We are immensely proud to be fortunate enough to have secured a deal with Hatfield Town Chairman Chris Maloney to sponsor the Hatfield Towns first team kit for 2015 -2016 / 2016-2017 Seasons ( and we hope beyond). We wish the club under Kev Pearman and his management team a great Season. Not forgetting chairman Chris Maloney who has tirelessly and loyally dedicated so much time and effort to this great football club.

Brief History of Hatfield Town Football Club

The original Hatfield Town was an old well known club that played at Stonecross Road in the older part of Harfield and close to the Birchwood estate.

The land was originally leased to the club for a peppercorn rent by Lord Salibury’s estate.

Hatfield Town played in the Metropolitan League for many years as a semi professional club playing against the third teams of many of London’s professional teams. They also took part, as part of the Metropolitan League in the first FIFA initiative on the offside rule.

They became members of the South Midlands League and winning it by going through a season unbeaten.

When the lease expired at Stonecross Road the club were forced to relocate at the other end of town on a newly developed site without any council assistance. The club played in the South Midlands league for a number of seasons before the long running financial constraints over took the club.

Following a successful campaign Herts County League Premier Division finishing the top of the table of 2007–08 season they were promoted to Division One of the Spartan South Midlands League for the 2008–09 season.[1] A third-place finish saw them promoted for a second successive year, to the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.

In the 2010–11 season the club moved to Gosling Sports Park in Welwyn Garden City.

Hatfield Town Chairman Chris Maloney being presented with 2015/2016 season shirt by Luke Warren


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