IT was back to action for Hillingdon Borough FC on and off the field in January.

The first team got 2024 underway as they welcomed league leaders Amersham Town to the Middlesex Stadium and, despite an impressive first half, we ended up losing 5-0.

Only four days later too, they were away to Langley, who are also pushing for promotion and lost 3-0.

For their final game of the month, they welcome Yateley United before this busy February schedule:
Saturday, 3rd ,Rising Ballers Kensington (away)
Tuesday, 6th, Westside (away), 7.30pm
Saturday, 10th, Bedfont FC
Tuesday, 13th, London Colney, 7.45pm
Saturday, 17th, Woodley United (away)
Tuesday, 20th, FC Deportivo Galicia, 7.45pm
Saturday, 24th, Bagshot (away)
Tuesday, 27th, Eversley and California (away), 7.30pm.

For home games, admission is adults £7,concessions £4. Cash only on the turnstiles. All games 3pm unless notified

Ali Abdulkadir has been busy off the field this month with the following transfers:

Starting with the goalkeeping position, two signings were made to replace the injured Zak Green, with Raekwon Burrell and Ben Gamage joining the squad. In attack, they have re-signed Darrell Edgar-Phillips who played with them last year and is dual-signed with Rayners Lane U18s. Other newcomers are Telmo Lima, a idmfielder, along with Joseph Obasa in defence.

Four players have recently left the Boro squad, Joshua Owusu-Sekere, Milan McQueen, Calvin Moses and Nuno Costa Rios.

Volunteers are the lifeblood of Non-league football and the club are fortunate to have an excellent group. However, it is looking to strengthen its volunteer base on matchdays for jobs such as such as  car park attendants stewards and turnstile operators.

If you are interested, email 

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