Kings Hill Football Club gearing up for new season
After a very successful last season, Kings Hill Football Club is looking forward to even greater success in 2012/13, thanks to the support of Kings Hill developer Liberty Property Trust UK Ltd.
Liberty will be sponsoring the Club’s Under 12’s FC team, funding their away kit and helping towards the cost of their mid-week training.
“This is the Club’s 10th anniversary and since it was founded we have certainly seen some growth,” said Chairman Dan Mason. “This season we have over 60 volunteers covering 22 teams, made up of 300+ boys, girls and men who are committed to playing for, and representing, the community at Kings Hill.
“Last season was exceptional in terms of success for us and we are producing more winners of cups and league champions every year, throughout all age groups. More importantly we remaincommitted to the development and enjoyment of the game for all the boys andgirls in the local and surrounding community.
“We are delighted that Liberty is sponsoring one of our teams again.”
Andrew Blevins, Liberty’s managing director said: “We like to support as many community groups from Kings Hill as possible. The Kings Hill Football Club is a tremendous success, building itself up into such a popular club, and we aredelighted to be one of its sponsors again this year.
“It is great that so many people at Kings Hill are willing to devote their spare time to providing sports activities for the children.”
Last season, Liberty sponsored the Under 11’s FC, helping the team with all new home kit, a season long booking of a 3G all-weather training facility and training sessions with Soccer Elite Football Academy. It will continue its support as the team becomes the Under 12’s FC.
Kings Hill Football Club also has a Vets team and for the first time, in season 2012/13, will have an Adult Men’s team. For more information, please visit www.kingshillfc.org
Work is progressing well on the construction of the new sports facilities, with five grass pitches nearing completion and it is anticipated that works will starts on the sports pavilion and artificial grass pitch before the end of the year.
The Heath Farm amenities – which include allotments - have been gifted to the community by Liberty and Kent County Council and will be run by the Parish Council.