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Latest News   Pledge £50 for a special edition crowdfunder football signed by the first team squad
16th April 2014

Pledge £50 through to support our development plans and receive a special, limited edition, crowdfunder football, signed by the first team squad and, of course, the United With The Community lapel badge.

Latest News   Sutton confirmed in play-offs
15th April 2014

Sutton were confirmed as having qualified for the end of season Skrill South play-offs after Dover lost 1-0 at Eastleigh this evening. The result, which also leaves Eastleigh just one point short of clinching the championship, means that U's can now be overhauled by only Bromley, Ebbsfleet, whose game at Concord was abandoned tonight due to floodlight failure with Ebbsfleet 2-0 up, and Havant & Waterlooville, guaranteeing a top five finish.

Latest News   Crowdfunding - Signed Action Photo
15th April 2014

Donate £25 to our appeal for funds in support of the new pavilion and receive your choice of one of Paul Loughlin's superb action photos from the current season. personally dedicated to you and signed by the player involved or by Paul Doswell.  You will also get a limited edition United With The Community lapel badge.

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Latest News   Johnson the Hero as Youths Secure Final Spot
14th April 2014

Sutton goalkeeper Andrew Johnson was the hero tonight saving 4 consecutive penalties, the first in normal time and then 3 in the shoot-out, as the Youth Team won through to the Final of the Lucas Fettes Youth Cup for the third consecutive year following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes at Ryman Youth Leage South Division leaders Burgess Hill Town. Emil Salama had given Sutton an early lead but despite being reduced to nine men, the Hillians scored a late equaliser after Johnson had saved an earlier penalty. Match report here.


The Final will be against Potters Bar Town who last week beat Worthing on penalties in the other semi-final.

Latest News   Receive a photo of the first team squad signed by Paul Doswell
14th April 2014

Pledge £10 in support of our development project through and receive the limited edition lapel badge together with a photograph of the first team squad, signed by Paul Doswell with a personal dedication to you.

Latest News   Easter Monday, Pre-Match Lunch
13th April 2014

We are planning on have a pre match lunch for our last home league game of the season on Monday 21st April [Easter Monday].   The bar opens at 12 midday and lunch will start at 12.30, a three-course meal with tea/coffee and chocolates costs just £12.50 per person, so if you would like to book a place or bring along family and friends call Sylvia Holland on 0208 393 6062  or email       before Friday 18th April.  

Latest News   Crowdfunding - Limited Edition Lapel Badge
13th April 2014

Support our plans for a new community pavilion for just £5 and receive a limited edition "United With The Community" lapel badge.

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Latest News   Strikers Are Key Draw Number 15
12th April 2014

Following Jamie Taylor's brace of goals today, £3,250 was up for grabs in today's "Strikers are Key" draw, the fifteenth of the season. The draw was conducted by today's guest, boxer Ricky Boylan, and ball number 40, owned by Ian de la Mare, was pulled out of the purple velvet bag. In Ian's absence, Damian Scannell came forward to try to choose the right key, but Damian's choice failed to unlock the safe, meaning that a minimum of £3,450 will roll over to Monday week's draw after the match v Concord Rangers, a fitting climax to the "regular" home League season. Should the safe not be cracked on that day, a draw will take place on Saturday night, 10 May, during our end of season party. A ball will be pulled out of the bag and that ball's owner will scoop the lot! Now that's worth a build up...! Exciting times indeed... Up the U's!

Latest News   Sutton United 3 Ebbsfleet United 1 - full report, photos & reaction
12th April 2014

An exciting second half saw the U's come from behind to win 3-1 against potential play-off rivals Ebbsfleet with two goals from Jamie Taylor and a rare Simon Downer effort. Less good news was a hamstring injury to captain Charlie Clough which could keep him out for the remainder of the season. Full report and photos here. For post-match interviews with manager Paul Doswell and two-goal Jamie Taylor click here.

Team: Brown, John, King, Spillane, Downer, Clough(Dundas), Sawyer, Scannell, Haysman(Shitta), Taylor, McCallum(Sinclair).

The reserves, already crowned Suburban League champions, drew 2-2 at Tonbridge. Both goals came from Warren Morgan.

Latest News   U's Launch Crowdfunder Project to Support Development Plans
12th April 2014

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Well, the masterplan is finished (we will post it on the club site in the next few days) and the planning application has gone in. Exciting times, as the cliche goes, but these really are exciting times for all at SUFC and so now we really need to make a final effort to get over the line. This is where you can help.

We announced recently that the board has released a batch of shares to raise ring-fenced funds for the project, that release is going very well but there are still shares available if you would like some (e-mail for details). 

However, we are aware that not all of our fans who would like to help support the project will want to buy shares. You can also participate in the Trust's Buy A Brick scheme for £30 per brick (e-mail but now we have launched our first ever CROWDFUNDING project.

Crowdfunding is a product of the digital age, a web-based scheme that allows anybody,from anywhere far and wide, to back a scheme in any part of the world. The concept is that a lot of relatively small donations can add up to make a very significant contribution to a project. In return for the donations, the project bidding for funding offers small, unique and hopefully interesting rewards. Our rewards range from a simple lapel badge to the chance to observe a first team training session. Although the different rewards are triggered at set levels, backers can donate any amount that they want. You can even donate more than once if you fancy collecting several different rewards.

The club only receives any money if we reach the target sum, in this case £20,000, so if you make a donation and we do not reach that target you get your money back. If we make over £20,000 then we will get all of the extra sum donated - fingers crossed ! All of the funds raised through the crowdfunding site will go towards the community project.

For more details of the project and to make your donation, please go to

Latest News   Sutton v Ebbsfleet preview
11th April 2014

Two of this season's potential Skrill South play-off candidates meet at Gander Green Lane tomorrow when Sutton, currently 2nd in the table, host 4th placed Ebbsfleet. The Kent side were among the pre-season favourites for promotion but a slow start, in which they won only one of their first nine games, saw them off the pace early on. However they have since climbed the table consistently and a run of success leading up to Christmas, culminating in a 2-0 win when Sutton visited Stonebridge Road, saw them take a place among the challengers which they have held subsequently, losing just two of their thirteen league games since a defeat at champions-elect Eastleigh at the end of January.

Sutton will be looking for the one victory that should guarantee them a place in the end of season competition, having seen a 16-match unbeaten start to 2014 end at Maidenhead last week. Dale Binns is likely to remain on the injured list alongside Jamie Slabber and Marvin Williams, although it is hoped that all will play some part in the run-in to the end of the season, while Ebbsfleet, whose manager Steve Brown signed a new contract earlier this week, have no injury worries. Their side could include former Sutton reserve Chris Sessegnon, while for Sutton Dammy Shitta had a loan spell at Stonebridge Road last season and head coach Steve McKimm was a member of the side that won promotion from the Ryman League as Gravesend & Northfleet in 2002.

Tomorrow's game kicks off at 3.07 pm as football across England remembers the Hillsborough disaster 25 years ago this month, and the game will be preceded by a minute's silence in memory of the victims.

Commentary on the game is available on

Latest News   Sutton Youths Smash a Dozen Past Ks
10th April 2014

A rampant Sutton Youth side fired 12 goals without reply past bottom of the table Kingstonian tonight to consolidate their position at the top of the Ryman Youth League Central Division. Dan Haines, Emil Salama, David Lodge, Michael Rouse and an Ollie Sitch brace gave Sutton a six-goal cushion at half time before Sitch completed his hat-trick early in the second half. Salama added his second then Ben Cotton scored twice either side of an own goal whilst Josh Meek completed the rout. The night was capped off with news that second placed Whyteleafe lost at Met Police. Match report here.


The Youths return to Cup action on Monday visiting Burgess Hill Town in the semi-final of the Lucas Fettes Cup, 7.30pm kick-off, with the winners taking on Potters Bar Town in the final.

Latest News   Reserves crowned champions
08th April 2014

Having all but clinched the Suburban League championship on Saturday with victory over closest challengers Welling, Sutton's success was confirmed last night as Welling lost at Woking, meaning that James Bracken's team now cannot be caught. Congratulations to James, his coaching staff and players, who have already claimed the Champions' Cup this season and are still in contention for the Suburban League Cup and Suburban League Shield.

Latest News   U's Quartet Honoured by Surrey FA
06th April 2014

The Surrey County FA Dinner at Reigate Manor on Friday saw four U's officials pick up long-service awards.  Tony Dolbear, Dave Farebrother and Brian Williams collected 25-year awards and Bruce Eliiott received a 35-year award.  There was also a surprise, special award for Brian Williams to mark over 65 years in senior football, having started his senior playing career in 1948 when he represented the RAF against the Dutch Air Force before a career that took in Stafford Rangers and Dartford before becoming an official at Sutton.  Bruce, Tony and Dave all started out at Sutton on the Supporters' Club committee.


L to R:- Bruce Elliott, Dave Farebrother, Tony Dolbear, Brian Williams

Latest News   Maidenhead United 3-2 Sutton United - full report & photos
05th April 2014

Sutton suffered their first defeat of 2014 today as Maidenhead gave their survival hopes a big boost,scoring twice in the last twenty minutes after Jamie Taylor's second goal of the game midway through the second half had given Sutton sight of victory. Taylor's first, in the 8th minute, was a neat lob from a long Jason Brown clearance, and Sutton were the better side for long spells in the first half, only for Harry Grant to equalise for Maidenhead just before the interval after a mistake by Simon Downer. Taylor restored Sutton's lead with a deflected shot from the edge of the penalty area, but three minutes later U's attempts to catch their opponents offside at a free kick backfired and Danny Green equalised. Green scored the winner two minutes from time, cutting in along the by-line after a quickly taken corner and squeezing the ball past Brown. Full report and photos here.

