Crest of Hereford Football Club


The Bulls

Hereford Football Club, nicknamed “The Bulls,” is a non-league football club based in Hereford, Herefordshire.

Established in 2014, they currently compete in the Vanarama National League North, which is part of the sixth tier of English football. The team calls Edgar Street their home ground.

Hereford FC, formed in 2015 from the dissolution of Hereford United, made an immediate impact in non-league football. Playing at the historic Edgar Street and retaining the nickname ‘The Bulls’, the club joined the Midland Football League for the 2015/16 season. Their debut season was marked by a league and cup double and winning the Herefordshire FA County Challenge Cup, culminating in a significant turnout of 21,000 supporters at the FA Vase final at Wembley.

The momentum continued with Hereford FC winning the Southern League South & West title in their second season with 107 points, retaining the Herefordshire FA County Challenge Cup, and winning a ‘Champions v Champions’ match against Royston Town. The club achieved a hat-trick of promotions by clinching the Southern League Premier title in 2017/18, advancing into The National League setup. This season also featured their best FA Cup run since reforming, including a notable match against Fleetwood Town.

Adjusting to the National League North posed challenges, with several managerial changes and mid-to-lower table finishes. The 2020/21 season saw a run to the FA Trophy final at Wembley. Improvement came in the 2021/22 season with a mid-table finish. A memorable highlight in the first half of the 2022/23 season was a televised FA Cup match against Portsmouth, following shortly after the passing of Hereford United legend Ronnie Radford.