Season Tickets 2021/22
Our season tickets for the 2021/22 season are now available for purchase by clicking on this link or going to our online shop.
A full adult season ticket at the World's Oldest Football Ground is only £75. Concessions, under 18 and students season tickest are only £45.
Following the Covid events of the 20/21 season, Hallam FC have offered everyone who purchased a season ticket for last years campaign a free ticket for this season. We will be in contact with those ticket holders to make those arrangements.
Worksop Town FC 2 – 2 Hallam FC
For the first time in five months, football was back for the Countrymen and the Hallam faithful who made the short trip down to Worksop Town FC for the first pre-season friendly.
The match began with instant action when, in the first minute, Worksop were awarded a penalty. But 'keeper Sam Andrew was equal to it, saving the penalty and keeping the scoreline level, with high praise coming from the Hallam faithful. Andrew continued to play out of his skin, making a number of fine saves throughout the first half, with Hallam able to withstand the early pressure from the Tigers.
Football is back!! and even better So are the Fans!!
Hallam FC are happy to announce a number of pre-season friendly's to wet the cockles for the new season.
Under current Covid rules fans are aloud to attend these matches but we would recommend keeping an eye on the rules as they could be subject to change. "Currently" stadiums are permitted to open and give access to 50% of their capacity - for Sandygate that equates 500 fans to watch a match.
The current pre-season fixture list:
Worksop Town - (Away) 21st May 7:30pm
Hemsworth MWCFC - (Away) 6th July 7:30pm
Wakefield AFC - (Away) 10th July 2:00pm
Kiveton - (Away) 14th July 7:30pm
Sheffield UTD XI - (Home) 20th July 7:30pm
Long Eaton United - (Away) 24th July 1:00pm
Sheffield FC - (Home) 27th July 7:30
So, we can't yet offer you football to watch but now all this Covid stuff is entering injury time we can invite you to come and enjoy a drink at the World's Oldest Football Ground come Beer Garden.
Friday 3pm to 11pm
Saturday 12 noon to 11pm
Sunday 12 noon to 6pm
Under the Covid guidelines you must be sat at a table whilst drinking and must observe and maintain Social Distancing guidelines.
Firstly, I just want to say a big thank you to the chairman for retaining myself and the rest of the coaching staff for the next season. It’s been a pleasure to manage Hallam FC, albeit through a difficult period, and I can’t wait to get back to normal and get a full season completed, push ourselves as far as we can, and compete at the top end of the table.
Ever since last summer when I came on board, the fans have been absolutely fantastic. Their vocal and financial support has been second to none and I personally can’t wait to get as many people in once restrictions have been lifted. Hopefully, we can play some entertaining football and pick the wins up along the way.
Hallam FC 3 - 2 Brigg Town
For the last time before Christmas, the Hallam faithful were welcomed back to Sandygate, with the Covid-restricted ticket allocation selling out in a remarkable two minutes and four seconds! The visitors were Brigg Town FC for this Northern Counties East League Division One match.
The first half got underway with instant end-to-end action, and both 'keepers played out of their skins, producing a series of outstanding saves. As the first half neared its end, it seemed the goalkeeping heroics would maintain the stalemate, until the 45th minute when Brigg were awarded a penalty. Jack Bowskin converted, meaning that at half-time the Zebras' late penalty was the only difference between the two teams.
Hallam FC 3 - 1 Parkgate
HT - 0-1
Att - 300
On another decidedly autumnal day at Sandygate, Hallam FC were the hosts of this second qualifying round of the FA Vase, with league rivals Parkgate the visitors. All 300 tickets for the match sold out in less than 24 hours, meaning that once again there was another impressive display of supporters.
The game got off to a lively start, with Hallam creating a good goal-scoring opportunity within the first minute. The Countrymen continued to have a strong first half, with only the final touch missing in order to convert chances into goals. Yet, in the 21st minute, it was Parkgate who struck first. A rebound off the Hallam 'keeper, David Reay, saw the ball fall to the feet of Frederick Tracey, who slotted it into the back of the net. As the half-time whistle blew the Steelmen were leading one nil, but there was still plenty of football left in this FA Vase tie, and all to play for.