Small Actions x Lots Of People = BIG CHANGE

We are pleased to announce that the club has been awarded FA Charter Standard Community Club status for another year. Our thanks must go out to Club Secretary, Geoff Ritson, for pulling it all together and making it happen again.

Our club is growing quickly – we now have over 35 teams and more than 50 FA qualified coaches. We have some great plans to improve club facilities but we need your help.

Here are some simple and quick ways you can help Southwell City. Your one small action can help us to achieve our big plans.

Join The Lottery

By playing the City lottery you have the chance of a winning £25,000 for just £1 per week. Better still, you are contributing to the club at the same time!

This new lottery will help the club to raise much-needed funds for all aspects of the club’s development in the future and will provide the club with a steady, regular income to enable us to move forward with confidence.

For just £1 per week, you can make a real difference to YOUR club and YOUR community.

Click here to join the SCFC lottery

Join The 125 Club

Our new 125 Club has just been launched to allow individuals and businesses to show their support for the club in its 125th year. To join the club costs just £125 and all of that money will go be used to help the club to improve its facilities for the benefit of players, supporters and the whole town of Southwell.

Click here to find out more about the 125 Club

Donate Your Old Boots

Please can you dig out any clean football boots or trainers that are gathering dust in your garage. We will be holding a “boot amnesty” at our tournament this Saturday and Sunday (16th / 17th June).

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 on either day. All proceeds from the sale of boots will go to the club redevelopment fund.

Kind Regards

John Cunningham
Vice Chair