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Latest News   Supporters' coach to Barrow
25th February 2017

The Supporters' Club is intending to run a coach to next Saturday's game against Barrow, and there was an enthusiastic response from those travelling to today's superb win at Torquay. Anyone else who would like to travel on Saturday should call in at the club shop during Tuesday's home game against Boreham Wood, or contact Nigel on 0208 770 0218.. Departure time and cost will be confirmed when booking, but departure time is likely to be around 6.30am, and the cost in the region of £35-£40




Latest News   Torquay United 2-3 Sutton United - full report, photos and reaction
25th February 2017

Despite going a goal down inside fifteen minutes and losing goalkeeper Ross Worner to injury immediately afterwards, Sutton fought back to pick up a superb three points at Plainmoor today, U's first away win in the league since mid-August. Simon Downer took over in goal before Roarie Deacon equalised on the half hour, and although Torquay scored again immediately at the start of the second half Max Biamou equalised immediately and Dean Beckwith headed the winner from a Nicky Bailey free kick eleven minutes from time. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's post-match interview with SUFC TV's Sohail Sahi here




Latest News   Sutton v Arsenal - full report and photos
25th February 2017

With apologies for the delay due to the website issues we have had this week, the report on the FA Cup tie against Arsenal is here.  




Latest News   Website issues
23rd February 2017

During the peak periods before, during and after our FA Cup run and ultimately our game against Arsenal, our website became so busy that our current servers could not handle the load.

This has now been rectified through a new server although the data has not quite transferred as expected, so there will be parts of the site that are broken for the time being. We are working hard on rectifying this as soon as we can. Please accept our apologies.




Latest News   Wayne Shaw
21st February 2017

Wayne Shaw has resigned from his role at Sutton United following the events of last evening and subsequent publicity. He has said that he 'fully understands the club's position regarding this matter.'  We are naturally disappointed that Wayne's time with us should end in this manner, and would like to thank him for his contribution to the club and wish him well for the future.




Latest News   Paul looks ahead to Arsenal
18th February 2017

Manager Paul Doswell spoke to SUFC TV's Rhys Webster after Saturday's training session to look forward to Monday's game against Arsenal and reflect on the FA Cup run so far. Click here to see the full interview. For the full collection of pre-Arsenal interviews go the SUFC TV Youtube channel here




Latest News   Guiseley 2-1 Sutton United - report, photos and reaction
14th February 2017

A goal three minutes in to stoppage time by John Rooney, making his Guiseley debut after signing on loan from Wrexham, consigned Sutton to another away defeat tonight. Earlier Matt Tubbs had equalised from the penalty spot followng Jake Cassidy's 8th minute opener. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's post match views here.




Latest News   Youths Lose At Leatherhead
13th February 2017

Sutton lost out 2-1 to Leatherhead tonight at River Lane after the hosts scored twice in as many second half minutes to overturn Sutton's half-time lead which had came about thanks to Josh Greenleaf's fourth goal in three games. Match report here.




Latest News   Sutton United and SunBets
13th February 2017

We can confirm that the club has reached an agreement with SunBets for the company's name to appear on the front of our shirts for next Monday's game against Arsenal. This was arranged with the full knowledge and co-operation of our valuable first team shirt sponsors Green Go Waste, to whom we are very grateful for allowing us to take advantage of this one-off opportunity which will enable us to undertake significant additional ground improvement works.  

Manager Paul Doswell commented. "Malcolm and James at Green Go Waste have shown an unbelievable level of generosity to the club in allowing this to happen and they actually spoke to me in the bar straight after the Leeds game. This money will help so much to keep improving this great club,and we're very excited to be working with SunBets. They arranged for Ian Wright to take a fun training session today with the players, and then arranged for the players, Malcolm and James to have a full tour of Wembley.  

I would also like to thank Andrew Doswell and Stuart Munro at Drew Smith who have agreed as part of the SunBets sponsorship, to allow the two ends of the ground to be rebranded. 

Without these fantastic gestures it wouldn't have been possible, and it's humbling to see how much they want to help our club."




