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Latest News   Junior Football At Goals Sutton
21st July 2014

Goals Sutton are holding a junior football tournament on Friday 1st August, starting at 6pm, for teams at age groups under 12, 14 and 16.  Girls teams are welcome to enter.  See attached poster for more details.

Event poster

Latest News   Hammers Due Down The Lane
21st July 2014

This Wednesday, 23rd July (7.45), sees a West Ham development squad visit The Lane for what promises to be another interesting clash, and hopes are high that it will be as entertaining as the young Irons last visit. 

The West Ham squad is likely to comprise the following players and may give U's fans a chance to see highly rated youngsters Blair Turgott, Seb Lletget and Reece Oxford:-

Squad: Brown, Boness, Knoyle, Westley, Mavila, Page, Onariase, Burke, Harney, Oxford, Makasi, Cullen, Nasha, Bywater, Lletget, Parfitt-Williams, Sadlier, Amoo, Gordon, Turgott, Pike, McCallum, Lee and Maiga.

Admission will be £10 for adults, £6 concessions and just £2 for under-16s.

Latest News   Legends Dazzle In First Tache Trophy Game
20th July 2014

The John Rains all-star XI appropriately took the inaugural Tache Trophy by beating the Cup Legends 3-2 in a veterans game staged to commemorate 25 years since THAT FA Cup win. With only Phil Dawson missing from the starting eleven from that famous January day in 1989, the Coventry heroes took a deserved lead through Paul McKinnon but then Nko Ekoku equalised.  Jack Moore, grandson of former Chairman Dave Hermitage restored the lead just after the interval before John’s son Matt Rains equalised with the goal of the game. The winner for the John Rains XI came from Paul “George” Thornton. 

Graham Morris, Paul Rogers, Trevor Roffey, Mike Cornwell, Nigel Golley, Vernon Pratt, Matt Hanlan
Lennie Dennis, Paul McKinnon, Robyn Jones, Barrie Williams, Tony Rains, Steve Fowler, Micky Stephens.

Referee(s):  Mark Frake & Paul Doswell

This was a great way to mark the 25th anniversary, with so many Sutton legends on the pitch at the same time and stirring great memories for all who watched. £140 was raised for MacMillan Cancer Support through a ground collection and the raffle of a signed football.

Latest News   U's 4 Reading XI 0 - full report
19th July 2014

On a scorching hot afternoon the U’s rolled out comfortable winners against a talented but physically outgunned Reading side and all fifteen U’s players on view enjoyed valuable playing time and each turned in a good performance.

The opening goal came after just 5 minutes, U’s keeping possession inside the Reading box until Charlie Clough finished with a delicate chip into the far corner.  Jamie Taylor and Marvin Williams were looking especially lively and when JT set up his strike partner with a cheeky back flick the number 11 saw his shot saved by Henley for a corner.  Tom Lovelock made a good low stop after a slip by Louis John had let in Samuel but it was the young defender who then made it 2-0 with a diving header in the 31st minute from Michael Spillane’s free-kick after a foul on Kane Haysman. Just before the break Williams grabbed a well-deserved goal, firing home left footed from another Taylor lay-off.

Williams' last act of the afternoon was to set up Jessy Reindorf for goal number four in the 52nd minute with a low near-post cross and then Henley saved well from a Reindorf header, the Rwandan player showing plenty of evidence why he could be aerial threat this season.  Henley saved well again, this time at the feet of Claudiu Hoban before the last ten minutes saw the pace slow as the heat took its toll.

Starting XI:- Tom Lovelock,  Lloyd Foot, Luke Ruddick, Michael Spillane, Louis John, Charlie Clough,  Kane Haysman, Craig Dundas, Ricky Wellard, Jamie Taylor, Marvin Williams.

Substitutes:- Claudiu Hoban, Jessy Reindorf, Dammy Shitta, Jordan Hibbert, Jamie Lawrence

45 Hoban for Haysman, Shitta for Spillane, Reindorf for Foot
50 Hibbert for Dundas
52 Haysman for Williams
57 Lawreence for Ruddick
64 Foot for Taylor
70 Spillane for Wellard

Ref: Mike Coen

Latest News   Sutton United 0 Chelsea U-21s 0
14th July 2014

A crowd of 1738 watched Sutton and Chelsea's Under-21s cancel each other out for the most part at a revamped Gander Green Lane on Saturday. Marvin Williams had Sutton's best chance of the first half, latching onto Ben King's cross but was denied by a smart save by the visiting keeper whilst Michael Spillane could only find the side netting after cleverly beating his marker. A host of substitutions during and after half-time, together with the July heat, limited the match as a spectacle but Chelsea had the better of the chances and were denied by both the woodwork and some excellent goalkeeping by U's stopper Tom Lovelock.

