PRE-SEASON training will begin next Thursday (7th July). Players are reminded to be ready for a 7pm start at Church Road.
As always, we welcome any new players interested in joining the squad.


First team have been handed an away tie against …

First team have been handed an away tie against Sprowston Wanderers in the first round of the league cup whilst the reserves will face Stalham Town Reserves at Church Road.
Both cup fixtures will be played on the 10th September 2016.
#roadtoFDC #greenarmy


More good news ahead of pre season with Charlie …

More good news ahead of pre season with Charlie Burgess returning to the club from Attleborough Town and the rock that is Ellis Williamson returns after two years away.
#Welcomebackboys #greenarmy


East Harling Football Club are delighted to …

East Harling Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of highly rated youngster Ollie Tarft.
Ollie joins us from Attleborough Town where he has enjoyed success with the under 16 side and are very pleased he has chosen to play his first season of mens football with us.
#greenarmy #welcomeOllie


Happy birthday to former Greens front man Joseph …

Happy birthday to former Greens front man Joseph Allen who turns 21 today!!
Have a great day from everybody at the club!!!


More good news as first team captain Harley …

More good news as first team captain Harley ‘Rodders’ Durrant signs a 15 year contract with the club, a deal that will see him remain at the club until the age of 37.
#captainmarvel #hesoneofourown


Good news coming out of the club today as …

Good news coming out of the club today as experienced Midfielder Andrew ‘Cedgey’ Morris, defensive linchpin Matty Allin and Goalkeeper Jamie Woodcock all put pen to paper for the coming season.
#Wegoagain #greenarmy


Christmas Draw a Success.

The re-introduction of the Christmas Draw yeilded over £250 for club funds, and hopefully will grow next year.

This was the first draw for over 10 years and the Club thank all those who bought tickets and donated prizes.

More fund-raising is needed to help fund floodlighting and changing room improvements, and the Committee intend to push on with more events.

Club Events News

Race Night This Friday

East Harling FC will be hosting a race night this coming Friday at the social club in aid of raising funds for the football club.

Everybody welcome, 7;30PM start, free buffet and entry.

Come a long and enjoy yourselves, all proceeds going directly towards the football club.

News Reserves Reserves Match Reports

Reserves Lose By The Odd Goal At Martham Reserves.

East Harling Reserves travelled to Martham Reserves yesterday looking to come with all 3 points. Lawes and Denniss took a young squad which will be the case this season, as the club lok to build a sustained period of success. New Signing Liam Littlewood started as did fellow new signing Ryan Laws.

Littlewood gave the greens the lead on 5 minutes, but that spurred on the home side and they went in at the break 3-1 to the good.

A much better 2nd half display saw Jack Barnett bag his first goal for the club to see the game finish 3-2.

The reserves will get stronger as the season goes on with the average age of the team just 17.

mom was Andy Johnson on his first competitive start.

First Team First Team Match Reports News

First Team Bag First 3 Points

East Harling made the trip to Beccles Caxton yesterday hoping to secure their first points of the season. They knew it would be a tough game as Caxton were also fighting for their first points of the new campaign.

Greens were without the injured Calvin Gibson, Tom Catchpole who celebrated the arrival of his new daughter Lottie, and Ben Chase who was away. But in Game 16 year old Robbie Smith for his first team debut, Adam Bunting who returned from holiday and Mark Dolman. Chris Bray made his first start of the season and there was a recall to the starting 11 for Jack Denniss.

The Greens started well having been asked to show a reaction to last weeks dissapointing defeat, and the players responded excellently passing the ball around well and playing with some clear direction and purpose. Pat Armes had a goal ruled out for offside on 15 minutes which looked harsh, but then James Sparks scored a close range header to give the visitors the lead on 20 minutes.

Caxton were unlucky to lose a player to injury on 25 minutes, and with only sub on the day,you felt they it was only going to get tougher for the hosts.

Harling were enjoying much more of the ball and creating the openings as the home side struggled to get to grips with the pass and move game being played by a much improved team. However some slack play in midfield did allow the hosts a clear sight on goal as their striker ran through on goal, but Matt Terry produced an excellent stop to keep his side in front.

Pat Armes doubled Harling’s lead on the half hour mark with a header from an excellent Tom Smith cross.

Pat Armes then turned provider when he slotted the ball into the path of Chris Bray who finished well to make it 3-0 on the stroke of HT.

Harling knew they would have to match their first half performance in order to secure the points, and they started the 2nd half just as well, although it must be said the home side were much improved in the second half choosing to play the ball around themselves instead of being so physical.

Chris Bray made it 4-0 on 6o minutes when some good work from Sparks resulted in another cool finish from the experienced striker.

Youngster Smith then went close when he jinked inside a defender before dispatching an excellent strike from the edge of the box, but the home keeper made a very good save to tip it around the post.

Smith was then replaced by Kwame Jones who was forced to start on the bench due to his late arrival, and Bunting replaced Williamson.

Harling continued to press in search of further goals and Bray completed his hatrick with a close range finish from an excellent Stu Scott cross to make it 5-0.

Harling saw the game out to record their first 3 points ahead of next weeks trip to Bungay.

A much better display from a bunch of players who knew they had let themselves down last week, but credit to them for not feeling sorry for themselves and showing their quality.

Mom was Pat Armes who really looks to be getting back to his best. While their was excellent displays by Chris Bray, Stu Boddy, Ellis Williamson and Chris Watling.