Following last night's result against Leek Town, Mark Hume has made the decision to step down as 1st team manager.
Manager Hume Steps Down
Ladies Lose To Oxford United In New Season's Opener
Sheffield FC came away empty handed from their first match of the new FA WSL2 season, but were desperately unlucky to do so.
An unfortunate Sheffield own goal just before the hour mark was the only difference between the two sides, defender Ellie Gilliatt heading the ball into her own net off a Danielle Carlton free-kick.
Preview: Oxford United (A), Sunday 24 September 2017
Sheffield FC's second full season in the FA Women's Super League kicks off this Sunday with an away trip to Oxford United WFC.
Club face tough test as Souter leaves
Sheffield FC face unbeaten Basford United at Dronfield, writes The Star’s Paul Webster, as they look to end a run of three defeats on the spin.
For the second time in three outings Club squandered a lead on Tuesday evening letting slip a 3-0 advantage to finish up on the wrong end of a 4-3 scoreline at Chasetown.
Goalkeeper Danielle Gibbons Signs For The World's First
Sheffield FC is delighted to announce it has secured the signature of the former Liverpool goalkeeper ahead of the new 2017/18 FA Women's Super League season.
Club look to put midweek disappointment behind them
Sheffield FC head to Bedworth United this weekend, writes The Star’s Paul Webster, looking to put behind them Tuesday’s disappointing 4-3 home reversal against Frickley Athletic.
Captain Cooksey Leaves Club
Manager Mark Hume has announced that Lee Cooksey is leaving the Club by mutual consent.
Club overcome Rangers to face Robins
Sheffield FC’s Under 18 side overcame a tricky hurdle at the Home of Football, as they beat a very good Hall Road Rangers ide 4-3, to progress in the FA Youth Cup.
Newcomers offer difficult test for Club
Sheffield FC host Evo-Stik League newcomers, writes The Star's Paul Webster, with Peterborough Sports the visitors to Dronfield.
Peterborough cruised to the United Counties Football League Premier Division championship last season by a 18-point margin losing just to games along the way.
South Africa’s oldest club join the club of pioneers
Sheffield FC are delighted to announce a new friendship for football as we welcome South Africa’s first & oldest football club, Savages FC into the Club of Pioneers. Now 135 years old, Savages are based in Pietermaritzburg and were formed in 1882, making them one of the true pioneers of African football.