Red House Farm FC was formed in 1990 by Barry Mann and Davie Scott with help from their respective wives Moira and Helen.
Initially we started with 4 players but quickly built up the numbers to allow the club to enter 2 teams into local leagues for the 1991 – 92 season. We started playing friendly games on Saturday mornings using firstly Regent Farm school and then Broadway West Playing Fields. Once we joined the leagues we had to start playing our games on a Sunday. Our first season saw success for both teams in cup competitions winning both U10 & U11 NFA Central Youth Division cups and the U10s the Newcastle & District U10 League Cup.
The club has over the years built up the number of players and teams and for this season (2009-10) we have over 300 players ranging from 6 -19 years old. These players come together to form 24 teams.
Red House Farm JFC has helped develop a number of players who have went on to play for professional clubs, namely:

• Chris Armstrong – Bury, Oldham Ath, Sheffield United and Reading
• Andy Ferrell – Newcastle United, Watford, Hereford United
• Clark Keltie – Darlington and Rochdale
• Ross Anderson – Coventry City
• Richard Nicholson – Carlisle United
• Mark Doninger – Newcastle United
• Paul Dummett – Newcastle United
• Dan Williams – Newcastle United

In 2003 the club decided to apply for funding to build a club house. Also this year we moved our home ground from Broadway West to our present ground at Kingston Park Road. We moved from pitches where we played on after pub teams to pitches where we were the only users. The local authority secured funding of £120,000 to put a sand based drainage system into the pitches. After gaining planning permission the club applied for, and was successful in gaining, a grant of £427,000 from the Football Foundation and £100,000 from the Arts & Trust Council to enable the club to commence the building of the club house. The total cost of the project was £612,000.

As part of the grant application the club had to gain Charitable Status which we did in April 2004 and the FA Charter Standard Status which was achieved in July 2003. The building work commenced in June 2007 and our club house opened in January 2008. We were honoured to have officially open the Club House in November 2007.

The club would like to thank everyone who has managed or helped in any way over the years to allow us to be in the position we are at present. A special thanks to all those players who over the years have worn the colours of Red House Farm and for bringing enjoyment to hundreds of people.