President & Trustee
Ray joined the club back in 1985 and managed several youth teams, before switching to the seniors. The Stags won their first trophies under Ray who has done every job at the club and still active today as club President and can be seen at the club every weekend.
In 2021 his total commitment to grassroots football was rewarded by the Essex FA with his long service award, plus in his role as groundsman won the Ground Staff of the Year Award by the Essex FA for our outstanding pitches.
He loves watching his Grandson and both Granddaughters playing for our youth teams.
Chairman & Trustee
Initially got involved with the club twenty years ago as a parent when his son George joined the club when he was 6. Then become manager when he was u8 through to u21.
After that was asked to become a member of the committee, followed by joining as a trustee.
Then became the club chairman and with his vision he led the club from Intermediate football into Senior football & instigated all the ground developments that have brought the club into the Senior non-league game.
Club Secretary & Trustee
Craig’s involvement with Buckhurst Hill started when he was a player, then becoming a youth manager for many years with his son, Archie in his team.
Craig has been instrumental in the growth of our youth and mini soccer, including setting up our Girl’s section which has been a huge success. Today Craig is the club’s youth secretary as well as refereeing on a Sunday, organising all our fixtures for our youth teams and supporting our groundsman, another person that spends a lot of time at the club doing one job or another.
Mark has been at the club for twenty years, initially being asked by a friend who was a manager of one of our youth teams to help with coaching, as Mark had experience & played at a high standard of semi-professional football.
Mark then was asked by current chairman Simon to work alongside him when his team was under 14’s and continued all the way through to under 21’s. Mark was then asked to become the club’s treasurer as well as continuing to coach our youth teams as well as our first team coach, so is fully embedded into the Buckhurst Hill Family.
Joined the club when her son joined the club at mini soccer and soon fell in love with all what we do and wanted to be more involved. Katie joined the committee to help support with the big increase of administration for the club which then evolved into club secretarial role and so much more with all the development plans and funding applications.
Katie is now a full-time employee of Buckhurst Hill Football club and oversees all the day to day accounting and supports Simon and the team with all our commercial and sponsorship plans.
Anthony joined the senior committee as senior secretary at the end of the 2021/22 season and brings a wealth of experience to help support the club’s ambitions. Anthony has spent 15 years as a referee many years as secretary at Tilbury FC as well as being on the committee at Dagenham & Redbridge and Barking as well as having held numerous positions within the FA. He spent 15 years as a referee. He will be helping the first team as he has a wealth of knowledge in non-league.
Press & Publicity
Scott has covered local football for various local papers and websites for several years as well as spending time as the publicity officer for the Essex Olympian League and Essex Senior League.
Scott will be our Chief Writer for our matchday programmes, website blog and all social media channels.
Late husband Kevin was one of the club’s first managers and Janet served as club secretary at youth and senior level for many years. She has been a fundraiser, committee member and has worked for many years in our T-bar on a Sunday serving all your favourites.
Jan now loves watching the first team play and getting behind the boys.
Another long serving committee member who has been a youth manager, groundsman and club chairman.
The clubhouse is named after him & Ray as the Sherrin/Richbell Clubhouse, after they were hugely instrumental in getting it built.
His son has played for the club, coached for the club and played for the first team. Still actively involved with the club as our child welfare officer and referees on a Sunday.
Manager Mark Williams has risen through the ranks; having started off as a manager for an U8 side, Mark then went on to manage a number of sides right up to the U18s becoming one of the most successful youth managers at the club in the process as he won a lot of titles and cups. He was then asked to become the first team manager and has been instrumental in the restructuring of our senior structure, utilising a club ethos of producing home grown talent, recruiting and developing from within the club.
Brought my son along to a trial for a new BHFC Under 7’s team in 2015 and before they’d played a game I unexpectedly found myself as coach! A steep learning curve for us all but the team gained promotion in each of the next 3 years. Level 1 qualified, I take pleasure in developing the players as young people as well as footballers. The last 2 years have reinforced the importance of sport both in terms of fitness and teamwork.
I’ve been involved with the club since 2014 taking my sons U8’s team. Still involved with coaching now with the same team at U16’s.
All my 4 children have been part of the club, 2 boys and 2 girls.
I joined the committee to help out on the commercial side 4 years back and have helped bring in multiple sponsors to help different areas from the youth to the senior section.
I’ve been involved with Buckhurst Hill FC since my son joined the club in 2012 initially coaching and then after qualifying as a referee at the club.
I initially joined the committee as a youth representative and currently deal with all discipline within the youth section.
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