Sutton now trail Eastleigh by five points after they beat Whitehawk 3-2, but U's remain second following Bromley's defeat at Havant, who now occupy the fourth play-off place.

Meanwhile Emil Salama scored twice as Sutton's reserves beat Welling 3-1 to put themselves within touching distance of the Suburban League title. Report to follow.

Latest News   Reserves continue cup progress and eye league title
04th April 2014

Three goals in the last twenty minutes, one from Ben Cheklit and two from Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick, saw Sutton's reserves come from a goal down to beat Hartley Wintney 3-1 last night and earn a long trip to Royston in the semi-final. Full report here.

The reserves can go close to securing the Premier Division championship in the Suburban League tomorrow if they beat Welling at Banstead (3pm). Victory would leave U's unable to be overtaken on points, and although both Welling and Metropolitan Police, who visit Banstead on Wednesday week, would be able to match U's points total both have an inferior goal difference.

Latest News   Sutton United 3 Havant and Waterlooville 1 - full report & photos
03rd April 2014

Despite taking an early lead through Kane Haysman the U's had to withstand a strong performance from another of the league's in-form sides and although the Hawks grabbed a deserved equaliser before the break an improved 2nd half display brought 3 more important points. Jamie Taylor restored the lead with a confident header and then Craig Dundas sealed the win with a fine low shot after being played in by the lively Gavin McCallum.

Full report and photos here.

Latest News   Youths Retain County Cup with Sitch and Salama Strikes
02nd April 2014

Sutton overcame a resilient Redhill Youth side in tonight's Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup Final at Merstham to retain the County's premier Youth Cup competition. Ollie Sitch opened the scoring early on, but it wasn't until the 76th minute that Emil Salama sealed the win with the Youth Team's 100th goal of the season and his own 50th goal for Sutton's Youth Team. Match report to follow.


Next up for the Youths is a home fixture against Whytleafe on Monday who currently lie second in the Ryman Youth League Central Division, level on points with Sutton but with an inferior goal difference.

Latest News   Paul and Gavin take awards
02nd April 2014

Manager Paul Doswell has created history this week, becoming the first manager to win a Manager of the Month award at any level of the Conference for three successive months. After Paul had picked up the January and February awards, Sutton's continuing unbeaten start to 2014 saw five consecutive wins during March, including a memorable victory at promotion rivals Bromley, and earned him the unprecedented hat-trick.

It's a double for Sutton with Gavin McCallum winning the division's Player of the Month award. Gavin scored four goals during the month, including two in the 4-0 defeat of Basingstoke and a brilliant effort to break the deadlock against Gosport three days later.

Congratulations to them both.

Latest News   Hall of Fame
02nd April 2014

Saturday's game against Bath City saw the latest three inductees to be welcomed into the club's Hall Of Fame.  This year's selections were themed around goals, and lots of them, with three of the club's five leading goalscorers of all time honoured for their marksmanship.  

Charlie Vaughan scored 248 goals in just five seasons, between 1942 and 1946 and featured in the side that won the Athenian League and Surrey Senior Cup in 1946. His record of 68 goals in one season still stands.

Ricky Kidd scored on his debut against Oxford City, later returned as a midfield player and collected an Isthmian League winners' medal as well as numerous cup winners' medals

Micky Joyce formed several lethal partnerships upfront and his individual haul of 9 goals in one game (an 11-1 win over Leathehead in 1982) also remains a club record. He also featured in most of the club's  successes of the 1980s.  

The players are photographed here receiving their Hall of Fame certificates from chairman of the board Dave Farebrother, with Charlie represented by his son John.            

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       John Vaughan                            Ricky Kidd                          Micky Joyce

For more information about all three players, and our other Hall Of Fame members, please go to  

Latest News   Youth County Cup Final Tonight
02nd April 2014

Don't forget that James Bracken's Youth Team take on Redhill in the Final of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup tonght at Merstham FC, 7.30pm kick-off. Sutton are the current holders of the Cup, having beaten Walton & Hersham in last season's Final.

Latest News   Sutton United 1-0 Boreham Wood - full report & photos
01st April 2014

A goal from Michael Spillane eight minutes from time gave Sutton a 1-0 win at home to Boreham Wood tonight. Earlier Craig Dundas had shot wide from a penalty. The result moves Sutton to within five points of leaders Eastleigh, who were held to a 2-2 draw at Bishop's Stortford, and just two points behind second placed Bromley. Report and photos here.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key Draw 14
29th March 2014

The fourteenth Strikers are Key draw took place in the Players' Bar after today's 2-2 draw with Bath City.Craig Dundas, having just played in his 300th game in Sutton colours, conducted the draw and ball number 13, owned by the "Lucky 13s" syndicate, was pulled out of the purple velvet bag. Syndicate member Sarah Bleksley's attempt to pick the right key was sadly in vain which means that a minimum of £3,000 will be up for grabs at the next draw on Sat 12 April after the game v Ebbsfleet United. The Lucky 13s syndicate wins the £50 consolation prize.Thanks as always for your tremendous support of this scheme.Up the U's!

Latest News   Sutton United 2-2 Bath City - full report and photos
29th March 2014

A game that for 80 minutes had been a disappointment sprang to life as Sutton twice came from behind to maintain their unbeaten record in 2014 today. David Pratt headed Bath in front from a needlessly conceded free kick on the stroke of half time, and the visitors were unlucky not to score again when Chris Allen's shot came back off the bar. Sutton levelled eight minutes from time when Charlie Clough volleyed in Gavin McCallum's free kick, the prelude to an exciting finish which saw Damian Scannell and Andy Watkins go close before Pratt, the afternoon's outstanding player, showed superb control to bring down a long clearance from his goalkeeper and shoot past Jason Brown. Sutton came back again, though, with Craig Dundas celebrating his 300th appearance with a close range finish from McCallum's low cross, and might even have won when Clough headed in another McCallum free kick only to be ruled offside. Full report and photos here.

Before the game three of Sutton's all-time top five goalscorers were inducted to the Sutton United Hall of Fame with Charlie Vaughan, Ricky Kidd and Micky Joyce the latest to receive the accolade.

Sutton's reserves won 2-1 at Bromley with goals from Ollie Sitch and Warren Morgan. Report to follow.

Latest News   U's win Champions' Cup - full details
28th March 2014

A 5-0 win over Met Police at Westfield FC brought the Suburban League Champions' Cup to Sutton last night. The goals came from Ben Cheklit(2), Terry Murray, Emil Salama and Sekou Kaba. Full report here

Latest News   Big night for reserve and youth teams
26th March 2014

After the focus was on the Skrill South game against Hayes & Yeading on Tuesday, attention switches to the reserve and youth teams tomorrow (Thursday) as the reserves go for the club's first silverware of the season and the youth team face a top of the table game in the Ryman Youth League.

The reserves face Metropolitan Police in the final of the Suburban League Champions' Cup at Westfield FC, whose ground is in Woking Park (opposite Woking's Kingfield ground where the Hayes game was played yesterday - post code is GU22 9BA). Both sides had convincing victories in their semi-finals, Sutton 8-0 v East Grinstead, Met Police 7-2 v Royston, while Sutton won the league game between the clubs at Imber Court earlier in the season 4-1. It's a repeat of last season's Suburban League Cup final, which the Police won 1-0.

Meanwhile the youth team travel to Whyteleafe in the Ryman Youth League. The two sides have blazed a trail at the top of the table, both with ten wins and one defeat from their eleven games, but Sutton with a goal difference advantage of 13 due having conceded just two goals in the league this season, both this month. It's the first of two meetings between the sides in the space of ten days, with the return scheduled for Merland Rise on Monday 7 April.

Both tomorrow's games kick off at 7.45.

Latest News   Hayes & Yeading United 0-0 Sutton United - full report, reaction and photos
25th March 2014

Sutton suffered a second successive frustrating goalless draw tonight when they were held to a stalemate by Hayes & Yeading. In a similar game to Saturday's draw at Dorchester, Sutton did most of the attacking after Hayes had had three early chances, but again failed to find the net. Lee Sawyer had a header saved in the first half, Michael Spillane's fierce shot was tipped over after the break, and Jamie Taylor missed a good chance in each half. Hayes came close once after the break when Lee Williams' 20 yard shot was tipped away by Jason Brown. U's were unchanged from Saturday, with Dean Sinclair and Kane Haysman coming on in the second half for Gavin McCallum and Sawyer. Full report and photos here. Assistant manager Micky Stephens gave the management's verdict afterwards, and you can read that here

Latest News   Sitch Double Secures Youths Comeback Win
24th March 2014

After a goalless first half, Crawley Down Gatwick took a surprise lead in tonight's Ryman Youth League Central Division fixture at Banstead but two goals from Ollie Sitch secured a hard-fought 2-1 win. Ollie's brace tonight saw him break the record for most goals in a Youth season for Sutton and took his tally up to 30. Match report here.


Next up for the Youths is a top-of-the-table clash at Whyteleafe on Thursday evening, 7.45pm kick-off.