Sutton are next in action this Saturday against Reading Under-21s.

Sutton squad:
Tom Lovelock, Louis John, Ben King, Dammy Shitta, Luke Ruddick, Charlie Clough, Kane Haysman, Michael Spillane, Ricky Wellard, Jamie Taylor, Marvin Williams, Lloyd Foot, Craig Dundas, Claudio Hoban, Jordan Hibbert, Isaac Philpot, Scott Munro, Jamie Lawrence

Latest News   Ricky signs up
08th July 2014

Manager Paul Doswell has completed the signing of midfielder Ricky Wellard,who appeared in the pre-season friendly against Winchester on Saturday. The 26-year-old began his career with Ashford Town (Middlesex) before a move to AFC Wimbledon, for whom he made over 80 appearances. He has also played for Cambridge United and most recently Salisbury, appearing regularly in the Conference Premier last season.

Latest News   The U's 2013/14 end of season 2- Disc DVD: ORDER NOW!
08th July 2014

A year in the making, the 2013-14 season review DVD features coverage of every game played from the 1st PSF to the last kick of the play-off semi-final against Dover in May. We have video from 49 matches making this the most complete compilation of any season in the club's history.

Follow every twist and turn as the U's come so desperately close to promotion to the Conference Premier after the club's best ever finish in the Conference South as 'Runners-up'. The double DVD set includes interviews and photos from Paul Loughlin as well over 2 hours of video action. 

Sutton United Season 2013-14 The Blue Square South Return Vol 3 'Runners-up' DVD. 

TWO DVD Set is all yours for the paltry sum of just £10+p/pOrder online now, limited stocks: 

07th July 2014

The Super Sponsors' Club prize draw took place in the VPs' lounge on Monday evening, we now have 10 Super Sponsors for the new football season.

1st - Home Counties Pools and Tubs  whose prize includes their company name on the back of the home shirts and shorts  

2nd - Autotec Workshop whose prize includes their company name on the 1st team track suits  

3rd - Smith and Byford whose prize includes a table for 10 people at a Gentlemen's evening  

4th = Amp and Decks whose prize includes 2 match-day sponsorship packages  

A big thank you to all of our Super Sponsors for their support.

Graham Baker  

Commercial Manger

Latest News   Winchester City 1-5 Sutton United
05th July 2014

WINCHESTER CITY 1 SUTTON UTD 5 (Williams 2, Reindorf, Dundas, Lockwood pen)

Marvin Williams scored twice, and summer signings Jessy Reindorf and Matt Lockwood opened their accounts for Sutton as U's came from a goal down at half time to win 5-1 in today's first friendly. Craig Dundas was the other scorer. Sutton had most of the possession before half time but were unable to find a breakthrough, with Jamie Taylor having a shot saved and Ricky Wellard, most recently with Salisbury but previously with Ashford and AFC Wimbledon, ended a strong run with a shot that hit the post. It was Winchester who took the lead five minutes before half time when the Sutton defence failed to deal with a low cross and the ball was tapped over the line. U's made a number of half time substitutions and one of the replacements, Williams, scored the equaliser when he capitalised on a goalkeeping error. Soon afterwards he turned provider when his run and cross found Reindorf, whose shot was miscued but found the net. Williams scored again, following up after Marvin Brooks, with Poole Town last season, had seen his shot saved, and another substitute, Craig Dundas, then powered in a header from a corner. It seemed as though Williams would complete a hat-trick when he went through, but he was upended by the goalkeeper, who would probably have been sent off had it not been a friendly. Lockwood converted the penalty to round off a good afternoon for Sutton, whose squad also included Southampton Academy player Lloyd Foot and triallist Scott Monro.

Team: Alan Julian, Lloyd Foot, Matt Lockwood, Michael Spillane, Louis John, Charlie Clough, Claudio Huban, Ricky Wellard, Jessy Reindorf, Jamie Taylor, Kane Haysman. Subs used Marvin Williams, Marvin Brooks, Craig Dundas, Dammy Shitta, Scott Monro, Ben King, Tom Lovelock. Att 181

One absentee was Lee Sawyer, who is joining Chelmsford on a three month loan.

