Maccabi London Lions have announced that their new 200-seater stand will be called ‘The Alan Mattey Stand’ in honour of our late former player, and friend to so many at Rowley Lane. Alan wore the club’s colours with pride for a number of years before sadly passing away in 2006 after a battle with cancer…. Read full article >
Maccabi London Lions FC Junior open sessions and trials will take place in April and May welcoming prospective new players for the 2016/17 season. If you want your child to take part, you firstly need to register your interest: Click here to register > Once you’ve registered, all that’s left to do is come along to… Read full article >
The last full Sunday weekend of the Watford Friendly League of 2014/5 saw some exciting action. Comeback of the week goes to the Under 12 Whites, who won 4-2 after going two goals down against Croxley. In the Under 8s, well done to the White team (pictured) , who won the League tournament! Similarly, the… Read full article >
On behalf of the MWU executive I wish to extend our thanks for your generous donation of 108 parcels to MWU’s 2015 Pesach Food Parcel Campaign.
Lions ended their Spartan South Midlands League campaign with a 2-1 win against Amersham Town on Wednesday night. The blues went in front from a deflected Lee Cash strike and added another from Andy Glynne to end the season in 17th place.
Alan Mattey wore the colours of Lions with pride for a number of seasons before sadly passing away aged just 40, in 2006. He made his debut for Maccabi London Lions (then called MALEX) on 6th September 1995 in a 0-0 draw with Kimpton Rovers in what was our first season playing on the English… Read full article >
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