Headley Playing Fields
The Parish Council’s playing fields and Pavilion are situated on Mill Lane. They are home to Headley’s football, cricket, tennis, bowls and table tennis clubs.
The Council is currently seeking to lease additional land for sport behind the tennis courts.
Headley (Margery Wheatley) Sports Pavilion owned by the Parish Council and managed by Headley Sports Association.
Headley Cricket Club
Headley Cricket Club has 9 teams. The club has over 100 members formed of 3 sections – seniors, women and juniors. The new BOSC ground in Bordon is their second ground.
Headley Football Club
Football in Headley has a membership of 420 (120 adult and 300 junior members and 18 teams) that share two adult 11×11 pitches, one 9×9, 7v7 and 5v5 junior pitch, over a weekend. Headley Men’s First Team are in the Step 7 Football League Pyramid Club in the Hampshire Premier League. A floodlit practice area is used during winter on shared space with Headley Cricket Club. Headley FC aspires to improve their senior teams league position within the FA pyramid, with improved facilities.
Headley Bowling Club
Headley Bowling Club has four rinks with around 60 playing members, affiliated to Bowls England, Bowls Hampshire and the Three Counties Fellowship. The club also has two mixed triples teams competing in the Three Counties League.
Headley Tennis Club
Headley Tennis Club has a self-contained club house. There are two floodlit courts and a practice wall.
Table Tennis Club
Table Tennis – Recently affiliated, has a growing junior membership.
A planning application to extend the Sports Pavilion was submitted in January 2020.