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The gentleman's game. It has long been said that football is the gentleman's game.This is being shown on Saturday and Sunday as the FAW is joining other FA's worldwide to ask all clubs to have a minute's silence in light of the recent plane tragedy in Colombia. At times like this, the whole footballing world comes together.
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This weeks Lotto 27 November 2016 This week's lotto numbers are in click below to see if you are a winner. Read the Full Story
Hotspur pay the penalty! Lowly Holyhead Hotspur continued their recent poor run of league results going down to a 90 + 2 minute spot kick, conceded when keeper Paul Pritchard raced from his goal to bring down Alister Gibson who was breaking into a dangerous position. Jack Chaloner converted from the spot to give the Clappers Lane outfit their second away success in a week after their win at Porthmadog by the same   1 – 2 score line the previous Saturday. Read the Full Story
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Latest result

Saturday 03 December 2016
Welsh Cup
Prestatyn Town 2
Holyhead Hotspur 1

Next fixture

Saturday 10 December 2016
Cymru Alliance League
Penrhyncoch v Holyhead Hotspur
AWAY:
Kick-off: 14:00

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