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Latest News   Carols for Christmas
27th November 2015

The Club is arranging a Christmas celebration on Monday 21st December, between 6.45 pm to 11pm in the main hall, the Times Square Lounge. 

The event will start with a Christmas Carol Concert lasting 45 minutes , and this will include singing carols , a couple of readings and some reflections on Christmas and its meaning . This will be followed by a quiz with a Christmas slant – participants will be asked to wear an item of Christmas clothing; hats, jumpers or even a full Santa outfit if desired ! A buffet, possibly hot food, will be available . There will be a nominal charge for the quiz and proceeds will be given to the Club's charity 

It would be helpful to know if this of interest to get an estimate of potential numbers. We will also asking for items to be donated that we can raffle or auction for the charity 

Please let our Community Officer Rob Hardy know if you you'd like to attend, email

Latest News   FA Trophy preview and travel details
27th November 2015

Sutton set out on the FA Trophy trail tomorrow in one of the stand-out ties of the third qualifying round with a visit to Concord Rangers (travel details here) for the first of two trips to the Aspect Arena on consecutive Saturdays. Next week it will be Vanarama National League South points at stake, with both sides just outside the play-off zone, but tomorrow the two in-form sides will be looking to take their place alongside National League teams in the FA Trophy competition proper.

Concord's league win against Maidenhead on Tuesday was their fourth league win in a row and lifted them to 8th place, two points behind U's who have played a game fewer, and those four victories have seen them score twelve goals without reply. It's been something of a turn-round for the Canvey Island team, who had lost four home games in a row prior to their 5-0 hammering of basement club Basingstoke a fortnight ago.

Sutton turned in one of the best performances of the season last week to beat Havant and will travel with confidence being unbeaten in the league away from Gander Green Lane in the last four games, and have no fresh injury concerns after the Havant game.

Although recent form suggests a good game, the history of meetings between the sides at the Aspect Arena is not as encouraging as all three previous encounters have ended goalless. Should that happen again tomorrow, there will be a replay at Sutton on Monday replacing the scheduled Surrey Senior Cup game against Walton & Hersham.

Latest News   Football Manager 2016
25th November 2015

Calling All Gamers !


We have a supply of the brand new and always popular Football Manager 2016 and are making these available for the bargain price of £15 each, or just £25 for two copies.

These will be on sale from the club office at home first team games, or you can reserve your copy by e-mailing

Latest News   Release of Shares
25th November 2015

It's that time of year again and the directors have made a fresh tranche of shares available in Sutton United Football Club Ltd, the entity that owns Sutton United FC.

Shares cost £50 each and the minimum transaction is for five shares; shareholders must be 18 years of age or older. All applications must be approved by the Board.

So, what do you get as a shareholder ?  Well, you get a stake in this great club of ours. You can atttend and vote at the AGM and have your say on the decisions that affect us all.  And what an exciting time this is to be part of Sutton United.

If you would like a prosepctus and an application form, please e-mail 

And, yes, shares can be given as a gift !

Latest News   More From The Boss
23rd November 2015

Paul Doswell was delighted with the response to the call to arms on Saturday for as many fans as possible to congregate together behind the goals. "it was brilliant to see so many supporters together on Saturday and the atmosphere was as good as we've seen" 

Paul is also urging as many fans as possible to show their support by wearing the Amber and Chocolate colours that are so noticeable on match days. "We really need to show our colours and spirit on match days and seeing the scarves out and shirts are a real boost when we come out home and away. We now have another unbelievable offer on as well for half season tickets, and having sold 600 during the Summer it would be brilliant if we can add new supporters to this number. We have noticed the positive vibe being created around the club and the impact of our 3G pitch has been a massive part of this. To see a school match at 3pm, 60 kids at a coaching session with Jamie De Cruz at 5-6pm, and then SCR's famous win on a Friday alone is an example of this. We then had SCR juniors Saturday morning, follows by the Community team and the first team on Saturday afternoon, and Sunday saw our juniors play in the morning and AFC Wimbledon play in the afternoon. 

We have much to be proud of in this fantastic non-League club of ours but it's the supporters who are as important as anything else we are doing and we need you all to keep this positive atmosphere going."There is also more positive news on the football front. " Our excellent captain Jamie Collins has signed a new contract till May 2017, as has Dan Wishart who has deserved his contract on the back of this seasons performances.  We are also talking to Craig Eastmond,Tom Bolinarwa and Bedsi Gomis with regards to extending their contracts also till May 2017, which will ensure the continuity of our squad that includes Ross Warner, Jamie Collins, Dean Beckwith, Dan Spence, Dan Wishart, Ross Stearn, Stuart Fleetwood, Dan Fitchett, Craig Mcallister,and Tommy Wright as being committed for next season. On the injury front, Dan Spence and Tom Bolinarwa are improving and we hope to have Bedsi back for our FA Trophy game against Concorde Rangers. Stuart Fleetwood is having an X-ray tomorrow to see if he has broken or fractured his ribs,s o we will have to wait and see with him. 

Hopefully see you all on Saturday."Paul 

Latest News   Juniors' Disco
22nd November 2015

Friday 18th December, 7pm to 11pm

Christmas Disco

For all ages up to 12

for tickets e-mail 

Parents £5, Kids FREE !



Download poster here 

Latest News   Strikers Are Key number 9
22nd November 2015

The ninth Strikers are Key draw of the season duly took place after Saturday's fine win over Havant and Waterlooville. Craig McAllister's brace brought the total inserted in the safe to the princely sum of £1,800.

This week it was the turn of ball 37 to emerge from the purple velvet bag, the ball owned by the syndicate "It's a Dog's Life", comprising Colin "Juan" Payne, Paul Chalmers, "Duke", Mark Notton and "Nick the Greek".

Syndicate member Duke stepped forward, amid much vocal encouragement, in the quest to choose the correct key and relieve the pesky safe of its substantial contents. Alas, his selection of key failed in the bid; the safe remained uncracked and will now contain a minimum of £2,000 when we next convene on Sat 19th December after the match v Maidenhead United. Whose turn will it be next to face the challenge of overcoming this stoic custodian of steadily increasing funds?

Be there and find out!

Onwards and upwards.

Latest News   There's A Real Buzz, Says The Chairman
22nd November 2015

Chairman Bruce Elliott was in a relaxed mood this Sunday morning.

"I read the manager's comments about the buzz around the ground over the weekend, and couldn't agree more.  It began on Friday afternoon with the kids out on the pitch and that carried on with Sutton Common Rovers playing their FA Vase tie. Congratulations to them on reaching the 3rd Round for the first time. Inside we had another successful Gentlemen's Evening with some great anecdotes from Alan McInally and Terry Mancini and our excellent MC, Ian Irving, so thank you to Dave Mathers for arranging another great night. On Saturday we had the Community Team beating Kew Park Rangers 7-4 before the 3-0 win over Havant & Waterlooville in front of one our biggest gates of the season."

"What pleased me especially was to see so many people pay at the gate on the day and I'm sure they enjoyed what they saw and will want to come back. We have just launched a new offer for half-season season tickets, if that's the right phrase, from £49 for adults to just £5 for children under 12; so it's a great opportunity for people who paid full-price yesterday to take advantage of our special offer. Also, many thanks to our supporters who responded to Paul's call for more noise and created such a good atmosphere on Saturday"

Latest News   Sutton United 3 Havant & Waterlooville 0 - full report, photos and reaction
21st November 2015

Two goals from Craig McAllister and one from Man of the Match Craig Dundas gave the U's a convincing win today in front of a large crowd who were well entertained.  Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's reaction on SUFC TV here.

Latest News   Vanarama turns Non-League Day 2015 orange and raises £10,150 for Prostate Cancer UK.
20th November 2015

The UK’s largest van leasing broker, Vanarama has announced its fundraising total for Non-League Day 2015 in support of Prostate Cancer UK. 

