Welsh Cup: Hotspur 1 v 3 Bala: Battling Hotspur take Bala all the way Campbell Harrisons’ men did the town and Huws Gray Alliance league proud with a battling performance against Welsh Premier high flyers Bala Town in a Welsh Cup fourth round tie played at times in horrendous conditions.  With the visitors enjoying the difficult conditions in their favour in the first half Bala restricted their Holyhead hosts to barely a solitary effort on goal while they themselves dominated proceedings against a resolute home defence before taking the lead a minute before the half hour via a very well executed free kick by Nathan Burke.  Read the Full Story
Conwy Borough 1 v 1 Hotspur: Ten men deny Hotspur With the keenly awaited Welsh Cup encounter against Welsh Premier Bala Town coming up this Saturday, Holyhead Hotspur Manager Campbell Harrison looking for a confidence booster ahead of the tie was not a happy man with his team’s second half display against hosts Conwy Borough who had been reduced to ten men a few minutes before the break and will have to show a marked improvement if they are to test the Maes Tegid side.  Read the Full Story
Prestatyn 2 v 0 Hotspur: Prestatyn double sinks Spurs     Two goals one in each half were enough to see the Seasider hosts close the gap at the top of the Huws Gray Alliance while Hotspur’s defeat drops them one place to tenth.   A poor goal to concede after 17 minutes from the visitor’s point of view saw a misunderstanding by keeper Carl Jones and central defender Dewi Thomas who let in home striker Jack Kenny to take full advantage and would see Campbell Harrison’s team never really recover from the setback.  Read the Full Story
image Welsh Cup: Hotspur 1 v 3 Bala: Battling Hotspur take Bala all the way
image Conwy Borough 1 v 1 Hotspur: Ten men deny Hotspur
image Prestatyn 2 v 0 Hotspur: Prestatyn double sinks Spurs

Latest result

Saturday 06 February 2016
Welsh Cup
Holyhead Hotspur 1
Bala Town 3

Next fixture

Saturday 13 February 2016
Cymru Alliance League
Cefn Druids v Holyhead Hotspur
AWAY:
Kick-off: 14:30

Holyhead Hotspur Football Club

Holyhead Hotspur FC is one of the most progressive football clubs in Anglesey and North Wales.

The first team plays in the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance League at the New Stadium, which was opened in a ceremony on 28 July 2007 with a friendly match played against a Wolves XI.

The New Stadium

The New Stadium is situated opposite Holyhead Leisure Centre.
There is an excellent clubhouse at the ground where you can enjoy pre- or post-match food, drink and refreshments.
For directions to the ground and a Google map please follow this link