Yesterday saw #theworldsfirst lose 2-1 to Northwich Victoria. We caught up with manager James Colliver for his reaction.
Northwich Victoria reaction
Ladies Welcome Sunderland This Sunday
With a break in FA Women's Super League fixtures due to an international window, Sheffield continue their work with a friendly against WSL1 side Sunderland AFC Ladies.
The Black Cats return to the Home of Football ahead of the FA WSL1 Spring Series kicking off in a fortnight's time.
Club looking for double over relegation haunted Vics
Sheffield FC will look to put behind them the disappointment of losing the derby against city rivals Stocksbridge Park Steels earlier in the week, writes The Star's Paul Webster, when they host next to bottom Northwich Victoria at the Coach & Horses Ground in the penultimate home game of the season.
Stocksbridge round up with James Colliver
Blank Weekend gives preparation for Derby
Sheffield FC are without a game this weekend with the next fixture the much anticipated local derby against their rivals from across the city, Stocksbridge Park Steels at Dronfield on Tuesday evening, writes The Star's Paul Webster.
Sheffield FC Education and Football Open training sessions
Open training sessions for Girls who are looking to join the Sheffield FC Education and Football
All Year 11 Girls are invited to our open training sessions for Girls who are looking to join the Sheffield FC / Sheffield Wednesday Education and Football scholarship
Colliver on Cloud Nine after Drayton win
Sheffield FC boss James Colliver says his sides 9-0 win over Market Drayton Town, puts them in a good position as they look to build for next season, writes Yorkshire Radio's Tom Feaheny.
The world’s oldest club gained the emphatic victory, with a dominant display and Colliver was thrilled with what he saw.
Sheffield FC 160: Media Editor Stuart James
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 players
Back to the roots for 1. FC Koln
Colliver to give youth a chance to prove
Sheffield FC head for Kidsgrove Athletic this weekend, writes The Star’s Paul Webster, determined to end their worse run of the of the 2016-17 campaign.