Non-League Day aims to encourage fans to watch their local non-league club during the annual international break where many Premier League and Football League clubs’ players are on international duty. 

With the support of clubs, players and fans from the Vanarama National League and support from personalities such as Chris Waddle, Tubes from Soccer AM and comedian David Schneider, Vanarama launched #WearTheWig. The campaign called on the football community to don an orange wig for which Vanarama would donate for every picture posted to Twitter. The hugely successful campaign saw Vanarama partner with Prostate Cancer UK with support from The National League for a second year running.

On announcing the total raised, Andy Alderson, Managing Director of Vanarama said “Supporting great causes such as Prostate Cancer UK along with our other charities is important to everyone at Vanarama. The support from clubs, players and especially the fans has been amazing this year, once again proving that when the football family come together, amazing things are possible”. 

On receiving the news of the fundraising total James Beeby, Director of Fundraising at Prostate Cancer UK said “From clubs, players and fans from the grassroots game, National League and The Football League, to broadcast outlets such as BT Sport, so many people embraced the innovative #WearTheWig incentive on Non-League Day. That helped us raise money and awareness to combat a disease that affects one in eight men in the UK in their lifetime. Football is a wonderful way to reach out to men and their loved ones and this campaign is perfect example of what we call Men United - people joining together to fight a common opponent – prostate cancer. On behalf of all men affected by this disease I say thanks.” 

Full details of the #WearTheWig campaign can be found at photos from the day. 

The presentation was covered live on BTSport at the Bromley vs Altrincham game on Saturday 14 November 2015 where Brand Director Steve Mark presented the cheque to Daniel Richards, Senior Marketing Communications Manager at Prostate Cancer UK.

Latest News   Captain's Armband for Royal British Legion
19th November 2015

Last weekend, every club in the Vanarama Conference was provided with a special armband for it's captain to wear as part of the Remembrance Day programme. Our armband was worn by Jamie Collins in the win at Bishop's Stortford and also in the previous game against Hayes & Yeading.

Each club is being asked to auction its armband to raise money for the Royal British Legion.  If you would like to bid for this unique item, and it is for a very good cause, please email your bid by midday on Saturday 21st November to 


Latest News   The Us v Walton & Hersham - Surrey Senior Cup
18th November 2015

Old rivalries renew on Monday 30th November down The Lane with our first game in this season's county cup.  Admission Prices will be :

Adults £8       Concessions  £4       Juniors £1

Latest News   Community Disco, 8th December
17th November 2015

 Community Disco - 8th December - 4pm to 6pm -  Just £1


Latest News   The perfect Christmas present - half-season tickets
17th November 2015

With not much more than a month until Christmas, anyone wanting ideas for a present for a Sutton supporter need look no further than the incredible value half-season ticket. Valid for the eleven Vanarama National League South games at Gander Green Lane starting with the Boxing Day fixture against Basingstoke, the ticket costs just £49 - that's £4.45 per game - for supporters aged between 20 and 59. For supporters aged 60 and over, those claiming jobseeker's allowance and full-time students aged 19 and over the price is £39 (£3.54 per game), while the teens (age 13-19) and kids (age 12 and under) prices are £10 and £5 respectively, in both cases allowing the football to be watched for less than £1 per game.

You can order your half season tickets on line, or complete an application form and buy your ticket from the club. Click here for full details and how to order your half-season ticket.

Latest News   All In It Together
16th November 2015

The weather may have been heavily on the wet-side on Saturday but it couldn't dampen the enthusiasm of the Sutton travelling support, much to the delight of manager Paul Doswell.

"I'd like to thank you all for your amazing support at Aldershot and most recently at Bishop's Stortford. We didn't expect the numbers Saturday due to the weather, but your vocal encouragement during the whole game was a real plus to the team."

Now, Dos would like to encourage fans to make the same noise at Sutton.  "Gates are up this season, the matches have all been entertaining, and if we can get the same levels of enthusiasm and noise at home this could be the X-Factor that helps us turn those draws into wins."

"Wayne and Bobby are working hard at getting new supporters to join us and enjoy a real football atmosphere, and many supporters who sit in the stands are getting scarves and showing their support through wearing colours,home and away.  So let's all make an effort, players and supporters, to feed off each other and make a real push to get into the play offs."


Latest News   Sutton Cruise to Youth County Cup Win
16th November 2015

Sutton's Youths began their defence of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup in convincing style by hammering 7 goals past Chessington & Hook United tonight at Gander Green Lane. Reyon Dillon put Sutton two goals up early on and Callum Phillip added a third by the interval, before Dillon claimed his hat-trick early in the second half and Aidan Brown went on to score a hat-trick of his own. Match report here.

Latest News   Sutton face Concord double
16th November 2015

Sutton will visit Concord Rangers on consecutive Saturdays after the clubs were paired in the 3rd qualifying round of the FA Trophy today. The FA Trophy tie will take place on Saturday 28 November, kick off 3pm, with the clubs due to meet again at Thames Road the following Saturday, December 5th, in the Vanarama National League South

Latest News   Bishop's Stortford 0 Sutton United 2 - Full report, reaction and photos
14th November 2015

Sutton moved to within one point of the play-off positions at Woodside Park this afternoon with a repeat of their 2-0 FA Cup win seven weeks ago. Craig Dundas and Ross Stearn grabbed the goals. Full report and photos here, and Paul Doswell's view here.

Latest News   National League signs Armed Forces Corporate Covenant
13th November 2015

The National League, the competition which covers the fifth and sixth tiers of football in England & Wales, has joined an ever growing list of leading companies and organisations in signing up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant and in so doing becomes the first football governing body to do so. 

The National League consists of 68 clubs, arranged over three divisions – National, North and South. The specific signing event took place in the iconic military setting of Horse Guards and involved the Competition itself. Chairman Brian Barwick signed on behalf of The National League and Major General John Crackett, Assistant Chief of the General Staff on behalf of the Ministry of Defence. 

To further recognise the close link between The Army and the game of football two football players from Aldershot Town, Jake Gallagher and Sean McGinty, were present with their Club Chairman Shahid Azeem, alongside soldiers from the London Irish Regiment and HQ London District. 

100 years ago members of these units were among those soldiers who took a break from hostilities on the Western Front to play the “beautiful game” – the First World War Christmas football match has become an icon of how sport can transform lives, even those enduring the horrors of the worst of war. 

Aldershot Town are the first football club from The National League to sign the covenant which was enacted at the same time. It is the intention of The National League to seek pledges from the other constituent member clubs, with plans to sign their individual pledges at the League’s half yearly conference at Telford in January 2016. 

The Covenant has been in existence since June 2013 and to date over 700 companies have publicly pledged their support to the armed forces community by signing the Corporate Covenant. The covenant exists to redress the disadvantages that the armed forces community may face in comparison with other citizens, and to recognise sacrifices made. The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise between the nation, the government and the Armed Forces to treat our serving personnel, veterans and their families with fairness and respect. Corporates, charities and local authorities can sign the Armed Forces Covenant and make their own promise to support the Forces in ways of their choosing.

Latest News   Remembering The Past
09th November 2015

Before the game on Saturday against Hayes & Yeading FC, the new Club Chaplain Leonard Fom gave a short address to commemorate Remembrance Day. This was followed by the playing of the Last Post by Karl Charity and the lowering of the flag of the local British Legion branch who also attended the game and sold poppies. 

The Community Team at the Club is involved in a programme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund to commemorate key events of World War 1. In 2016 it will be the battle of the Somme, perhaps the most horrific of all battles in that War. The Team are also working on a pilot project to increase awareness of Commonwealth War Graves working with the Big Ideas Company who have been commissioned to manage the pilot programme.

