Gillingham Reserves vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 2
Sheffield FC Ladies Reserves took the long trip south on Saturday in preparation to face Gillingham Reserves in the quarter-finals of the FA Women’s Premier League Reserve Cup the following day. Manager Zoe Johnson was forced into just one change from the side that played brilliantly again
Rotherham United vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 8
The ladies first team progressed to the semi-finals of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Women’s Challenge Cup for the sixth consecutive season thanks to an 8-2 victory over FA Women’s Premier League neighbours, Rotherham United, at Roundwood Sports Club. Having been frozen off the previous
Leek Town vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 2
Sheffield FC had to come from behind to earn what manager Jordan Broadbent described as “the best point of the season”, writes Stuart James, as they battled to a 2-2 draw at promotion chasing Leek Town.
Sheffield FC vs. Newcastle Town 0 : 3
Sheffield FC fell to their third successive defeat on Saturday, writes Stuart James, as second placed Newcastle Town completed a comfortable double over a very disappointing home side.
Sheffield FC vs. Dearne & District 4 : 2
A somewhat lacklustre performance from Sheffield saw them claim all three points from a scrappy game in which they almost threw away a vital two-goal lead against Dearne and District.
Farsley AFC vs. Sheffield FC 4 : 2
It may be a well-worn cliché, but it really was a game of two halves at Throstles Nest on Tuesday night, writes Stuart James.
Leicester City WFC vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 8
Sheffield FC Ladies safely negotiated their way past Leicester City WFC to book a place in the Third Round Proper of this season's FA Women's Cup thanks to a 8-0 win at the Foxes new base in Braunstone.
Spalding United vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 0
A long and frustrating day for all concerned with the Red and Black, writes Bill Towning, as Sheffield’s dismal away form continued despite a strong second half showing.
Sheffield Sixes vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 5
Sheffield's first game of 2015 was an away fixture against their closest neighbours, Sheffield Sixes.
Sheffield FC vs. Stocksbridge Park Steels 3 : 2
Sheffield FC nearly paid a costly price for not converting a myriad of chances, writes Stuart James, as local rivals Stocksbridge Park Steels almost stole a late – and very unlikely – point in the Boxing Day fixture.