Latest News   Sutton v Bath AND ManU v Villa - spend your Saturday down the Lane
24th March 2014

Saturday 29th March

LEGENDS' DAY - Come down and meet many of your old heroes as they watch the U's take on Bath City. We will also be revealing the next three inductees into our Hall Of Fame.

And why not double up ?  Arrive early and watch Man United v Aston Villa live on BT Sport at 12.45pm in The Times Square Lounge, the Members Bar or VPs' Lounge : or book a 3-course pre-match lunch for just £12.50, [to book please e-mail] or our food outlet will be open from 1.30pm

Latest News   Gentlemen's Evening Auction - your chance to bid
24th March 2014

Once again at the Gentlemen's Evening this Friday we will be conducting an auction, with all proceeds going to Sutton United. We have some amazing items, and going under the hammer will be:

A full size cricket bat signed by Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar, one of only 248 signed.

A framed Formula 1 baseball cap, signed by four time world champion Sebastian Vettel

A limited edition, signed, photo of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Two hospitality packages at Fulham v Crystal Palace on the last weekend of the Premier League season, together with two signed team shirts

Golf package for four at Mannings Heath Golf Club on the members only Waterfall Course

Racing package for four people at Lingfield Park.

For full details of these fantastic items click here.

  We know that due to demand some people were unable to get tickets and some couldn't make the date, so you have a chance to lodge  PRE AUCTION BIDS, either by nominating someone who is attending to bid on your behalf OR by sending an email to with your full name and address, and  maximum bid - a bid will then be made for you on the night.   PRE AUCTION BIDS MUST BE IN BY THURSDAY 27TH MARCH  2014,  and payments, if successful, must be with the Chairman within 5 days  of the Auction, or the items will go to the next highest bidder.

Latest News   Dorchester Town 0-0 Sutton United - full report, reaction and photos
22nd March 2014

Sutton were unable to break down some stubborn Dorchester resistance this afternoon but still extended their unbeaten start to 2014 to twelve games with the home side rarely threatening. The closest either side came to a goal was when Lee Sawyer's shot was cleared off the line by Nathan Walker in the second half. With Charlie Clough suspended there was a debut for new signing Will Spetch alongside Louis John in the centre of Sutton's defence. Full report with photos here. In Paul Doswell's absence Steve McKimm gave his reaction to the game here. 

Latest News   Dorchester v Sutton preview and player news
21st March 2014

Sutton make the trip west to Dorchester tomorrow having completed the signing and registration of defender Will Spetch from Southern League Poole Town. The 22-year-old has impressed since graduating through Poole's youth team and was voted Player of the Year by the supporters and players at Tatnam last season.

Two coachloads of supporters will also be making the trip tomorrow, taking advantage of the free travel offer from the club for this game(departure details and other travel arrangements here), and will hope to see Sutton extend their unbeaten start to 2014 to twelve games against a side that has been rooted to the bottom of the table for much of the season. That didn't stop them recording a shock win at Gander Green Lane in November, one of several occasions on which they have threatened to pull themselves out of trouble. More recently they beat Bromley at The Avenue Stadium and followed that up with another victory in a 'six-pointer' at Tonbridge, but in five games since then they have drawn two and lost three, and are three points adrift at the foot of the table going in to tomorrow's game.

Sutton captain Charlie Clough, whose own goal last season in Dorchester colours was the only goal of the game, misses out on a return to his former club as he starts a two match ban following his sending off at Farnborough, while Dorchester could include striker Elliott Chamberlain after signing him on loan from Exeter City until the end of the season.

Latest News   Youths Line Up Semi-Final with Convincing Cup Win
20th March 2014

Sutton's Youth Team bounced back from Monday's disappointment at Carshalton with a 7-2 victory in the quarter-final of the Lucas Fettes Cup against Northwood at Banstead tonight. Ben Cotton and Dan Haines put Sutton 2 goals up before the visitors pulled a goal back, then Michael Rouse and Cotton again extended the lead with Northwood adding a second just before half-time. Cotton claimed his hat-trick from the penalty spot after Northwood's goalkeeper was sent off moments into the second half, then David Lodge added a sixth before Cotton scored his fourth of the game to put the icing on the cake. Match report here.


Sutton will visit Burgess Hill Town in the semi-final next month, and are next in action on Monday at home to Crawley Down Gatwick in the league.

Latest News   Legends' Return
19th March 2014

The second of thus season's Legends' Days will take place on Saturday 29th March, when we entertain Bath City. The day also sees us honour the next three inductees into our Hall Of Fame - who will they be this year?

To find out, and meet up with old friends and chat about the "good old days", make sure you are there.

Latest News   Sutton United 2-0 Gosport Borough - full report, photos and reaction
18th March 2014

Goals either side of half time by Gavin McCallum and Jamie Taylor gave Sutton a fifth consecutive Skrill South victory tonight and kept U's on the heels of Eastleigh and Bromley, who also both won. McCallum finished superbly from a tight angle four minutes before the break, and then crossed fror Taylor to score in the first minute of the second half. Full report and photos here. Paul Doswell's interview here.

Team: Brown, John, Binns, Spillane, Downer, Clough, Scannell(Haysman), Sawyer, Dundas(Sinclair), Taylor(Slabber), McCallum.

Latest News   Sutton v Gosport preview
18th March 2014

After Ebbsfleet's defeat at Havant last night, the three other sides in the Skrill South top four are in action tonight, Bromley at home to Eastbourne, Eastleigh at Whitehawk and Sutton beginning a run of three games against teams currently in the bottom six with a visit from Gosport Borough. It's Gosport's first visit to Gander Green Lane, ahead of another trip to London on Sunday when they face Cambridge United in the FA Trophy final, but thoughts that they might have one eye on their Wembley visit have been dispelled by their recent league form, which has been boosted by their Trophy success. Unbeaten in their last four games, they have won their last two and Saturday's win at home to Boreham Wood lifted them out of the bottom three in which they have been entrenched for most of the season. Striker Justin Bennett, recalled from a loan spell at Poole, score both goals in the win at Maidenhead last Thursday and repeated the trick against Boreham Wood on Saturday to become the club's all-time record scorer, and will doubtless be looking to continue that form tonight, while former Sutton players Andy Forbes, Tom Dunford and Adam Wilde will all want to make an impression on their return to Gander Green Lane.

Conditions should be better than the gale and rain which accompanied the 2-2 draw at Gosport in February, one of only two games this year that Sutton have failed to win. A reminder that admission prices are reduced from tonight for the rest of the season. Adults £10, concessions £5 (this rate is now available from age 60), under 16s £1.

Latest News   Nineteen-Month Winning Record Comes to an End for Youths
17th March 2014

Nearly nineteen months since last dropping points in the League, with a record spanning that time of Played 27, Won 27, Goals Scored 118, Goals Against 10, Sutton's Youth Team's outstanding Ryman Youth League record ended with defeat by a solitary second-half goal at Carshalton tonight. Match report here.


Congratulations to captain Michael Rouse for his 50th Youth game in Sutton colours tonight.


Sutton will aim to bounce back quickly as they face Northwood in the Lucas Fettes Cup Quarter-Final at Banstead on Thursday, 7.45pm kick-off.

Latest News   Weekly Bulletin
16th March 2014

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Latest News   Reflections On A Great Day
16th March 2014

Saturday was another of those special days that makes being part of this club something to cherish.  I was away on holiday until Friday but everybody carried on regardless in making the arrangements for a great day and even the weather smiled on us.  

Steve King kept telling everyone that he felt we could top 2,000 but I'm not sure we believed him, so to get an attendance of 2172 was magnificent and, of course, when you get a gate like that you hope for a memorable display from the team that will encourage some to come back. Well, the team certainly delivered so thank you Paul and the players for such an entertaining performance and a valuable three points that keeps us right in the mix at the top of the table.  

Thanks also to Steve and the police cadets for once again putting on a well-organised Funday, we never forget that these things take a lot of effort and don't just happen.   The list of thank-yous just keeps going, well done to AB and his team of bucket-carriers, we never expected to get close to the £2,577 which compares very favourably with an average gate receipt.  What a great reward the day was for all those who helped distribute some 20,000 leaflets across the borough.  

Our appreciation also goes to PCSO Steve, Alpha the Radio,  Snaggles from Sutton Cub Scouts, Chelsea's  Stamford The Lion and, naturally, our own Jenny the Giraffe for maybe the most unusual collection of characters over seen down the Lane.  

Perhaps the biggest thank you goes to Tim Vine. Having seen the original date cancelled because of bad weather Tim could not have been more helpful or enthusiastic in getting back down here as soon as possible and he was the life and soul of the party all day, not only carrying out a myriad of different duties with his usual smile and wit but staying well into the evening to take on, and beat, allcomers at darts in aid of St Raphael's Hospice, our charity partners who also had a stall at the game and I'm sure also had a great time.  

As if that wasn't enough we also had the pleasure of hosting the Mayor's charity gala in the evening, an Irish ceili in aid of the Sutton Mental Health Foundation and another wonderful evening was enjoyed by all who attended.  

So, what a way to top off a week in which we announced exciting plans to modernise the stadium and deliver a fantastic new community pavilion and our manager agreed to stay for another four years.  

Perhaps I should go away more often!

