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The Green, Stotfold
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Stotfold Football Club Fund Raiser - RACE NIGHT

We held a Race Night at Roker Park on Sat 14th November 2015. Sponsored by 'MyLocal Sports'

For a printable (PDF) poster, click here. (and help us advertise the event by displaying it!)


Annual Bonfire and Firework Display

Stotfold Football Club would like to thank everyone who supported the recent Bonfire & Firework Display at Roker Park. It was another terrific bonfire and excellent firework display.

Special thanks go to all those who helped in any way to make this annual community celebration a success.


Charity Football Match STOTFOLD XI v. ARSENAL Charity Team - Sunday 19th July 2015

A huge thank you to all who helped or supported at the weekend to make the Celebrity match a great success. A total of 1460 was raised with 1000 going to Keech Hospice Care and the remainder to the Arsenal Foundation as agreed by them.

Match Report Photos


SFC Awards 2014-15 season

Clubman of the Year (Charlie Kirkham Trophy) Margaret Richardson
1st Team Player of the Year Ryan Ellis
2nd Team Player of the Year Nick Thomas
U18 Academy Player of the Year Jake Long
1st Team Players Player of the Year Adam Harpur
2nd Team Players Player of the Year Martin Chappell
U18 Academy Players Player of the Year Charlie Joy
Academy Award (John Philbin Trophy) Michael Simpson
1st Team Leading Goalscorer (Ian Allinson Trophy) Adam Pennington
2nd Team Leading Goalscorer (Ken Waylett Trophy) Carl Albon
Academy Leading Goalscorer Charlie Joy
Sportsman's Trophy (Arthur George Trophy) Billy Welch


2015 Easter Draw

These are the WINNERS (pdf file) of the 2015 Stotfold Football Club Easter Draw. Thanks to all who bought tickets or donated prizes.


Manager steps down

After three years at the helm, Steve Young has stepped down as Stotfold Manager citing a lack of commitment by players as the reason behind his decision.

After a poor start last season Stotfold turned their season around reaching three cup finals and climbing clear of relegation when they looked doomed at xmas. As Chairman Phil Pateman explained "League results have been much improved this season but team selection has been severely hampered by last minute unavailability particularly in midweek. This was bought to a head last week when several players dropped out of a cup tie at Wembley resulting in a heavy defeat. However, Steve had already indicated he was considering stepping down in a discussion we had on New Years Eve. Everyone at the club wishes Steve well and we would like to thank him for his valuable contribution to the club during what is a period of change with the impending move to Arlesey Road."

Commenting on his decision Steve Young said "I have enjoyed my time at Stotfold and wish them every success in the future. I feel I have taken the club as far as I can at this time and think the club might benefit from a fresh approach."

The club have acted swiftly and announced the appointment of ex-Colchester United player and current Academy Manager Rob Bates as manager until at least the end of the season. Michael Parkin continues in his coaching role. On the appointment Pateman added "I am delighted Rob has agreed to take the Managers position. It is important that we retain some stability and he will bring that to the club with several Academy players already integrated into the squad. I expect him to be able to attract some much needed experience to the team in the weeks ahead. The most important thing is that we develop a squad of players totally committed to the club. After a period of stagnation we are about to enter an exciting period culminating in the move to new premises and we can only do this successfully if we are all singing from the same hymn sheet."

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