SCFC Playing Kit Order Form

Southwell City team managers can now order playing kit for the upcoming season. Please follow these instructions to ensure a smooth ordering process:

Ordering Process

  1. Download the order form: SCFC Kit Order Form
  2. Complete the form with all required details.
  3. Send the completed form to [email protected]

Important Dates

  • Submission deadline: July 14, 2024
  • Expected delivery: End of August

Key Points

  • Allocate kit to individual players by adding names for each set ordered.
  • You may order for players in the process of signing, provided you include their names.
  • Do not order spare kit. Best Sports, will maintain a stock of spare kit for new players throughout the season.

Sizing Information

  • Sizing samples will be available at Best Sports next week.
  • Use our size guide to help choose the correct kit.

Goalkeeper Kit

Available in two colours:

  • Orange
  • Volt Yellow

Additional Kit Options

A full range of Nike training kit and leisurewear will be available to order online from our new kit partner KitKing. We’ll provide more information on this soon.

Need Assistance?

If you encounter any issues or have questions, please contact us as soon as possible, and we’ll be happy to help.

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City to Host Female-Only Referee Course in September

Southwell City FC is excited to announce that we will be hosting a female-only FA Referee Course on Thursday, 12th September from 6pm-9pm (classroom session) and Sunday, 15th September from 9am-5pm (practical and classroom session) at our home clubhouse in Brinkley.

This course, organised by the Nottinghamshire FA, is a fantastic opportunity for girls and women interested in becoming licensed grassroots football referees. It is the only female-only course being offered by Notts FA in their upcoming series of referee training.

The FA Referee Course equips new referees with the key skills and knowledge needed to referee grassroots 7v7, 9v9 and 11v11 matches safely and effectively. It involves:

  • 11 hours of face-to-face training mixing classroom and on-pitch practical sessions
  • Online modules on the Laws of the Game and safeguarding
  • Refereeing 5 matches to complete the qualification

During the face-to-face training, participants will learn how to:

  • Communicate decisions effectively
  • Manage restarts like kick-offs, free kicks, and throw-ins
  • Position yourself as the referee and assistant referee
  • Recognise fouls and misconduct
  • Issue cautions and learn sending off techniques
  • Deal with inappropriate behaviour
  • Build rapport with players and coaches

After completing the course and 5 match assessments, newly qualified referees are invited to a ‘call-back’ celebration where they receive their official certificate and county FA referee badge. Ongoing training and development opportunities are then available as you progress in your refereeing career.

We encourage all females aged 14 and over who love football to consider taking this step into refereeing. To register for the 12th and 15th September course at Southwell City FC’s Brinkley clubhouse, visit the Notts FA booking page in order to reserve a place. The cost of the course is £130 per person. (For residents of Newark & Sherwood, it may be possible to claim 50% of the cost as funded support from Active4Today)

Help grow the women’s game and become a qualified referee with Southwell City FC and Nottinghamshire FA! If you have any questions, please message us and we will get back to you straight away.

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Club Welfare Officer Vacancy

Southwell City FC is looking for a new club welfare officer to help fulfil our safeguarding responsibilities to our members. As the second largest club in the County, the FA have recommended we should have two welfare officers in place. We are therefore looking for someone prepared to undertake this role alongside our current welfare officer, Chris Barnes.

A Club Welfare Officer has two key responsibilities:

  1. To be clear about the club’s responsibilities when running activities for children and young people. This involves:
    • Ensuring these responsibilities are well understood by others
    • Working with the Youth League Welfare Officer
    • Working with the County FA (CFA) Welfare Officer and other CFA staff as appropriate
    • Helping to develop best-practice processes and promoting The FA’s Respect Programme
  2. To help club personnel understand what their ‘duty of care’ towards children and young people actually means and entails on a day-to-day basis

It is essential that a Club Welfare Officer is perceived as being approachable, having a child centred approach and the ability to maintain this perspective when carrying out their role.

