Kings Hill F.C.
Kings Hill F.C.
Est. 2003

Chairman – Ian Bull

Ian was elected KHFC Chairman in June 2015.

Having retired from playing football in 1982, Ian qualified to become a referee and joined the Maidstone branch of Referees Association and served on the branch committee before becoming Vice Chairman and then Chairman, a position he held from 1993 until 2000. On retirement from his position of Chairman he was made a life vice president of the association.

During his time with the Maidstone Referees Association he also served as a referee instructor for 10 years and as a referee assessor for the Kent County Football Association.

In 2000 Ian was invited to join the Southern Counties Football League as a Referee Officer and his current management committee role there is as Compliance Officer as well as assisting in the league ground grading.

Ian has a close involvement with the Kent FA is well known and acknowledged throughout the Kent football scene.

As KHFC Chairman he intends to carry on the excellent work already undertaken by the Executive Committee and previous Chairmen in assisting KHFC realise their goals and full potential. Ian’s grand-daughter also plays for the club.

Club Secretary – Kelly Alden

Kelly took on the challenging role of Club Secretary in 2017, a role which is a key function at the Club with a long list of tasks but in the main it is to ensure that administratively the Club is in order with the Kent FA, and the various leagues. At the start of the season there are over 400 players to register individually with these organisations and during the season numerous communications with the relevant leagues.

Kelly us also on the committee of the Maidstone Invicta Primary League as a fixtures secretary.

Club Treasurer – Neal Allison

Neal has been Treasurer since 2011.

As with all organisations it is important that they are run well financially, and Kings Hill FC is no exception. Neal keeps a careful hand on all the finances and ensures we receive the monies in that we are due and pay the people we need to. The Club is financially secure but as we grow we will look to strengthen this position so as to continually offer the best for our members.

Neal lives in Kings Hill, his youngest son plays for the Under 14’s.

Club Welfare Officer – James Clark

 

Vice-Chairman Competitive Football - Chris Coombs

 

Vice-Chairman Non-Competitive Football – Richard Morrison

Richard joined the Executive Committee as Vice chairman in 2015 and is responsible for the non-competitive football age groups, i.e. U6’s up to U12’s. Richard lives on Kings Hill and has been involved with the club since 2013. He is currently the team manager for the U89FC team which his eldest son plays in.

Richard is currently undertaking his Level 2 coaching qualification and has recently gained the Youth Award Module level 1. He is passionate about football and sees his role on the Executive Committee as being a member of the club and community and being able to assist with the continued sustainable growth of the club into one of Kent’s most successful football clubs.

Vice-Chairman Girls Football - Andrew Boxer

Andrew joined the Executive Committee in 2016 and is responsible for Girls football. Andrew lives locally and currently coaches the U12 girls’ team. Andrew has three children all of who play for Kings Hill and two of them play in the girl’s teams, his wife is also involved with girls football managing the U8 team.

Andrew is a qualified Sports Scientist and currently works in sports marketing so has a wealth of contacts and experience in numerous sports. Andrew is committed to growing the girls section at the club and is looking to develop his own coaching skills, having completed his level 1 course last year he will commence his level 2 in the spring of 2017.

Sports Park Facilities Officer – Kevin Blake

Kevin took on this role in 2014; he lives on Kings Hill and has two sons who are part of the Club. He is the main point of contact for Kings Hill FC with regard to pitch and training requirements at the Kings Hill Sports Park. He is also responsible for the equipment container, ensuring it’s all kept safe and secure throughout the footballing season.

He has previously managed the U18 & U14 age groups for a number of seasons enjoying some great successes during that time.

He is an FA Level One football coach and has completed the FA Youth Module 1 – Developing the Environment.

Club Development Officer - Brett Smith

Brett became the Club Development Officer in 2013. He lives locally and currently manages the U12’s FC team and the mens first team.

He has a wealth of playing experience having played professionally at Millwall FC where he was part of the successful youth team that won the FA Youth Cup in 1991 followed by a number of years playing experience within numerous semi-professional non-league clubs. Brett is a UEFA B qualified coach who has also completed Youth Module's 1 and 2and hopes to progress to the A License in the near future.

Brett's responsibilities are to provide a comprehensive player and coach development plan at the Club. A support structure exists ensuring that all teams are delivering sessions that are fun whilst developing the core technique and skills required for all players to develop. Brett also manages the relationship with our third party soccer academies ensuring that sessions are tailored specifically for the full range of teams at Kings Hill FC. 

FA Charter Officer- Barry Gethin

Having played and managed at various levels within Kent football, Barry started coaching at Kings Hill FC in 2014 and now coaches the U10 Rangers team. He took on the role as the club's FA Charter Officer in 2016 and, as part of this, will ensure that all of the County and National FA requirements are met in order to maintain Community Club status as well as to help support the ambitions and plans of the club. Barry lives on Kings Hill and his son plays for the club.