Five current and one former Sutton United players were killed during WW1 and the Community Officer Rob Hardy is completing a project to find out about those players and their backgrounds with colleagues at the Club. The players were: -

Albert Shrubsole, S Trendall, C Smith, William Shrubsole, H Weston and Sam Clover.

Some of the men and women buried in Commonwealth War graves in the Borough include the following in St Dunstan Churchyard, the nearest to the Club’s ground. Cllr Simon Wales Deputy Leader of LB Sutton read out the names. 

Arthur Beynon (31) Sergeant Air Gunner RAF, Fred Horton (28) Private East Surrey Regiment, John Gay (20) Second Officer Merchant Navy. 

Dave Farebrother, chairman of the board of directors, commented on how well the ceremony had been received. "People came out of the bars early and observed the ceremony in silence with great decorum and respect. It was quite a moving experience and I’d like to thank everyone who worked hard to make it happen."

Cllr Simon Wales, Deputy Leader of LB Sutton, commented, "Remembering the past, and learning from the mistakes of the past, is what makes the world a better place. I am very honoured to have played a small part in this act of remembrance".

In order to utilise the information collected, a local studies module is being developed by the Community Team for use by local schools to use as part of their National Curriculum Studies. A section on World War 1 and 2 will be included as well focusing on other key issues from the Club’s history and current issues.

For further information contact Rob Hardy Community Officer at /01403 272949

Latest News   Youths Miss Out After Penalties Defeat
09th November 2015

Sutton's Youth Team lost to Carshalton Athletic tonight in the Lucas Fettes Youth Cup after letting a 2 goal lead slip then losing 4-3 on penalties. Aidan Brown and Callum Phillip had put Sutton in front after half an hour but goals either side of half time levelled the scores for the visitors. Match report here.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key numbers 7 & 8
07th November 2015

The pesky Strikers Are Key safe is proving a tough nut to crack this season as two more failed attempts to relieve it of its contents took place after today's game v Hayes & Yeading United.

The ball to come out of the velvet bag in the seventh draw of the season was number 26, owned by Gareth Miller. Sadly Gareth selected one of the three useless keys leaving £1,300 in the safe and leaving him to edge towards the bar with the £50 consolation prize. Ball 39 emerged in the eighth draw, owned by Tony Dunmore. In Tony's absence, skipper Jamie Collins stepped forward in the quest to choose the right key on his behalf. Sadly for Tony, Jamie's choice of key ably defended the safe's £1,500 contents, once again winning Tony the £50 consolation prize.

All of which means that we've had eight different balls emerging from the purple velvet bag this season - 48, 43, 49, 12, 15, 19, 26 and 39 but only once has the safe been emptied. A minimum of £1,700 will be up for grabs after the next home game v Havant in two weeks' time. Surely someone is going to win big soon...?

Onwards and upwards.

Latest News   Sutton United 0 Hayes & Yeading 1 - full coverage
07th November 2015

Despite creating a host of chances, Sutton slumped to a single goal defeat today when Josh Scott scored midway through the second half, just five minutes after coming on as a substitute. U's, who had to make a first half change when Dan Fitchett injured a hamstring, were frustrated by a string of saves by goalkeeper Dan Lincoln, including one near the end when he pushed a Bedsente Gomis shot on to the post. Ross Worner also made fine saves from Luke Wiliams at the start of each half, but was beaten by Scott's scuffed shot after a rebound through the middle of the U's defence put him through. Full report with photos here, and SUFC TV highlights along with Paul Doswell's reaction to the defeat here.

Latest News   Youths Bow Out of Cup After Seven Goal Thriller
04th November 2015

Sutton's Youth Team lost to the odd goal in seven after extra time in the First Round of the FA Youth Cup tonight, losing 4-3 to Worthing at Gander Green Lane. The visitors raced into a 2-goal lead early in the game but Dylan Burke-Hamilton and Reyon Dillon levelled the scores in the second half before Worthing again went in the lead, only for Jack Strange to head home an equalister with 20 minutes to go. Worthing scored the winner seven minutes into extra time. Match report here.


Next up for the Youths is a local derby against Carshalton Athletic on Monday in the First Round of the Lucas Fettes Cup. 7.45pm kick-off at Gander Green Lane.

Latest News   Remembering - A Hundred Years On
03rd November 2015

At the game on Saturday v Hayes & Yeading, the new Club Chaplain Leonard Fom will be giving a short address to commemorate Remembrance Day. This will be followed by the playing of the Last Post at approximately 2.45 and a minute’s silence before the game. We also welcome the Royal British Legion who will be selling poppies and other items – at a stall located near to the tea bar by the main stand.

The Community Team at the Club is also involved in a programme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund to commemorate key events of World War 1. In 2016 it will be the battle of the Somme, perhaps the most horrific of all battles in that War. 

Five Sutton United players were killed during WW1 and the Community Officer Rob Hardy is completing a project to find out about those players and their backgrounds. As a result, the Community Team have also been asked to participate in a pilot project by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to increase public awareness. There are war graves in Sutton and most are located at Brandon Hill Cemetery. Some are located in St Dunstan Churchyard near to the Ground.

The five Sutton players killed in WW1 were: 

Albert Shrubsole, S Trendall, C Smith, William Shrubsole, H Weston. 

Some of the men and women buried in war graves in the Borough include the following in St Dunstan Churchyard.

Arthur Beynon (31) Sergeant Air Gunner RAF, Fred Horton (28) Private East Surrey Regiment, John Gay (20) Second Officer Merchant Navy. 

In order to utilise the information collected, a local studies module is being developed by the Community Team for use by local schools to use as part of their National Curriculum Studies. A section on World War 1 and 2 will be included as well focusing on other key issues from the Club’s history and current issues.

For further information contact Rob Hardy Community Officer at 


Latest News   November Fixtures Poster
03rd November 2015


Downloadable Poster here.

Latest News   Sutton United 1 Oxford City 1- full coverage
02nd November 2015

Sutton again had to settle for a point despite a dominant second half performance at Gander Green Lane. Oxford took the lead ten minutes before half time through a low shot from Kynan Isaac after a well-worked corner, but just after Dan Fitchett had crashed a header against the bar U's equalised eleven minutes in to the second half when Tom Bolarinwa's cross was turned in to his own net by Oxford defender Jon Arzemendi. Ross Stearn hit the post direct from a corner and Craig Eastmond had a shot cleared off the line by Craig McAllister as U's searched in vain for a winner. Full report and photos here, and highlights and Paul Doswell's reaction here 

Latest News   Eastbourne Borough 1 Sutton United 1 - full report & photos
31st October 2015

An opportunistic goal, well taken by Tom Bolarinwa gave the U's a deserved half-time lead but the home side equalised early in the second half and despite some heavy pressure as the game wore on, including a 'goal' disallowed for offside, Sutton couldn't force the win. Full report and photos here

Latest News   Charity Game 30th October
28th October 2015

Friday 30.10.15 @ Sutton United FC

JDFS Coaches Vs JDFS Parents

Cameron's Charity Game. - in aid of one of our Soccer school boys.

* We are now down to our last 50 tickets, We have sold 150 in just under a week, We are having lots of people ask us wether we can save tickets but we have decided to sell them on a first come first serve basis - You can arrange to pick up from Gemma Putney or from me - (I will be at Sutton United all this week from 9 AM to 3 PM)

Jamie Decruz

Latest News   Youths Overcome Police in Entertaining Clash
26th October 2015

Sutton's Youth Team ran out 3-1 winners tonight in the Ryman Youth League Central Division at Gander Green Lane in a game of two halves against Met Police. Dinos Kalognomas had given Sutton an early lead but Nathaniel Williams levelled the scores with a well-deserved goal just before half time following a below par performance from the home side. Tom Mallett gave Sutton the advantage midway through the second half and Aidan Brown wrapped up the scoring in injury time. Match report here.


