Back to back games never seem to work out and maybe for that reason some fans aren’t keen. 

I was absent at last week's game at Buckie but by all accounts, maybe we were fortunate to get a draw. …

Read more: McKay: "we go into this week's game with a bit of confidence"

Huntly FC Supporters Club was set up many years back with an aim to support Huntly Football Club to increase attendance at matches both home and away and to give financial support whenever it can. It aims to work closely with the Football Club and the Social Club in fund raising events to get the best investment on the park and has over the years sponsored players, taken advertising boards, made donations to the Football Club and ran buses to away matches. Last year, following a disappointing year or so, the Supporters Club together with the Football Club launched a list of benefits for members in an effort to increase members. We continue to look for new members and to get those who have been members in the past to re-join and to re-energise the support given to the Football Club.

Buses are run to away matches with a current exception to locations of Wick, Brora and Fort William Buses to these locations would depend on the number of supporters willing to travel on the bus but where the numbers are low free travel may be available on the official Team Bus. The Supporters’ bus aims to get to the away location about 45 minutes prior to kick off and leaves for home immediately after the match. The cost is £10. 

We continue to look for sponsors and benefits and, as said, we are looking for new members. Regardless of the whether you are likely to use any of the benefits it would be great if you could think about number 10. It has been some time since our heyday and with all the money going into some of the other clubs it will not be easy to reach the same peaks. However we can have a good go at it so if you are not a current member and share the aims please join us either as a member or a sponsor.  The subscription is £20. Contact James McKay at

Membership Benefits

  1. 10% discount on Huntly FC season ticket sales.
  2.  10% discount on all Huntly FC merchandise.
  3.  10% discount on all purchases at the pie hut at Christie Park.
  4.  10% discount on all tickets to Huntly Live events.
  5.  Discounted bus travel to all HFC away games.
  6.  Free bus travel to one away game per season at either Brora, Wick or Fort William travelling on Team bus, subject to availability.
  7.  An exclusive Q & A with team management.
  8.  A quarterly newsletter with info and exclusive interviews.
  9.  10% discount from Huntly Chip Shop
  10.  AND MOST IMPORTANTLY……….be an official supporter of the best club in the Highland League!!!!!

Speaking on the new benefits package, Huntly FC Chairman George Clark said: “ I am delighted to announce the updated benefits package available for being a member of the Huntly supporters club. The club is driving forward its new initiatives for increasing membership and offering members the best available benefits package. I am of course a member myself and am particularly delighted to note the discounts at the pie hut and Huntly Chip Shop!!.

The football club is working closely with the supporters club to benefit both organisations and I am always delighted to see the extent of our support home or away, and I know the Managers and Players get a real boost when our support is in full voice.

Please join up today and help to support the Black and Golds."

Read more: Huntly FC Supporters Club - new membership benefits

A belated happy new year to you and yours.

It seems a while ago since our last game at the Broch and it was one to forget. We matched them until the first sending off, and then it was only going to go one way. I'm really looking forward to watching Sky Sports next Saturday to see the league represented when Fraserburgh host Rangers.…

Read more: Our visitors have had a mix of results

It’s been a couple of weeks since our last home game. Listening to the draw to see Banks O’ Dee get Selkirk, should hammer home what a chance we had to progress in the national cup competition BUT we did come up against arguably the best junior team in the area. In complete contrast we were idle the week before due to the horrible news coming from Nairn County. We all love our football but these tragic events really just sum it up, that it’s just a game. 

Turriff United at home was interesting.........The once big spenders, humbled by a team who showed passion and desire so missing from the previous week. …

Read more: "tragic events really just sum it up, that it’s just a game"

Huntly FC supporters club held its AGM last Sunday in the HFC supporters club with a large turnout following an article in the Huntly Express where the Chairman George Clark, called on supporters to support the organisation.

At the meeting, supporters club Chairman James MacKay, outlined the clubs current position and highlighted that it could not continue to operate with the losses being sustained and that they wished to try and attract new members by offering a new benefits package to members. He stressed the package was just the beginning with the hope that further benefits should be added going forward.…

Read more: Supporters Club Relaunch: New membership package available

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