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Latest News   Holiday Double Header
21st December 2014



12 Noon Live on BT Sport, Tottenham Hotspur v  Manchester Utd.

followed by the “BIG MATCH”,   SUTTON UTD v ST ALBANS CITY !

Why not come early and enjoy something to eat from “JENNY’S KITCHEN”, washed down with a Christmas drink from the Players' Bar !

Latest News   Sutton United 0-2 Whitehawk - full report & photos
20th December 2014

Sutton's winless run in Vanarama Conference South was extended to seven games today as they slumped to defeat at home to Whitehawk. Nick Arnold's long range shot gave the visitors the lead in the 17th minute, and Sam Deering won and converted a penalty five minutes after half time. Full report and photos here.

Sutton's reserves enjoyed a convincing 5-0 win at Carshalton in the Suburban League. Terry Murray scored twice, and there was a goal each for Christian Kapinga, Kevant Serbonij and Josh Uzun. Report to follow.

Latest News   Sutton v Whitehawk preview
19th December 2014

After five weeks without a home game, Sutton return to Gander Green Lane tomorrow in search of a first Vanarama Conference South double of the season against Whitehawk. Back in September U's produced what many would rate as their best performance of the season so far, winning 2-0 with goals from Charlie Clough and Craig Dundas, and a repeat showing tomorrow would be very welcome as U's look to end a run of six league games without a win, the last success coming just over two months ago at Farnborough.

Billy Medlock is available again after being ineligible for the FA Trophy defeat at Hemel Hempstead, but Callum Hart remains on the sidelines after dislocating his shoulder at Basingstoke, although there is no serious damage and he should be fit to return in January. Bedsente Gomis is also in the squad, with his suspension not due to start until the game against St Albans next Sunday, but the club have appealed against his sending off at Hemel Hempstead. It is the second appeal that U's have put in to the FA this season - in October Michael Spillane had his red card against Bath City rescinded.

Whitehawk, who escaped relegation on the last day of the season last season, are unbeaten in their last six, and moved in to the fourth play-off spot on Tuesday with a 1-1 draw away to Weston-super-Mare.

The club will as always be open at lunchtime for anyone who wants to watch the 12.45 Premier League game between Manchester City and Crystal Palace.

The reserves are away to Carshalton Athletic tomorrow.

Latest News   Youth Game Off
17th December 2014

Tonight's Ryman Youth League Central Division fixture against Woking has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.


Latest News   Christmas Comes Early To The Lane
15th December 2014

This Saturday, break out your best Christmas jumper and get into the festive spirit as Christmas comes to The Lane.

Why not join us for lunch before the game ?  A two-course meal from our great cook Wendy is just £12.50.  The meal starts at 12.45  e-mail functions@suttonunited.net to book.

We will also be holding a special Christmas raffle, with five great prizes including a tv cast USB stick - broadcast films and pictures from your laptop, phone or tablet straight to your tv, no more huddling around the iPad to watch The Sound Of Music. 

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Latest News   Shares Available in SUFC Ltd
14th December 2014

The club has released another block of shares in Sutton United FC Limited, available at £50 per share.  Maybe someone in your family would appreciate a surprise Christmas gift ?

e-mail davef@suttonunited.net for details

Latest News   Hemel Hempstead Town 1-0 Sutton United - full report, photos and reaction
13th December 2014

For the second time in a month a late Jordan Parkes penalty gave Hemel Hempstead victory over Sutton, this time to end U's hopes of an FA Trophy run. Parkes netted from the spot six minutes from time after a foul by Harry Osborne, but the turning point of the game was the sending off of Bedsente Gomis just before half time, the midfielder receiving a straight red card for violent conduct in a melee that followed a foul for which he was only going to be booked. Until then Sutton had been the better side and had seen several chances go begging, and although playing with ten men up the hill after the break they were pushed further back Hemel had created little to trouble Tom Lovelock until the goal. Full report and photos here. Paul Doswell's post-match verdict here 

Team: Lovelock, Osborne, Evans(Cooper), Amankwaah, Wellard(Hippolyte-Patrick), Clough, Spillane, Southam, Dundas, Gomis, White(Wishart). 

