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Hearts of Teddlothian U15 Tigers - League Champions!
Our U15 Tigers team have won the East Berkshire Division 5 league winning all 20 of their games this season. This has been a stuning season for the U15 Tigers who have also notched an incredible 146 goals in winning the title. Coach Duncan McCreddie has been unavailable to comment - but his comments and team pictures will appear shortly. The Tigers won the title on 20-April when they went 3-0 down to 2nd placed Whitegrove Jets - but came back to win 4-3. A phenomenal achievement for the players and coaches.
Hearts of Teddlothian U11 Lions - League Champions!
The U11 Lions won the Epsom & Ewell Division 1 league on 13-April after what has been another great season for the team. The Lions won 9-1 at Stoneleight Athletic to put themselves out of reach of the chasing pack and means that they have now won back to back league titles for 3 years now - U9 (Tadworth Primary) and U10 (EEYFL Div 2). This was their first year playing 9v9 and their standard of football has been truly remarkable. The coaches have so far been too emotional to provide any commentary, but expect it soon! Well done boys - an excellent season!
Hearts of Teddlothian U11 Cheetahs - League Champions!
The U11 Chhetahs won the Epsom & Ewell Division 4 league on 27-April following a 3-2 win over Wolves from the chasing pack. Its been a fantastic time for the Cheetahs who have led the league for most of the year - having just had promotion as runners up last season. A hugely competitive league has gone all the way to the wire and the Cheetahs have needed to battle through some tough games agsinst great teams. This is a huge result for the Hearts U11 age group - coaches John Barker, Giles Malone and Terry Williams have worked so hard with the boys over the past few years - this is a great honour for them and a huge reward for the boys who have done incredibly well following last year's promotion.
Hearts of Teddlothian U9 Cheetahs - Cup Winners!
Our U9 Cheetahs team won the Epsom & Ewell Division 7 Cup Final on 20-April against runnaay league leaders Wolves. This is a remarkable achievement for the Cheetahs in their first year of competitive football and no mean feat considering that Wolves had won 15/19 league games this season - although the Cheetahs are their bogey team having beaten then 3-4 and drawn 2-2 this season. The boys (and coaches!) will undoubtedly grow in confidence following this great win and use it as a platform for next season. Special mention to Jat Mistry - he has done wonders with his Cheetans team this season. Lots of very proud Cheetah Mums and Dads!
Hearts of Teddlothian U9 Pumas - Cup Finalists!
The U9 Pumas came within a whisker of pulling off a tremendous cup upset when they played Woodmansterne Hyde on 20-April. Leading 1-0 at half time from a wonder goal, the team conceded two scrambled goals in the second half and just missed out on joining the Cheetahs in beating their respective league leaders. The boys were hugely disappointed - but with such a great spirited display, this will really drive them on for next season. Brendan Byrne and Mark Evans have been brilliant this season in coaching the team - they really deserved this but then ... there's always next season!
Founded in 2005 by a few parents from Sacred Heart Primary School, our club has today grown to over 400 players from U6 through to U18 and also has a coach's Veterans team.
We’re also extremely proud of the growth of our Girls Football teams who now account for 10% of the Club. We're also extremely proud to have been named as the Middlesex FA Charter Standard Club of 2012.
The club offers inclusive football for all regardless of ability and we pride ourselves on the community spirit of our player and parent base underpinned by nearly 100 volunteer parent coaches / helpers.
Hearts has players who attend a range of local schools including Sacred Heart, Stanley, Collis, St James', Newland House, Twickenham Prep and St Mary's & St Peter's schools. We offer morning training sessions and friendly matches with other local clubs and schools. Wel also provide midweek training sessions for many teams throughout the season.
Hearts teams play in a range of leagues, including Epsom & Ewell, East Berkshire, Surrey Girls and Middlesex County Football League. Check out the respective Team pages for details. In the main we play our football on Saturday mornings but do have a few Sunday teams.
Our Saturday training ground is at Twickenham Rugby Club (South Road in Hampton) where we use the great facilities and expansive grounds of the 11th oldest rugby club in the world. There are now 7 other ‘home’ venues for all the different teams and all are listed in the Locations page.
Hearts of Teddlothian FC has attained its FA Charter Standard status and we are affiliated to the Middlesex County FA (Youth affiliation number is KJU00361, Mens team is KJU00362).
Hearts of Teddlothian ... Nil Sine Magno Labore (nothing without great effort)