After a fine extra time win at Brigg in the Doodson Sport Cup Sheffield FC return to home soil for the first time in 2013 this weekend when Halesowen Town are our visitors. With a win at Kidsgrove & draw at Mickleover in the previous matches Club are on the up in terms of form and 12 goals in 3 games, away from home, b
Preview - Halesowen make their first trip to BT Local Stadium.
Woolley's 200 up
On Tuesday evening Steve Woolley made his 200th competitive appearance in Club colours in the Doodson Sport Cup at Brigg Town. In doing so he joins a select list, including legends such as Mickey Stewart, Roy Bagworth, Craig Worsfold, Gavin Smith, Geoff Robinson and current team-mate Matt Roney, to have reached this landmark.
Brigg Town next up in the Doodson Sport Cup
After ending 2012 with a whimper and starting 2013 with a pair of good results tonight we travel to face Brigg Town in the Doodson Sport Cup.
Ladies to Face Manchester City in Next Round
The draw for the Third Round Proper of the FA Women's Cup was made this morning, and has paired Sheffield FC Ladies with FA Women's Premier League National Division side, Manchester City LFC.
Mitchell Happy as Ladies Progress
Sheffield FC Ladies safely negotiated a very tough Second Round Proper tie in the FA Women’s Cup to book their place in the next round thanks to a 2-1 win against league rivals Blackburn Rovers.
Wit bemoans two dropped points
Manager Ian Whitehorne was understandably disappointed after our 3-3 draw at Mickleover Sports on Saturday, and we caught up with him to gauge some after-match reaction, in which he described the game as “the good, the bad and the ugly”:
Tough Opener to 2013 for Ladies
The first team could hardly have a tougher opening to the year as they begin their FA Women's Cup campaign for this season against league rivals Blackburn Rovers this coming Sunday, 6 January.
New Signings arrive at Club
Sheffield's new manager Ian Whitehorne insists his side is good enough to target a play-off spot come May after hailing his talented new squad, writes Andy Dixon.
Whitehorne, confirmed this week as the permanent successor to the departed Curtis Woodhouse, has made a flurry of signings since taking over at Dronfield.
Match Preview - Mickleover Sports.
On Saturday we head down to face Mickleover Sports in another crucial game as we look to get the season back on track following a slump in form and the change to the management team. On New Year's Day we faced a similar challenge with a trip to Kidsgrove and a fine performance saw us return with 3 points. That result
Meet the new gaffer!
As everyone is no doubt aware, there is a change in the management team as 2012 draws its way to its close, as ex-Sheffield FC manager Curtis Woodhouse exited stage left, coming in from the right is a familiar face… the popular Non-League Mourinho, Ian Whitehorne.