2011 - 2013
2013 - Present
2001 - League stage. Did not qualify for knock-out stage.
2002 - League stage. Did not qualify for knock-out stage.
2003 - League stage. Did not qualify for knock-out stage.
2004 - 3rd placing.
2005 - 4th placing.
2006 - 3rd placing.
2007 - League stage. No knock-out stage that year.
2008 - Quarter Finals
2009 - 4th placing.
2010 - Quarter Finals
2011 - League stage. Did not qualify for knock-out stage.
* 2011 was HFC's last Agape Cup Season
Did you know?
HFC first started with a kick about in June 2000 at Bishan Park by 6 blokes who were to go on to be HFC's 'Founding Fathers' :- Ian Morris, Alan Tan, Mahesh, Daniel Loh, Asha'ari (Ash) & Eddy Sieow
HFC were first known as the Blacks in 2007 when they adopted black as their home kit.
Detailed game and player records began in January 2010 when HFC launched their website.
Funmart were HFC's first ever sponsor when they sponsored the inaugural Player of the Season award in 2012.
HFC became Hilderinc Football Club in January 2013 when their officially changed their name after 13 years as Harvester Football Club.
Dubliner Irish Pub became HFC's first ever kit sponsor in February 2013.
HFC's first official game was a 3-0 win on 16 July 2000 at St. Wilfred Field
HFC's biggest defeat was a 9-0 thrashing
HFC's biggest win was a 14-0 crushing of a poor young boys team
HFC's first competitive game was a 4-3 win over Emmanuel A/G in the Agape Cup 2001
HFC's biggest competitive defeat was a 7-1 loss in the ESPZEN League Cup Plate Quarter in February 2012
HFC's biggest competitive win was a
Logaraj Sundram is the first HFC player to have scored a hat trick on his competitive debut when he netted thrice against Smartmat FC in ESPZEN Sunday League 16
Gopal Peethamabaran is the first and only HFC goalkeeper to have scored a goal in open play when he netted with a first time volley in a ESPZEN Sunday League 17 clash in March 2012Logaraj Sundram is the first player to be named HFC Player of the Season when he won the inaugural award at the end of the ESPZEN Sunday League 17 season
The First HFC team of 2000-2001 consisted of six Japanese players along with an Italian coach
The Second HFC team formed in 2002 was made up of players who responded to invitation for trials posted on Sammyboy.com
The Third HFC team was formed ahead of the ESPZEN Sunday League 17 in March 2012 with the beginning of introduction of foreign players
4 pair of brothers who have played for HFC:1. Eddy & David Sieow 2. Thenna & Mani 3. Thomas & Daniel Goh 4. Kenny & Eric Lee
2 pair of cousins have played for HFC: 1. Benny Ng & Leonard Chua 2. Ian Morris & Jeevan T Kannu
10 former Whitley Secondary School Players who have for HFC: Thenna, Ronald Chai, Leslie Eng, Jeffery 'Beckham' Ng, Yen Yew, Thomas Goh, Stanley Goh, Simon Kwah, Jason Lu and Vincent Chia
Thomas Goh is the first player to have played in all possible positions for HFC when he played in goal in August 2010. Jason Lu is the other player to have played in all positions for HFC.