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We are very proud of our achievements at Hale Leys United Football club since 2006 and continue to work hard with the many volunteers at the club to ensure that the success continues into the future.
We as a club want to continue to develop the young football players of Aylesbury and the Vale to ensure that they enjoy their football and get all that they can out of the beautiful game.
If you are interested in volunteering with Hale Leys United, please contact us.
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History of Hale Leys United F.C So where did it all begin?
In 2006 John Watson formed Hale Leys United F.C to play in a local Tuesday evening 5-a-side football league, played under floodlights at a local astro-turf pitch and I know he seriously had one thing on his mind, winning! I remember attending these games in good and bad weather, watching Hale Leys beat teams by anything up to 15 goals in the 30 minute game time. Three years on the trot, they won the league and cup, with ease I might add, which gave John the inspiration to expand his success and form Hale Leys United into a full 11-a-side football team with the initial support of chairman Roger Simmons. They played in the Aylesbury & District League Division 1 and within the first year, the team won the league and it was clear to see that John had the drive and leadership to succeed in his new found role as owner/manager of Hale Leys United FC.
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Come see us Our location
All training and home matches for all of our teams are held at Mandeville School, please check the relevant age group for further information.
The Mandeville School are able to offer us a clean environment with toilet facilities.
Ellen Road, Aylesbury, HP21 8ES.
Our sponsors and donations we thank you
The operational costs for running any youth football team are considerable, and as such sponsorship is key to the club’s survival. The generosity of our friends, volunteers and sponsors is never undervalued regardless of the size or type of contribution made.
Hale Leys shopping centre is Aylesbury’s Original shopping centre and is conveniently located in the heart of Aylesbury’s town centre boasting a welcoming safe shopping environment.
Princess Diana opened Hale Leys Shopping Centre on March 2 1983 , and thousands of people lined her route from the precinct to the Civic Centre despite the rainy weather.
Among the crowds were some 200 children from South court First School. Headmistress Bernice Chilton praised their good behaviour.
The Vanity Project is based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. We also cover the surrounding areas to provide you with a tailor made aesthetic service to meet your needs and wishes.
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