President, Steve Cook has had an association with Haslemere football since the early 70’s playing youth football with Haslemere Town and more recently coaching through all age groups for both his sons. He played senior football for Graywood/Haslemere in the 80’s before the local rivals Shottermill and Haslemere merged to create a uniformed club. Steve is enthusiastic about all Haslemere sports and describes the sporting facilities available to the town as the ‘Envy of Surrey’.
Vice President, Kevin Green, has had a long involvement with Shottermill & Haslemere Football Club going back to 1980, firstly as a player at Haslemere FC before the two Clubs amalgamated and then as part of the combined S&H Veterans Team.
Kevin has also been heavily involved with the youth infrastructure Coaching and Managing all 4 of his sons at various stages who have all gone on to play for the S&H Senior teams.
Vice President, Les Futcher, has had an even longer involvement with Shottermill & Haslemere Football Club. Firstly with Grayswood FC, then with Haslemere FC when Grayswood moved to Haslemere Recreation Ground and then as part of Shottermill & Haslemere FC after the amalgamation of the 2 sides. Les has performed many roles within these clubs over the years.
Tim began his senior career with then named Shottermill FC at the tender age of 15. A string of solid performances saw him break into the first team later the same year when the club was playing in the Surrey Senior League, now named Combined Counties League. At the time Tim was a rugged centre half but his ability to also play in goal led him to be a somewhat utility player whenever required. It was this that prompted Tim to change and with that signed for local rivals Liphook after a number of years with the club. Tim joined Liphook exclusively as a goalkeeper and was soon enjoying success in a young and promising side, winning the league in his second season. This success was soon followed by two Hampshire county cup winners medals and a league runners up medal to boot.
In 2010 Tim called time on his playing career at the age of 28 after a series of injuries began to clash with his work life and promptly took position as S&H’s first team manager. In his first year Tim was able to stave off relegation looking to build a team and club for the future. The following year they were league cup runners up and the year after league runners up.
Tim stepped down as First Team Manager at the end of the 2016/2017 season and is now looking forward to focussing his energies off the pitch and moving the club forward in his new role of Chairman.Chairman@sandhfc.co.uk
A Leeds United fanatic! Nigel was originally Secretary of Haslemere Town Youth FC between 1998 – 2009 and during that time the club increased its membership and provided football for every boys age group between Under 6 and Under 16, In addition the club developed a girls section who also had teams in many of the age groups. He was instrumental in ensuring that the club obtained the FA Charter Standard, which ensured that the club was well run but also that every age group had a FA qualified coach. In 2009 he transferred to Shottermill & Haslemere FC following a telephone call from Andy Brine, who had also been Chairman of the youth set up during the majority of his time there.Secretary@sandhfc.co.uk
Paul joined the Club in 2006 as joint 1st team manager with Jon Fowler. He took over as treasurer In 2007 and is now in 10th year. As far as football is concerned; Paul played most of his football for Liphook in the 80’s, had a brief spell with Alton United before finishing his playing days at Haslemere Football Club.Treasurer@sandhfc.co.uk
First Team Manager
Terry has represented Shottermill & Haslemere FC at all levels in past years. He played for Haslemere youth from 13-18, then made the move to Shottermill where he played till an injury forced him to give up a couple years after the clubs merged. He is looking forward to the challenge and bringing new times and new ideas to the club.
The 40 year old has had a distinguished playing career at some top local clubs around the area which ended with his time at Hammer United. He took over as head coach from Nathan Tapley in October 2017 and has lifted the first team from second bottom to second in the league in just his first few months…here’s to many years with Terry “Flea” Rowden at the helm.
Terry has brought last seasons now retired goalkeeper Adam Barrett on board as his Assistant.
Adam has played a lot of local football in his time. Haslemere fc for 4yrs, Hindhead fc for 2yrs, he spent 15 years playing for Hammer United where won West Sussex div 4 south league before he returned to Haslemere for his final season.Firstteam@sandhfc.co.uk
Second Team Manager
Daniel has represented Shottermill & Haslemere FC at all levels for the past 17 seasons, Working his way up from the then third team. He played for Camelsdale youth from 13-16, then made the move to Shottermill where he played till the clubs merged. Since the merge Daniel has enjoyed playing for Shottermill & Haslemere predominantly in the Second team and occasionally the first team.
The 33 year old started as a right midfielder for Camelsdale youth, moving to striker when he started playing mens football at Shottermill. In 2012-13 Daniel moved to local team Hammer United where he played centre midfield in the first team winning the West Sussex div 4 south league, Returning to Shottermill and Haslemere the following season he then won 2013-14 Surrey intermediate reserve premier division. This is Daniel’s second spell as caretaker for the reserve team.
Daniel is assisted by Leo Dummer, At 28 is considered a veteran having played for Haslemere youth and Shottermill & Haslemere his whole career.
Committee Member/Membership secretary/League website administrator
Andy is long standing member of the club, Having played for Haslemere before the merge. He has always helped the club secretary, and is an upstanding member of the committee. He has also done a few spells as caretaker manager for the reserve team. All round team player and genuine good guy.
Current reserve team vice captain.
Cameron is starting his 4th season with the club this year and has decided to join the committee for the first time. He started as a 3rd team player and has progressed through to the occasional call up for the 1sts. Can be often seen in the changing rooms hiding behind his massive speaker playing some debatable song choices!
1st Team Social Media Administrator
Jozef joined the club from local rivals Hammer United in 2017. Since joining he has made his mark with the club as our current first team goal keeper.
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Club Website Administrator
“Nixxy” – Our social secretary has had a long involvement with Shottermill & Haslemere Football Club going back 22 years. Firstly as a player at Haslemere Town Youth FC and then onto Shottermill & Haslemere at senior level. He lost all his hair back in 2015, all caused by footballing injury to his back. The two-time clubman award winner, has been involved with the committee for 5 years now and puts on quite the party at any function we firstname.lastname@example.org