Latest News   FA Trophy preview
12th December 2014

Sutton return to the FA Trophy trail tomorrow with a visit to Hemel Hempstead (travel details here) in an all Vanarama Conference South first round tie. The teams met at Gander Green Lane in the league a month ago, when the Hertfordshire side came from a goal down to win with a disputed last minute penalty, while last season U's visited Vauxhall Road in the 4th qualifying round of the FA Cup, sharing a pulsating 3-3 draw before winning the replay. 

At the time of that game Hemel Hempstead were in the Southern League, but already looking likely to win the promotion that they duly achieved at the end of the season. They currently lie in mid table after a season that has seen them more successful away than at home, but after recording a first league home win against Basingstoke three weeks ago, the past week has seen that form turned round, with a 4-0 defeat at Chelmsford last weekend followed by Tuesday's 5-1 home win against Staines. Both sides qualified for tomorrow's game with 2-1 away wins, Sutton at Hereford and Hemel at Truro, but they had Arthur Lee sent off in that game and he is suspended tomorrow.

Billy Medlock is cup-tied so unable to build on his performance on Tuesday when he scored all four goals against South Park. Manager Paul Doswell was delighted with the striker's effort. ''It was probably the main benefit of Tuesday's game, and will give him confidence. Generally Tuesday was a good exercise - it was a big call about what sort of team to put out but in the end it worked well.'' Shaun Cooper is back in the squad for tomorrow after training well on Thursday, and Micky Spillane should be fit after making a quicker than expected recovery from the injury he sustained at Basingstoke. Also likely to be back sooner than expected is Callum Hart, who may only be missing for a fortnight after his shoulder was put back in place after the game at Basingstoke with no serious damage. Louis John is also close to recovery, and could be back in the next two or three weeks, whiele Dale Binns is looking at a late-January return.

Latest News   Youth Match Off
11th December 2014

Tonight's Youth Team league match at Crawley Down Gatwick has been postponed

Latest News   South Park 1-4 Sutton United - full report & photos
09th December 2014

Billy Medlock opened his goals account for Sutton in some style tonight when he became the first player for nearly three years to score four goals in a first team game as U's repeated the 4-1 victory that they recorded in the only previous meeting between the sides. Medlock scored twice in the first fifteen minutes, and completed his hat trick early in the second half. South Park pulled one back, but Medlock completed his haul near the end to secure a third round tie away to Merstham. In a strong line-up, there was a first senior start for Ollie Sitch, while three more from the successful reserve team, Warren Morgan, Jordan Oldershaw and Brandon Johnson came on during the second half. Full report and photos here .

The last player to score four in a game for Sutton was Kyle Vassell, also in the Surrey Senior Cup, against Godalming in January 2012.

Latest News   Surrey Senior Cup - tonight
09th December 2014

Click here for travel details for tonight's Surrey Senior Cup tie away to South Park, which was originally scheduled for last Tuesday but postponed due to the weather. South Park are having a reasonably successful debut season in Division One South of the Ryman League, currently five points outside the play-off zone after coming back to earn a 2-2 draw against Tooting on Saturday after going 2-0 down inside eight minutes. It will be the second meeting at the Reigate ground between the sides, Sutton winning 4-1 in the same competition three seasons ago. Manager Paul Doswell will be hoping that a number of his squad players will start the game and make a claim to first team inclusion,  although he admitted after Saturday's game at Basingstoke that the injuries to Micky Spillane and Callum Hart in that game have complicated selection, while there will also be places for several of James Bracken's successful reserve side. Kick off is 7.45, with extra time and penalties if necessary to decide who will visit Merstham in the third round in January.

Latest News   Basingstoke Town 2 Sutton United 2 - full coverage
06th December 2014

The U's twice came from behind, with goals by Ricky Wellard and Bedsente Gomis,  to earn a well-deserved point but will be kicking themselves not to have gone home with the win after creating a string of second-half chances only to be thwarted by the woodwork and some fine goalkeeping. On the debit side Micky Spillane and Callum Hart both went off injured, Hart with what looked like a very painful dislocation of his shoulder. Full report and photos here. Highlights and Paul Doswell's post-match interview here

Sutton's reserves drew 1-1 in their top of the table Suburban League game against to Metropolitan Police at Banstead, Christian Kapinga scoring U's goal from the penalty spot. Report to follow.