Next up for the Youths is Worthing in the FA Youth Cup First Round on Wednesday 4th November, the winners travelling to either Enfield Town or Biggleswade Town a fortnight later. Meanwhile, Sutton will begin their defence of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup with a home tie against Chessington & Hook United on 16th November, although this match will be rescheduled should Sutton beat Worthing next week.

Latest News   The National League/Poppy Appeal - Captain's Armband
26th October 2015

The National League is combining forces with The Royal British Legion over the forthcoming weeks to raise the awareness of their annual Poppy Appeal and how those financial contributions aid the sterling work done to support members of our armed forces who need care in our communities at this time. 

All 68 National League clubs will be working in unison with their local branch of The Royal British Legion to oversee collections to be held at each club and this will be supplemented through a unique partnership, whereby a specially produced ''captain's armband'' will be worn by each club captain at all matches to be played in the three divisions of The National League on Saturday 14th November. 

Each armband will then be available for auction by the respective member club and it is hoped across the whole of The National League an additional £10,000 can be raised to supplement those amounts raised via ground collections and any other individual local arrangements around Remembrance Day. 


Brian Barwick, Chairman of The National League remarked,"Each and every one of our member clubs already work within their communities in many varied ways, so we see this partnership as an extension of supplementing the sterling work many do. Raising awareness of the work undertaken by The Royal British Legion alongside the Poppy Appeal will enable more funding to be made available for those who have served their country and need our help. In 2015 we have sadly been reminded only too graphically of the dangers our service personnel face, so we are pleased to be able to work together to enhance the awareness of the Poppy Appeal. May I thank everyone taking part in this initiative for their valued contribution and we look forward to the auction of the ''captain's armbands'' raising even more needed extra funds"

In response to his comments, Claire Rowcliffe, Head of Regional Fundraising with The Royal British Legion stated."Having the support of The National League for this year’s Poppy Appeal means a lot. Funds raised will help us to continue providing vital support to serving individuals, those who are moving on or have moved back to civilian life, and importantly their families too.”


Latest News   Aldershot Town 1 Sutton United 0 - report, photos and reaction
24th October 2015

A deflected goal from Rhys Browne, son of former U's favourite Steve, twenty minutes from time decided a tight Emirates FA Cup tie in Aldershot's favour this afternoon. Few in the ground would argue that Sutton's overall performance deserved to take the game back to Gander Green Lane for a replay, but U's failed to make the best of their openings in a game of few clear cut chances, and were made to pay as Browne scored following a swift Aldershot attack. Full report with photos here and Paul Doswell's reaction here.

Latest News   Sutton United launches 3G website
24th October 2015

Sutton United's great new 3G pitch now has it's own dedicated website:-

Bobby Childs & Wayne Shaw , the club's Business Development Team, are delighted to have a dedicated website to promote the 3G pitch. "It has taken a little longer to launch than we had hoped but it has been worth the wait and we are really pleased with how it looks and works.  It is vital that such a top quality facility is easy to discover, research and book. Everyone who uses it says what a great surface it is to play on plus, unlike a lot of 3G facilities, we offer the whole stadium experience and even if you are only 5 or 55 years old it's like playing at Wembley!"

Latest News   FA Youth Cup Details and 2nd Round Draw
23rd October 2015

Sutton's FA Youth Cup 1st Round fixture at home against Worthing has been fixed for Wednesday 4th November, 7.45pm kick-off.


Following today's draw for the 2nd Round, the winner of this match will face a trip to either Biggleswade Town or Enfield Town.

Latest News   Girls' Football Starter Sessions
21st October 2015

The highly popular football starter sessions for girls start again on Monday 2nd November at 5pm, just £2 per player.


Photos from this Monday's session:

Latest News   Youths Overcome Shots to Reach First Round Proper
19th October 2015

Sutton's Youth Team reached the Frist Round Proper of the FA Youth Cup for the first time since 2010 this evening with a narrow 2-1 victory over Aldershot Town at the EBB Stadium. Reyon Dillon put Sutton in front after 17 minutes but the home side were level within a minute, then Aidan Brown scored the decisive goal from close range early in the second half. Match report here.


Sutton will host either Worthing or Burgess Hill Town, who play on Thursday, in the First Round. The Youths are next in action at home against Met Police next Monday, although this match will be postponed should Saturday's FA Cup match at Aldershot finish in a draw.

Latest News   Bath City 1 Sutton United 3 - full report, photos and reaction
17th October 2015

Sutton continured their recent impressive form with a third win in four visits to Twerton Park. Ross Stearn opened the scoring against his former club after just five minutes, but two minutes later Frankie Artus levelled from the penalty spot after he had been fouled by Louis John, beginning his first game of the season. Craig Eastmond restored the lead with his first Sutton goal in the 26th minute, and after Ross Worner had made two superb saves as Bath pressed at the start of the second half, skipper for the day Craig McAllister made it 3-1 midway through the second half. U's had to play the last thirteen minutes with ten men after Dan Wishart, who had replaced the injured Dan Spence, was sent off for bringing down Andy Watkins and denying a goalscoring opportunity. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's view here

Latest News   Sutton Stick Seven Past Swans
14th October 2015

Sutton's Under-18s returned to Ryman Youth League action tonight after a break of nearly two months and cruised to a 7-goal victory over Walton & Hersham at Stompond Lane. Aidan Brown, Dylan Burke-Hamilton, Dinos Kalognomas, Jack Strange and Alex Bannister had the three points sewn up by half time, before Strange added his second and Dan Cook wrapped up the scoring after the interval. Match report here.

Sutton return to FA Youth Cup action next week as they visit Aldershot Town in the final qualifying round on Monday, 7.45pm kick-off at the EBB Stadium.

Latest News   Driver Wanted
14th October 2015

The Academy team needs a volunteer to drive the minibus for away games, on Wednesday afternoons.  An ordinary full licence is ok, no need for PSV.  If you would like to help, please email 

Latest News   Sutton United 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 1 - full coverage
12th October 2015

The U’s earned the right to travel to the Recreation Ground in Aldershot for the final qualifying round of this season’s Emirates FA Cup with a hard-fought win over an all-too-familiar adversary. Full report with photos here, and highlights together with Paul Doswell's verdict here.

Latest News   Hemel Hempstead Town 1 Sutton United 1 - full coverage
10th October 2015

The proverbial “game of two halves” saw Hemel Hempstead and Sutton finish all-square after 90 minutes and cause both teams to meet for the third time in ten days at The Lane on Monday for the right to progress into the 3rd qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup. Full report, with photos, here and highlights here.

Latest News   Sutton Vets Back In Action
09th October 2015

If you missed last weekend's Tache Trophy game, or you did catch it and can't wait to see the old'uns in action again, here's your chance.

Charity Match @ Sutton United FC 

Friday 16th October 2015 

Kick Off 7.30pm 


Monarch Partnership XI 


SUFC Veterans XI 

 In aid of


Borough Sports Ground, Gander Green Lane 

Latest News   FA Youth Cup Update
09th October 2015

The Third Qualifying Round fixture between Aldershot Town and Sutton United will take place at the EBB Stadium, Aldershot, on Monday 19th October, 7.45pm kick-off. Admission prices are £5 for adults, £3 for concessions. Our Ryman Youth League match away to Chertsey Town, originally scheduled for 22nd October, has now therefore been moved to 3rd March.


Meanwhile the draw for the First Round Proper of the FA Youth Cup has been made today and the winner of the above match will host either Worthing or Burgess Hill Town week commencing 9th November.

Latest News   Keep The Faith
05th October 2015

We are pleased to confirm the appointment of Leonard Fom as our new Club Chaplain.

Leonard has lived in Sutton for 10 years is married with 5 children. He is a keen sports fan and enjoys seeing how sports impact individuals, teams and communities.  As a Christian, Leonard loves to see how his faith can impact individuals and community through sport. He recently set up a basketball development/mentoring project on the Loughborough Estate in Brixton at the Evelyn Grace Academy Secondary School.