And don't forget this Tuesday evening when we entertain FA Trophy Finalists Gosport Borough, who include several ex-U's in their ranks. Admission prices for that game and all our remaining home league games have been reduced to just £10, £5 (concessions) and £1 (under-16s) with OAP admission rates starting at age 60.


Latest News   Strikers Are Key Draw Number 13
16th March 2014

The thirteenth Strikers are Key draw duly took place in a packed Players' Bar following today's excellent 4-0 win against Basingstoke Town. To the delight of the assembly, the draw was conducted by Tim Vine who entertained the room royally. Ball number 17, owned by Michael Bidmead, was eventually pulled out of the purple velvet bag. Mike sadly failed to choose the correct key to open the safe which contained £1,950 and therefore won the £50 consolation prize. The pot is building and a minimum of £2,350 will be up for grabs in a fortnight's time after the home match v Bath City. See you there! Up the U's!

Latest News   Sutton United 4 Basingstoke Town 0 - full report, photos and reaction
15th March 2014

A funday crowd of 2172 saw the U's maintain their good form with a comprehensive win. Damien Scannell opened the scoring and Gavin Mcallum added two more before making a fourth for Dean Sinclair. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's interview here.

Goals from Sekou Kaba and Jordan Oldershaw gave Sutton's reserves a 2-1 win against Corinthian in the Suburban League Cup 3rd Round. Report to follow.

Latest News   Soccer AM Backs Funny Day
14th March 2014

We will be delighted tomorrow to welcome Sky Sports' immensely popular Saturday morning 'Soccer AM' show as they send their cameras to follow Tim Vine and the events of the day. The show will also feature this unique fun-filled occasion in their Saturday morning programme, and will broadcast highlights of the day and match next Saturday.       

Fun is guaranteed as renowned comedian Tim Vine becomes team mascot for the day and will lead the players on to the pitch for the 'FREE' community funny day in support of the marvelous work carried out by our charity of the season St Raphael's Hospice. We are immensely grateful to Tim for giving up his time, not once but twice being kind enough to come back again after the original event was lost due to the poor weather back in January. Although we have had to remind Tim that kick off is at 3pm and not actually 3am as he has been telling people, but I think that might give us an indication of just what to expect tomorrow.  

Along with club mascot 'Jenny the Giraffe', Chelsea's 'Stamford the Lion', the Metropolitan Police's 'PCSO Steve' with his trusty friend 'Alpha the Radio', and the lovable Snaggles from Sutton Cub Scouts will complete the largest mascot contingent to amass at the club. Chaos is likely to be the only outcome as 'Jenny' takes on the others in a penalty shootout. Amidst all this is our vitally important Skrill South match versus Basingstoke Town, get behind your local team as they bid for promotion to the Conference Premier.  

In a week where we have unveiled exciting community development plans 'DON'T MISS' your chance to come and see us for 'FREE', join in the fun and support a great charity in St Raphael's Hospice and the vital work they do. .   


Latest News   Sutton v Basingstoke preview
14th March 2014

With the weather set fair it promises to be a great afternoon at Gander Green Lane tomorrow as Sutton United throw open the gates to allow everyone in free for the Fun Day and Skrill South game against Basingstoke. Tim Vine will there all afternoon, acting as the mascot for the day and later making the Strikers Are Key draw in the players' bar, while in possibly the biggest collection of mascots seen at the ground Jenny the Giraffe, Chelsea's Stamford the Lion and the Met's own PCSO Steve will all be in attendance as well as Snaggles from the Sutton Cub Scouts, all to support our Charity of the Season, St Raphael's Hospice.

At 3pm there is a Skrill South game of importance to both sides, with Sutton hoping to move closer to the top of the table. Tuesday's defeat for Bromley against Dover means that U's are seven points behind the leaders with a game in hand although second placed Eastleigh, who are five points ahead and have played one game fewer than Sutton and two fewer than Bromley, are also in a strong position and Ebbsfleet now lie third, a point ahead of Sutton from a game more. Sutton are the in-form side, with seven wins and two draws from nine games this year, but Basingstoke, who are one of nine sides covered by nine points in the chase for the play-offs, have also been in good recent form, with Tuesday's defeat at home to Eastbourne their first since Jamie Taylor's goal proved decisive at The Camrose in January in conditions that were far removed from what is expected tomorrow.

Sutton have completed the signing of Michael Spillane, and he will come in to the squad, while Basingstoke have a number of injury doubts, including striker Manny Williams and midfielder Simon Dunn

Latest News   Youths Storm to Top of League with 5-Goal Blitz
13th March 2014

Sutton's Youth Team stormed to the top of the Ryman Youth League Central Division tonight with a breathtaking 5-0 victory at league leaders Metropolitan Police. Ben Cotton opened the scoring from the penalty spot before Dan Haines added a second just before half-time, then two goals from Emil Salama sandwiched a Reece Hannigan volley in a devastating blitz midway through the second half. Match report here.


The next game for the Youths is a visit to Carshalton on Monday, 7.45pm kick-off.

Latest News   Shares Available to Support Stadium Plans
12th March 2014

Earlier this week we announced exciting plans for the project to provide new spectator and community facilities at the Borough Sports Ground.  Although we hope to receive and, indeed, will depend upon grant support to go towards the community project, any changes to the spectator facilities need to be fully funded by the club.   We are putting together a package of measures to reach our total and have decided that £20,000 of shares in Sutton United FC Ltd should be made available for general sale, with the income ring-fenced to go towards the project.

We would therefore invite any supporters who are interested in buying shares, whether you are an existing shareholder or not, to e-mail with your application. Shares cost £50 each and applicants must apply for a minimum of five shares.  

Latest News   Paul adds to squad
12th March 2014

Manager Paul Doswell has announced that he has agreed terms with defensive midfielder Michael Spillane, who was released at the end of January by Cambridge United, where he was a team-mate of Jason Brown. Spillane, who will be 25 on Sunday week, is a Republic of Ireland Under 21 international although he was born in Jersey, and has over 150 Football League appearances to his credit with Norwich, Luton, Brentford, Dagenham & Redbridge and Southend. He will join up with the squad in time for this weekend's game against Basingstoke. Paul said: ''Micky is a holding defensive midfielder who can also play right back and we've needed cover there since Rhys Weston was injured and we lost Alex Wynter and Harry Osborne. We've been tracking him for about a month since we knew Cambridge had released him, and although he was waiting to see if he could get a position at a higher level we're delighted that he's agreed to join us for this season and next, and he knows that if he does well it will give him the opportunity to get back in to the Football League.''

Latest News   Stadium Project Update
11th March 2014

It has taken a long time to reach this stage but we are at last in a position to reveal our plans for the new community pavilion and associated works and we hope that everyone is as excited by the plans as we are.

The Borough Sports Ground is a large piece of land and we are very conscious of the fact that as the long-term tenants we have a responsibility to honour the original intentions of Sir Thomas Wall, who donated the land to the people of the borough, to use the site wisely. 

The old athletics track dictated the way the stadium developed but the land could be used much more effectively and so we are delighted to finally reveal the details of the redevelopment scheme we have been working on for what seems like an eternity.

In order to free up the large areas of land along the parkside and behind the Collingwood Road goal we need to remodel the football stadium, to produce a tighter, enclosed arena that will facilitate the development of facilities for all of the community.  This is a big job, there’s no denying that, and is not something we can afford to do all at once. However, in the long run the costs can be kept to a minimum by ensuring that projects we undertake now do not impact on future works. 

The East Phase, remodelling the Collingwood Road end, and the North Phase, delivering the community pavilion on the parkside, are both projects that we hope and intend to undertake this summer subject to funding. Subsequent phases will depend upon a whole host of other factors lining up.  It is important to distinguish between these phases. The complicated rules regarding grant support mean that many of the elements will not be eligible for any grants– they are items that the club will have to fund itself.  However, significant elements of the North Phase will be eligible for grants and in fact it will not be possible to go ahead without that support.

So, what does the East Phase entail ?   The hope and intention is to start work as soon as this season ends. We will square off the Collingwood Road end, with a new pitch perimeter fence parallel to the goal-line and a new walkway/hard-standing area.  Behind that will be a covered terrace, similar in size to the one behind the other goal.  Subject to the views of the groundsman and any impacts on pitch drainage, we may also move the whole pitch around 3m towards towards Gander Green Lane and make it perhaps 1-2m wider.  Again, we would bring the perimeter fence much closer to the touchline on the stand side, demolish both the old and new dugouts and construct new, transparent dugouts on the parkside.  There will also be some mainly cosmetic works to freshen up the main stand and, in that regard, we would also like to ask, nearer the time, for some volunteers to help with painting. We also intend to install a new PA system.

The North Phase is the scheme that you are all much more familiar with by now, the demolition of the parkside terrace and construction of a new terrace closer to the touchline in order to free up space on which to build the new community pavilion. We also have the possibility of erecting a further facility, a steel-framed structure originally used as a pop-up shop for the London Olympics, which would open up many more opportunities for flexible use and we would also provide a new fully enclosed groundsman’s compound, together with a new, secure stadium perimeter fence.  Of course, being able to complete all of these works will depend on the levels of funding that we can secure.

Because we lease the ground from the London Borough of Sutton all of the above proposals will need landlord’s consent, which we requested last week.  We will also need planning permission and are delighted to say that an application is now been prepared. Finally, we will need to get Football Foundation approval for a grant towards the community scheme. As Churchill said, “this is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

We will keep you updated on the project as things develop.

