Festival of Football 2023

Southwell City invite you to our annual tournament, taking place on the 17th & 18th of June 2023.

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.

Click here to book a place for your team now.

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First Aid Classes for Kids and Teens

This half-term, Active4Today is offering a First Aid course tailored specifically to kids and teens, ages 7 to 16. The course covers the basics of first aid, including bumps, bleeding, burns, choking, CPR, head injuries, and allergic reactions – all in line with the KS3 National Curriculum Requirements.

Come along on Friday 17th February to Southwell Leisure Centre for an essential and comprehensive course in First Aid for Kids and Teens. Sessions are practical, fun and have lots of activities for all to enjoy. £7.50 per child/session.

Limited spaces – to book your place on the course visit www.active4today.co.uk/leisurehub

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Free Water Bottle For Every Player

This season, all junior players will again receive a free Southwell City water bottle when they register for the club for the 2022/23 campaign. We are all well aware of the environmental damage of single-use plastic bottles and we will be encouraging all players to regularly use the new bottles, helping us to dramatically reduce plastic waste and litter on match days.

Water Bottle Collection

Managers can pick up bottles from the Memorial Ground Clubhouse at weekends. Please use the form below to book and pick up and allow 24 hours, if possible, for your order to be prepared. Each team will receive enough bottles for their whole team (based on players registered on LoveAdmin)

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Subs Frozen for 2022/23 Season

No Increase in Subs for Junior Members

Times are tough right now. We are all facing unprecedented cost rises, whether it be food prices, utility bills or the cost of materials, and these continue to impact the football club as they do each individual.

However, the football club committee has agreed that for the new 2022/23 season, we’re going to keep monthly subs flat. Despite all of the pressures we’re facing, and including further improvements to both of our grounds to follow, as a community club, we want to do what we can to help.

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Free Chip Cobs For Junior Players

As promised earlier this year, we are now offering free Chips Cobs at the Memorial Ground Clubhouse as an after-match treat for all Southwell City players.

Primarily we think that this will appeal to younger players, so apologies for any older ones that play at Brinkley and might feel left out (something for the future maybe …)

Managers should use the booking form for orders which must be placed before 9.00 am on the Wednesday before each weekend’s games, allowing Emily time to order sufficient stock.

The Chip booking form will be made available every Sunday at 6 pm. It will close at 9.00 am the following Wednesday. Chip bookings will need to be made during that period for games on the following Saturday or Sunday. Please make sure you book during this period, to avoid disappointment, as later bookings will not be possible

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Matchday Volunteers Required

Southwell City Football Club is looking for people to volunteer on a matchday. Roles include turnstile operator, car park attendant and matchday steward.

Volunteering at the club is an excellent way to make new friends, build your CV, expand your professional network with new contacts and perhaps even get a vital reference.

Food and refreshments are provided to those who volunteer, as well as free admission to all home fixtures.

Interested? Email the club for further information, [email protected]

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Our New Kits Are Here!

Thanks to Hope & Glory Sportswear for supplying them. Our special shirt promotes Enlighten The Shadows, a local charity supporting mens mental health.

We took the chance to 📸 in front of a famous spot…

Our home kit will debut tomorrow, when the Zebs travel away to Aylestone Park

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SCFC Spring Training Times

Below are the spring/summer training times for the Memorial Ground. With the club now having more teams than ever, and with some days that are very congested, we have had to tweak some of the times to fit everybody in. Apologies if this does mean that your time has shifted slightly.

There are a lot of changes taking place at the MG right now. These are long-term changes that will benefit all of the younger teams and which will allow us more flexibility over training times going forward. In the short-term though it really does help if coaches can fit around this plan. Your cooperation is genuinely appreciated.


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Memorial Ground Improvements

Hi everyone

Memorial Ground Improvements

I just wanted to bring you all up to speed on some exciting new developments taking place at the Memorial Ground in April.

As many will know, with the senior teams moving to Brinkley the aim has always been to develop the Memorial Ground into our hub for junior football for 5, 7 and 9-a-side teams.

The first stage of this process will begin on Saturday 23rd April, when we start moving 5 and 7-a-side pitches in front of the clubhouse, onto what was the main first team pitch. Unfortunately the grass is not in great condition right now, and will need treatment over the summer, but we should be ready to open at least two 5-a-side pitches on this date.

The move to the new pitches ties in with work being carried out on the clubhouse. We have ripped the kitchen out and have refitted the facilities to allow Nellie at the Park to move in and take charge of all of our matchday catering.

From the 23rd, Nellie will be offering barista coffee, other hot drinks, and hot food, such as bacon and sausage cobs. She will be open all day on match days and possibly on some training nights.

Team managers will also be pleased to hear that we will now also be offering complimentary hospitality for home and away teams on match days. Free chip cobs will be available for all teams after games. We are sure all of our young players will love this after match treat. And you can invite the away team along too. We will set up a simple booking system for you to use to take advantage of this new facility.

Another new development will be Friday Night Football, which we hope to introduce when the weather is nice over the summer. The plan is to open the clubhouse, lay on some football for the kids, and open the bar and BBQ for the adults. More to come on this shortly.

Finally, we are back to training on grass next week. With new teams coming through, and a big demand for pitch use, we are having to shuffle training times about a tiny bit to fit everybody in. I will publish the timetable over the weekend, but we do ask that managers are flexible and will go along with the plan. As you can see, the exec committee is working hard to offer a great experience for players, coaches and parents when they come down to the MG. We hope that all managers will work with us to make this club one that we are all proud of.

Have a great weekend,

On behalf of the Southwell City Exec Committee

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City’s Record Run Continues

City’s win over Linby on Saturday was an astonishing 15th consecutive win for the senior team, a new record in the history of the club. It was also the continuation of an unbeaten run that now stretches to 20 games. The current City team has now equalled the record set by John Campbell’s team of 2001/02. One more game unbeaten and that will be a new record too!

Here’s how the two teams’ records compare:

2021/22 – P20 W18 D2

2001/02 – P20 W17 D3

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