The type of person that would make a good Club Welfare Officer is someone who:

  • Always puts children’s welfare first
  • Is a good communicator
  • Has a common-sense approach
  • Is willing to learn and seek advice
  • Is over the age of 18
  • Is committed to working collaboratively within footballs designated persons’ network

The role would particularly suit anyone with professional child protection expertise, such as someone who is or was a police officer, teacher or social worker or other role with similar responsibilities.

If you need any further information about the role of a welfare officer, full details are available on by clicking on Welfare Officer FAQs under the Welfare Officer section and also on the Respect pages under ‘My Role’; simply click on Welfare Officer.

Essential requirements of the post:

  • Experience of dealing or working with young people
  • Knowledge and understanding of safeguarding children issues
  • A good communicator in a variety of situations with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Committed to and ability to abide by The FA Rules and Regulations and promote The FAs Respect programme and safeguarding children education programme
  • Empathy when dealing with individuals, sometimes in demanding situations
  • Ability to listen and assess situations fairly
  • Ability to handle confidential information sensitively and with integrity
  • Reasonable level of administration experience and how to deal with confidential documentation
  • Willingness to attend in-service training facilitated by either The FA or the local County FA

Desirable skills for the role:

  • Knowledge and understanding of grassroots football
  • Access to the internet
  • Ability to use Emails

In addition, anyone considering the role will have to be prepared to undertake the following:

  • Complete an ‘accepted’ CRB check via The FA CRB Unit (managed by the club)
  • Completed The FA Safeguarding Children Workshop (free online course)
  • Completed The FA Welfare Officer Workshop (free online course)
  • Prepare to be vetted as suitable for appointment to the role by the club’s executive committee
  • Be a member of and attend the monthly executive committee meetings
  • Participate (in person or online) with the Notts FA quarterly safeguarding reviews


Contact us now for an informal chat, we can discuss the role with you and answer any questions.

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100 Club Results – May 2024

Southwell City’s 100 Club allows members to support the club whilst entering a draw to win a cash prize every month.

This Month’s Winners

1st Prize – £150 –  Aaron Ferenc
2nd Prize – £100 – Joe Sargison
3rd Price – £50 –  Steve Tooley

2024 Winners

April – 1. Amy Smith 2. Pat Johnson 3. Joe Ness
March –
1. Ben Selby 2. Ed Munton 3. Ben Kastenbauer
February – 1. Jeff Tyler 2. Ben Kastenbauer 3. Stephen Tooley
January – 1. Ed Munton 2. Rich Berridge 3. Jay Archer

2023 Winners

December – 1. Oli Webster 2. Edward Clark 3. Harry Brown
– 1. Ben Selby 2. Liam Gleeson 3. Chris Bowles
October – 1. Jayne Taylor 2. Fraser Bricknell 3. Tom Tyler
September – 1. Jordan Barnes 2. Dylan Lee 3. Joe Sargison

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Pan-Disability Open Day

The club is delighted to be holding a Pan-Disability open day on April 28th, with the long term aim of creating one or more teams to represent Southwell City FC! ⚽ 🦓


We are welcoming all players with a sensory, learning or physical disability to come along and join Southwell City FC in a safe and inclusive environment.

Players of all ages and abilities are welcome. Have fun, make friends, play football.

WHERE: War Memorial Ground, Bishops Drive, Southwell, NG25 OJP

WHEN: 28th April 2024, 10am – 1pm

GET IN TOUCH: Rich Berridge – Head of Disability Football, 07947 439680 or email: [email protected]

This is a free football session delivered by fully qualified coaches.

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McLeod appointed Reserve Team Manager

Southwell City are delighted to announce the appointment of Max McLeod as our reserve team manager, taking over from Brett Bramwell in the summer.

Max, 26, is currently a coach within the Nottingham Forest educational programme and has recently completed his UEFA B license. After a decent playing career and aspirations to move into coaching senior football, he can’t wait for the opportunity.