Provisional Layout (rough sketch)

Latest News   Youths Fire Eleven Past Kingstonian
10th March 2014

Sutton's Youth Team fired eleven goals without reply against basement side Kingstonian in the Ryman Youth League Central Division tonight to draw themselves within touching distance of league leaders Met Police, with the top two due to play each other on Thursday evening at Imber Court, 7.45pm kick-off. Ollie Sitch with 2 and Emil Salama with a first-half hat-trick gave Sutton a 5-goal cushion at half-time, whilst further goals from Ben Cotton (penalty), another from Sitch, two more from Salama, William Figueira and Dan Haines completed the rout. Match report here.


Elsewhere, Redhill beat Met Police on penalties tonight and will face Sutton in the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Cup Final at Merstham FC on Wednesday 2nd April, 7.30pm kick-off.

Latest News   It's Quiz Time Again
10th March 2014



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Latest News   Weekly Bulletin
09th March 2014

Click here for more on reduced admission charges and FREE admission next Saturday.

Latest News   Chocolate and Amber...and Green
09th March 2014

Having been the first football club to be certified as Planet Positive, Sutton United is now proud to announce that we have achieved the new Planet Mark in partnership with Eden Project, improving our sustainability performance even further

Using the internationally recognised Planet First Protocol methodology, the footprint for the Borough Sports Ground during 2013 was calculated at 95.07 tonnes/CO2e, following a reduction of 14% compared to 2012. We have targeted a further reduction in emissions by 5% during 2014. As part of certification, we are also proudly supporting the Eden Project Education programme, helping educate children on sustainability.

We intend to look more closely at the overall environmental impacts of our activities. There are areas over which we have limited or no control, for example how many away games we play each year or how many home games require the floodlights to be on, but we will be exploring changing over to more energy efficient lights inside the club, which will also save money in the long-term, and have recently agreed a new waste management contract that will see much of our waste being recycled.

Steve Malkin, CEO of Planet First comments: “We are delighted that Sutton United is taking an important step towards improving their sustainability performance even further. Sutton United is a company that is really trying to improve its sustainability, not just because of the obvious business benefits, but because they really want to help the environment by reducing emissions. Planet First firmly believes that businesses can be socially responsible and sustainable, and still be successful.”


About The Planet Mark

The Planet Mark is a trusted international mark for businesses, buildings and products, helping organisations to improve their environmental, social and related economic performance.

Wherever you see The Planet Mark you can be assured of:

-          Positive action to improve environmental, social and economic performance

-          Integrated sustainability reporting in line with current legislation and protocols

-          Engagement with employees, stakeholders, local and global community projects

Working in partnership with Eden Project, Planet First has a proven track record for helping organisations reduce their energy expenditure, win business and engage employees. 

Latest News   Farnborough 1 Sutton United 2 - full report, photos and reaction
08th March 2014

With both Bromley and Eastleigh losing Sutton took full advantage with their third win in a week. The opening period was fragmented on a very bumpy surface but U's upped their game after Damien Scannell opened the scoring. Despite Charlie Clough seeing red for a professional foul Jamie Taylor doubled the lead within a minute and U's rarely looked in trouble after that. In fact, if it hadn't been for three top drawer saves by Kevin Scriven U's would have been home and hosed long before Borough's late consolation caused a few flutters with 5 minutes of added time to be played. Full report, with photos, here and watch Paul Doswell's post-match interview here.

Sutton's reserves lost for only the second time this season, going down 2-1 to Wellingwhose winning goal was a disputed penalty. Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick maintained his good recent form with Sutton's goal. Report to follow.

Latest News   Reserves go through in Shield - full report
07th March 2014

Sutton's reserves clinched top spot in their Suburban League Shield group, and a place in the knockout stages, with a resounding 7-0 win away to Horsham YMCA on Thursday. Brandon Johnson, Sekou Kaba and Ben Cheklit all scored twice and there was also a first goal for Seye Okunlola. Full report here


The reserves have an away Suburban League game tomorrow against Welling, who play on a 3G pitch in Kidbrooke, the Samuel Montague Youth CWB in Broad Walk, post code SE3 8ND.

Latest News   Youths Pick Up Where They Left Off in the League
06th March 2014

Sutton's Youth Team visited Crawley Down Gatwick in their first Ryman Youth League Central Division game since the 4th December and maintained their 100% winning record with a 4-0 victory. Ollie Sitch gave Sutton a half-time lead before adding a second early in the second half, whilst Ben Cotton and Emil Salama extended the lead further. Sutton climb two places to second in the table and are now 6 points behind leaders Met Police with four games in hand. Match report here.


Next up for the Youths is an "away" fixture at Banstead against Kingstonian on Monday, before visiting Met Police in a crunch game next Thursday evening.

Latest News   Havant date set
06th March 2014

Sutton's fixture list is now complete with the arrangement of the home game against Havant & Waterlooville for Thursday 3 April, kick off 7.45pm.

Latest News   Bromley 2-4 Sutton United - full report, photos and reaction
05th March 2014

Click here for a full report and photos from last night's thrilling game at Hayes Lane as Sutton scored three times in the last eleven minutes to complete a league double over top of the table Bromley. Paul Doswell's reaction here.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key Draw 1st March
02nd March 2014

The twelfth Strikers are Key draw duly took place in the Players' Bar after today's 2-0 win against Chelmsford City.The safe contained £1,650 and the assembly watched with heightened anticipation as ball number 7, owned by Lee Wallis, was pulled out of the purple velvet bag.In Lee's absence, Damian Scannell was once again asked to step forward to try his luck to pick the correct key to open the safe. Sadly for Lee, Damian kept up his 100% record of choosing the wrong key which means that a minimum of £1,850 rolls over to the next draw on Sat 15th March after the match v Basingstoke when comedian and U's fan Tim Vine will be conducting the draw.The £50 consolation prize goes to Lee. One of the advertised benefits of SAK membership was a lunch for one member of each syndicate on a date to be arranged.

That date has now been arranged and it is Saturday 12 April at 12:30pm.Please e mail or see me at a forthcoming match to reserve your syndicate's space.Reserving in advance is essential so that we can order the appropriate number of covers.Thanks again to everyone for their support of this initiative. Someone is going to win very big, very soon.

Up the U's !


Latest News   Sutton United 2 Chelmsford City 0 - full coverage
01st March 2014

A goal by Gavin McCallum after 38 seconds and an 89th minute screamer by Craig Dundas, starting the afternoon on the bench having suffered from a dental infection during the week, gave the U's all three  points on a heavy pitch in front of a crowd of  707. Full report and photos here. Paul Doswell's post-match interview and match highlights are here.

Latest News   Paul takes manager's award again
26th February 2014

Congratulations to Paul Doswell, who has won the Skrill South Manager of the Month award for the second month in a row. Sutton picked up eight points out of a possible twelve during the month, after two wins out of two in January had seen Paul receive the award last month as well. Luton's John Still and Harrogate's Simon Weaver were the other divisional winners, while Tim Sills of Gosport won the Player of the Month for the south division.

Latest News   Great News for Fans
26th February 2014

Saturday 15th March sees top comedian Tim Vine return to The Lane to complete the first half of his generous day at the club, which was rudely curtailed by the wet weather a few weeks ago even though he did honour his promise to put on a show at the club that night, and what a great show it was !  Our game against Basingstoke Town on the 15th will also see us stage another of the popular Community Fun(ny) Days, with St Raphael's Hospice joining in the fun with a few fundraising ideas.  Sutton United and St Raphael's both offer our warmest thanks to Tim for giving us his valuable time.

Best of all though, we are offering FREE admission to all that day, with the option to pay as much as as you wish, or not, once you are in the ground. In addition, some 15,000 leaflets are being distributed to various schools and organisations across the borough so we hope for a really bumper turn-out.

The bad weather has really taken its toll on the season. You can see that from the number of games that clubs still have to play and the club realises that playing so many fixtures in such a short space of time puts unreasonable pressure on the pockets of even the most dedicated fans. Therefore, as a thank you to our tremendous supporters and as our contribution to the cause, the club has decided to reduce admission prices for all home league games after 15th March. Adult admission will be reduced to £10, the prices for concessions will be £5 and it will be just £1 for under-16s. 

We also realise that this is of no benefit to our season ticket holders, so we will also be offering a discount to all s/t holders who renew next season. Finally, we have also reviewed our policy on the age for starting the senior citizen concession and this has been returned to age 60.

Now, let's hope for a run of good weather, some great results and some excellent support.

More exciting news to follow in the coming weeks.


Latest News   Youths Overcome Tanners to Reach County Final
24th February 2014

Sutton's Under-18s won through to the Final of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup as they overcame Leatherhead's Southern Youth League Central Division side tonight at River Lane 6-1. Ben Cotton fired Sutton into an early lead before Ollie Sitch scored a first-half hat-trick to effectively seal the tie. David Lodge added two further goals in the second half whilst the home side scored a late consolation. Match report here.


Sutton will face either Met Police or Redhill in the Final on 2nd April at Merstham Football Club.


The Youths will hopefully return to League action on Thursday evening with a home game against Kingstonian at Banstead Athletic, 7.45pm kick-off.

