irish to play for the club.

Hillingdon Saints FC built a reputation as a friendly Youth Football Club gradually growing from a four or
five teams to 16 teams. In the year 2000 the club held the first of what has proved to be the bench mark
for all summer 6-a-side tournaments at the old Hayes Manor School. The tournament was moved to the
Cranford Community college and was held over the second weekend of June each year.
The tournament is now held at the home of Hillingdon Youth Football, Pole Hill.   It is now an integral part
of the clubs fund raising efforts each year.
The club became aware that the players needed an option to continue playing football beyond 16 years of
age and Hillingdon Saints FC fielded a senior side for the first time during the 2006/7 season.

The team played its first season in the London Commercial League but elected to apply for entry to the
'Cherry Red' Middlesex County Football League as this put the club on the bottom tier of the official FA
football pyramid and at the same time asked the FA to be allowed to make one final change to the club's
name to Hillingdon FC.

The FA accepted that the club had grown to such a size that it now drew players from all over the
borough and therefore warranted the name change. Another successful season followed and Hillingdon
FC finished runners up in their division and had earned promotion to the Second Division of the 'Cherry
Red' Middlesex County League.

As the senior team was rapidly establishing a reputation as a progressive side the club saw the need for
a stepping stone between Sunday Youth Football and the rigorous of a first team debut so the club
applied for entry to, and were accepted into the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League at U18s, initially
playing football at the old Vikings ground in Greenford under floodlights on a Wednesday evening.

For the 2008/9 season the team relocated to Uxbridge to play our football at the newly built Hillingdon
Stadium in Gatting Way Uxbridge.
More changes to the club structure has seen us add a Reserve Team playing in the 'Cherry Red'
Middlesex County Reserve Football League and for the 2009/10 season a third senior side playing in the
London Commercial League. The club now has our own pitches, clubhouse/changing rooms and the
facility to take a young player from the first time he laces up his boots until the day he decides to hang
them up for good (and hopefully coach the next generation of 'Saints')
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