A brave performance saw Sheffield FC just fall short on Tuesday evening, as a solitary goal saw league leaders Shaw Lane run out 1-0 winners at the Home of Football.
Plucky Club fail to ruffle Ducks' feathers
Ladies suffer another narrow Durham loss
Durham edged to a hard-fought 1-0 victory at the expense of Sheffield as Nat Gutteridge’s header claimed all three points in the FA Women’s Super League Spring Series.
Neither side dominated during an uneventful opening 45 minutes as both goalkeepers remained underworked and untested at New Ferens Park.
Drayton Game Washed Out
Sheffield FC's Evo-Stik Division One South game against Market Drayton Town has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Colliver wants Drayton repeat
Sheffield FC host Market Drayton Town on Saturday, writes The Star’s Paul Webster, as they go in search of a first win in four games.
Sheffield FC 160: Club Historian Andy Dixon (Part 2)
2017 marks the 160th anniversary of #theworldsfirst. Sheffield 160 is a bi-weekly series written by NYC based Aleks V, that goes behind the scenes of the historic club through interviews with play
Study and Improve skills with SFC, SHU and Massive UK
Exciting times for #theworldsfirst as we officially launch our international football programme for US students!
Study and improve your soccer skills in the UK city of Sheffield with The World’s First Football Club, Sheffield FC.
Ladies open Spring Series account with Lionesses victory
Sheffield FC got their FA WSL Spring Series campaign up and running with a hard-fought 2-1 win, despite a late charge from Millwall Lionesses.
Reaction wanted at tough tulips trip
Sheffield FC face a big test with a trip to third-placed Spalding United, writes The Star’s Paul Webster, who will be in buoyant mood following a 2-1 victory at play off rivals AFC Rushden & Diamonds on Tuesday.
Sheffield FC merchandise now available in city centre
Head down to Chapel Walk Sheffield to get the latest Sheffield FC merchandise in kits, heritage shirts, balls, scarves and much much more!
Future looking rosey for Flowers
The Sheffield FC - Sheffield Hallam University partnership has proven its worth, by helping develop Harry Flowers from University Football, to the heady heights Premier League.
Flowers, 20, is a centre half with a big future and is also the grandson of Wolves and England legend Ron.