Latest News   Chelsea Due Next Saturday - Ticketing Information
05th July 2014

The U's start pre-season today at Winchester but it's just seven days until we face a talented Chelsea side in our first home game as we reveal the new-look Borough Sports Ground.

You can avoid the match-day queues by buying your tickets in advance (buy on-line now at ) or buy your tickets at the club bar, and take advantage of the dedicated gate for ticket-holders.  Tickets will be available on-line until Wednesday 9th July, before 09.00, and after that advance tickets may still be bought in person from the club bar, up until Friday evening.   Anyone who has not bought a ticket already will still be able to gain admission on match day at the turnstiles.

With good weather expected we have even laid on an ice-cream van, so what more could you want to go with our re-vamped stadium, a look at our own new players and Chelsea's future stars.

Latest News   Conference South fixtures - Full List
04th July 2014

Sutton will begin the 2014/15 Conference South season on Saturday 9 August away to Maidenhead United, which is likely to mean an early meeting with defender Simon Downer, who left us last month and recently agreed terms with the Berkshire club. Sutton's only league defeat of 2014 to date came in April at York Road when two late Danny Green goals saw Maidenhead win 3-2. Sutton's first home game is against Havant & Waterlooville on Tuesday 12 August, the only scheduled home midweek evening game, followed by a visit from Salisbury City on Saturday 16 August. The Boxing Day/New Year's Day games see U's face promoted Wealdstone, visiting Grosvenor Vale on Boxing Day, while St Albans visit Gander Green Lane on Sunday 28 December and U's make the longest trip of the season to Weston-super-Mare the following Sunday. U's have one more Sunday game - on 2 November away to Hayes & Yeading, who are groundsharing this season with Maidenhead. Midweek trips are to Whitehawk (9 September), Salisbury (7 October) andHemel Hempstead(27 January). For the second time in three seasons Boreham Wood are the other Bank Holiday opposition, with U's at home on Easter Monday. The season finishes at home to Maidenhead on Saturday 25 April.

The full fixture list is below.

Saturday 9 August v Maidenhead United (A)

Tuesday 12 August v Havant & Waterlooville (H)

Saturday 16 August v Salisbury City (H)

Saturday 23 August v Chelmsford City (A)

Monday 25 August v Boreham Wood (H)

Saturday 30 August v St Albans City (A)

Saturday 6 September v Concord Rangers (H)

Tuesday 9 September v Whitehawk (A)

Saturday 13 September v Staines Town (H)

Saturday 20 September v Ebbsfleet United (A)

Saturday 4 October v Bath City (H)

Tuesday 7 October v Salisbury City (A)

Saturday 18 October v Farnborough (A)

Saturday 25 October v Bishop's Stortford (H)

Sunday 2 November v Hayes & Yeading United (A)

Saturday 8 November v Eastbourne Borough (H)

Saturday 15 November v Hemel Hempstead Town (H)

Saturday 22 November v Bromley (A)

Saturday 6 December v Basingstoke Town (A)

Saturday 20 December v Whitehawk (H)

Friday 26 December v Wealdstone (A)

Sunday 28 December v St Albans City (H)

Thursday 1 January v Wealdstone (H)

Sunday 4 January v Weston-super-Mare (A)

Saturday 10 January v Gosport Borough (A)

Saturday 17 January v Ebbsfleet United (H)

Saturday 24 January v Havant & Waterlooville (A)

Tuesday 27 January v Hemel Hempstead Town (A)

Saturday 31 January v Farnborough (H)

Saturday 7 February v Concord Rangers (A)

Saturday 14 February v Weston-super-Mare (H)

Saturday 21 February v Bromley (H)

Saturday 28 February v Staines Town (A)

Saturday 7 March v Hayes & Yeading United (H)

Saturday 14 March v Bishop's Stortford (A)

Saturday 21 March v Gosport Borough (H)

Saturday 28 March v Eastbourne Borough (A)

Saturday 4 April v Chelmsford City (H)

Monday 6 April (Easter Monday) v Boreham Wood (A)

Saturday 11 April v Basingstoke Town (H)

Saturday 18 April v Bath City (A)

Saturday 25 April v Maidenhead United (H)

Latest News   U's set for first friendly as one more added
04th July 2014

The World Cup may still have a week to run, but the build-up to the 2014-15 season begins for Sutton tomorrow with a visit to Wessex League club Winchester City giving U's travelling fans the chance for a first sight of the close-season signings before next Saturday's prestige game against Chelsea's championship-winning Under-21 side, when the improvements to the Gander Green Lane ground will also be on view.

