Thank you for visiting the Woldingham Village Club website. We hope you spend a few minutes browsing our website to learn more about our Club and village or just to find the information you need. 

The Woldingham Village Club is located in the heart of Woldingham, a small village in the Surrey Hills, a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', in southern England in the United Kingdom.

The Club has changed a great deal over the last 99 years since its foundation in 1920 and has thrived in good times as well as survived in bad times. Yet the underlying principles of voluntary, not for profit, service to the Woldingham community have not changed. The Club still depends on the support and generosity of the people of Woldingham and surrounding districts as well as those who volunteer their services for free.

If you're not a Club member already, we hope that you will consider joining the Club and become a regular visitor and supporter of the Woldingham Village Club. There will always be a warm welcome for you, your family and friends.

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Whether you are a member of the Club or not, why not book the Club and its facilities as the venue for your function such as a birthday party, an engagement party, a wedding reception, an anniversary, a christening, a corporate event or a funeral reception?  However, please note that exceptionally the Club does not cater for 18th birthday parties. The Club will provide a fully licensed bar service, as required. You may provide your own food and entertainment too or let the Club provide them. And, all venue bookings are at competitive rates.

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Sheffield United v Manchester City

(Premier League)

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

at 7:30pm

It's hard to believe that Sheffield United first played Manchester City almost 127 years in March 1893 when City was then known as Ardwick. Since then, they have clashed 122 times with the Blades having the upper hand winning 50 games against City's 38 wins leaving 34 drawn matches. Will City try to correct the imbalance tonight?

Chelsea v Arsenal

(Premier League)

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

at 8:15pm

Tonight's clash between Chelsea and Arsenal will be their 200th match since they first met in November 1907 when the Gunners were known as Woolwich Arsenal. Over that time, Arsenal have won on 77 occasions against the Blues' 65 wins leaving a huge 57 encounters drawn. Tonight is bound to be tough for both teams.

Wolverhampton v Liverpool

(Premier League)

Thursday, 23 January 2020

at 8:00pm

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Liverpool have played each other a total of 105 times since they first met in September 1984. The Reds are clearly out ahead with 52 wins against the Hornets' 36, leaving 17 games drawn. Although the Reds are favourites tonight, it's not been a bad season for Wolves currently lying 7th in the League.