Latest News   Basingstoke v Sutton preview
05th December 2014

Both Sutton and Basingstoke ended recent poor runs with FA Trophy victories last Saturday, and both will be looking to build on those results when they meet at The Camrose tomorrow, kick off 3pm (click here for travel details). Basingstoke's single goal success against Whitehawk ended a run of five league and cup games without a win, but this followed an earlier sequence of six straight wins which has left them still challenging at the top of the table, going in to tomorrow's game in fifth place, nine points behind leaders Boreham Wood but with three games in hand, and with the knowledge that they won 2-1 when Boreham Wood visited Hampshire in September.

Sutton are seven points further back in 16th place, and like Basingstoke haven't won in the league since the same weekend in October, when U's beat Farnborough and Basingstoke won at Wealdstone. Billy Medlock is available again after being cup-tied for the trip to Hereford, while Basingstoke are without defender Tom Bird and midfielder Jamie Brown due to suspension.

Last season's meeting, played in part in a violent hailstorm, was won by Sutton thanks to Jamie Taylor's early goal, U's second win in the four meetings at The Camrose since they were promoted.

The reserves are in action at Banstead tomorrow against league leaders Metropolitan Police, kick off 3pm. The Police lead by seven points, but Sutton, who are still unbeaten in the league, have five games in hand.

Latest News   Youths Sneak Through in County Cup
03rd December 2014

A 91st minute penalty sent holders Sutton through to the quarter-finals of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup tonight against Guildford City at a bitterly cold Merland Rise. Brown had earlier levelled the scores just before half-time after the visitors took the lead midway through the first half. Match report here.

Latest News   Lunchtime kick-off on Boxing Day
03rd December 2014

Sutton and Wealdstone have agreed that the Boxing Day game at Wealdstone will kick off at 1pm.

The return game on New Year's Day at Gander Green Lane will be a 3pm kick off.

Latest News   Surrey Senior Cup tonight - POSTPONED
02nd December 2014

Tonight's game has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch and rearranged for next Tuesday 9 December, kick off 7.45

Click here for travel details for tonight's Surrey Senior Cup tie away to South Park, who are having a reasonably successful debut season in Division One South of the Ryman League, currently five points outside the play-off zone. It will be the second meeting at the Reigate ground between the sides, Sutton winning 4-1 in the same competition three seasons ago. Manager Paul Doswell will be hoping that a number of his squad players from Saturday's win at Hereford will start the game and make a claim to first team inclusion, while there will also be places for several of James Bracken's successful reserve side. Kick off is 7.45, with extra time and penalties if necessary to decide who goes in to the third round draw which is live on BBC Radio Surrey on Friday morning.

Latest News   First leg level in Champions' Cup final
02nd December 2014

Sutton's reserves drew 0-0 last night in the first leg of the Suburban League Champions' Cup final at Uxbridge. Report to follow. The second leg has yet to be arranged.

Latest News   Sutton face Hemel in Trophy
01st December 2014

Sutton have been drawn away to Vanarama Conference South rivals Hemel Hempstead Town in the first round of the FA Trophy on Saturday 13 December. Sutton visited Vauxhall Road last season in the 4th qualifying round of the FA Cup, with an exciting 3-3 draw followed by a win for U's in the replay, but Hemel were at Gander Green Lane a fortnight ago and took all three points thanks to an injury time penalty. Hemel Hempstead reached this stage with a 2-1 win at Truro in which both sides had a player sent off, Arthur Lee picking up two yellow cards for Hemel and therefore suspended for the first round tie.

Latest News   Hereford Utd 1 Sutton Utd 2 - full report, reaction & photos
29th November 2014

After letting in a bizarre early own-goal, the U's rallied at Edgar Street to be level at half time through a Ricky Wellard goal. The Bulls had a man sent off near the start of the second half and Wellard hit the post before the U's won the game late on with a great Glen Southam strike and there was still time for Southam to have a penalty saved.

Full report and photos here, with Paul Doswell's views here .

