Match Report: Caernarfon v Hotspur CARL AND HOTSPUR FRUSTRATE CANARIES - Holyhead Hotspur denied three points that the hosts were desperate to obtain so as to keep in touch with league leaders Llandudno at the Oval. In a match played in a highly competitive spirit as one would expect from such old rivals, Campbell Harrison’s team frustrated the cofis with some terrific and at times heroic defending at the back while always looking capable themselves of producing something at the other end of the pitch. Read the Full Story
Match Report: Llandudno v Hotspur HOTSPUR COMPETE WELL BUT SELF-DESTRUCT AGAIN - The scoreline looks emphatic enough, however it does not tell the whole story! Holyhead were well in the game at 2-1 down just after the break Tom Dix putting the hosts ahead on 20 but Kenleigh Owen levelled for Hotspur a few minutes later, only for Lee Thomas to put Tudno in front again on 38. Read the Full Story
Match Report: Hotspur v Rhayader SERIOUS INJURY TAKES GLOSS OFF WIN! - An 89 minute very serious leg injury to Martin McClymont which was later diagnosed as a double fracture took the gloss off Holyhead Hotspur’s single goal victory at the New Stadium.  Looking to seal three points against a dogged mid-Wales outfit Rhayader Town Hotspur saw a free kick fumbled by visiting keeper Luke Evans and when McClymont went for the rebound the big custodian fell inadvertently awkwardly on the Holyhead player as they tangled who took the total impact.  Read the Full Story
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image Match Report: Llandudno v Hotspur
image Match Report: Hotspur v Rhayader

Latest result

Saturday 24 January 2015
Cymru Alliance League
Caernarfon Town 0
Holyhead Hotspur 0

Next fixture

Saturday 31 January 2015
Cymru Alliance League
Llandrindod Wells 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