Latest News   Eastbourne Borough 1 Sutton United 1 - full coverage
22nd February 2014

A very precise looping header by Jamie Slabber earned U's a share of the spoils after an expertly taken goal by Elvis Hammond against the run of play had given the home side the half-time lead. U's had to play out the last half hour with ten men when, after using all three substitutes, Rhys Weston was stretchered off with a suspected dislocated kneecap. Full report and photos here. Highlights and Paul Doswell's post-match interview here. 

Meanwhile Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick scored his second hat-trick in four days as Sutton's reserves won 8-0 at East Grinstead in the semi-final of the Suburban League Champions' Cup. Ben Cheklit scored twice and there was a goal apiece for Sekon Kaba, Michael Rouse and Emil Salama. It means that Sutton have scored eighteen goals without reply in three games this season against East Grinstead, but will not add to that tally as due to the recent bad weather the semi-final was reduced to a single-leg game.

Latest News   H-P treble secures Shield win
20th February 2014

Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick scored a hat-trick as Sutton's reserves won 4-0 at Tonbridge last night in the Suburban League Shield. Sekon Kaba was also on target. Full report here. The reserves are away to East Grinstead on Saturday in the semi-final first leg of the Suburban League Champions' Cup.

Latest News   Youth County Cup Semi-Final
19th February 2014

Sutton United's Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup Semi-Final against Leatherhead's Southern Youth League Central Division side will take place on Monday 24th February, 7.45pm kick-off at River Lane, Leatherhead. the winners will play Met Police, Lingfield or Redhill in the Final at Merstham FC on 2nd April.


Sutton's scheduled league fixture at Tooting will therefore be rearranged.

Latest News   Dover Athletic 0 Sutton United 1 - full report, photos and reaction
18th February 2014

Craig Dundas made it a triple celebration; birthday, new baby on the way and the only goal of the game, as the U's secured an important 1-0 win away to Dover, who had striker Jeff Goulding sent off after the interval. Full report and photos here. Paul Doswell's views here


Latest News   Seven Second-Half Strikes Send Sutton Through to Semi-Final
17th February 2014

Sutton's Youth Team returned to action for the first time since the middle of December this evening and faced Leatherhead's Southern Youth League South Division side at the tenth time of asking in the quarter-finals of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Cup Floodlit Cup. After a first half that finished goalless thanks to some fine goalkeeping from the visitors' Matte Pierson, Emil Salama, Ben Cotton (2), Ollie Sitch (2), Dan Haines and an own goal saw Sutton cruise through to the semi-final where they will visit Leatherhead's Southern Youth League Central Division side. Match report here.

Latest News   Sunday Carvery returns on March 2nd.
17th February 2014

We will be having another of our popular Sunday carveries on Sunday 2nd March, where you can enjoy a two-course Sunday lunch for just £9.99 per person (half price for children aged 12 and under). To book your table phone Wendy on 07775 896378, pre-booking is essential. The carvery is open from 12 noon to 3.30pm, with free parking and a licensed bar, so why not get your friends and family together for a Sunday lunch where we do all the work?



Latest News   Sutton United 3 Weston-super-Mare 0 - full report, photos and reaction
15th February 2014

Two expertly taken goals by Jamie Taylor and another solo effort by Dale Binns earned the U's a 3-0 win over their seaside visitors on a sticky but eminently playable pitch, so the groundstaff deserve a big "assist" in the result. Weston didn't play badly with the wind behind them in the second half but U's continued to create more and clearer chances and it was only good saves from both keepers that kept the score down. Full report and photos here. Paul Doswell's thoughts here

Latest News   Free Coach Travel to Dorchester
14th February 2014

To reward the fantastic support the team receives on its travels, the club is offering free coach travel to the away match v Dorchester on Saturday 22 March on a first come, first served basis. Put the date in your diary now and reserve your places in the Supporters' Club shop at a forthcoming home game. Given the enforced lack of home games, please book as soon as possible by e-mailing Nigel on

Please only put your name on the list if you really intend to travel. The players really appreciate the tremendous travelling support they are given, and as we enter a hectic schedule, it is going to be all-important. 

Note that the South West Trains line between Southampton and Bournemouth is closed all weekend and so it will not be possible to do this trip by train.

Latest News   Thursday Evening's Youth Game Postponed
12th February 2014

The Youth Team's match against Leatherhead on Thursday evening has once again been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. New date to be advised

Latest News   Hayes & Yeading United v Sutton United - POSTPONED
11th February 2014

This evening's game away to Hayes & Yeading United at Woking has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

There is one item of news on the playing front - Rhys Weston's loan from AFC Wimbledon has been extended by another month.

Latest News   Reserves draw blank
08th February 2014

Sutton's reserves played their first game since the middle of December today when the 3G pitch at Tooting's Imperial Fields ground allowed the Suburban League Shield game to go ahead, but boths sides had to settle for a 0-0 draw. Tooting were indebted to their goalkeeper who made good saves from Ben Cheklit (twice) and Isaac Philpott, but they did hit the post twice themselves. Full report here 

Latest News   Skrill Football Conference preview slot on At The Races - Sport On Saturday
07th February 2014

New Football Conference partners At The Races (ATR) will kick-off their Skrill Premier, North and South preview slot as part of their ‘Sport On Saturday’ programme this weekend. The show runs from 11.15am to 12noon this Saturday and will highlight the best sports betting opportunities. The Conference slot is expected to start just before 11.30am and will feature Skrill spokesman Alan Alger previewing the key games from each division. The show is presented by Tony Ennis. 

ATR has agreed terms for the non-exclusive right to use archive coverage of Football Conference matches in the programme. The channel is distributed via Sky, Virgin and UPC to over 13 million homes and registers a monthly reach of around 2 million individuals (BARB and Nielsen). The Football Conference has also granted ATR the exclusive right to produce and distribute an audio/visual service of live coverage from 30 top matches broadcast on BT Sport, archive match coverage and data to licensees in territories worldwide, excluding the UK and Ireland. 

Be sure to tune in via Sky channel 415 or Virgin channel 534.

Latest News   Bromley v Sutton preview - MATCH POSTPONED
07th February 2014


As has been the case for much of the time since Christmas, as much attention will be on the weather forecast as the football in the lead up to tomorrow's Skrill South visit to league leaders Bromley (click here for travel details). With more heavy rain forecast overnight, 

Should the game go ahead Sutton will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start to 2014, a record which survived Tuesday's trip to a rain-and-windswept Gosport, U's coming back from two down to grab a point and remain in 4th position in the table, 19 points behind Bromley who have an eleven point lead over second placed Eastleigh. When the sides met at Sutton in October Sutton won by the only goal, scored by Jamie Slabber who took his league tally to eleven in sixteen games with the equaliser on Tuesday, but since then Bromley have been in fine form, taking 37 points from the 14 games played, and losing just once, a surprise home defeat by Concord Rangers which was their only home defeat in the league - indeed until Ebbsfleet earned a goalless draw at Hayes Lane on Boxing Day Bromley had a 100% home record. That run of games has seen them come back with all three points from testing visits to Dover, Ebbsfleet and Bath, results which have underlined their promotion potential.

Sutton won the corresponding game 2-0 last season with goals from Marvin Williams and Harry Beautyman, but Williams will be unable to repeat that effort tomorrow as he remains sidelined with an achilles injury. U's will also be without Simon Downer as he begins a two match suspension for accumulated cautions.

Should the weather have the final say, Sutton supporters should still be able to see a game tomorrow with the reserves due to play Tooting & Mitcham in the Suburban League Shield, a game that will take place on the 3G pitch at Imperial Fields.

Latest News   Neither side deserved to lose - Paul's view
06th February 2014

Manager Paul Doswell was satisfied with a point at Gosport on Tuesday having seen Sutton go two down, and felt that considering the conditions neither side really deserved to lose the game. Earlier in the week Paul had been awarded the Skrill South Manager of the Month for January, with U's having won both games of a weather-affected month without conceding a goal, and he was pleased with the players' effort in the wind and rain at Privett Park. Read the full interview here.

Latest News   Youth Fixture Update
05th February 2014

Tomorrow (Thursday) evening's Ryman Youth League match has been postponed as the relentless rain continues to disrupt the season, whilst Monday's game at Met Police has also been rescheduled. Meanwhile, we are trying to find a replacement opponent for Monday evening, whilst Sutton's own Surrey Cup game against Leatherhead will hopefully be played next Thursday 13th.

Latest News   Fixture News
05th February 2014

Following Havant & Waterlooville's FA Trophy win last night there has been some rearrangement of Sutton's forthcoming fixtures. That result means that Havant will be in semi-final action on Saturday week, 15 February, when they were due to visit Gander Green Lane, so we will now instead be at home to Weston-super-Mare on that date as they were due to play Havant's semi-final opponents Gosport.

The home game against Boreham Wood has been rearranged for Tuesday 1 April.

Latest News   Gosport Borough 2 Sutton United 2 - full report & photos
04th February 2014

The U's came from two down to draw away to FA Trophy semi-finalists Gosport. In a game played throughout in coditions of heavy rain and howling gales, U's faced the elements in the first half and went two down thanks to a Sammy Igoe penalty and a long range shot from Mike Gosney, but Simon Downer replied with a crucial goal on the stroke of half time, heading in Lee Sawyer's corner. With the weather behind them in the second half U's dominated but could only manage Jamie Slabber's scrambled equaliser, although they did come close to a winner when Damian Scannell's cross was tipped on to the bar by Nathan Ashmore. With David Gregory having returned to Crystal Palace U's gave a debut to Welsh international goalkeeper Jason Brown, released by Cambridge United, but Alex Wynter's loan has been extended by another month. Full match report and photos here.

