Welcome to the website of Hill of Beath Hawthorn F.C. Formed in 1975, we play our home games at the 2,500-capacity Keirs Park, Hill of Beath, Fife. We play in the East of Scotland Football League Premier Division.
Saturday 20th July
Newburgh FC v Haws
Kick Off:- 2.00pm
Tuesday 23rd July
Lochore Welfare v Haws
Kick Off:- TBC
Saturday 13th July
Haws 5 - 2 DAFC XI
Scorers:- Adamson (2), Reid, Patrick, & Payne
Match Report provided by DAFC media (Link)
Tuesday 16th July
Haws 1 - 1 St Andrews Utd FC
Scorer:- Darrin Wright
East of Scotland Football League
Fixture List for 2019/20
Where we play
The Haws play their home games at the 2,500 capacity Keirs Park in Hill of Beath.
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We have a proud history at Hill of Beath Hawthorn F.C.
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The squad that played the last ERSL Junior game v Bonnyrigg Rose at Keirs Park on Saturday 26th May 2018.
Hill of Beath Hawthorn v Lesmahagow
1990 Scottish Junior Cup Final Video Link
Our Kit 2017/18
Our kits for the 2018/19 season are our traditional home red jersey, white shorts and red socks and our away kit is all white. Our third strip is all black.
Our kit maker is Adidas and we are proud to have Wrightline Roadmarkings Ltd sponsoring us on the front of our home kit for the 2019/20 season.
Players from the village of Hill of Beath that have made footballing history
The statue of Jim Baxter, the legendary Scotland, Rangers and Sunderland wing-half, is a reminder of probably the best known of the players who have done superbly on the big stage and the current Scotland and Celtic captain, Scott Brown, is also Hill of Beath born and bred.
There have been many more who have played senior or have been outstanding junior players, including the current Hill of Beath Hawthorn manager Kevin Fotheringham.
Hill of Beath Swifts was the real reason for the production line in the 1980s and 90s but now there is something new. The mechanism set up by the Haws and the Blue Brazil Boys Club to provide a path for youngsters to proceed from kids’ football to the junior game and beyond is another example of how the Hill of Beath football factory can produce talent and for such a small village to be so successful is simply amazing and credit must go to the people who give so much free time to make the football set-up work.