Tomorrow's game is a 3pm kick off and will be played at Winchester's Denplan City Ground in Hillier Way, in the Abbotts Barton district just north of the city centre. The post code is SO23 7SR, and the ground is just off the B3047 Worthy Road. It's reached by leaving the M3 at junction 9 and initially following the A34 towards Newbury before taking the A33 towards Basingstoke. In Kings Worthy turn left on to the B3047, go under the A34, and on reaching the outskirts of Winchester look for Russell Road on the left. At the end of Russell Road turn right, then immediately left in to Hillier Way.

By rail Winchester is about an hour from Clapham Junction with direct services at 12 and 46 minutes past the hour, and a service at 27 minutes past the hour which requires a change at Basingstoke.

The sides last met at Winchester in a friendly prior to the 2009/10 season, the game finishing goalless.

Sutton have also announced today that there will be a friendly away to AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday 22 July, kick off 7.45. This now gives U's seven friendlies as follows:

Saturday 5 July, 3pm v Winchester City (A)

Saturday 12 July, 3pm v Chelsea U-21(H)

Saturday 19 July, 3pm v Farnborough (H) - preceded by Coventry reunion veterans' game

Tuesday 22 July, 7.45pm v AFC Wimbledon (A)

Saturday 26 July, 3.00pm v Maidstone United (A)

Tuesday 29 July, 3.00pm v Aldershot Town (H)

Saturday 2 August, 3.00pm v Cambridge United (H)

Latest News   FA Youth Cup Draw
04th July 2014

Sutton will travel to Kent Youth League side Phoenix Sports in the First Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup following today's draw at Wembley. With both clubs given a bye from the Preliminary Round, the match will be played week commencing 22nd September.

Latest News   Dos Excited By New Season And Visit Of Chelsea Stars
29th June 2014

Wow, what a great six weeks we've had since the end of my best ever season. The ground has had a major facelift and the pitch has been laser levelled and reseeded and looks magnificent. As you can imagine we've all been extremely busy getting the ground remodelled, all ready for the visit of Chelsea U-21s, who are the best in the country at the moment.

Last season we had a crowd of over 2500 for the Chelsea game and I can't emphasise enough what a huge difference it makes to the club financially to help kick start the season. One of the main reasons for that attendance was the help the supporters gave to this great club in getting out there delivering leaflets, getting into the town and getting the interest going into the game. We desperately need this same push urgently again for this season's game and I really hope when people see what the new ground looks like they will return in their numbers!!

This is a special club, one that we all get drawn to. The "we're all in it together" motto that we have adopted was never more needed. The club has backed the vision of modernising, and the next five years will be spent growing organically with good young players and financial prudence, which is a feature of the boardroom and one which must be applauded. We are not awash with money and the five-year plan includes paying for this re-modernisation whilst keeping a competitive playing squad. I believe the recent signings and departures point to this new direction, and I would ask all of you to appreciate we are taking a very different approach to some clubs in our league, and the sad situation at Salisbury and Hereford, only strengthens our resolve to be sensible.  

Success is judged in many ways and a top five finish and good cup runs are my measure for Sutton. I am determined to keep pushing to play in the Conference National, and can assure you all we will work tirelessly to achieve this aim. Whilst it's right we are looking forward, it is also so important to remember the club's great history, and although I have heard many stories of the previous players and matches, the FA Cup win against Coventry must rank as the biggest and best!! It is a great honour to let you know that Frakey has allowed me to referee the second half of the veterans' match on the 19th July and all the stars of the past will be there. I'm sure it will be a great occasion and one I'm really looking forward to!!  

I can't finish without some hellos and goodbyes. Steve McKimm begins his fledgling managerial career at Tonbridge and was a great servant to the club. I really hope he has great success and maybe one day we could see him back at Sutton. Paul Telfer has settled in well at Indy 11 and is coming back at Xmas to say hello. The departures of these two were expected and I am delighted that Peter Beadle and Matty Lockwood are joining Micky, Jamie Lawrence and myself as Head Coach and assistant player coach respectively. It is a real coup to get Peter and Matty and they share in the new long-term vision at the club. Indeed it was Bead's success at West Brom's Academy and subsequent FA Youth Cup fourth round game against Manchester City at the Etihad with Hereford that convinced me he was the right man to approach. Matty was assistant manager at Dundee and both possess UEFA A coaching badges, so the young players couldn't ask for a better coaching set up to improve.  

