12 Results for year: 2021

CRY Fundraising – Marathon Man – James Doyle

On October 3, I will be running the London Marathon on behalf of Berkhamsted Raiders to raise money for the CRY screening day on October 23rd. I am very proud to be running on behalf of Raiders at this amazing event which has always been an ambition of mine. It also gives me the opportunity to raise money for an amazing ... More

Fundraising Trustee vacancy

At our most recent Trustee meeting we agreed to create a new Trustee role within the club with responsibility for Fundraising and Events. This is an exciting opportunity to build our fundraising strategy to increase revenues for the club. The more revenue we can generate from fundraising, sponsorship and events the better ... More

New Chair and Treasurer for Raiders

Berkhamsted Raiders CFC announces new Chair and Treasurer for next season, as long-serving Chair of Trustees, Keith Pollard, stands down to free up time for other volunteer roles within sport and recreation.   Keith Pollard, Chair of Trustees, has announced that he is stepping down from his Chair position to ... More

Raiders Youth Forum – Volunteers Needed

HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARDBerkhamsted Raiders are setting up a new Raiders Youth Forum to give our players an opportunity to express their views on how the club is run. The club is keen to ensure that the future of Raiders is driven by the needs and desires of the players themselves. We are looking for players from across ... More

Boys Football Taster Sessions

Berkhamsted Raiders are looking for boys in Year 1 upwards to join the club and will be running a series of taster sessions where prospective players and parents can meet some of the coaches and current players, discover more about the club’s philosophy and take part in a fun training session....all whilst adhering ... More

Martina Hardy Interview – From Playing to Managing and Beyond

As part of our International Women's Day activity throughout March, we recently spoke to Martina Hardy, manager and coach of the U12 Titans, to find out about her football playing years as a child, her subsequent journey with Raiders, and how she views the future of the game. Berkhamsted Raiders: Martina, tell us about ... More

History of Raiders Girls’ Football

With 275 female players, Berkhamsted Raiders is, according to the FA, the largest football club in the country for female youth football. However, we’re not resting on our laurels and we aim to grow our number of female players to 500 by 2025. Our first female player, Molly Beard, started playing in 2003 and was ... More

A brief (and incredible) history of women’s football

We’re living through a golden age of women’s football. With more investment and public support than ever before, record and growing match attendances, ever-increasing mainstream media coverage, and fantastic levels of participation at grass-roots level, there’s plenty to feel proud of and hopeful about if you’re in ... More

Celebrating International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month

Whilst 8th March is an important reopening milestone with many of our children going back to school (cue collective cheer and sigh of relief), it also marks another important day, namely International Women’s Day. Additionally, this month is also Women’s History Month. Raiders will be celebrating both these events with ... More

The changing face of grassroots football

Keith Pollard, Raiders Chair of Trustees looks at how grassroots football has changed over the last ten years and how he sees the future. September 2007, Hemel Hempstead: My Berkhamsted Raiders U11s play their first game in the step up to 11 a side football. A 14-0 defeat played on a full-size pitch with full-size goals ... More