Sheffield FC vs. Bradford City 5 : 2
The ladies first team fielded a mixed XI for their first friendly of the new season, but ran out 5-2 winners over Bradford City WFC at a wet Home of Football stadium.
Sheffield FC vs. Burnley 0 : 4
Having just returned from the pre-season tour of Germany, Andy Kiwomya’s men were given a good run around by a very lively Burnley side who took full advantage of the slick surface at The Home of Football and Sheffield’s exertions of the past week, running out winners by 4 to nil.
Sheffield FC vs. Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 1 : 1
At Gosforh 3G
Borussia Dortmund XI vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 6
Report to follow on our return to England!
Auf Ashe Top-Elf vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 0
Auf Ashe Top-Elf: Glenz, Barlsch, Arogundade, Cinar, Patelschick, Zweck, Bloch, Scheider, Dutschke, Graler, Walter. Subs: Lafeider, Kirschstein, Brings.
TuS Haltern am See vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 2
22 mins Ole Töpfer 1-0
52 mins Germaine Dua 1-1
82mins Eva Batousol 1-2
Dronfield Town vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 2
At Gosforth Fields 3G
Sheffield FC vs. FC United of Manchester 0 : 0
Sheffield FC: Maxted, Ludlam, Turner, Paul, Okoye, Knowles, Lufudu, Raheem, Iglehon, Joblon ©, Gregory. Subs: Kray-Batousol, Glavin, Dua, Hird.
Maltby Main vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 1
A young Sheffield FC XI came up short against a strong Maltby Main side, writes Stuart James, as the home side ran out deserved 2-1 winners in a tough encounter at Muglet Lane.
Hallam - lost 5-6 on pens vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 1
Andy Kiwomya kicked off his tenure at The World’s First Football Club with a 1-1 draw in the World’s Oldest Derby held at The World’s Oldest Football Ground, writes Stuart James, however it was the Countrymen of Hallam FC who held their nerve to retain the Alan Cooper Barstool T