Distinguished career of Ian Branfoot, former professional footballer and Saints manager…it all started at Redheugh!

Over the years we are really proud of our achievements in terms of youth development and our input to both people and communities.  From time to time there are those that grow their grassroots start at Redheugh into a long, distinguished career within the game.  There are none more so than former professional player and …

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Who was the first Redheugh professional player?

Player:  Thomas Henry Robson. D-O-B:  31-July-1944 Career Tommy was at Redheugh Boys Club 1960-1961.  At 17 years old Tommy was an England Youth International.  He then moved to Northampton Town August 1961 till 1966 playing 74 games and scoring 20 goals.  December 1966 saw him move to Chelsea where he played 7 Games.  In 1966 …

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Gateshead Redheugh go International

Gateshead Redheugh have sponsored a team in Northern Iraq. The team are called Taq Taq  and are from the region of Kurdistan in Northern Iraq.  The coach Mohammad Wali says he is really grateful to Gateshead Redheugh.  The boys of Taq Taq love the strips and are really looking forward wearing them in the new …

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Redheugh U9 Sunday team league winners!

Congratulations to our U9 Sunday team who played Wideopen Rockets this weekend in the U9 Championship. Their win saw them secure the league title in what has been an impressive first season. To date the lads are unbeaten with only one game to play. Well done lads!

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Redheugh U15 Reds secure league title

Our U15 boys claimed the Pin Point Division 3 league title this weekend after a 10-0 win against Wideopen Wolves. Huge well done to the lads and best of luck in their upcoming Cup Final against North Shields on 29 April.  

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How to help

There are many ways you can help Redheugh Boys Club charity. You can make a donation, become a sponsor or generate cash for the club for FREE when you purchase online. We are genuinely grateful for all your help and support. Without you all, sponsors and individuals, the club would not exist. THANK YOU!

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