Latest News   Sutton v Arsenal tickets - club statement
13th February 2017

Having successfully sold tickets for the sell out games against AFC Wimbledon and Leeds United we are bitterly disappointed that some of our loyal and fantastic supporters have been left without a ticket for the Arsenal game.

 

We would like to thank everyone who helped the club yesterday, and to the many supporters who showed great patience and understanding in what became a difficult situation which led to us having to restrict the sales of tickets to one per person. We will clearly look at what we could have done better, and will review our ticketing policy for future games. We are a traditional non-league club who pride ourselves on being a volunteer run Community Club, and are learning every day. 

 

We are very  proud of how the Club has been able to reach out to the whole community by installing our new third generation pitch, which included bringing 30 junior teams, and our Community teams led by Steve King, back to the stadium.  A feature of this is all players receive one child and adult season ticket, to make them feel a special bond with the first team club.

 

We also wanted as many people in the Borough to be able to afford to watch their local team, and again we are very proud to have nearly 1,500 season ticket holders on the back of this initiative.

 

We, as a club, have never experienced such a huge demand for tickets. We followed the same protocol for the Wimbledon and Leeds games in relation to the selling of the tickets, as this had worked extremely well. Around 400 tickets for those games were left after the first day of going on sale enabling season ticket holders to buy additional tickets for both games.  Clearly the demand for this game was unprecedented in all categories.

 

Can every full season ticket holder and shareholder who missed out on securing a ticket yesterday please contact the Club (davef@suttonunited.net) as soon as possible. In the previous rounds we have had a number of tickets returned to us and expect something similar over the next few days, and we hope to be able to rectify the problems we encountered yesterday.

 

Once again  we sincerely apologise to those supporters affected either by queuing or telephoning yesterday, a day that saw over 4,000 tickets sold in five hours, and promise we will learn from what happened.

 

Bruce Elliott, Chairman. (chairman@suttonunited.net)




Latest News   Solihull Moors 3-0 Sutton United -full report
11th February 2017

Sutton slumped to a disappointing defeat this afternoon as Solihull completed the double over U's. Regan Charles-Cook, making his debut for Solihull after signing on loan from Charlton, took just 90 seconds to score, but U's missed a golden chance to equalise when Jamie Collins' penalty was saved after Louis John had been fouled five minutes before half time. Instead of going in level U's were 2-0 down at half time as Charles-Cook scored again, and he created the third for fellow debutant Oledapo Afolayan with twenty minutes left. U's also lost Kevin Amankwaah and Dan Spence to injury, with Jack Jebb making his debut as a second half substitute. Full report here.




Latest News   Vanarama Special Achievement Award
10th February 2017

January has been a stand out month in the world of football with the exploits of two Vanarama National League clubs in the Emirates FA Cup taking up many column inches in the written press together with radio and television headlines. With historic records tumbling in almost every match played and a resurgence in the magic of the competition due to the success of both Lincoln City and Sutton United, the League sponsors wish to recognise the tremendous efforts of everyone connected and involved with both clubs.

Whilst of course the plaudits will rightly focus on the respective managers and players basking in the limelight of the world's press, it should be made crystal clear that those on and off the pitch in both clubs have had to step up and match not just the opposition on the field, but also undertake the extra and demanding work which has had to be done to make each match - home or away - run smoothly.

Recognising both clubs with these special awards is a tangible reminder that those efforts are duly honoured. Congratulations and well done to everyone.

 

Paul Doswell with the Vanarama Special Award along with, from left, Ross Worner, Dean Beckwith and Dan Fitchett




Latest News   SUFC Merchandise Available Online
10th February 2017

We are pleased to make a selection of official SUFC-branded merchandise including hoodies, t-shirts, beanie hats and footballs availabe for supporters to purchase online. After a hectic few weeks we are slowly coming back into stock of more and more items and these will be added to the website in due course.

