Hornsea Town currently run four teams consisting of the First Team, now managed by Geoff Whitehead who has taken over from James Black. The Reserves also are under new management with Den Kite and Pete Woolsey stepping into the shoes of the great Joe Palmer for the 2011/12 season and they will look to keep the progress of the team going as they prepare for the teams second season in County league Division 2. The Third Team will be plying their trade back in Division 4 after their 2010/11 season promotion and they to will be under new management, with former manager Cladingboel stepping down and being replaced by Mike Smith.
The First Team play in the Humber Premier League which was formed in 2000. The County F.A. had identified the need for a bridge between local and National League football some years ago. In 1999, as part of their Development Plan, the County F.A. emphasised the need to replace the current 'Supply' league with a new dedicated league which would place ground and playing criteria on its Member Clubs, hopefully raising standards, both playing and facilities. In January 2000, the County F.A. invited selected clubs to a meeting to form a new league. With sufficient interest shown, a further meeting was arranged and a constitution drawn up and the name Humber Premier League adopted.
The Football Association quickly recognised the League as a Supply League and now, subject to ground requirements, Member Clubs are eligible to enter the F.A. Vase. Now in its 7th season, the Humber Premier League continues to go from strength to strength. 2005/6 has seen the formation of a new division, HPL Division One. This division now allows the Humber Premier League to operate promotions and relegations with the aim to further strengthen the playing standard of the league.
When Hornsea gained entry to the Humber Premier League three seasons ago as a result of winning the East Riding County Premier League, the Reserve team had to up their standard by three divisions. It was a step to far for them at first and only the fine works of former co-managers Carl Horth and Joe Palmer stopped the decline as they steadied the team in County League Division 3 before gaining promotion back into Division 2 in 2009/10. The Thirds gained a deserved promotion to Division 4 in former manager Cladingboels last season in charge, and like the Reserves they will look to improve further under new management.
The Veterans are made up of ex Hornsea Town players, all over 37 years of age and they whilst not in a competitive league, are a fearsome bunch who win most games against other veterans and would give most lower County league teams a competitive game.