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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England v Ireland

(2020 Six Nations Championship)

Sunday, 23 February  2020

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England will face Ireland at Twickenham during the third round of the Six Nations. Ireland will arrive at Twickenham chasing a Triple Crown. England and Ireland have contested 135 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1875. England have won 78 of those matches, whilst Ireland have won 49. There have also been eight drawn matches.

Chelsea v Bayern Munich

(UEFA Champions League)

Tuesday, 25 February  2020

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Chelsea face Bayern Munich in the Champions League tonight, a fixture which immediately recalls this classic final in 2012. Bayern got lukewarm revenge in the 2013 Super Cup, as Pep’s Bayern beat José’s Chelsea on penalties. Let’s not forget the brilliant quarter-final first leg in 2004-05, which ended up 4-2 to the Blues.

Manchester Utd v Club Brugge

(UEFA Europa League)

Wednesday, 26 February  2020

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There is nothing between Club Brugge and Manchester United after the first leg of their round of 32 tie, Anthony Martial cancelling out an Emmanuel Bonaventure lob to ensure it finished all square in Belgium. Although Man Utd drew they got away with a dreadful first half performance and need to improve in possession. Better performance tonight?

Arsenal v Everton

(Premier League)

Sunday, 23 February  2020

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Everton midfielder Andre Gomes will return to the senior squad for this weekend’s fixture at Arsenal, just three months after suffering a horrific ankle dislocation. The Portuguese has made a remarkable recovery since the injury sustained against Tottenham. It had seemed there was no prospect of him featuring again this season.

Real Madrid v Manchester City

(UEFA Champions League)

Wedesday, 26 February  2020

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Manchester City head to the Bernabeu after receiving a hefty ban but the manager says it has no huge effect on the challenge ahead. Pep Guardiola says his Manchester City squad did not need the shadow of the Uefa executioner to spur them on against Real Madrid tonight. 

Norwich City v Leicester City

(Premier League)

Friday, 28 February  2020

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Although at home, bottom of the Premier League table would seem to have an almost impossible task of taking a point at the King Power Stadium.  Since Leicester City have lost three of their last five home league games, there may be an outside chance that the Canaries could give the Foxes a shock on Friday night.  Supper from Julie's Kitchen too?

Liverpool v West Ham

(Premier League)

Monday, 24 February  2020

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Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid when they return to Premier League action with a home match against West Ham. The Reds suffered just a third loss of the campaign in Tuesday's Champions League last-16 first leg at the Wanda Metropolitano through Saul Niguez's early strike.

Arsenal v Olympiakos

(UEFA Europa League)

Wednesday, 26 February  2020

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Alexandre Lacazette needed his team-mates' support to bounce back from his goal drought, as the striker grabbed the winner in Arsenal's Europa League win away to Olympiakos. He went nine games without a goal before scoring against Newcastle and gave Arsenal the upper hand in their last-32 tie. Can he do it again tonight?

Watford v Liverpool

(Premier League)

Saturday, 29 February  2020

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It seems a little surprising but Watford and Liverpool have only ever played each other on a total of 33 occasions since they first met in the FA Cup on 28 January 1967. But not so surprising is the fact that the Reds have won 24 matches compared to Hornets' 5 games leaving only 4 drawn. Struggling Watford, although at home, face a mammoth task!