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Hampshire United Celebrates Success as Falcons and Kestrels Reach Peter Houseman Youth League Finals

Hampshire United football club has reason to celebrate as they send both their teams, Falcons and Kestrels, to the Peter Houseman Youth League finals in both the cup and plate finals.

The matches will take place on 30th April at Winklebury stadium, with the Falcons facing off against Surrey Nomads in the cup final, and the Kestrels competing against Surrey Nomads in the plate final.

As a club, Hampshire United is immensely proud of their squads, and the individual development and team progression they have achieved. The club strives to offer youth football to all children who show an interest, and the success of these teams is a testament to the club’s commitment to nurturing young talent.

The club is also honoured to receive special well wishes from professional footballers Dominic Ball and Albert Adomah. Ball, who currently plays for Ipswich, has been a part of the Rangers, QPR and Spurs academy, while Adomah currently plays for QPR. Both players have taken time out of their busy schedules to wish both of Hampshire United’s teams every success in their finals.

The coaches, committee members, and supporters of Hampshire United would like to thank Ball and Adomah for their support and wish both the Falcons and Kestrels the very best of luck. Regardless of the outcome, the teams have done Hampshire United proud.