Good afternoon and welcome to our first game in a number of weeks following the postponement of the games against Deveronvale and Turriff.
It's a welcome return to action in terms of much needed match revenue, and also on the playing front where we really need to get the season back ontrack after a poor run of results.

Off the park we have a Fans Forum in the Social Club tomorrow at 2pm.
A good turn out would be appreciated as there are a number of key areas to be discussed.
It's also your chance to put questions to The Board and the Management…

Read more: A Welcome Return To Action

SFA License Update

Building work has now commenced to ensure the club reaches the SFA license requirements.

With the SFA License audit due this week, local building contractor John Florence has stepped in to ensure that the work gets under way.…

Read more: SFA License Update

Welcome to Christie Park and a Happy New Year to everyone involved with Huntly F.C. and the Highland Football League. Today's game against Formartine promises to be a really tough encounter, against a team who have now been installed by local bookmakers as favourites to win the league!
The last home game against Keith was played in wild conditions, and in the end it became a bit of a farce. It's remarkable how the pitch has recovered as it looked like a speedway track at the end of the game. Full credit must go to Peter, Sandy, and Ron who have done a great job with the park this year.

Off the park Willie Morrison, and Wilma Duffus have both recently resigned as Directors due to commitments outside of Huntly F.C. Our thanks are extended to them for the considerable time and efforts they have extended to the club during a difficult period.

We would also like to confirm that Murdo Maclean is to be appointed Health and Safety Director at the club. He has already made significant progress in updating our Health and Safety procedures ahead of our SFA licensing audit on January 10th.

On the fundraising front we will be confirming details shortly of two further events.

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Read more: Changes Off The Park, Upcoming Events In February/March

Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Christie Park. It's a minor miracle that the game is on after all the rain this week.

Let us extend a warm welcome to the players, officials, and supporters of Keith F.C.

This is the first of the double header festive derby with our neighbours, and it's a nice change from having Inverurie Locos ruin our Christmas every year!

It promises to be a very close game, and hopefully our finishing will be slightly more clinical than last week's odyssey at Clach.

Off the park we are now closing in on the completion of new toilets for spectators. The units were delivered this week and should be fitted out ready for installation in January. Willie Morrison is also overseeing the creation of a new first aid room under the main stand, and wheelchair access to the corporate sponsors lounge.

Read more: Improvements Off The Park

Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Christie Park for this afternoon's encounter with Lossiemouth.

 

It's been a disappointing few weeks in terms of results, and it's been one of those spells where the rub of the green has not been with us in terms of key decisions and missed chances.

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Read more: It's Been a disappointing few weeks

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