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Woods lose at Marlow

The Woods slipped to a narrow Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central defeat away to Marlow this afternoon.

The Buckinghamshire side took a second minute lead through Anaclet Odhiambo, and they held their lead until the break. Myles Stephenson came off the subs bench to crash home Northwood's equaliser on 71 minutes, only for Odhiambo to net again seven minutes later - and that goal was enough to earn the points for the home side by a 2-1 margin. The match report and photos will be online later.

Woods' Under 21s crashed to a 2-6 defeat at the hands of Bracknell Town Under 21s at Chestnut Avenue in a Suburban League fixture.

27 August 2016 




Order the next matchday programme today

This season for the first time, the Woods are making the matchday programme available as a PDF at a lower cost than the printed version. It is exactly the same, but costs less!

Digital programmes can be purchased individually for £1.25 or you could subscribe for the full season at a cost of just £27.00 - back issues will be forwarded to you. The digital programmes will normally be emailed to you at least 24 hours before matchday. In fact, if you order the issue for Bank Holiday Monday's fixture against Potters Bar now, you can read it today! Click here to order.

We will continue to make postal sales of printed programmes available whilst stocks last – the issue for the game against Potters Bar is available here. Or you can order a pack of assorted issues from last season here.

25 August 2016 




Northwood crash out of FA Cup

Northwood's Emirates FA Cup hopes for the season came and went within the space of 90 minutes today. The Woods made the short trip to Watford to play Sun Sports in a Preliminary Round tie, but crashed out of the competition at their first hurdle.

A goal in each half was enough the give the Spartan South Midlands League outfit a deserved 2-0 victory, and they will now play at home to Hayes & Yeading of the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division in two weeks' time. The match report is here.

Woods' Under 21 side beat Hartley Wintney 5-1 in the Suburban League at Chestnut Avenue, the goals being scored by Michael Elderfield, Christian Simion, Luke Jones, Mohamed Sghaier and Abdi Mohamed. Match details are here.

20 August 2016 




Late goals cost Woods dearly

Two goals in the final few minutes cost Northwood dearly in this evening's Evo-Stik League Division One Central clash with Aylesbury at Northwood Park.

Most of the game was fairly even, with end-to-end action as both sides sought the victory. Two substitutes netted for Aylesbury; Elijah Bada on 88 minutes, then three minutes into stoppage time, Jonathan Montgomery rolled the ball into an empty goal from fully 45 yards. The match report is here.

The matchday programme can still be purchased online, priced at £2.50, or the digital edition is available priced at £1.25; both can be ordered here.

16 August 2016 




Matchday programme goes digital

With sales of our matchday programmes continuing to fall, the club will be printing less for each match this season. However, we are, for the first time, making the full programme available to download as a PDF at a lower cost. Not only is this more eco-friendly, they can be stored electronically as well so won’t take up any room in your loft! Plus you can magnify the font type as well if your eyesight is failing!

They can be purchased individually for £1.25 or you could subscribe for the full season at a cost of just £27.00 and always be able to access the club’s programmes. The digital programmes will normally be emailed to you at least 24 hours before matchday – so you can read it first! Click here to order.

We will continue to make postal sales of printed programmes available whilst stocks last – the ssue for tomorrow's game against Aylesbury is available here. Or you can order a pack of assorted issues from last season here.

15 August 2016 




Northwood earn first win at Bedford

The Woods chalked up their first Evo-Stik Southern League victory of the season this afternoon, when a first half Louis Stead goal won the points at Bedford Town in a Division One Central fixture.

The Northwood midfielder steered the ball home after 29 minutes, and that strike proved to be the match winner - although Stead went so close again soon after, whilst Ryan Debattista also had a great chance to extend the lead. The match report is here.

Woods' new Under 21 side drew 2-2 at home to Godalming Town in their opening Suburban League fixture, having led by two goals shortly before the interval.

13 August 2016 




Woods take a point at Egham

Northwood gave a battling performance this evening as they took a point from a 1-1 draw away at Egham Town in an Evo-Stik Southern League fixture.

Manager Mark Burgess named an unchanged starting team from that which suffered Saturday's disappointing opening day reverse, and it was the player-boss himself who earned his side a draw when he levelled for the Woods with a header from a corner with ten minutes left.

Former Northwood striker Chris Moore had given the home side the lead, also following a flag kick, nine minutes earlier. The full match report is here.

Northwood will travel to Sun Sports in the Preliminary Round of the FA Cup on Saturday week after the Spartan South Midlands League outfit defeated London Tigers 2-0 in a replay this evening.

9 August 2016 




Ashford take the points as season gets underway

The Woods had a difficult start to the new Evo-Stik Southern League season this afternoon, as newly-promoted Ashford Town collected all three points from the Central Division fixture at Northwood Park as they ran out 3-1 winners.

Northwood boss Mark Burgess has seen most of last season's Middlesex Cup-winning squad move on, and there were six debutants in his starting line-up - with three more new faces on the bench. Play was fairly even until Dan Fleming gave the visitors a 23rd minute lead and eleven minutes later Mark Bidmead converted a penalty to increase their lead.

On the stroke of half time Mark Burgess pulled a goal back after James Budden knocked the ball across goal, but a 55th minute long-range effort that beat keeper Thomas Spenser at his near post wrapped up the points for Ashford. The match report and photos are here.

6 August 2016 




Sponsor your favourite Woods player!!

Here's your chance to sponsor a Northwood layer for the 2016/17 season! With the new Evo-Stik Southern League campaign getting underway this Saturday, this really is the ideal time to back your favourite player!

For a donation of just £60 for the season, your sponsorship will be recognised both on the website and in every edition of the Matchday Programme.

To see which players are available for sponsorship, check out the squad page here, where you can also find profiles of the season's new-look squad. To "reserve" your sponsorship, please email us here or contact Alan Evans or any other committee member. Please make your donation as soon as possible, either as a "gift" via PayPal to enquiries@northwoodfc.com, or by cheque/cash. Thanks for your support!!

4 August 2016 




All change for the Woods

The new Evo-Stik season gets underway this Saturday, and Woods manager Mark Burgess has had his work cut out to rebuild his squad, following the departure of no less than eight of our usual starting line-up from last term, all of whom are currently trying their luck at Step 3. Steve Brown, Andy Lomas, George Nicholas and Max Holland have joined Harrow Borough, Berkley Laurencin and Niko Muir are at Hendon, Rob Hastings has joined Wingate & Finchley, Joakim Ehui has been training with Hayes & Yeading while Bayley Brown is currently playing for Staines Town.

Additionally, Mark’s assistant Simon Huggett has had to take a step back from things due to work and family responsibilities, so Burgo has brought in brothers Paul and Mark Faulkner to assist him this season. Paul was previously Manager at Leverstock Green and Welwyn Garden City while Mark has been a coach with Harrow Borough and QPR in the past. We welcome them to the club and hope they enjoy the season while also thanking Simon for his work over the past few years.

3 August 2016



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