Latest News   FA Trophy preview
28th November 2014

Sutton and Hereford meet for the fifth time in cup football tomorrow, this time for the right to reach the FA Trophy 1st round, the stage at which clubs from the Vanarama Conference enter the competition. Three of the previous meetings were in the FA Cup, and all came when Hereford were a Football Lague club, most recently in November 2009 when Hereford won a first round tie 2-0. That was also the score in 1995 in the second round, while two years earlier in a game at Gander Green Lane Sutton took an early lead through Simon Quail but lost 2-1, the decisive goal a Phil Barton own goal. The sides were also adversaries in the Conference for one season in 1999-2000, the first game of the season at Gander Green Lane ending 1-1 while U's valedictory performance at the end of the season saw Hereford win 4-1, and the sides also met at Edgar Street that season in the Nationwide McMillan Trophy, the Conference League Cup, Hereford winning 2-0 after extra time. An oddity of that game was that it was in the Southern section of the competition, while several miles to the south Forest Green were staging a tie in the Northern section.

Under the management of Peter Beadle, who had a brief spell at Sutton as coach earlier this season, Hereford escaped relegation from the Conference on the last day of last season but after a turbulent summer saw their Conference status removed for off-field reasons and so are playing in the Southern League, where they are currently mid-table. A difficult season saw an FA Cup exit at East Midlands Counties League Ellistown & Ibstock, while the threat of eviction from Edgar Street hung over the club, whose future at times has been in doubt. On the pitch a run of six consecutive league and cup wins was ended on Tuesday with a 3-0 defeat at Chesham.

Having released Jessy Reindorf and Kane Haysman from his squad this week, Paul Doswell welcomes back Michael Spillane and Jack Evans after suspension but will be without the cup-tied Billy Medlock, who played and scored for Tonbridge in an earlier round.

Click here for travel details for tomorrow's game.

23rd November 2014

Starting on 28th November, with a special show to mark the Boom Boom Club's 1000th gig in aid of one of our most popular artists, the great Walter Trout, the Boom Boom Club at Sutton United brings you a month a of unforgettable music that's definitely not to be missed.  From blues to funk, soul to rock'n'roll and plenty of classic pop there is something for everyone.

Seven times Britains' Blues Guitarist of the Year, Otis Grand is the man of whom BB King said "you play like I used to".  Otis is one of many acts to kick-off this musical feast at the benefit gig for another guitar legend, Walter Trout.

Another Boom Boom favourite is Johnny Warman and he returns with Four Bills And A Ben for an evening of great 60s memories.  Ben Waters was described by Jools Holland as one of his favourite pianists of all time (he even played at Jools' wedding) so be sure of some great boogie woogie, blues and rock and roll. Then, as if all that isn't enough (with more besides), we go into Christmas and New Year with a glittering gathering of our  traditional show-stoppers: Absolute Bowie, Rollin' Stoned, Mainly Madness and Cregan & Co.  

What an unbelievable line-up to end 2014.  For more details go to http://feenstra.co.uk/boomboom/ 

Latest News   Reserves in League Cup blow
22nd November 2014

Sutton's reserves, whose game against Tring Athletic was postponed today, have had their defence of the Suburban League Cup ended after being found guilty of fielding an ineligible player in the second leg of the first round tie against Westfield. Steven Ibizugbe played 63 minutes of the game but was still registered with Crowborough despite having left the Sussex side without playing for them. Sutton went in to the second leg, which they won 6-1, with a 9-0 lead from the first leg, over which there is no dispute, and are considering an appeal against the decision to award the tie to Westfield.

Latest News   Bromley 2-1 Sutton United - full report, photos and reaction
22nd November 2014

Jamie White took less than quarter of an hour of his debut to show his striker's instincts with a fine goal that gave Sutton the lead at Hayes Lane today, but U's still ended up on the wrong end of the scoreline in front of a crowd of 1,043. Pierre Joseph-Dubois equalised four minutes later, and after he and Moses Ademola had both hit the woodwork in the second half Joseph-Dubois scored the winner two minutes from time. Even then Sutton could have emerged with a point when Dan Wishart's free kick hit the bar. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's reaction here.