“Southwell is a great club, with brilliant people and I can’t wait to be part of the setup next season. Brett has done a great job & I’m really looking forward to building on that.”

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Easter Groundhop 2024

A unique Groundhop opportunity where you can see four local UCL sides on the same day!

Newark and Sherwood will host Lincoln United, who have aspirations for the league title. KO is 12:30.

Afterwards, a short journey to Brinkley will see Southwell host old rivals Newark Town. KO is 16:00 to allow for travel between games.

There will be a variety of food options, alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks & merchandise available to purchase at both grounds.

Matchday programmes can be pre-ordered when you purchase your ticket.

The discounted dual-ticket price of £8 gives a 27% discount if bought separately.

Your ticket and programme voucher will be your receipt from this purchase.

Click here to book your tickets online now

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Festival of Football 2024

Southwell City invite you to our annual tournament, taking place on the 22nd & 23rd of June 2024.

We aim to provide an enjoyable day in a picturesque setting right in the heart of historic Southwell. There will be plenty of parking, food, refreshments and other fun attractions.

Format will be as follows:

Saturday 22nd June – BOYS
10:00 am until 1.00 pm  – U7 (5-a-side), U9 (6-a-side), U11 (6-a-side)
2.30 pm until 5.30 pm – U8 (5-a-side), U10 (6-a-side), U12 (6-a-side)

Sunday 23rd June – GIRLS
10:00 am until 1.00 pm  – U7/8 (5-a-side), U9/10, U11/12 (both 6-a-side)
2.30 pm until 5.30 pm – U13/14 & U15/16 (both 6-a-side)

Entry fee is £30 per team
Season 23/24 ages, also it’s a grassroots tournament so no academies or JPL sides please!


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Vacancy – Reserve Team Manager (Step 7)

Southwell City is looking for an enthusiastic manager/coach to take the reins of the men’s reserve team, which is currently playing in the NSL Premier Division (Step 7).

The successful candidate will be invited to shadow the current reserve team manager for the rest of this season, before taking charge when he steps down at the end of the 23/24 season.

The team is having a good season. They currently sit in the top half of the table and are in the semi-finals of the Notts Senior Cup. We are looking for a manager that can continue to build on the progress that has been made so far.

Whoever comes in will play an important role in supporting player transition from the reserves to the first team (Step 6) and from our development team (Step 8). They will become part of a tight-knit senior management team that works together for the benefit of the club and the players who play for it.

Ideally, the candidate will have at least a Level 2 coaching qualification (UEFA C). However, support will be given to the right candidate if they are not currently qualified to this level.

This is a volunteer role.

Current reserve team manager, Brett Bramwell, had this to say about the opportunity at Southwell City:

“After two successful seasons it’s time to step away and spend the added time with my young family.

Southwell City is a fantastic environment to challenge yourself and the facilities are second to none in the local area.

The squad is in a great place following promotion and a stable first season at Step 7. It is now ready to kick on again under new management and challenge the leading clubs at the top end of the division along with the opportunity for cup success.

The potential at Southwell City is huge and the opportunity to be part of that was a big pull.

I’ll be sad step away from a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging role but there are solid foundations in place for further success in the coming seasons. It will be a pleasure to watch on as a spectator at the future progress of the team and of the club as a whole.”

If you are interested in the role or would like further information, please apply directly to club chairman John Cunningham by email: [email protected]

Closing date for applications: 03/03/24

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New SCFC Environmental and Sustainability Policy

Our new Environmental and Sustainability Policy has now been published.

Here at SCFC, we recognise the importance of sustainability within our local community and seek to minimise our own impact on the environment while encouraging all those who engage with the club to do the same. It is only by working together that we can make a meaningful, positive impact and secure a more sustainable future for us all.

Click here to download a copy of the policy document

The intention is to update the document regularly, as the club continues to adopt new greener policies. Many thanks to Dr Stephen Ball for his work on this initial draft of the policy.

Please contact the club is you would like to be involved in the practical development of this policy in any way.

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