City Win NSL Senior Cup in Style

Congratulations to our Men’s First Team after an emphatic victory in the NSL Senior Cup Final yesterday.

City ran out 6-1 winners against Stapleford Town. What a win and what a great way to sign off a strong season!

Goals came from Nussey (3), Caudwell (2) & Law. Stapleford finished with 9-men.

NSL SENIOR CUP WINNERS!! Our first trophy since 2002! Super stripes ⚫️⚪️🏆

A match report and lots of photos can be found on the excellent Around The Grounds blog.

Presentation Day Success

The club’s Junior Presentation Day took place yesterday at the Memorial Ground and proved to be an enjoyable day for everybody who took part.

In total, we had 26 junior teams receiving medals and trophies.

Well done to all managers, coaches and volunteers who have made for another enjoyable season for the club.

Thank you to all of our players, parents and carers for your continued dedication to Southwell City FC.

Southwell Sixes Tournament 2019

HURRY – LAST FEW PLACES LEFT!

Southwell City invite you to our annual 6-A-Side tournament, taking place on the 22nd & 23rd of June 2019.

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.

Boys / Mixed

June 22nd

U7, U8 = 5v5
U9, U10, U11, U12 = 6v6

Application form: Southwell Sixes and Tournament Southwell Festival of Football – June 2019

LATEST UPDATE: A few spaces left in most age groups for the boys tournament. U9 & U12 Boys are FULL.

Girls

June 23rd

U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14 = 6v6

Application form: Southwell Girls Tournament – June 2019

LATEST UPDATE: Most age groups are now FULL for the girls tournament. Please contact us for any late availablity.

Juniors Presentation Day

Please come along and join us for the biggest Southwell City Presentation Day yet. We will be holding our Presentation Day at the Memorial Ground, Southwell with lots of fun for all.

JUNIOR TEAMS PRESENTATION DAY – SATURDAY 18th MAY 2019
10.30 A.M – 4 P.M

  • Hot & Cold refreshments available all day Licensed Bar
  • Recruitment Stall for new players
  • Burgers, sweet stall, cake stall and soft drinks
  • Fun events including bouncy castle, penalty shoot out, stocks
  • Everybody Welcome

Football Boot Amnesty

Please can you dig out any clean football boots that are gathering dust in your garage. We will be holding a “boot amnesty” at our Presentation Day this Saturday (18th May).

The football club has already collected a number of pairs of boots that are available to purchase from just £5. Many of these boots are in excellent condition and are often only lightly used due to players growing out of them.

Boots can be donated directly to our stall in front of the clubhouse, or behind the bar if arriving before 10.00am on Saturday. All proceeds from the sale of boots will go to the club redevelopment fund.

So come down on Saturday, bringing your old boots and maybe you will be able to grab a bargain new pair at the same time!

Champions Looking To Recruit

Southwell City’s successful U14 girls football team is looking for new players to help boost the squad for next season. Managed by Dan Cousins, the team has been playing together for a few seasons now. Last year the girls were Division 2 Champions in the Nottinghamshire Ladies and Girls League.

The team currently train in Southwell between 6.15 and 7.15pm on a Monday night. Matches take place on Sunday mornings.

Players who are interested in joining the team when they move to U15 next season should contact Dan on 07905 709528.

Pictured:
Back: Kheren Deone, Mia Buckle, Ellie Buckle, Mollie Harris, Cassie Tavernor, Gracie Garratt,
Front: Mia Shreeves, Abigail Cousins, Jess Johnstone, Martha Buttle, Elle Mae Alvey,
Absent: Beatrice Buller and Paige Appleby.

City Coaches Aim for Next Level

Southwell City Football Club with shortly have seven new FA Level 2 coaches as the club continues in its objective of offering the highest level of coaching to all players within the club.

At present, grassroots football teams are only required to use coaches with a minimum FA Level 1 coaching qualification. Last year, the club took the decision to try and raise the standard at Southwell City, with the aim of offering the highest quality coaching possible.

Seven coaches are expected to complete their FA Level 2 qualification in Spring 2019. They are Alastair Baird, Chris Barnes, John Cunningham, Jonny Upton, Mitch Annable, Paul Muckle and Richard Miller. These coaches are involved in boys, girls and adult football at the club. Going forward, the club will be asking any new coaches to also consider studying for this higher qualification.

The Level 2 course is taken in three blocks and part of the process involves coaches being observed by the FA at training sessions and on match days.

City’s Vice Chair, John Cunningham, said “We have some great people, who are giving up many hours of their own time to try and be better football coaches, for the benefit of players of all ages at Southwell City. Rich Wilson must be thanked for his vision and for working closely with Steve Thompson from the FA to deliver a bespoke course for this group of dedicated, volunteer coaches.”

Pictured L to R: Steve Thompson (The FA) and Rich Wilson (Southwell City FC)

Nottinghamshire Senior League – Latest Results & Fixtures

Southwell City’s First Team currently plays in the Nottinghamshire Senior League. Here are the latest results from the division.

Latest Results


League Table


Upcoming Fixtures


New Sponsors for City U12 Girls

Southwell City FC Under 12 Girls have a new shirt sponsor for season 2018-19 thanks to the generosity of one of the player’s parents, Richard Harris of Chem Dry Central. The age group now has two teams, named the Cavaliers and the Roundheads to reflect the history of the civil war in Southwell.

The Roundheads in their first full season have just won promotion to the first division with the Cavaliers hoping to follow them soon, after narrowly missing out in the autumn

Richard’s daughter Lois plays for the Cavaliers and is their top scorer this season. He has graciously bought shirts, shorts and socks for all 25 players across both squads. His company Chem Dry Central have been providing superior carpet & upholstery cleaning services to Southwell, Newark & surrounding areas for over 20 years. For a free no obligation quotation call 01636 499573 or visit www.chemdrycentral.com

The team are also financially supported by a parent of one of the Roundheads team, Julian Benton of The Earl of Chesterfield Public House on Manor Lane, Shelford. His daughter Olivia ‘Grape’ Benton is one of the joint captains of the team and Julian has generously hosted events at his pub in order to raise funds for the teams to help buy team equipment.

The Earl of Chesterfield is a great family pub near the banks of the Trent and bookings can be made by calling 0115 9332227 or visiting www.theearlofchesterfield.co.uk

Both teams are always on the lookout for new players (as are the under 11s) so if you’re in year 5, 6 or 7 and want to give football a try at our training sessions on Mondays & Thursdays please contact the Cavalier’s Coach Chris Barnes on 07870928233 or [email protected]. In fact the club has teams for girls of all ages from key stage 1 right through to seniors. For more information contact the girls development officer Sven Richards on 07818274336 or [email protected]

Pictured:

Back row (Left to Right): Isla Smail, Isobel Carey, Louise Talik, Evie Wollacott, Georgina Learmonth, Lizzie Dugand, Lois Harris, Alice Wray, Emelia Baird, Emily Leitheiser, Tara Fogarty, Emilie Jones

Middle row: Emmie Toomer, Hope Barnes, Evie Campbell, Cerys Racher, Freya Bostock, Mia Righton, Olivia Benton, Eve Saravanamuttu, Catharine Farnill

Front Row: our team mascots Liberty & Poetry sporting their team shirts

Absent: Edie Kelly, Alana Priestley, Olivia Taylor-Dykes, Kelsey-Ann Mear