On the playing front we were sorry to lose Jamie and Damian in the close season, but the fee and change of direction to encourage our young players was accepted. We wish both well. Kane Haysman is back with us on July first and, subject to one trial with a league one club, has agreed to a one year contract, and Louis John has also signed a two year deal. Luke Ruddick and Callum Hart, players I personally know very well from Salisbury, have joined, and as with Marvin Williams have accepted pay as you play contracts which shows a measure of the character of all three players, but also their belief in themselves that they can have productive, injury-free seasons. We wish them all well!! Finally, let's get the ground rocking this year. The new covered terrace at the Collingwood Road end will improve the atmosphere, and you are so important as our twelfth man.

Let's show everyone what it really means to be IN IT TOGETHER!!!  

See you on the 12th,   


Latest News   U's v Chelsea U-21 pre-match lunch
29th June 2014

There will be a pre-match lunch before our prestigious pre-season friendly against Chelsea U-21s, on Saturday 12th July  

The bar opens at 12 midday and lunch will start at 12.30, a 3-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, just email, before Tuesday 8th July.   

Latest News   Ball Donors for Season 2014-15
24th June 2014

Would you like to be a Sutton United ball donor this season ?

For just £50 you can.  

There are opportunities to be a ball sponsor at any of our pre-season matches including the prestigious game against the Chelsea U-21 side on July the 12th

To book your sponsorship this season,  please contact Mark Kidd on 07880 602 392 or e-mail

Latest News   Season tickets now available
19th June 2014

Season tickets for the coming 2014-15 season are now available, giving admission not just to all home Conference South, Suburban League and Ryman Youth League games for the season but also the pre-season friendlies against Chelsea (12 July), Farnborough (19 July), Aldershot (29 July) and Cambridge United (2 August). 

All prices remain unchanged, so a stand season ticket costs £210 and a ground season ticket £185. Concessionary charges for senior supporters (age 60 and over) are £120 for a stand season ticket and £95 for a ground ticket, while Under 16 supporters and those in full time education can once again take advantage of our junior season tickets at £25. This is a particular incentive to full-time students over the age of 16 who would otherwise pay the concessionary matchday admission of £6.

Season ticket holders over 18 can also become Vice-Presidents for an extra £25.

To download and print an adult/senior renewal form click here 

For an Under 16/student renewal form click here 

Please note that existing season ticket holders should by now have received renewal invitations through the post giving details of the discount on these prices due to the temporarily reduced matchday admission prices last season, and should use that form to renew. 

Latest News   Two in, one out in defensive switch
19th June 2014

Manager Paul Doswell has signed defenders Luke Ruddick and Callum Hart from Salisbury City, but has confirmed that Simon Downer will not be in Sutton colours next season. 24-year-old Luke Ruddick is a right-back who has also played for Bath City, while Callum Hart is a 28-year-old left-sided defender who has played in the Football League for Bournemouth and has been with Salisbury for three seasons. Both players appeared regularly in the Conference Premier last season. Paul said: ''These are two good signings of players who have played at a higher level and were very keen to join us. I'm hopefully going to make one more signing next week in central midfield, then the squad for next season should be complete.''

However Simon Downer has left the club just short of his 200th appearance. He first joined U's in November 2008 for a short spell but rejoined in the summer of 2010, playing a key role in the Ryman championship success of 2011 and winning the Players' Player of the Year award the following season as U's reached the Conference South play-offs at the first attempt. Paul said: ''Simon's work circumstances have changed, and made travelling from his Swindon home more difficult, so it's likely that he's going to join a club nearer to home which will be more convenient. He has been a pillar of our defence for several seasons, and I'd like to thank him for his contribution to our success.''

Latest News   Volunteer Needed - Vital Role
13th June 2014

Most of us, including members of the Board and Committee, turn up for games or meetings or Boom Boom nights without much thought for the myriad of little tasks that are undertaken behind the scenes on an almost everyday basis. But, if those jobs didn't get done things would grind to a halt.  

