James Hardy
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James Hardy

James Hardy (born 5 May 1996) is an English footballer who plays as right winger for AFC Fylde.

Youth Career

Started his career with Manchester City.

AFC Fylde

Joined AFC Fylde in October 2015 following a successful trial. Made his debut against Coleshill Town in the FA Cup. Signed a new contract in August 2017, keeping him with the club till 2019.


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James Hardy


Right Backs

Josh Ezewele
20 years old

Right Wingers

James Hardy
21 years old

Att Midfielders

17 years old
Ground Mill Farm
Capacity 6,000
Address Fleetwood Road,
More Info Mill Farm is the home of AFC Fylde who play in the English Football League with a capacity of 6,000.

Mill Farm also has 3G pitches for both football and hockey.

Located four miles away from Fylde's old ground Kellamergh Park, the state-of-the-art stadium was build in 2016.

The complex also has an Aldi supermarket, a hotel, a restaurant, a petrol station, community sports pitches and sports science facilities.

AFC Fylde

AFC Fylde are a professional football club who are members of the National League and play their home games at Mill Farm in Wesham.

Originally known as Kirkham & Wesham following a merger of Kirkham Town and Wesham in 1988, the club changed its name to AFC Fylde in 2008 after winning the FA Vase.

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