Hinton revolution fc

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Teams from under 7s through to under 18s

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Hinton Revolution Football Club was born out of Soccer Revolution in 2006.

Over the last 17 years, our club has grown rapidly and we now have 27 teams playing youth league football in the Watford Friendly League and 6 girls’ teams playing in the Capital Girls League.

We pride ourselves on having a family friendly atmosphere with coaches and managers dedicated to young footballers’ development and enjoyment.

Train & Play Matches While Making New Friends

THE teams


Under 7 - Under 10


Under 11 - Under 18

The Hinton Revolution FC Ethos

The Hinton FC journey begins at the age of 3. The oldest player at our club is 51!

Teams enter leagues at the age of 7 and continue playing on a Sunday morning until the age of 18. From 16 years old they are able to join our senior men’s team who play on Saturday afternoons in the Hertfordshire Senior County Premier League (Step 7 football). We also have a Vets team (Over 35’s) who play in the Vets cup and other ‘Old Boys’ competitions.

Our extensive network of football contacts means that we will give all players the chance to achieve their potential in both the amateur and professional game. We currently have two ex-youth players who have signed professional contracts. One is in League 1 and the other in League 2. We also have seven players who are currently in professional academies from U11’s to U16’s.

Four of our current managers are ex-players who played up until U18 and have felt such a strong bond with the club they have decided to manage U8 and U9 teams.

Development, Friendship and Fun

We recognise that all children develop, understand and grow at different rates. We welcome all young children of all abilities to join our club.

Children aged 3 – 6 attend Soccer Sunday – Every Sunday during term time at Highlands School, Worlds End Lane, N21 1QQ. 11am – 12pm. £8 pay as you go.

Our Sunday sessions are designed to engage young children with the beautiful game. Each child has their own ball for the duration of the session. This allows them to progress and achieve at their own pace and crucially gives them the confidence to want to return.

Children aged 7 – 9 attend our team training at Power League Barnet or Southgate Hockey Club. (Click here for training times, costs and venues). These sessions prepare the children for youth league football. We usually have two or three teams per age group so there is a place for any child who wants to play.

Development, Commitment, Attitude, Teamwork

At this point, teams start playing 9 and 11 a-side matches so large squads are required to fulfill a season of fixtures. If there is more than one team in a particular age group there will generally be an A and B team.

Our coaches are always promoting the importance of teamwork and a good attitude both on and off the pitch. This is primarily why we have an excellent reputation within the league. We are very proud of this and want to maintain it.

If you would like to find out more about our club please Click here for training times, costs and venues.

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Training and matches in local leagues and cup competitions

FA Accredited

We are proud of being England Accredited. It shows that we are doing the right things for our players & we have all the processes in place to make football fun and safe for all.

Kick it out

We support Kick It Out's mission and we are committed to ensuring a safe environment for all participants by applying equality, diversity and inclusion in our day to day operations.

Middlesex FA

We work to safeguard the game and provide a range of support services and training. We strive for best practice, and set new standards in everything we do.

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First Class Syllabus

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technique and saq's

SAQ is a system of training aimed at the development of motor abilities and the control of body movement through the development of the neuromuscular system. It aims to improve the athlete’s ability to perform explosive multi-directional movements by reprogramming the neuromuscular system to work effectively.

SAQ training is an acronym for Speed Agility and Quickness training.

game understanding

One of the big changes that has happened in football is the importance of intelligence in the modern game.

The fast, tactical and dynamic nature of football today means that smart players are usually also the better ones on the pitch. But what makes a player smart?

What are those details that make all the difference in top-flight football in the present times?

positional awareness

Positional play is a principle of play in football that many of the world’s top coaches adopt. When a team uses positional play, the players take up positions to attempt to create numerical advantages in passing triangles or diamonds, in the hope of progressing possession through the thirds.

All players in the team must follow strict rules about the positions they take up in relation to the their teammates, the opposition and the ball.