Leonard currently trains part-time with London City Mission ( and is excited coming onboard to get involved at SUFC as the club's chaplain.  

Paul Doswell is delighted to welcome Leonard to the club. "People underestimate how stressful life can be for a semi-professional footballer.  Results and performances matter to individuals every bit as much as  they do in the top divisions but, of course, players at this level also have to cope with the pressures of work, or the lack of it, and having someone available to talk to, confidentially, is always welcome."  

Bruce Elliott added "It's a while since we had a chaplain here but with the significant growth in terms of the number of teams we field and all of our community activities, it's probably overdue.  I am sure Leonard will find his work here interesting and we hope it is also enjoyable."  

Leonard also has his own page on our website.

Latest News   FA Youth Cup Win Tees Up Shots Tie
05th October 2015

Sutton's Youth Team moved through to the Third and final Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup after a hard-fought win against Raynes Park Vale tonight at Gander Green Lane. Dylan Burke-Hamilton scored the only goal of the first half from the penalty spot after Aidan Brown had been felled, before Brown grabbed a second half brace and the scoring was completed late on by Reyon Dillon. Match report here.


Sutton will visit Aldershot Town in the Third Qualifying Round after they beat Alton Town 7-2 tonight, date to be confirmed. Before then,  brief return to Ryman Youth League action awaits with a trip to Walton & Hersham next Wednesday 14th October.

Latest News   FA Youth Cup 2nd Qualifying Round
05th October 2015

Sutton take on Raynes Park Vale in the 2nd Qualifiying Round of the FA Youth Cup tonight, 7.45pm kick-off at Gander Green Lane. Admission is £3 for adults, £1 for concessions.

The winners of tonight's tie will visit either Aldershot Town or Alton Town in the final qualifying round.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key
04th October 2015

Dan Fitchett's brace v Hemel Hempstead Town today meant that £1,050 found its way into the Strikers are Key safe ahead of the post- match draw.

Ball 19 was pulled out of the purple velvet bag, the ball owned by the syndicate "The Yatzee Gods", comprising Dave Smith (the syndicate leader with the furthest post code from SM1; long- standing U's fan Dave lives in Adelaide, Australia!), Gareth Lambe and Kevin Sutton. In the absence of syndicate members in the bar after today's match, Mark Kidd stepped forward to attempt to choose the right key for his old mate. Sadly to no avail.

It all means that a minimum of £1,250 will be up for grabs at the next home League game and the £50 consolation prize is shared by Dave, Gareth and Kevin.

Until next time!

Latest News   Sutton United 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 2 - full coverage
03rd October 2015

After a kick-off delayed for an hour as the match officials were held up by a serious accident on the M4, Sutton had to settle for a point this afternoon having dominated the first three quarters of the game. Two Dan Fitchett goals gave U's a 2-0 half time lead, and Ross Stearn and Kevin Amankwaah missed good chances to extend the advantage, but James Potton pulled a goal back with seventeen minutes left, and four minutes later a hotly contested penalty award against Amankwaah allowed Ben Herd to level. Worse followed when Simon Downer was sent off for a heavy challenge on Potton, and with Jamie Collins booked for dissent U's face being without Downer, Collins and Bedsente Gomis for the trip to Bath in a fortnight. Full report, with photos, here, and reaction and highlights here.

Latest News   Academy update
29th September 2015

A fortnight after coming out on the wrong side of a 4-3 scoreline against Leatherhead, Sutton's academy side can gain revenge tomorrow (Wednesday) when the sides meet in the return at Gander Green Lane. Please note that the game will kick off at 1pm - admission is free.

Meanwhile the development squad's game scheduled for this week at Dartford is now likely to be played next week - more information to follow when known.

Latest News   Girls' Football Starter Sessions
28th September 2015

Girls Football

Latest News   Youths Overcome Tanners in League Cup
28th September 2015

Sutton's Youth Team had to come from a goal down to overcome Leatherhead at Fetcham Grove tonight in the Lucas Fettes Cup 1st Round. Dinos Kalognomas levelled the scores in the first half before Aidan Brown and a Dylan Burke-Hamilton penalty sent Sutton through to the 2nd Round where they will host Carshalton Athletic. Match report here.


Meanwhile Sutton take on Raynes Park Vale next Monday 5th October in the FA Youth Cup 2nd Qualifying Round, 7.45pm kick-off at Gander Green Lane. The winners of next week's tie will visit either Aldershot Town or Alton Town in the final qualifying round.

Latest News   Another cup test
28th September 2015

After a fine win away to fellow Vanarama National League South opposition on Saturday, Sutton will have to repeat the feat in the third qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup after being drawn away to Hemel Hempstead Town today. The sides are also due to meet this weekend in a league game, with Hemel currently in 7th place, two points ahead of Sutton. That has been based very much on their away form, though, with all three of their league defeats coming at their Vauxhall Road home, including one against U's victims on Saturday, Bishop's Stortford. The tie will be on Saturday 10 October.

The teams met in the 4th qualifying round two seasons ago when Hemel were in the Southern League, U's going through with a 2-0 replay win at home after an exciting 3-3 draw at Vauxhall Road, while last season Hemel controversially knocked U's out of the FA Trophy by a late penalty after Bedsente Gomis had been sent off, a decision subsequently rescinded. Ironically Gomis will be suspended for this season's cup tie, and any replay, following his red card at Ebbsfleet.

Latest News   Newsletter Sign-Up
27th September 2015

Our season ticket campaign and other promotions have proved so successful that we have caused ourselves a problem, a nice problem to have; our mailing list has outgrown the simple Outlook-based approach we have been using.  

After exploring our options, we have decided to switch to Mailchimp, which is one of the most widely used mailing services.  Many of our supporters and followers will have already received an email from the club in the last week or two inviting them to sign up for the new service.  If you have received the invitation but have not yet signed up, please do so as this will enable us to keep you better informed about all of the exciting things that happen at the club.   

If you have not received an invitation to join our Mailchimp family, please follow this link to sign-up.   

We will principally be using Mailchimp to send out weekly newsletters but it will also enable us to send out notices of meetings and other pieces of information.  Don't forget that you will always have the option to unsubscribe from the service.  

Latest News   Bishop's Stortford 0 Sutton United 2 - full report and photos
26th September 2015

Goals from Craig McAllister and Kevin Amankwaah saw the U's progress in the FA Cup at Bishop's Stortford today. After the home side had hit the post in the first two minutes Sutton largely dominated the game, and McAllister scored from close range after fine wing play by Tom Bolarinwa five minutes before half time. Amankwaah added the second when he stabbed home a free kick eight minutes after the break. Full report with photos here

Congratulations to Simon Downer, who returned from injury to make his 200th appearance for the club today.

Latest News   Spillane departs
25th September 2015

We can confirm that midfielder Micky Spillane has today been released and has joined Vanarama National League North side Lowestoft Town. Micky played 75 games for Sutton after joining during the 2013-14 season, and was voted Player of the Year last season. We wish him well at Lowestoft and in the future.

Latest News   Launch - Sutton Dementia Action Alliance
25th September 2015

Next Wednesday (Sept 30th) sees the launch of the Sutton Dementia Action Alliance. The aim is to get as many businesses in Sutton as possible to help their staff become more dementia-aware and make Sutton a truly dementia-friendly borough.  Several club sponsors, including Home Instead, are backing this new venture and Tim Vine will be one of the guest speakers for the launch.

DAA Launch


Latest News   Academy team home this afternoon
23rd September 2015

After beginning the season at Leatherhead last week, our academy team play their first home game today against Brentford Griffins at Gander Green Lane, kick off 2pm.