We are now looking for someone who can take on the role of coordinating and managing these jobs.  You don't have to be a handyman yourself, although a little understanding wouldn't do any harm, but you do need to be excellent at getting things done. It's about assessing the problem, sometimes getting quotes, getting someone in and making sure the work gets done at the right time and when it doesn't interfere with anything else that's going on. You can think of the role as maintenance manager, estates manager or general factotum, what's important is that you are reliable and work well with other people.  

As always, this is a volunteer role but it would be helpful if you are able to get down the ground during the week, not every day but maybe once or twice, so perhaps the role would suit someone who is retired or has their own business.   If you think you could take on this role, please e-mail

Latest News   Strikers Are Key 2014-15
10th June 2014


Strikers Are Key was a massive success last year and, most importantly, everybody seemed to enjoy the fun so we are delighted to announce details of this year's scheme. Paul Doswell has confirmed that the three strikers to feature in the scheme will be Jamie Taylor, Marvin Williams and our new international centre forward, Jessy Reindorf.

To read the details of this year's scheme and download an application form, click on the links below.

SAK Rules

Application Form

Latest News   Ex O's favourite joins U's
10th June 2014

Manager Paul Doswell has agreed terms with former Leyton Orient defender Matt Lockwood, who will join the club in a player-coach role for the coming season. Matt, who has been playing for Dundee for the past four seasons, including one season in the Scottish Premier League, made over 300 appearances for Orient between 1998 and 2007, being named three times in the PFA Team of the Season for their division. He previously played 63 games for Bristol Rovers and has also played for Nottingham Forest, Colchester and Barnet. Paul said of his new signing: ''We've signed Matt as a player first and foremost, but he's also, along with Jamie Lawrence, going to help Peter Beadle on the coaching side. He's a Business Development Officer for a casino and will be in London for his work, so his circumstances are well suited to him joining us.'' Matt says that he is looking forward to joining Sutton. ''I was talking to Paul this time last year, but the timing wasn't quite right for me, but we've been speaking again for the last 4-6 weeks, and I know he's passionate about the club, successful and has ambitions to take the club to the next level, so it's an exciting project. Although I'm 37 I'm still fit and can still do a job on the pitch, but the coaching aspect appeals to me as well and I'm really looking forward to it.''

Paul says that there may be another signing to come soon.''I've been talking to a right-back who's been playing in the Conference for the last two seasons, and hopefully something will happen there in the next few days.'' In other news from the playing squad, Craig Dundas has been appointed club captain, although Charlie Clough will remain as team captain on the pitch. ''Craig was delighted to be asked'', said Paul. ''He's so highly thought of within the club, and his experience will be invaluable''. Paul also said that new signing Jessy Reindorf will join Jamie Taylor and Marvin Williams as qualifying players in this season's 'Strikers Are Key' scheme.

Latest News   One more friendly added
10th June 2014

We have arranged a home friendly against Conference South rivals Farnborough on Saturday 19 July, kick off 3pm. That Saturday sees the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the FA Cup victory against Coventry, and a veterans' game is scheduled for before the Farnborough game. Further details on timings etc will follow nearer the time.

Latest News   Paul excited by two new signings
07th June 2014

Manager Paul Doswell has announced two new signings today and says he is excited about seeing both players in action for Sutton. Jessy Reindorf is a 22-year-old, 6'5'' French-born striker who has represented Rwanda at full international level, including World Cup qualifiers, and played for Bury and Tamworth last season, scoring for Bury in the League Cup against Norwich and then finding the target four times in eight games at the end of the season from Tamworth. Paul said: ''Steve Beck watched him twice before the end of last season, while Peter Beadle saw him when he played against Hereford and he scored against Alan Julian in the game against Dartford. He's a raw and exciting talent, and is flying over at the end of June to join us - my mum and dad are going to put him up. It's a great opportunity for him to be coached and hopefully turn in to a superstar, and I'm excited about his signing because he'll offer us something different.''

Also with Tamworth last season was 22-year-old Romanian-born winger Claudiu Hoban, who was a junior with Leicester City and had subsequent spells with Kettering, Daventry and Histon. Paul said: ''Through watching Jessy we became aware of Claudiu, who again is a very raw, young, exciting talent who we think we can coach to become even better. Both players were very keen to join us with the morning training, and while neither is the finished article, they'll bring a great freshness and work ethic to the squad and we're looking forward to working with them.''

Paul hopes also to announce the signing of an experienced defender later this week.