Team: Brown, Wynter, Binns, Weston(McCallum), Downer, Clough, Scannell, Dundas, Slabber, Taylor(Haysman), Sawyer.

Latest News   Youths v Leatherhead - Off
04th February 2014

Tonight's Youth County Cup Quarter-Final against Leatherhead has been postponed for the seventh time due to a waterlogged pitch, and rescheduled for next Thursday 13th February

Latest News   Youth Match v Leatherhead Off Again
03rd February 2014

Tonight's Youth Team match against Leatherhead has once again been postponed and will hopefully now be played tomorrow (Tuesday) evening, 7.45pm kick-off at Banstead

Latest News   Gosport on Tuesday
01st February 2014

Following Gosport's win at North Ferriby this afternoon, Tuesday night's game at Gosport Borough is on, subject of course to the weather. Click here for travel information  

Latest News   Progress on Community Front
31st January 2014

After a long period of what seemed like walking through treacle, it has been a very exciting few days for our community programme.  

Last week the London Borough of Sutton agreed to grant the club a long-term agreement for the use of Collingwood Recreation Ground for community sport and related activities. This is highly significant, as a long-term agreement is a pre-requisite for us to be able to apply for grant support for the provision of a new pavilion to be constructed entirely within the boundaries of the Borough Sports Ground. As we've always said, even this leaves us a long way to go. We need to gain planning consent for the project and then apply successfully for a Football Foundation grant. Even if that goes smoothly we would still need to find the balance of the costs. To residents we'd like to make an assurance that the agreement for use does not preclude any of the other common uses of the recreation ground, indeed the pavilion project would enhance the experience for users by providing additional facilities. Just three years ago the area was in a poor state, with grass so long that even dog-walking was difficult, and it is down to Sutton United, who are responsible for the grass being cut and pitches being maintained, that the area now looks so nice and is getting used ever more widely. Hopefully this lease will leverage sufficient funds to get the pavilion built, a significant investment in the borough and at no cost to the local authority or residents.  The pavilion will primarily provide changing rooms for junior football but will also be available for other uses. As well as a cafe and police office our longer terms plans include a small fitness room and maybe even an endless pool, which could be used as a sports rehabilitation centre or, indeed, for any local person recovering from injury. In terms of other activities in the recreation ground, Sutton United would not prevent these; in fact  we would encourage them and we would hopefully be able to help other organisations to deliver activities there.  Finally, we'd add that the project is not an income-earner for Sutton United FC and we are exploring various options for ring-fencing our community programme, through a Community Interest Company for example, so that there is transparency in the use of funds. 

Then, today, we were delighted to welcome a visit from the Rt Hon Maria Miller, MP, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. The Minister enjoyed a brief tour of the stadium and a presentation about our plans for a community pavilion as well as our wider community programme of education and support, especially for young people and those with disabilities. This was followed by a brief discussion with other local sports clubs. A brief video of the visit will be available on SUFCtv.

Latest News   Sutton v Boreham Wood - POSTPONED
31st January 2014


There will be an inspection at 10.30 on Saturday morning to decide whether the afternoon's Skrill South game at home to Boreham Wood can go ahead after more rain on Friday. If the game is played, it will be Sutton's first home game since Boxing Day, and will see them looking to complete a first league double of the season against a side who U's beat 3-1 at Broughinge Road in December. After half an hour of that game a Sutton win looked unlikely, with Boreham Wood having dominated and hit the woodwork twice while Sutton were lucky not to be down to ten men, but Damian Scannell's goal just before half time turned the game in Sutton's favour and by the time Graeme Montgomery had scored a spectacular late goal for the home side U's had the points sewn up with further goals from Craig Dundas and Jamie Slabber.

Boreham Wood come in to the game in the lower half of the table but their away form has been reasonable, with recent wins at Bishop's Stortford and Whitehawk, while earlier in the season they hit six without reply at Chelmsford and have also drawn at Bath and Ebbsfleet. They have signed Kudus Oyenuga on loan from Dundee in time for tomorrow's game - the former Tottenham youngster was Hayes & Yeading's top scorer last season and netted in their 5-1 defeat at Gander Green Lane in April.

Sutton, who have won the fixture 2-1 in each of the last two seasons, have recalled Gavin McCallum from loan at Tonbridge with Marvin Williams facing at least another month out with his achilles injury, and will look to build on the two excellent away wins at Basingstoke and Chelmsford.

If you can't get to the game, you can hear commentary on

Latest News   33rd Gentlemen's Evening Announced
30th January 2014

Friday, 28th March, 2014

Times Square Lounge at Sutton United Football Club

19:00 for 19:30 (Carriages Midnight)

Four Course Dinner - Dress Code Lounge Suits

Tickets £45 each or £450 for a table of 10

Special offer: £425 for a table of 10 if paid by the 28th February

We are very proud to present our Guest speaker Arsenal, Middlesbrough, Hull City and England legend RAY PARLOUR. Raymond “Ray” Parlour was nicknamed “The Romford Pele” by his colleague Marc Overmars, a tribute to his ability. Ray played regularly at Arsenal, first under George Graham and finally Arsene Wenger, where he landed two League and Cup Doubles. Ray is now a prolific TV and Radio pundit, regularly on BBC Radio 5 live and Talk Sport. It is with great pleasure we welcome Ray to Sutton United. Plus our compere and comedian is IAN IRVING, one of the most revered comedians on the UK circuit today. Ian is well known in the top circle of entertainers, and Jimmy Tarbuck said of Ian "when looking for a compere/after dinner speaker, Ian would rank very high up the list, possibly even top of the list!"

Click here for event poster and ticket application form.

Please book early to avoid disappointment,
the last two Gentlemen's Eveings sold out in a matter of a few days

Latest News   Youth Fixture Update
28th January 2014

The unrelenting rain this week has once again postponed Sutton's Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup match against Leatherhead, which will now be played on Monday 3rd February. Consequently we have agreed with Crawley Down Gatwick that we will now play them on Thursday 6th February to enable us to try and get two games in next week.



Latest News   January newsletter
28th January 2014

Click here for this month's Sutton United newsletter.

Latest News   Win a Skrill season ticket for the remainder of the season
28th January 2014

Win a Skrill season ticket for the remainder of the season

League sponsors Skrill are giving away a pair of season tickets to each Skrill Premier, Skrill North and Skrill South club for the remainder of the season. 

Whether it’s an exciting race for the league title, a promotion campaign or a battle to avoid the drop – there is plenty to play for at all 68 clubs. 

All you have to do is open a Skrill account using this link: 

Then simply e-mail us (from the account you registered with) to: 

Put the name of the team you support in the subject field and you will go into the draw. 

Opening a Skrill account is completely free of charge and takes no more than a minute! 

A range of benefits are open to all Skrill account holders and your entry into this competition will also enable us to tell you about other great offers and competitions specific to your team! 

Entries must be received by Wednesday 5th February at midnight. 

Terms and conditions: 1) Closing date for entries is Wednesday 5th February at midnight 2) Winners will be notified on Thursday 6th February, with every provision undertaken to send tickets on the same day. 3) Resale of tickets, privately or by public auction is forbidden (any tickets found for sale will be cancelled) 4) No purchase is necessary, opening a Skrill account is free of charge.

Latest News   THIS FRIDAY - Paul Canoville Q&A Evening
26th January 2014

A Question & Answer session with Paul Canoville (ex-Chelsea & Reading) will take place in the Vice-Presidents' Lounge this Friday, 31 January. From teenage delinquent to football stardom at Chelsea, Paul Canoville was the first black player to grace the Royal Blue shirt and to stand and fight against the racism aimed at him from the terraces, not only from opposition fans but from his own as well. Paul’s story, as told in his award-winning autobiography Black and Blue (below), follows his psychological fight against homelessness, drug-addiction and two bouts of life threatening cancer. Tickets are priced at £10 for this not-to-be-missed event. Contact Paul Liddiard on 07793 630622 or via for more details. Click here for Paul Canoville's website with more information.


Latest News   Dorchester v Sutton - 22 March - Free coach travel available
26th January 2014

To reward the fantastic support the team receives on its travels, the club is offering free coach travel to the away match v Dorchester on Saturday 22 March on a first come, first served basis. Put the date in your diary now and reserve your places in the Supporters' Club shop at a forthcoming home game. Please only put your name on the list if you really intend to travel. The players really appreciate the tremendous travelling support they are given, and as we enter a hectic schedule, it is going to be all-important.

Note that the South West Trains line between Southampton and Bournemouth is closed all weekend and so it will not be possible to do this trip by train.

Latest News   Basingstoke Town 0-1 Sutton United - full report, photos and reaction
26th January 2014

On a day when the wind made conditions very difficult, a moment of real quality from Jamie Taylor in the 16th minute earned the U's three well-deserved points when he fired in to the roof of the net after the goalkeeper had punched out a Damian Scannell cross.  Full match report, with photos, here and assistant manager Paul Telfer's views here.

Latest News   Basingstoke v Sutton preview and squad update
24th January 2014

As at 9.45 on Saturday morning we have had no indication of any problems concerning today's game but we will update this message if necessary.