Latest News   Dos pleased with Weston win
22nd September 2015

Paul Doswell was delighted with the win and three points from the long trip to Weston-super-Mare. Click here for his views on the game and the first quarter of the season, as well as the decision to allow Tommy Wright to play for Farnborough at the weekend.

Latest News   Youths Score Eleven in Cup Rout
21st September 2015

Sutton are through to the 2nd Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup after hitting double figures again as they fired 11 without reply against Westfield tonight at Gander Green Lane. Dylan Burke-Hamilton and Aidan Brown both claimed hat-tricks and Callum Phillip scored two with Dinos Kalognomas, Jack Strange and Harry Towner all getting on the scoresheet as well. Match report here.

Sutton visit Leatherhead on Monday in the Lucas Fettes Cup, and will host either Raynes Park Vale or Horsham in the next round of the FA Youth Cup the week after.

Latest News   Community Team nominated for national award
21st September 2015



Sutton United’s ‘United in the Community Programme’ has been shortlisted as a Finalist in the 2015 National Football Awards. Based on the progress that has been made over the last two years,, the nomination is for Best Non-Premier League Football Community Scheme. Other finalists include Fulham, Brighton and Hove Albion, Derby County, the Football Foundation and another Surrey club, Kew Park Rangers.

Rob Hardy , Community Officer said “Being shortlisted recognizes the excellent work of a small but very committed staff team who are making a real difference.”

Bruce Elliot , Club Chairman said: 'We are delighted that the efforts of our community team, of which are very proud, continue to be recognised with their nomination for such a prestigious award.''

The Awards ceremony will be held at Stamford Bridge on Thursday 5th November.

Latest News   Weston-super-Mare 0 Sutton United 2 - full report & photos
19th September 2015

First half goals by Bedsente Gomis and Tom Bolarinwa gave Sutton a 2-0 win at Weston today. Full report and photos here

Latest News   Support the Bobby Moore Fund
17th September 2015



The National League is supporting the Bobby Moore Fund - Cancer Research UK - through fund raising efforts and opportunities to own unique memorabilia, as 2016 commemorates the 50th anniversary of England winning the World Cup.

To kick off efforts to reach its target, the National League is offering its new enamel pin badge at £5 each (including p&p), of which £2 from each badge sold will go towards this very worthy cause. 

The initial aim is to offer these badges for direct sale - they will make great Christmas presents for collectors - as they will not be available anywhere else. 

To purchase your badge(s), send a cheque made payable to ''The National League'', plus details of your return address, to: The National League, 4th Floor, Waterloo House, 20 Waterloo Street, Birmingham B2 5TB

Latest News   Academy team start with narrow defeat
17th September 2015

The first game for Sutton's academy team in the National League Youth Alliance on Wednesday ended in narrow defeat against Leatherhead at Whyteleafe. Just as with the first team on Tuesday evening, they were left to rue a missed penalty as they came back from a 4-1 half time deficit which was very harsh to score twice in the second period, but the missed spot kick denied them the draw they deserved. Leon Dadey scored twice and Kyle Henry once in what Marvin Williams described as a 'strong and encouraging performance'.

The next game is at Gander Green Lane on Wednesday against Brentford Griffins, kick off 2pm.

Latest News   Ebbsfleet United 1-0 Sutton United - full report and reaction with photos
15th September 2015

Sutton slipped to a narrow defeat against the league leaders at Stonebridge Road tonight. The only goal was a superb strike from Jordan Parkes eleven minutes after half time, although U's felt there was a foul in the build-up, but Craig Dundas had a penalty saved in the last minute and in the skirmish that followed Bedsente Gomis was sent off for allegedly pushing over home defender Matt Fish. Full report and photos here. Paul Doswell's view here

Latest News   3G Pitch Hire - Corporate Packages
15th September 2015

We are pleased to offer local buisness the chance to play on our magnificent new 3G pitch.

Corporate 3G Hire

Latest News   FA Cup draw
14th September 2015

Sutton have been drawn away to Vanarama National League South rivals Bishop's Stortford in the 2nd qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup, with the tie due to be played at Woodside Park on Saturday 26 September. The sides last met in the competition at the same stage in 2006, when Bishop's Stortford won 3-1 at Sutton while before that, again at the second qualifying round stage in 2003,  a drawn replay at Bishop's Stortford was won on penalties by the home side, but U's fans with longer memories will recall the first round proper tie in 1981 when a dramatic late comeback saw Sutton win a replay 2-1.

The sides currently lie level on points in the league, with Sutton two places higher thanks to a better goal difference. Bishop's Stortford have won two and lost two of their four home games, including a 1-0 defeat to bottom club Weston-super-Mare.

Latest News   New charity partners welcomed
13th September 2015

Club chairman Bruce Elliott is pictured at yesterday's game against Gosport with representatives from SCILL, the Sutton Centre for Independent Living and Learning, which has been chosen as Sutton United's charity partner for this season. 

SCILL is a charity based in the centre of Sutton. It is an independent living centre and a user led organisation which means that it is led and controlled by the people it supports i.e. disabled people. SCILL is passionate about promoting the principles of independent living, choice and control for disabled people and their carers, and works hard to remove the barriers which prevent disabled people from living full and independent lives.

We look forward to a rewarding partnership over the next twelve months.

The club's previous charity partners are Hospital Radio Marsden, Sutton MENCAP and St Raphael's Hospice. We still have great relationships with all three and will continue to work with these great charities to help them further their aims.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key number 5
12th September 2015

The fifth Strikers are Key draw duly took place after today's entertaining match v Gosport Borough.

Thanks to Craig McAllister's winning goal, £750 found its way into the safe. Ball number 15 was pulled out of the purple velvet bag, the ball owned by the syndicate "'Ome M'Lady?", comprising John and David Parker. Sadly John failed in the quest to choose the correct key, winning his syndicate the £50 consolation prize in the process.

It all means that a minimum of £950 will be up for grabs at the match v Hemel Hempstead on 3 Oct.

Until then!

Latest News   Sutton United 1 Gosport Borough 0 - full report and photos
12th September 2015

A goal by Craig McAllister midway through the first half enabled Sutton to end Gosport's unbeaten start to the season today, although equally influential to the result was goalkeeper Ross Worner, who saved two penalties, the first from Justin Bennett after quarter of an hour, the second from former Sutton striker Jamie White ten minutes from time. By then Sutton should have had the game sewn up, with Gosport keeper Nathan Ashmore making a string of fine saves and Stuart Fleetwood and Ross Stearn guilty of bad misses. Full report with photos here

Latest News   Youth Cup Updates
11th September 2015

Sutton's FA Youth Cup 1st Qualifying Round fixture against Westfield has been confirmed as a 7.45pm kick-off on Monday 21st September at Gander Green Lane. The winner of this tie will host either Raynes Park Vale or Horsham in the 2nd Qualifying Round. 

Before that, Sutton travel to Fetcham Grove this coming Monday, 7.45pm kick-off, to take on Leatherhead in the Lucas Fettes Cup.

Latest News   Youths Progress in FA Youth Cup
09th September 2015

Sutton's Youth Team hit double figures tonight as they fired in ten goals against Worthing United in the FA Youth Cup Preliminary Round, the visitors pulling a goal back midway through the second half. Aidan Brown and Dinos Kalognomas both hit first-half doubles with Callum Phillip, Tom Mallet and a Dylan Burke-Hamilton penalty putting the result well beyond doubt at the interval. Kalognomas claimed his hat-trick and Burke-Hamilton added his second, before Reyon Dillon rounded off the scoring. Match report here.

Sutton will now host Westfield in the First Qualifying Round, date to be confirmed shortly, but before that face a trip to Leatherhead on Monday evening in the First Round of the Lucas Fettes Cup.