Latest News   Super Sponsors' Club 2014/15
06th June 2014

We would again like to invite local businesses to join our popular Super Sponsors' Club for 2014/15 and have the opportunity to see their brand associated with one of the most successful and high-profile names in non-League football.  

The following packages WILL go to lucky members of the Super Sponsors' Club:-

First team shirt sponsorship, with usual hospitality benefits Company name on 1st team tracksuits, with usual hospitality benefits Table of ten at one of our sell-out Gentlemen's Evenings Two first team match sponsorships

Each package contains so much more, please click here to download further details.

Latest News   Admission Prices Frozen
02nd June 2014

We are delighted to confirm that admission prices for next season have been frozen. That means that Adult Admission to the Lane stays at £12, with concessions at £6 (Senior Citizens aged 60 & over, and students with valid photo-ID) and junior admission (under-16s) still at just £2.

Season Tickets also stay unchanged:-

Adult Ground       £185         Adult Stand       £210

Senior Citizens Ground £95        Senior Citizens Stand  £120

Juniors (under 16)  £25. As a bonus, this price is also available to full-time students who would otherwise have to pay the matchday admission price of £6. 

Vice-Presidency costs £25 on top of the season ticket price.

Also, following last season's period of reduced prices, any existing season ticket holder who renews will get a 10% discount on these prices.

Season ticket application forms will be available shortly.

Latest News   Crowdfunder Target Reached - But Don't Stop Now !
02nd June 2014

£20,000! We did it, or rather YOU all did it. What a fantastic effort and many, many thanks to everyone who has contributed to our Crowdfunder scheme. This money will go straight towards our new pavilion project but we still have four and a bit days left so there is no reason to rest on our laurels, the more we can raise over the new few days the easier it will be to get the pavilion built as we want it, so keep chasing your friends and colleagues. We always knew we had the best supporters anywhere and you have all just proved it yet again.

Thank you. Dave

Latest News   Player news
30th May 2014

Strikers Jamie Slabber and Damian Scannell have joined Bromley today. Having received two bids from the Kent club,we have decided to accept their third to allow Jamie and Damian to move to Hayes Lane.

Both players have now secured new positions at their work, which made daytime training difficult. We would like to thank both players for their efforts last season in achieving a best ever Conference South finish.

Manager Paul Doswell commented: ''It was a fantastic final offer from Bromley, and both Jamie and Damo were struggling with work to commit to training. Both are great lads and I wish them well at Bromley. From our perspective we are very excited about the coming season. We have in my opinion signed the best keeper in this league, have a great spine with Clough and Spetch, and Dundas and Spillane in front of them, and Williams and Taylor up front. Add the best winger in Dale Binns, and Lee Sawyer, who was a revelation at right back, and we are more than OK.

Louis John will sign on August 1st when his Crawley contract expires, Tom and Dammy will push very hard to get in the starting eleven, and I am very hopeful Kane Haysman will be with us on July 1st.

We are looking to sign a left back, a wide player and a centre forward, to finish the squad, all the targets have been spoken to and are letting me know as soon as possible."

Finally Simon Downer is waiting to see if work will allow him to stay, and the club have given him as much time as needed. He is desperate to stay, but a full time position might become available.

Latest News   Live at the Famous Boom Boom Club
11th May 2014

The Boom Boom Club at Sutton United is the region's premier live music venue for the best in classic tribute bands and modern blues.

Fri 27 Jun  MARCUS MALONE BAND ( Tkts £12/£10 adv.  "Marcus Malone is a magnificent fusion of Bad Company meets Robert Cray" -"the voice of Paul Rogers, the guitar tone of Walter Trout"

Fri 04 Jul  PAUL COX SOUL INTENTION ( £12/£10 adv.  Paul Cox has for long been regarded as one of Europe’s greatest soul and blues singers, a fact finally recognised when he was given his own one hour special on Radio 2.

Fri 11 Jul  THE ALTER EAGLES ( Tkts £13/£12.  "You can check-out any time you like, But you can never leave."

Fri 18 Jul  IMAGINE THE BEATLES ( Tkts £12/£10 adv.  No need to go on a Magical Mystery Tour via Abbey Road to be With The Beatles

Fri 25 Jul THE MODS ( Tkts £12/£10 adv.  Leave your Lambretta outside....

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Drew Smith
Away team sponsor

Paris Smith
Home team back of shirts and shorts sponsor

Smith and Byford
First team tracksuits sponsor

Autotec Workshop
Website sponsor

All Gold Coins
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