Please be advised that the Club will reopen today 23rd July, at 4pm. The Club is now back to normal services, the bars are now open for members to purchase their own drinks.
Members can still wear masks (if they are so inclined) and Hand Sanitizer will still be made available for members use.
In 1926 Jack Hatfield and his partners owned 12 acres of land. He and his partners then sold 5 acres to the Middlesbrough Employees Sports Club.
The Full Members of the former Middlesbrough Employees Sports Club sold the land to George Wimpey in February 2002 who proposed to build houses on the 5 acre site. After a long struggle, a compromise was reached in that flats would be built on part of the land and the remaining land donated to Middlesbrough Council. George Wimpey agreed to partially fund the construction of a new Club on the land which had been donated with the former Associate Members finding the remainder of the cost.
The new Sports Club was became Jack Hatfield Sports and Social Club in 2006. The new building was officially opened in 2007 by Ray Mallon, then Mayor of Middlesbrough.
The Club has has a range of facilities such as, indoor games facilities, a fitness room, bowling green and football pitch for junior football.
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