Latest News   Local All-Weather Training Available
09th September 2015

We have some vacant time on the superb new 3G surface at the Borough Sports Ground on Monday nights 5.30pm to 6.30pm and Wednesdays 6.00pm to 7.00pm.  Prices from £40 per hour.  Part-pitch hire available.

To enquire about hiring this facility, e-mail

Latest News   Supporters' favourite returns as Paul adds to squad
08th September 2015

Last season's Supporters' Club Player of the Year, Bedsente Gomis, has returned to the club after a brief spell back home in  France. The Senegalese midfielder, who joined the club a year ago having played for Southend, scored four goals in 34 games last season, and Paul Doswell explained: ''Betsy's missed us, and he's got his family's agreement to come back and play, and has trained well this week.''

Also joining the club is midfielder Craig Eastmond, a member of Arsenal's FA Youth Cup winning side in 2009 who made four senior appearances for the Gunners and has subsequently played for Wycombe and Colchester before finishing last season with Yeovil. He is a cousin of Bath and England rugby union centre Kyle Eastmond. Paul commented: ''We were disappointed to lose our captain in midfield, but with Craig and Betsy joining, Louis John returning from his loan at Met Police where he's played about eight games, and Simon Downer and Kevin Amankwaah both training this week we've got the squad back close to where it should be.''

Latest News   Strikers Are Key number 4
05th September 2015

As a result of today's fine strike by Craig McAllister, £500 found its way into the Strikers are Key safe for the fourth draw of the season after the match v Concord Rangers.

Ball number 12 emerged from the purple velvet bag, owned by the syndicate "Supporters Vets", comprising John Parsons, Ron and Alison Denyer and Albert and Jenny Corkett. John stepped forward in the quest to pick out the safe-cracking key but, sadly, to no avail. The £50 consolation prize helped to slightly soften the blow for this team of Sutton stalwarts.

It all means that a minimum of £700 will be up for grabs after next Saturday's match v Gosport Borough. Until then...

Latest News   Sutton United 2 Concord Rangers 2 - report, photos and reaction
05th September 2015

Sutton had to be content with a point despite leading twice at Gander Green Lane today. Craig McAllister, who had earlier hit the bar, put U's ahead on the stroke of half time with his first Sutton goal, but Concord equalised through Steve Cawley seven minutes in to the second half. Dan Spence restored Sutton's lead just before the hour, also opening his account for the club, but Lewis Taaffe's equaliser within a minute ensured that these sides shared the points for the sixth time in seven meetings. Craig Dundas and Jamie Collins were both denied by goalkeeper Ben McNamara, but in the last minute Ross Worner and Collins had to combine to prevent Joe Gardner's header giving the visitors victory. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's reaction here

Latest News   Player News - Surprise Departure
04th September 2015

First team skipper Glen Southam has today left Sutton United FC.

Paul Doswell commented, "Glen has been offered a great opportunity within his business and it's a situation that whilst hugely disappointing for us at the club will benefit Glen and his family. He was an integral part of the team and someone who, as my captain, will be missed. He still has an unbelievable desire to play football and I'm sure he will play for two or three years to come but now he can combine his business interests with his football.

It's a similar situation to what happened with Jason Brown in the summer and this is what happens at this level of football. I'll now be looking for a replacement and will start that process immediately."

The club would like to thank Glen for all of his efforts since joining from Chelmsford and wish him and his family well for the future.


Latest News   Whitehawk 2 Sutton United 0 - full report, photos and reaction
31st August 2015

Two goals in a two minute spell early in the first half consigned Sutton to defeat in Sussex today, Danny Mills scoring in the 13th minute and Shamir Fenelon adding a second two minutes later. U's cause wasn't helped when Shaun Cooper was sent off for hauling down Fenelon on the edge of the penalty area twelve minutes before half time, and although substitutes Tommy Wright and Tom Bolarinwa had chances in the second half Sutton were unable to make any impression on the home defence. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's view here.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key numbers 2 and 3
29th August 2015

The "double" Strikers are Key draw duly took place after today's fine victory v Wealdstone.Ball number 43 was pulled out of the purple velvet bag in connection with the deferred draw in respect of the Truro match on Monday 17th Aug. Ball 43 is owned by Wayne Shaw and Ian Baird and, in their absence, the safe was duly opened by Bobby Childs winning "The coaches " syndicate £550 in the process. Congratulations to Wayne and Ian! This successful cracking of the safe left £250 up for grabs for the draw relating to the Wealdstone game (the extra £50 thanks to Dan Fitchett's fine strike today). Ball 49 was the latest to appear, the ball owned by Andy Mc Vicar. In Andy's absence, Craig Dundas sadly selected the wrong key on Andy's behalf, thus winning him the £50 consolation prize. This all means that a minimum of £450 will be inserted in the safe for next Saturday's home fixture v Concord Rangers. See you then!


Latest News   Sutton United 5 Wealdstone 2 - full coverage
29th August 2015

The U's romped to their biggest home win for over a year with five goals this afternoon against Wealdstone. Jamie Collins opened the scoring before two superbly taken goals in five minutes from Dan Fitchett and Micky Spillane put U's firmly in charge. Although a Dan Spence own goal gave Wealdstone a glimmer of hope Craig Dundas restored the three goal advantage before half time. The impressive Bradley Hudson-Odoi pulled one back early in the second half and Sutton endured a few uncertain moments before Dundas settled matters two minutes from time, starting and finishing a move also involving Stuart Fleetwood. Full report, with photos, here and highlights along with Paul Doswell's view here

Team: Worner, Spence, Wishart, Beckwith, McAllister(Fleetwood), Collins, Spillane, Southam (Cooper),Dundas, Fitchett (Wright), Stearn.

Latest News   Bank Holiday weekend preview
28th August 2015

The August Bank Holiday weekend this year sees Sutton, unbeaten in four games since the opening day defeat to Maidstone, up against sides who have had contrasting starts to the season. Wealdstone visit Gander Green Lane on Saturday looking for their first win of the season, with just one point so far from their fve games. That point came in a goalless draw at Margate, while they have suffered defeats against Bath, Concord, Eastbourne and Ebbsfleet. Then on Monday U's make the trip to Brighton to face Whitehawk(travel details here), whose games have produced more goals than any other team so far this season, and who are the league's top scorers having twice hit four goals in games against Hayes & Yeading and Chelmsford. Their one defeat came at home to early pacesetters Bath.

Suspensions affect both games, with Wealdstone travelling on Saturday without goalkeeper Jonathan North, who was sent off a fortnight ago against Eastbourne by the same referee who then sent Jamie Collins off aganst Truro, meaning that he sits out Monday's game at Whitehawk. Craig McAllister should be fit to play some part over the weekend but Simon Downer and Kevin Amankwaah are both still likely to be absent.

Once again supporters who wish to buy a season ticket at tomorrow's game at this season's bargain prices will have their admission charge for the game refunded, while the bars will be open at lunchtime with the Premier League game between Newcastle and Arsenal live on BT Sport (kick off 12.45), with hot food available from the kitchen.


Latest News   Youths Claim All 3 Points Against Beavers
24th August 2015

Despite a day of torrential rain, the 3G surface at Gander Green Lane played superbly as Sutton's Youth Team opened their Ryman Youth League Central Division season tonight against Hampton & Richmond Borough and came away with all three points thanks to Callum Phillip's second-half strike. Match report here.


The next fixture for the Under-18s will be in the FA Youth Cup on September 9th when Worthing United visit Gander Green Lane.

Latest News   Youth Team Season Opener at Gander Green Lane
23rd August 2015

Sutton's Youth Team begin their Ryman Youth League Central Division season with a home match against Hampton & Richmond Borough on Monday evening, 7.45pm kick-off at Gander Green Lane.

Season tickets are valid for all Youth League fixtures, otherwise admission is £3 for adults and £1 for concessions.

