Hunslet Club Football: A Seasons’ Success Round Up

As the Hunslet Club finishes the 2012/13 Football Season it’s time to sum up the highlights of it’s achievements this year, which once again have been fantastic.

The Football For Tots sessions on Wednesdays & Thursdays have been thriving with our stars of the future enjoying their first taste of the game, well done to them. Newcomers are always welcome.

Juniors Football

In the Garforth Junior League

The U9 2 team are Division B runners up (promoted to Division A)

The U11 11v11’s are Division 2 winners (promoted to Division 1) and only lost one league game all season.

The U14’s are Division 2 winners (promoted to Division 1) unbeaten in the league all season and runners up in the Leeds & District Cup Final

The U14 second team are Division 4 runners up (promoted to Division 3)

The U15’s are Division 2a runners up (promoted to Division 1) Runners up in the GFL Supplementary Cup final.

Every player in every team worked hard all season, enjoyed their game and represented the Hunslet Club with great pride.

In the Open Age West Yorkshire League

Our Senior 1st Team are Division 1 Champions (promoted to the Premier Division)

Open Age Division 1 Champions

The Senior Reserves are the Alliance Division 2 Champions (promoted to Alliance Division 1) and were finalists in the West Yorkshire League Trophy Final

Reserves League Champions Trophy Award


Our Junior Players enjoyed a Presentation Afternoon on Sunday 19th May. The club was packed out and every player received a medal. Champions one and all!

Football Presentations Juniors May 2013


The Senior Teams will have their presentations on June 23rd.

Congratulations to all of our footballers, the club is proud of each and every one of you. We must offer a very special thanks to all the staff, volunteers and parents who make enjoyable football in a friendly, community setting possible, without them none of this could happen so we are very grateful indeed for all of their hard work. It is their dedication that saw up pick up the Leeds Sports Award for most Outstanding Community Sports Club for 2013 at a glittering ceremony at Elland Road in March.

Leeds Sports Awards Logo

So that was the 2012/13 season that was, onwards and upwards for 2013/14. How will our teams do next year? Will Sir Alex Ferguson come out of retirement for a final season of assisting our junior teams?! More feasibly, could you join our super star crew of volunteers at the club helping even more children and young people reach their full potential? Please get in touch if you could, you’d be very welcome.

We very much welcome new footballers to join this successful club. Further information and our training timetable is here.