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Hashtag United to move to Parkside from next season

A new groundshare – for Hashtag United (Image: Hashtag United)

Hashtag United have confirmed they will be grounsharing at Parkside, home of Aveley, from next season. 

The Tags have been playing at Bowers & Pitsea’s Len Salmon Stadium for four years which has held some memorable moments in their short existence including last season’s Isthmian North Division title win and their run to the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Aveley, sitting in eighth place in the Vanarama National League South, moved into Parkside ahead of the 2017/18 campaign and they have been hailed for their modern facilities which includes a private bar and suite.

Hashtag’s women’s side, occupants of the FAWNL Southern Premier Division, also currently play at Parkside.

Speaking to the club’s website, Hashtag CEO Spencer Owen feels this move will benefit the club in the long-term.

“We are really looking forward to unifying both our senior teams at Aveley from the start of the 2024/25 season,” he said.

“We’ve had a great time at Bowers and I sincerely thank them for all they’ve done for us.

“This move has been thoroughly thought through and assessed by our committee and we believe it fits the future ambition of the club whilst also providing our teams with a top-quality facility.

“It’s also the longest-term ground-share agreement we’ve ever signed and we hope it allows us to put down some roots in the local community.”

Jay Devereux’s side make the short trip to Billericay Town in the Isthmian Premier Division tomorrow.

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Hashtag United to move to Parkside from next season

A new groundshare – for Hashtag United (Image: Hashtag United)

Hashtag United have confirmed they will be grounsharing at Parkside, home of Aveley, from next season. 

The Tags have been playing at Bowers & Pitsea’s Len Salmon Stadium for four years which has held some memorable moments in their short existence including last season’s Isthmian North Division title win and their run to the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Aveley, sitting in eighth place in the Vanarama National League South, moved into Parkside ahead of the 2017/18 campaign and they have been hailed for their modern facilities which includes a private bar and suite.

Hashtag’s women’s side, occupants of the FAWNL Southern Premier Division, also currently play at Parkside.

Speaking to the club’s website, Hashtag CEO Spencer Owen feels this move will benefit the club in the long-term.

“We are really looking forward to unifying both our senior teams at Aveley from the start of the 2024/25 season,” he said.

“We’ve had a great time at Bowers and I sincerely thank them for all they’ve done for us.

“This move has been thoroughly thought through and assessed by our committee and we believe it fits the future ambition of the club whilst also providing our teams with a top-quality facility.

“It’s also the longest-term ground-share agreement we’ve ever signed and we hope it allows us to put down some roots in the local community.”

Jay Devereux’s side make the short trip to Billericay Town in the Isthmian Premier Division tomorrow.

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Hashtag United to move to Parkside from next season

A new groundshare – for Hashtag United (Image: Hashtag United)

Hashtag United have confirmed they will be grounsharing at Parkside, home of Aveley, from next season. 

The Tags have been playing at Bowers & Pitsea’s Len Salmon Stadium for four years which has held some memorable moments in their short existence including last season’s Isthmian North Division title win and their run to the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Aveley, sitting in eighth place in the Vanarama National League South, moved into Parkside ahead of the 2017/18 campaign and they have been hailed for their modern facilities which includes a private bar and suite.

Hashtag’s women’s side, occupants of the FAWNL Southern Premier Division, also currently play at Parkside.

Speaking to the club’s website, Hashtag CEO Spencer Owen feels this move will benefit the club in the long-term.

“We are really looking forward to unifying both our senior teams at Aveley from the start of the 2024/25 season,” he said.

“We’ve had a great time at Bowers and I sincerely thank them for all they’ve done for us.

“This move has been thoroughly thought through and assessed by our committee and we believe it fits the future ambition of the club whilst also providing our teams with a top-quality facility.

“It’s also the longest-term ground-share agreement we’ve ever signed and we hope it allows us to put down some roots in the local community.”

Jay Devereux’s side make the short trip to Billericay Town in the Isthmian Premier Division tomorrow.

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Hashtag United to move to Parkside from next season

A new groundshare – for Hashtag United (Image: Hashtag United)

Hashtag United have confirmed they will be grounsharing at Parkside, home of Aveley, from next season. 

The Tags have been playing at Bowers & Pitsea’s Len Salmon Stadium for four years which has held some memorable moments in their short existence including last season’s Isthmian North Division title win and their run to the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Aveley, sitting in eighth place in the Vanarama National League South, moved into Parkside ahead of the 2017/18 campaign and they have been hailed for their modern facilities which includes a private bar and suite.

Hashtag’s women’s side, occupants of the FAWNL Southern Premier Division, also currently play at Parkside.

Speaking to the club’s website, Hashtag CEO Spencer Owen feels this move will benefit the club in the long-term.

“We are really looking forward to unifying both our senior teams at Aveley from the start of the 2024/25 season,” he said.

“We’ve had a great time at Bowers and I sincerely thank them for all they’ve done for us.

“This move has been thoroughly thought through and assessed by our committee and we believe it fits the future ambition of the club whilst also providing our teams with a top-quality facility.

“It’s also the longest-term ground-share agreement we’ve ever signed and we hope it allows us to put down some roots in the local community.”

Jay Devereux’s side make the short trip to Billericay Town in the Isthmian Premier Division tomorrow.

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