Latest News   Dos gets his striker
17th November 2014

Sutton have signed striker Jamie White from Bristol Rovers after the Vanarama Conference club cancelled his contract. Jamie, who is 25 today, is a former Southampton Academy Player of the Year whose goals helped fire Salisbury to promotion two seasons ago, and whose continued form at Conference level last season saw him signed by Bristol Rovers in the summer.

Paul says that he is delighted to finally get his man. ''I have been chasing Jamie for a month now and our patience has paid off. He is a proven goal scorer at this level, and above, and his willingness to come was so refreshing. Jamie just wants to play football and enjoy scoring again, and hopefully for the next eighteen months that will be for Sutton. I would like to thank Darryl Clarke for the way he has dealt with this, and hope Bristol Rovers gain the promotion they want. Jamie will train tomorrow, and will be available for Saturday's game at Bromley.''

Latest News   Strikers Are Key Draw Number 9 and Lucky Striker
16th November 2014

The ninth Strikers are Key draw of the season duly took place after today's match v Hemel Hempstead.

Tommy, son of Sutton's favourite pugilist, RICKY Boylan, pulled ball 37 out of the purple velvet bag, a ball owned by the syndicate " It's a Dog's Life" whose members are Paul Chalmers, Colin " Juan" Payne, Mark Notton, Nick the Greek and " Duke", the last named of whom stepped forward, worked the crowd and then, sadly, pulled out the wrong key and thus failed to open the safe. The syndicate members present were comforted by the £50 consolation prize which was speedily and wisely invested at the bar.

This means that a minimum of £700 will be up for grabs at the tenth Strikers are Key draw which takes place on Saturday 20th December after the match v Whitehawk plus £50 per League goal scored in the interim by the nominated strikers. On which subject; those nominated strikers are now Craig Dundas, Jessy Reindorf and Billy Medlock.

One other piece of housekeeping; you'll all be delighted to learn that ball 43 does now indeed have new owners in the shape of Ian Baird and Wayne Shaw who have joined forces. Welcome to the game gentlemen!Thank you as always for everyone's marvellous support of this important initiative for the club. Onwards and upwards.


The November Lucky Strikers draw took place in the VPs lounge at half time today.The draw was witnessed by Barbara Tickle and Norman Summerfield.

1st prize £100 Simon Clennell

2nd prize £60 Iris Mackley

3rd prize £50 Adrian Barry

Congratulations to all three and many thanks to the Lucky Striker members for their continued support.

Latest News   Sutton United 1-2 Hemel Hempstead Town - full report, photos and reaction
15th November 2014

A penalty in the fourth minute of stoppage time, controversially awarded against Shaun Cooper for a challenge on Moussa Diarra, gave Hemel Hempstead the chance to claim a 2-1 win at Gander Green Lane today, Jordan Parkes converting the spot kick. Craig Dundas headed Sutton in front in the 25th minute but Parkes equalised six minutes later with a deflected free kick. Full report with photos here and Paul Doswell's post-match views here.

Sutton's reserves duly progressed to the final of the Suburban League Champions' Cup, winning 4-2 at Corinthian to complete a 12-3 aggregate win. Kevant Serbonij and Christian Kapinga scored twice each. Report here.

Latest News   Football Manager 2015 OUT NOW - Just £15
15th November 2014

Copies of the latest edition of this ever-popular game will be on sale at the club this afternoon for the bargain price of £15.  Start your Christmas shopping early !

Latest News   Player news
11th November 2014

Sutton have signed left sided player Dan Wishart from Hayes & Yeading. The 22-year-old was suspended for the meeting between the sides at Maidenhead at the start of this month, but is joint leading scorer for Hayes this season. Manager Paul Doswell commented: ''With Dale Binns looking at a long injury absence Dan will be a direct replacement, and he can also play left back if necessary.'' Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick also signed a contract today, and Paul is hopeful of further adding to his squad tomorrow.

One further piece of player news is that, with his three month loan having expired, midfielder Lee Sawyer has now joined Chelmsford on a permanent basis.