 

SUFC Merchandise available to order HERE




Latest News   Boreham Wood 5-0 Sutton United - full report & photos
07th February 2017

Sutton tumbled out of the Buildbase FA Trophy tonight, suffering a heavy defeat at Meadow Park. Already without four players through suspension, U's lost Max Biamou to injury in the warm-up and fell behind to Angelo Balanta's 5th minute header. Kenny Davis made it 2-0 just before halftime, and despite a double substitution at half time U's fared no better after the break as Morgan Ferrier, Anthony Jeffrey and Davis again completed a comprehensive defeat. Full report, with photos, here.




Latest News   Six of the Best as Sutton's Youths Overcome Carshalton
06th February 2017

Sutton returned to winning ways in convincing style tonight as they fired six goals past local rivals Carshalton Athletic at Colston Avenue. A Josh Greenleaf brace and Jamie Blanco header gave Sutton a 3-1 half-time lead, before Blanco claimed his second and further strikes from Andrius Lucauskas and Luke Spillane-Davis rounded off the scoring. Match report to follow.

 

Next up for the Youths is a visit to Leatherhead's River Lane ground next Monday 13th February.




Latest News   Academy trial 2017-18
05th February 2017

We have arranged a trial during half-term week for potential Academy team members for the 2017-18 season. The trial will be at Sutton United FC on Monday 13 February from 5.15pm to 7.00pm. To find out more details of our academy scheme, which is for students between the ages of 16 and 19, email suttonutdacademy@gmail.com 

All players must have moulded, CLEAN, studs. 




Latest News   Sutton United 0-0 Boreham Wood - report, photos and reaction
04th February 2017

Sutton and Boreham Wood will replay at Meadow Park on Tuesday after this afternoon's Buildbase FA Trophy tie ended without a goal. U's ended the game with nine men after Ben Jefford was sent off in the first half for a second bookable offence, and Craig Eastmond was shown a red card for what was deemed a dangerous tackle with eighteen minutes left. Ross Worner made one magnificent first half save, while in the second half Max Biamou had a shot headed off the line. Full report here and Paul Doswell's verdict here.




Latest News   The National League v The British Army
04th February 2017

The National League and The British Army are pleased to jointly announce that they will field three representative sides to play each other simultaneously on Wednesday 29th March with the matches being staged at Harrogate Town, Tamworth and Eastbourne Borough respectively.

All three matches will be supported in partnership by Vanarama and S&C Slatter Ltd.

The purposes of these matches are:
- Strengthen existing ties between The National League and The British Army at a recognised sporting event.
- Enhance the community relationships between local member clubs and Army units in and around the locations selected for these matches.

Full details for each of these matches will be detailed in due course but will kick off at 7.45pm with an entry price of £5 for Adults (including match programme) whilst seniors and juniors will be FREE.

Brian Barwick, Chairman of The National League said "This is an innovative approach and we are pleased that with the cooperation of our member clubs we will be able to consolidate the relationships we have collectively and individually with the Army. We look forward to three enjoyable encounters on the field and meeting up on the evening in three different parts of the country, thus enabling fans to come and support these matches. Our grateful thanks are extended to everyone who is working to make each a success".

Major General Mitch Mitchell, Chairman of the Army FA endorsed those comments by saying “Over the last two years the support of The National League itself, along with their member clubs and their title sponsors Vanarama has allowed us to forge new links in communities wherever we are based and to assist personnel leaving to return to their working community. These links grow daily for the benefit of all concerned and these three matches will cement even further the ties existing. The Army FA is pleased to join in this venture and hope that it will attract a good following both military and civilian on 29th March. We have strong community connections with the three venues chosen".




Latest News   SUFC are delighted to form a partnership with Art of Football
03rd February 2017

Football is like a drug. Those extreme highs and lows we experience in a game are the reasons we go, and keep on going.  When the ball hits the net, or is dramatically prevented from hitting the net, all the problems and dull mediocrities of everyday life just go out of the window. It is a beautiful moment of complete joy. Art of Football take those exhilarating moments and put them onto t-shirts and prints in a unique style. Each design has been thoughtfully made primarily as a piece of art, to do justice to those moments that fans cherish so highly. They look to capture all the raw emotion and energy that you felt during those seconds of celebration and, most importantly, do it in style.

