Huddersfield Town vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 0
Two late strikes from Huddersfield Town were enough to secure victory for the hosts on the opening day of the new FA Women’s National League season.
Marske United vs. Sheffield FC 4 : 0
Sheffield FC fell to a disappointing opening day defeat, writes Stuart James, as newly promoted Northern League Champions Marske United ran out comfortable 4-0 winners at the GER Stadium.
Sheffield FC vs. Glossop North End 5 : 2
Sheffield FC: Turton, Turner, Eagle, Kay, Lawrence, Hastings, Gascoigne, Dunne, Fairhurst, Gregory. Sibs: Newsham, Ingham, Mohammed, Magee, Mitcheson, Osborne.
Sheffield FC vs. Leek Town 1 : 1
Sheffueld FC: Turton, Turner, Eagle, Wright, Kay, Magee, Yates, Gascoigne, Dunne, Newsham, Gregory. Subs: Fairgurst, Ingham, Mohammed,, Hastings Hitchison, Downes,
Harworth Colliery vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 2
Sheffield FC: Turton, Turner, Kay, Mohammed, Magee, Lawrence, Roney, Yates, Osborne, Newsham, Gregory. Subs: Dunne, Hastings, Fairhurst, Ingham.
Worksop Town vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 1
Sheffield FC lost out in a short-notice friendly on Wednesday, writes Stuart James, as they were beaten 2-1 by a very familiar looking Worksop Town side.
SV Lipsia-Eutritzsch 93 vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 3
SV Lipsia 93 Eutritzsch and Sheffield FC served up a six-goal thriller to celebrate the Saxony outfit’s 125th anniversary, writes Stuart James, as the German side made a great comeback to snatch a 3-3 draw after falling behind to a two-goal deficit twice.
Sheffield FC vs. Rotherham United 0 : 3
Sheffield FC put up a good showing against a strong Rotherham United side, however a late flurry gave the Millers an emphatic looking victory, with the visitors winning 3-0.
Penistone Church vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 2
Sheffield won their first game of the 2018/19 pre-season campaign on Saturday, as they ran out 2-1 winners on another scorching hot summer’s day, beating Northern Counties East side Penistone Church.
Sheffield FC vs. Hallam FC 0 : 2
Hallam FC finally regained the Alan Cooper Memorial Trophy last Thursday, as two first half goals proved too much for a lacklustre Sheffield FC side, with the Countrymen running out deserved winners.