After playing only one game in January so far, Sutton will be hoping that the weather behaves itself this weekend and allows the game at Basingstoke to go ahead (click here for travel details). It will be the first meeting this season between the sides, with Basingstoke one of several sides now chasing a play-off place in what has become a congested top half of the table. Sutton are currently in 4th place but are separated from 13th placed Chelmsford by only six points, and even 15th placed are only nine points behind U's with three games in hand.

Sutton's win at Chelmsford a fortnight ago looks an even better result now than it did at the time, with Chelmsford bouncing back with impressive away wins at Whitehawk and Concord Rangers, and tomorrow will be another test against a side who would move to within a point of Sutton were they to win, and who had a good win at Eastbourne last week, althought their most recent home game, against Whitehawk, saw them suffer a surprise 3-1 defeat, one of three games they have lost at the Camrose this season with Hayes and Bromley also picking up maximum points on the ground.

Missing from the line-up tomorrow will be Mitchell Nelson, who has become the latest player to leave Gander Green Lane to join Margate, where Jamie Stuart, Anthony Riviere, Sam Rents, and Dean McDonald are all in the squad - Riviere scoring but James Folkes, who joined Margate via Hemel Hempstead, being sent off in Tuesday's game against Dulwich when Margate saw a 2-0 half time lead turn in to a 4-2 defeat. Folkes has subsequently been released by the Kent club. Marvin Williams is a definite injury absentee and Simon Downer also doubtful, but U's have signed 21-year-old defender Louis John on loan from Crawley until the end of the season. He played a number of games for the Sutton youth team three seasons ago before joining Crawley, who awarded him his first professional contract at the end of last season. He replaces Harry Osborne, whose loan from Charlton expired this week and who returned to the Charlton development squad in today's 1-1 draw with Millwall.


Latest News   Reserves Game at Horsham YMCA Off
23rd January 2014

Tonight's Suburban League Shield fixture at Horsham YMCA has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch

Latest News   Press Association named official data supplier for the Football Conference
20th January 2014

The Press Association (PA), the UK’s leading multimedia news agency and digital content supplier, has been named the official and exclusive supplier of data for the Football Conference. 

The agreement, which commences immediately, will run until the end of the 2015/16 season; and will see PA collect and deliver high level data from every Skrill Conference Premier game, including information on matches in the Skrill North and South divisions. 

This partnership will enhance the Football Conference league’s data rights in the UK, ensuring that the provision of rich, consistent and accurate football data is swiftly available to the media sector via PA. 

Margaret Hicks-Clarke, PA’s Head of Operations, says: “We have considerable experience both in the collection and commercial use of football data on behalf of rights holders and we look forward to a successful partnership with the Football Conference. 

“Our partnership will further enhance the profile of the Football Conference within the media sector of grass roots football, while also delivering a high level data service to the market place through standalone statistics, plus PA’s industry leading graphics and datatorials.” 

Brian Lee, Chairman at the Football Conference, says: “We are delighted to enter into this agreement with the Press Association - a renowned and well-respected supplier of sports data to media outlets throughout the country. 

“This move will increase publicity and awareness of The Football Conference’s growing brand, while satisfying the appetite of sports fans to tap into match data on a regular basis. Our partnership has been cemented already through close cooperation to produce a first class web based app which is FREE to all football followers world-wide and will supplement our current exposure to an ever increasing fan base”. 

The Football Conference app will be officially launched at 11am on Wednesday 29th January and will be available from a link on the Football Conference website.


Latest News   Player news
14th January 2014

After announcing at the weekend that Jamie Taylor and Craig Dundas had signed extensions to their Sutton contracts, manager Paul Doswell is delighted to confirm that popular winger Dale Binns has followed suit and this week signed an extension to cover next season. Paul said ''It's fantastic news for the club and, with these three players added to Mitchell Nelson, Charlie Clough, Lee Sawyer, Damian Scannell and Jamie Slabber, who are already signed on for next year, we're already planning for next season and it gives us the basis of a great squad.''

Latest News   3G - Has Its Time Come?
12th January 2014

The current spell of persistent rain has served as a reminder of how vulnerable non-League football in particular is to the weather. We don't have the resources of the professional clubs to safeguard pitches and ensure that games, as far as is practicable, go ahead. So this is a good time to confirm that Sutton United has submitted a proposed rule change to the Skrill Football Conference, which has been seconded, that would allow clubs in the competition to play games on approved 3G surfaces. Why have we done this? Well, the technical debate about 3G is surely over. World Cup qualifiers and Champions League games have all been played on 3G, various clubs below the Conference use the surface to generally positive reports and enjoy a variety of benefits that derive from having a pitch that can be used more than a grass surface ever could.  This doesn't necessarily mean that Sutton United would want to install a 3G pitch, that's a discussion for another day, but we strongly believe that clubs at all levels of the domestic game should have the right to decide for themselves and we hope that the Member clubs will vote in favour of this proposal, continuing the Conference's long tradition of being a force for change.

Latest News   Chelmsford 0-2 Sutton United - full report, photos and reaction
11th January 2014

Second half goals by Jamie Slabber (an outstanding header) and Dale Binns gave the U's a well deserved win at Melrose Park this afternoon. Full report and photos here.

After the game Paul Doswell confirmed that Ali Fuseini, who missed today's game through suspension, has been released and is to return to league leaders Bromley, from where he joined Sutton last March. For full interview, and for highlights of the game, click here.

Latest News   Community Business Network Seminar - 27 January
09th January 2014

The date of the next Sutton United Community Business Network event is Monday 27th January at lunchtime and is a Professional Services Seminar being hosted at 12.30pm by RAM Security and Fire Solutions at their new showroom and headquarters in Ewell High Street . It’s free of charge and you’re welcome to bring a colleague or separate business guest. But you need to reserve your place(s).

What you need to know: 

Hosts & Venue: RAM Security and Fire Solutions 

Address: 27 High Street , Ewell, Surrey KT17 1SD 

Date: Monday 27th January 2014 

Time: 12.30pm – 2.30pm approx 

Admission & Refreshment: free, including buffet and beverages 

Parking: two nearby car parks - £1 for three hours, £1.20 for four. 

Enquiries at venue:  0208 393 0222 (hosts Marina Gavin & Richard Adamson) 

How to reserve your place: 

Just email your request for a reservation to Richard Amey at and include the name, business name and email address of any guest or colleague you wish to bring with you.

Latest News   Dons defender arrives on loan
06th January 2014

Sutton have signed Welsh international defender Rhys Weston on loan for a month from AFC Wimbledon. The 33-year-old came through the academy at Arsenal, making one first team appearance, and then played over 200 games for Cardiff City, being a part of the team that rose from the old third division to the Championship, and also spent three years with Walsall as well as a spell as captain of Dundee as they finished second in the Scottish first division two seasons ago. He joined Wimbledon in the summer and has made eight first team appearances this season. He has also played in Norway, Iceland and Malaysia, and has been capped five times at full international level by Wales.

Latest News   Sutton United v Gosport Borough preview. MATCH POSTPONED
03rd January 2014

Match postponed due to waterlogged pitch. The reserves' Suburban Shield game at Tonbridge has already been postponed.

Should the game survive the weather it will be the first ever meeting between Sutton and Gosport Borough, who were promoted at the end of last season through the Southern League play-offs, winning at Hemel Hempstead in the final. They have found the step-up in status a challenge, and have been in or around the bottom three for most of the season, but recently they have shown signs of better form, picking up their first away league win of the season at Concord Rangers at the beginning of December, a week after putting the same side of of the FA Trophy, and they still retain an interest in that competition having survived two games against Skrill Premier team Nuneaton Town before winning on penalties. They travel to Hungerford Town next week in the third round.

Several familiar faces could be in the Gosport line-up tomorrow, with the squad likely to include Andy Forbes, a member of Sutton's 2011 Isthmian championship squad, Tom Dunford, who had a brief spell at Gander Green Lane at the start of the same season, and Adam Wilde, a member of the squad in Paul Doswell's first season at the club. Experienced striker Tim Sills is also now at Privett Park.

While there may be some familiar names in the Gosport squad, there could be several unfamiliar ones in the U's line-up, with three potential debutants. Goalkeeper David Gregory and Adam Wynter, who can play at the back or in midfield and had a loan period at Eastbourne last season, have both joined on youth loans from Crystal Palace while Paul has also signed winger Dammy Shitta, a member of the Millwall Under 21 side last season who had a spell on loan at Ebbsfleet. Missing will be Sam Rents, the latest of the squad to join Margate's push for promotion from the Ryman League after making 87 apperances for Sutton, scoring seven goals.

Before the game you can watch the Blackburn Rovers v Manchester City FA Cup tie on television in the bar (ko 12.45), with Arsenal taking on Tottenham at 5.15, and if you can't get to the game then full commentary live from the ground is available at

Latest News   Club Bulletin, 02 Jan 2013
03rd January 2014

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Latest News   What's on at the Famous Boom Boom Club
01st December 2013

The Boom Boom Club at Sutton United is the top local venue fo rlive music, specialising in the country's top tribute acts and the best blues and soul artists.

Fri 14 Mar  JOHNNY WARMAN'S MAGIC BUS ( Tkts £12/£10 adv  The Who 50th anniversary concert

Sun 16 Mar  DIZZY LIZZY ( Tkts £12/£10 adv - make sure there's whisky in your jar 

Wed 19 Mar  BLUES CARAVAN ( Tkts £13/£12 adv


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