Next game: Hartley Wintney vs Farnborough

BetVictor Southern Premier South
Tuesday 3 March 2020
Kick-Off 7:30pm

Match Officials

Referee: Michael Smith (West Drayton)
Assistant Referee’s: Nathan Briggs (Northolt) and Stephen Matthews (Redhill).

Venue address

Hartley Wintney Football Club, The Memorial Playing Fields, Green Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, RG27 8DL.

Directions to The Memorial Playing Fields (courtesy of www.hartleyfc.com)

By road

Via M3, London
Exit at J4A (Minley) and follow signs to Yateley/A30. Turn left at A30 roundabout and continue until Hartley Wintney. At mini roundabout in the village turn left onto A323 (Fleet), then first right at the Church (Green Lane). In quarter mile turn right into Hartley Wintney FC & Greenfields School car park (second access road – first one you’ll come to is the exit).

Via M3, Southampton
Exit at J5 and follow signs to Hook (A30). Turn right onto A30 at roundabout and continue until Hartley Wintney. At mini roundabout in the village turn right onto A323 (Fleet), then first right at the Church (Green Lane). In quarter mile turn right into Hartley Wintney FC & Greenfields School car park (second access road – first one you’ll come to is the exit).

Via A30
On entering Hartley Wintney via the A30, take the turn at the mini roundabout signposted A323 Fleet. Take the 1st right turn, Green Lane, which has St John’s Church on the corner. Continue down Green Lane for about 800 metres and turn right into the car park at the second entry slip road (the parking area operates a one-way system and the first slip road you’ll pass is the exit). This car park has a shared access with Greenfields School.

Admission prices

  • Adult £10
  • Concession (65+/U18/Students/Disabled & Carers/Forces) £7
  • Under 16 £2
  • Under 12 FREE.

The Memorial Playing Fields (courtesy of www.hartleyfc.com)

The declared Ground capacity is 1,980 and we seat 250. There are five covered areas from which to watch the game, including two stands with seating, both with an area to accommodate wheelchairs. Dogs are welcomed into the Ground but must be kept on a lead and only Guide Dogs are allowed into the Clubhouse.

There is a well-equipped, licensed clubhouse and an exterior food vendor offering hot and cold drinks and snacks on match days. There are toilet facilities both inside the Clubhouse and outside.

Games and results shown on Sky Sports and BT Sport are usually available on the big screen in the clubhouse, as well as on TV in the boardroom area.

Match Preview (by Tom Bowen)

Following the postponements for each Club last Saturday afternoon, Farnborough travel to a derby match on Tuesday evening with Hartley Wintney.

Farnborough are just one place above their opposition, but the positions in the table could be reversed with a win for the home side, who haven’t lost at home since the start of December.

In addition to this, Farnborough will be trying to seek victory having lost their last three away games.

Top Scorers

Hartley Wintney – Mitchell Parker (5 goals)
Farnborough – Andrew Sealey-Harris (11 goals)

Previous meetings

Farnborough 1-1 Hartley Wintney (26 December 2018)
Hartley Wintney 2-2 Farnborough (27 August 2018)
Farnborough 1-2 Hartley Wintney (29 November 2017)

Recent form

Farnborough
L 0-1 (Swindon Supermarine)
D 1-1 (Blackfield & Langley)
L 1-2 (Truro City)
W 2-0 (Beaconsfield Town)
L 0-2 (Merthyr Town)

Hartley Wintney
W 3-0 (Walton Casuals)
L 0-2 (Tiverton Town)
W 2-0 (Dorchester Town)
W 4-1 (Harrow Borough)
L 2-3 (Swindon Supermarine)

Match Day Programme

Download Hartley Wintney’s online Match Day Programme here.