First Team
Isthmian League South East Division Sat 17 February The Home Call Carpets Community Stadium
Burgess Hill Town
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Hythe Town

This Saturday (17th) the Hillians welcome Hythe Town to the HomeCall Carpets Community Stadium in the League – 3pm kick off in a match sponsored by LRG Group.

Despite all the recent rain the pitch has drained well and we look set to return to action with the pitch currently in excellent condition so we are very confident we will be on.

There’s plenty going on on the day as we welcome a lot of old faces back to the Club as we host our annual ex-players day once again organised by former player and general manager of BHTFC, Richard Strange.

After the match the clubhouse will be showing the Manchester City v Chelsea fixture on the many big screens so stick around and enjoy a second fix of football for the afternoon. 

We are pleased to also announce that on matchdays, behind the bar, we will also have hot food available with a selection of pies and sausage rolls available to purchase.

Don’t forget to pick up your copy of the matchday programme which includes:

  • An update from Manager Gary Mansell
  • We hear from Chairman Vince Alfieri
  • The Big Interview with Owen Spicer
  • A player profile from Marcel Powell
  • Colin Bowman profiles Gayle Stephenson with all she does for the Club
  • The latest reports from the matches against Horndean & Sittingbourne
  • Action pics by Chris Neal
  • News from around the Club
  • A look at our visitors Hythe Town
  • Isthmian Reviews and the latest on the Sussex Non League scene
  • We look back at a classic game against Hythe
  • Plus the usual statistics, U18’s and Juniors updates, Tim’s half time teasers and more!

At the game there will be volunteers from Chailey Heritage at the game with charity tins so please give if you can. Chailey Heritage Foundation is one of the UK’s leading centres for children and young people with complex disabilities and health needs. Most of the young people have cerebral palsy, and many have visual impairment and dual sensory impairments. All are wheelchair users and very few can communicate verbally. Our mission is to give disabled children and young people every opportunity to pursue their fullest potential. We have to fundraise for the specialist equipment and activities which make Chailey Heritage such a special place.