Their first collaboration with Sutton United celebrates Jamie Collins’ match-winning penalty against Leeds United in the 4th Round of the Emirates FA Cup. We hope it will be the first collaboration of many to celebrate historic moments, future victories and favourite players. See the entire clothing collection here and the collection of prints here.




Latest News   Sutton v Eastbourne on Wednesday
31st January 2017

Sutton play Eastbourne Borough tomorrow (Wednesday) in a friendly at Gander Green Lane, and the doors will be open for anyone who wants to come along and watch. Kick off is 11.30am.




Latest News   FA Cup history: Sutton United 1-0 Leeds United. Report, photos and SUFC TV coverage
29th January 2017

Sutton are in the fifth round of the FA Cup. That unprecedented statement follows a magnificent performance at a packed Gander Green Lane today as U's outplayed Leeds United and were worth victory by far more than the Jamie Collins penalty seven minutes after half time. Only two superb saves by Leeds goalkeeper Marco Silvestre and the most marginal of offside decisions denied Roarie Deacon a first half hat trick, and it was Deacon who was fouled for the penalty which Collins nervelessly converted. Leeds, who had skipper Liam Cooper sent off for a second yellow card near the end, never threatened an equaliser as U's were able to celebrate a famous victory. Full report, with photos, here and all of SUFC TV's coverage here.  




Latest News   Sutton v Leeds - media interest
27th January 2017

A number of national media outlets were at the club on Thursday to interview players and management ahead of this weekend's game against Leeds. Watch out for a feature on ITV's London News bulletin on Friday evening, while Radio London and Radio Jackie were also in attendance, and representatives from the London Evening Standard, the Times, Sunday Times, Sunday Express, Daily Express, Daily Star and Daily Mirror all spoke to Paul and various players. The Sun on Sunday has done a feature with Dave and Trevor Roffey, who kept goal for U's against Leeds in 1970 and Coventry in 1989 respectively, while chairman Bruce Elliott is booked to appear on the BBC Five Live breakfast show on Sunday morning at around 7.50.

As to the game itself, apart from BT Sport's live coverage, both Radio Five Live and Talksport are basing themselves at Gander Green Lane for the afternoon, with live commentary on the full game.




Latest News   Sutton Utd v Leeds Utd Match Posters
26th January 2017

47 years ago Sutton and Leeds met in the FA Cup, also at the 4th Round stage. We have produced a reprint of the original 1970 match poster (as below). 

These will be on sale on Sunday from the club shop. This will be a limited edition (just 47 copies) signed on the reverse by players from that 1970 Sutton team (please listen to matchday announcements for confirmation of who has signed the posters). 

Leeds

These posters will be on sale for £15 each. 

We have also commissioned a brand new poster for this year's game, only available together with the 1970 poster (£20 the pair).




Latest News   Sutton United 3-2 Worthing (aet) - full report, photos and reaction
24th January 2017

Adam May scored an extra time winner as Sutton shrugged off the disappointment of conceding a penalty in injury time of normal time after leading 2-0. Craig McAllister and Dean Beckwith scored either side of half time to put U's in control, but ex Sutton player Sam Rents pulled one back before Lloyd Dawes levelled from the spot in the third minute of stoppage time after a foul by Dan Fitchett. May's low shot from twenty yards restored an advantage that U's this time kept to earn a home tie against Boreham Wood on 4th February. On the down side, Beckwith suffered a hamstring injury which threatens to rule him out of Sunday's game against Leeds. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's post-match views here.




Latest News   Opportunity for Under-14 Goalkeeper
23rd January 2017

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we seek a talented Under-14 (Year 9) goalkeeper for our squad playing in the SYL Premier Elite Division. If you are interested, please email Stuartlovelock@hotmail.com  with details of your current team and playing experience. Our club offers specific goalkeeper coaching to assist in the development of players in this specialist position.




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