Welcome to the Power House Amateur Football Club

Nic Pavlou – President

Welcome to May.

We are now 4 weeks into the season and the teams have had a mixed start.

The Women’s Team have enjoyed their first victory, albeit in controversial circumstances, and are sitting mid-table. The team already has built quite a large squad of players and the comradery within this group has spread outside the playing field and built into a strong social unit.

The Men’s teams have had a slower start but both are finally on the board. Senior Coach Dave Matthews has settled well into the club with his no-nonsense approach to football, setting some pretty high standards on the field and building a game plan and strategy that will take us to the next level. The team is building nicely and with a few key players returning over the next few weeks, we expect to see some improved results.

Reserves Coach Bernard Brady has also found his feet coaching a largely inexperienced side with passion and enthusiasm. The team is keen to learn and develop and are already showing improvement in key areas.

It’s always great to see so many past players at our games cheering on the teams. Over the early part of the season we have seen Life Members Cameron Macleod, Ian Hammet, Rick Dakin, Henry Brzezinski, Jason Nicholls, Craig Richardson and Tommy Cross turn up to support the team along with Past Players Mick Bray, John Senior, James Demetrie, Tom Collett and 2006 Premiership heroes Mark Driessen, Reece Humphreys and Paul Sosicand as always Club Legends Ian Dakin, Stephen Mason and Peter Dakin.

Around the club the committee are continuing to work hard to make sure the club is a friendly welcoming place for young (and older) people to come and play sport and socialise as players, supporters, family and friends.

It’s the heart of why we exist as a club.

See you at the game…


Pav Sgnature

Go House!

If you are keen on joining PHAFC for the 2018 season,
please click here to register and we’ll get back to you.

ALSO… Calling all women footballers!!