Wealdstone have confirmed that Nick Archer has been appointed as their new Vice Chairman.
Archer is an enthusiastic and respected football man with more than 30 years’ experience at various non-league Clubs. He has a deep knowledge of National League football and is comfortable networking and ‘talking football’ at all levels.
He started at grassroots level in Sussex, joining the committee of Spartan South Midlands side Harpenden Town when he relocated to Hertfordshire in 1996. He became Chairman in 2001 a position he held for five seasons.
He moved to St Albans City in 2007 becoming a Director in 2009 and Chairman in 2012.
He oversaw a period of success at Clarence Park, including two appearances in the First Round Proper of the FA Cup and promotion from the Southern League to National League South via a memorable play-off final in May 2014.
Archer will officially join Wealdstone today and will support their incoming Chairman, with a particular focus on additional marketing and commercial activity.
The new Chairman will be announced, as previously notified, after 20th July.
In his day job Archer is Managing Partner of Gyoury Self Partnership, structural and civil engineering consultants in the construction industry.
He said: ‘I am delighted to be joining Wealdstone Football Club. I appreciate the history of the Club and the committed and genuine supporters. I am very much looking forward to becoming part of the next chapter of the Wealdstone story.’
Wealdstone President Paul Rumens said: ‘We welcome Nick to the Stones and we are all delighted with his appointment. Nick brings with him a wealth of football experience and he will be an integral part of our new structure going forward’
Source: Wealdstone FC