U13 Girls in Fine Form

U13 Girls

City U13’s Girls are in jubilant mood right now. The team’s fine run of form continued today with a 4-2 away victory at Gedling Southbank. A new team photo was taken at the game, featuring all 15 players in the squad. It can be seen on the U13 Girls team page. Once the formalities were done, the girls relaxed and enjoyed the moment, as can be seen in the photo above!

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50 Years Ago This Month

50 years ago this month, City were crowned Champions of the Notts Alliance Division 1 after a fantastic 1970/71 season. This great team photo was taken shortly after the team was presented with the trophy in May 1971. In the background of the photo you will see the old clubhouse on the War Memorial Recreation Ground.

Over a half of a century later, it is fitting that we are able to look back at this snapshot in time and to recognise a great City team.


Back row: Tony Todd (Manager), David Rogers, Michael Stocks, Patrick Johnson (Secretary & Treasurer), Tony Bass, Kevin Grogden, Ray Rigby, Brian Kemp, Michael Pitchfork, David Butters, Henry McStoy (Chairman)

Front row: Roland Cottam, Clive Wiltshire, John Rushby (Captain), Alan Markham, David Hall, Wayne Todd (Mascot)

Missing: Ron Lynn

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Extra Goalkeeping Training with Scott Loach

Scott Loach Goalkeeoing

Scott has kindly offered to run another training session for City goalkeepers on Thursday 29th April 2021. Can all City team managers please use the form below to register their interest if a goalkeeper would like to attend this free session.

The plan is to have 2 x 1 hour sessions between 5pm and 7pm with the younger keepers having the earlier time slots. The club will confirm the exact time slot for your player once we have an idea of numbers attending.

Confirmed bookings & times:

To use the form – Click on the time slot to select it and enter your details, then press submit.


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Players required for new U21 Development Team

We’re looking into starting a men’s development team next season. If you’re U21 and want to join a club who’ll provide a proven path to men’s football, let us know & get yourself down!

Our first in-house development game takes place soon. Please contact the club, using the form below, to register your interest and get involved.

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City Goalkeepers in Safe Hands

The future of Southwell City’s young goalkeeping talent looks in safe hands — thanks to professional goalie Scott Loach.

Scott started playing football as a child for Southwell and has since gone on to make a career between the sticks. As well as representing England at U21 level, Scott has also played for numerous league teams including Watford, Ipswich, Notts County and Bradford City.

Coaching has always been an interest of Scott’s and he is now developing this side of his game by helping to bring on new generations of local goalkeepers.

As part of Southwell City commitment to offering the best possible coaching to its young footballers, Scott will be running training sessions with Southwell City goalkeepers of all ages in April. This is in addition to extra training sessions for all City players which are being organised in partnership with former Arsenal player, Lee Canoville.

Next month, Scott will be launching his own goalkeeping school for boy and girls of all ages and abilities. The first session, which is free, takes place at the Memorial Ground in Southwell on May 12th. To book a spot, or to find out more, email [email protected] Scott can also be found on Instagram as scottloachgk.

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Canoville Coaching

The club has organised extra training sessions for Southwell City teams in April with Canoville Coaching.

Sessions will take place on the main pitch at the Memorial Ground.


Date Time Team
06/04/2021 17:00 U8 Stars
06/04/2021 18:00 U14 Cardinals
06/04/2021 18:00 U9 Girls
06/04/2021 19:00 U16’s
07/04/2021 17:00 U12 Warriors
07/04/2021 17:00 U13 Girls
07/04/2021 18:00 U7’s
07/04/2021 18:00 U14 Falcons
13/04/2021 17:00 U11 Vipers
13/04/2021 17:00 U9 Sharks
13/04/2021 18:00 U12 Scorpions
13/04/2021 18:00 U14 Saracens
13/04/2021 19:00 U15’s
15/04/2021 17:00 U11 Stingrays
15/04/2021 17:00 U11 Girls
15/04/2021 18:00 U13 Panthers
15/04/2021 18:00 U9 Eagles
15/04/2021 19:00 U8 Storm

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Cup Games Announced

Southwell City cup fixtures

We are pleased to confirm that the cup competitions for the Samba Nottinghamshire Senior League will start on Saturday 17th April 2021.

The fixtures will be released shortly and will be available to view on the FA Full Time website and on southwellcity.com

In the meantime we can confirm that in the Premier Cup, Southwell City have been put into a group with Burton Joyce and Ravenshead.

Our reserve team will play in the Division 1 Cup, where they will play Kirton Brickworks and United Grays.

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Goalkeeper Training with Scott Loach

Southwell city Goalkeeper Training

Scott Loach will be running goalkeeper coaching for City keepers on April 1st and 8th 2021, from 5pm-8pm. The allocated timeslots for each team are shown below.

Timeslot Team Nr of Keepers
5-6pm U8 Stars 1
U8 Girls 1
U9 Sharks 1
U9’s 2
U9 Girls 1
U10 Eagles 1
U10 Minecrafters 1
6-7pm U11 Girls 1
U13 Girls 2
U11 Stingrays 1
U11 Vipers 1
U12 Falcons 1
U12 Scorpions 1
U12 Warriors 1
7-8pm U13 Pumas 1
U14 Cardinals 1
U14 Dynamos 1
U14 Girls 1
U14 Saracens 2
U16’s 1
U17’s 1

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COVID-19 Support

Southwell City FC has prepared a guide for visiting teams and parents/carers which can be downloaded here. (Last updated: 29/10/20)

In preparation for a return to football at the end of March 2021, our updated risk assessments and First Aid guide can be found here:

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Defibrillator in Memory of Peter Moyses

Defibrillator in Memory of Peter Moyses

A campaign to raise money for a public access defibrillator has been started by Richard Moyses & Julie Pitchford, in memory of their late father Peter, a former chairman of Southwell City FC. The defibrillator will be situated outside of the football clubhouse in the Memorial Ground.

Richard said “my father spent many years volunteering for the club in many different roles, I have strong links with scouts and the family has always supported heart charities. We as a family hope that this will benefit the football, tennis and bowls clubs, as well as the scouts and all users of the park and playground”

Having a public access defibrillator available in an emergency can be lifesaving, especially in rural areas where ambulance response times may be longer. By using a defibrillator on someone within three minutes of them going into cardiac arrest, their chance of survival is increased to around 75 per cent.

Richard & Julie have raised over half of the money needed so far to fund the cost of the defibrillator. Donations were collected by D J Hall Funeral Directors, on behalf of the family. The football, bowls and tennis clubs have also contributed towards the fund.

To make a small pledge towards this worthy cause, please visit the Just Giving page that has now been set up by Richard & Julie.

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