Club Development

On this page you will find all the latest information on the Plans for the future development of the club. Please click on the link alongside for our latest survey on the possibility of developing Junior football in Haltwhistle and on the possible formation of a development side for those over sixteen years of age.

Haltwhistle Jubilee Football Club


Vision Statement


Over the next ten years, the club desire to drive forward a development plan to set up and expand an all-gender junior football program in Haltwhistle. This will be best achieved in a planned and progressive manner. The club will seek to work with as many partners as possible to best see Junior football re-established in the locality. The club will begin with a consultation process and hold discussions with possible local partners to ensure the broadest possible support for such a project. 


The club is committed to the development of junior football in the town of Haltwhistle. we will forward this by our acceptance and entry of teams in the Tynedale Mini Soccer league.


For the first team, our ambition is to retain our position in the Premier League of the Northern Alliance.

We are pleased to announce that in conjunction with Haltwhistle Swimming and Leisure Centre (Managed by Maxine Wilson), the local Town Council (Chaired by Allan Sharpe), with support from Haltwhistle Councilor Ian Hutchinson and local MP Guy Opperman we are moving forward with a number of improvements at the Burn. We have agreed to provide all of the maintenance and upkeep of the village green, for the benefit of the whole community. We have successfully applied for and received a major grant from the Football Association to upgrade the facilities for all who use the Burn for football. These will be exciting times as we move forward.