Latest News   Maidenhead United 1 Sutton United 1 - full report & photos
22nd August 2015

In hot conditions the points were shared at York Road today as Dave Tarpey's opener inside the first ten minutes for Maidenhead was cancelled out just before half time by Craig Dundas. Full report and photos here.

Team: Worner, Spence, Wishart(Anderson), Beckwith, Cooper, Collins, Spillane, Southam, Dundas, Fleetwood(Fitchett), Stearn(Wright)

Latest News   Sutton United 2 Truro City 2 - full coverage
17th August 2015

A tempestuous and controversial game at Gander Green Lane tonight ended all square when a misjudgement by goalkeeper Ross Worner three minutes in to injury time allowed a header from Truro defender Arran Pugh in to the net and gave the Cornish side a point. Dan Fitchett gave U's the lead after just 40 seconds, but Truro equalised following the first of a number of contentious decisions as Worner was adjudged to have fouled Isaac Vassell and Shane White netted the penalty. A superb second goal by Fitchett restored U's lead just before the hour, but U's had Jamie Collins sent off for a second booking fifteen minutes from time when referee Elliott Kaye decided he had taken too long over a free kick.Vassell was also sent off when he picked up a second yellow card for simulation in an incident that looked more of a penalty than the one that was given, and Worner made two brilliant saves to keep U's in front before the final cruel twist. It was an entertaining game in front of a big crowd, but unfortunately the major topic of discussion after the game was the refereeing, with nine players booked before Collins and Vassell were sent off. Full report with photos here and Paul Doswell's view and highlights here.

Tom Bolarinwa was missing from the squad after his wife gave birth this week, and we send the family our best wishes. Meanwhile Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick is to go on loan for a month to Tonbridge Angels, managed by former Sutton coach Steve McKimm who was at the game tonight.

Latest News   Dartford 2 Sutton United 2 - full coverage
15th August 2015

Sutton came from behind twice to earn a good point at Dartford this afternoon. The home side took the lead in the 14th minute when Tom Bradbrook headed in a free kick, but U's levelled ten minutes before half time through a powerful Micky Spillane volley. In an entertaining game Dartford were back in front midway through the second half when Ross Worner's attempt to clear an underhit pass from Shaun Cooper smacked Bradbrook in the face and rebounded in to the net, the striker knocked briefly unconscious by the impact and forced off with a jaw injury. U's grabbed a deserved point five minutes from time when a superb cross from substitute Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick was glanced in by Jamie Collins for his second goal in successive games. In the last action of the match Worner made a brilliant save to keep out Andy Pugh's shot. Full report and photos here, and highlights, along with Paul Doswell's verdict here

Latest News   Help required - Vice Presidents' Association
14th August 2015

We are looking for people to help out with serving teas at half time in the Vice Presidents' Lounge at all home1st team matches.  If you think you might be able to help us please contact Sylvia Holland on 0208 393 6062 or e-mail   We are also looking for new Committee members to join our existing Committee which raises funds for the football club through the pre-match lunches, tea at half time and quiz nights. If you would like further information or you would like to join us please contact Sylvia Holland on the above details   Thanks Vice Presidents' Association Committee

Latest News   Havant & Waterlooville 0 Sutton United 2 - full report, photos and reaction
12th August 2015

Sutton bounced back from Saturday's defeat with a fine performance and deserved victory at Havant tonight. Dan Fitchett headed U's in front from a superb Dan Spence cross eight minutes before half time and substitute Jamie Collins, on for the injured Simon Downer, headed the second twenty minutes from the end from a Glen Southam corner. U's also lost Craig McAllister to injury in the first half. Full report and photos here, Paul Doswell's views here

Latest News   Strikers Are Key no.1
08th August 2015

Ball number 48 was the first to emerge from the purple velvet bag in the 2015/16 version of Strikers are Key, the ball owned by the syndicate " Happipotimice" comprising Richard Wilmott and Annie Hall. In their absence after the game, Glen Southam tried his luck choosing the right key but sadly failed, winning Richard and Annie the consolation prize of £50 and meaning a minimum of £400 is carried forward to the next draw....Onwards and upwards we march.

Latest News   Sutton United 0 Maidstone United 2
08th August 2015

Sutton continued their record of having lost on the opening day of each season since their promotion to National League South in 2011 as they went down 2-0 to promoted Maidstone today. The better side in the first half hour, U's were unable to make that count as Dan Fitchett hit the inside of the post and goalkeeper Lee Worgan made a fine save from Ross Stearn, and having survived that spell Maidstone came more in to the game and went ahead just after the hour with a spectacular dipping volley from Joe Healy. Substitute Alex Akrofi scored the second with a header three minutes from the end. Full report here

Latest News   Smoke No Joke
05th August 2015


Sutton United FC fully supports the National League’s new Smoke No Joke campaign to reduce and eradicate the indiscriminate use of flares, smoke bombs and pyrotechnics at matches.

Flares and smoke bombs disrupt play and people’s enjoyment of games, and the toxins they contain can seriously damage health and/or cause life-threatening injury or concern.  Due to their chemical make-up, pyrotechnic devices can lead to serious health consequences for those with pre-existing medical conditions. 

Clubs have been directed to take the strongest action available against anyone found in possession of a Flare, Smoke Bomb or any other such pyrotechnic article(s), and spectators are warned that a zero tolerance approach will be taken to anyone attempting to bring such article(s) into The Borough Sports Ground

In order to protect all supporters, we reserve the right to search your person and/or effects, and we further reserve the right to pursue legal action, civil or criminal, against any person who contravenes current legislation or our stadium regulations.

To further safeguard all supporters and players we would welcome the receipt of any information which could assist us to deter, apprehend, detain and, where appropriate, prosecute anyone in possession of, or found discharging or being a party to the discharge of, such an article. Courts have a sentencing guideline of three months’ imprisonment and a three-year football banning order. Those prosecuted face not only a criminal record and imprisonment but also many future difficulties, including restrictions on travel overseas.


Please support The U’s safely and responsibly this season.

Latest News   Leaflet Drop
30th July 2015

If anyone can help with a leaflet drop to help promote use of the 3G pitch, please contact

There are around 2,000 leaflets for local businesses, shops and homes.


Latest News   Calling All U's Fans
26th July 2015

If you have been to a pre-season game you will have seen the substantial changes that have been made over the summer and will probably appreciate the amount of extra work that is being generated by all of these improvements.  The addition of 3G, in particular, is edging us towards becoming a business wth a turnover of £1 million per annum.

Two years ago we were named Business Of The Year in the Sutton Chamber of Commerce annual awards and, as Bruce Elliott said at the time, "that's not a bad achievement for a business run by volunteers."

Well, if anyone thinks that they would like to play a part in the growth of this club and could offer some help, whether it be on the admin side or maybe a little more hands-on, then we would love to hear from you. Just this week a supporter who wasn't known to us put his hand up and offered to help and he has a wealth of knowledge and experience that will come in very useful.

Please e-mail and let us know how you think you could be of assistance.

Many thanks.

Latest News   Footwear for 3G
23rd July 2015

Our new 3G is getting rave reviews, but like any surface there are some types of footwear that suit it better than others. If you might be playing on the pitch, please see the guide below for what is suitable and what is not allowed. Also, please ensure your boots are clean - 3G and mud don't mix !


Latest News   Soccersixes at Sutton United
20th July 2015

Do you play football ?  Are you in a team ? Would you and your mates like to play in a league ?

Why not join our new league at SUTTON UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB ?



Latest News   Hiring Our 3G
16th July 2015

We have a dedicated website under construction but, in the meantime, anyone wanting to enquire about hiring our 3G pitch should contact:  

Bobby Childs 

Business Development Manager 

Sutton United FC 

The Borough Sports Ground  

Gander Green Lane 

Sutton  Surrey. SM1 2EY   

EMail - 

Phone - 07966 391761

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