There was mixed news at training today, as Paul reports: ''Callum Hart, Ricky Wellard and Kevin Amankwaah all came through a full session, but Jessy Reindorf collapsed during a run and was taken to hospital for tests. It was a scary moment, but we're very grateful to the medical team from Harlequins who were there and were able to give him treatment until an ambulance arrived. We wish Jessy a speedy recovery, and he'll have some tests to see what caused it.''

Latest News   Strikers Are Key Draw Number 8
09th November 2014

Ball number 22 was ( eventually) pulled out of the bag in Saturday's 8th Strikers are Key draw after the game v Eastbourne Borough, the ball owned by Ray and Derek Holmes.Sadly, Ray was unsuccessful in choosing the right key, therefore winning the £50 consolation prize for his syndicate.

A minimum of £450 will up for grabs in the ninth draw after next week's game v Hemel Hempstead.NB Ball 43 is now, sadly, a lonely old ball without an owner and is, importantly, not " paid up" to the present draw or to the end or half season. With thirteen draws to go it is therefore available to buy by a syndicate for £220 pro rata (just £44 per person in a syndicate of five or £3.38 per draw). If you're interested in making ball 43 a " live" ball again,contact me via this thread or on uws@suttonunited.net.

Up the U's. Onwards and upwards.

Latest News   Sutton United 1-1 Eastbourne Borough - full report, photos and reaction
08th November 2014

Sutton and Eastbourne shared the points in a hard-fought Vanarama Conference South contest this afternoon. Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick headed his first senior goal in the 8th minute, but after U's had lost Glen Southam to a foot injury Eastbourne equalised when Shaun Cooper turned a cross-shot from ex-Sutton player Gavin McCallum in to his own net. Jerson Dos Santos returned to Sutton's first team as a second half substitute. Full report here and Paul Doswell's reaction here.

Latest News   Football Conference Board Statement - Financial Prudence
07th November 2014

The initiative which the Football Conference introduced six years ago to address the level of crown debt amongst its 68 member clubs recently achieved its ultimate goal when the latest quarter end reports showed zero arrears throughout the entire competition.

Commenting on the success, Financial Planning Committee Chairman, Graham Wood, said, "it has been very rewarding to see HMRC indebtedness in our member clubs fall from a collective high approaching £2,000,000 to a position where all of our clubs are reporting nil arrears. Having reached this point, we are naturally looking to clubs to remain compliant, which of course should be a simpler task than the one just completed".

Chairman of the Football Conference Brian Lee added, "The strength and resolve of the Board over the past six seasons to drive down debt, has unfortunately taken its toll with a number of high profile club casualties. This was a consequence the Board knew could be a distinct possibility in pursuing such an initiative. However, it was a long term objective and clubs were duly warned they may face a severe sanction if they failed to meet their financial obligations".

"As a competition we can no longer leave to chance the long term survival of clubs on short term gambles. It is not fair on supporters of these clubs to see winding up petition after winding up petition brought by HMRC. There is a strong wind blowing throughout the game in support of this welcomed change of direction, so we should all join to applaud each and every club who work so hard to live within their means and rightly budget to only play at the level they can truly afford".

Latest News   Gary Mason Charity - Hunt for a Driver
07th November 2014

Drive the Sutton Borough float in the big London parade!

Be the one behind the wheel on New Year's Day!

Is driving  the Sutton Borough float through the famous streets of London in the New Year's Day Parade your idea of a Christmas holiday experience to remember for a  lifetime?

This is an international event watched by thousands of people at the roadside and hundreds  of millions on TV. And there's you in the cab, soaking up the atmosphere,  colour, sound, fun and enjoyment as part of the Gary Mason Charity's  team.

Sutton's Mayor has chosen The Gary Mason Charity to represent the Borough again in this massive event and we hope you'd  like to bring your own road and driving skills to this vital, very individual  role.

Go for  it!

You'll need to be an HGV (Series 1) driver. The float leaves Sutton around 10am, once in  London the parade is 2.2 miles long, and arrival back in Sutton is about  3.30pm.

You can bring a couple of family members with you.

Call  Christine Lindsay on 020 8647 3000 or 07770 533000 

or e-mail christine@gary-mason-charity.org

Latest News   Youths Defence of League Cup Continues in Style
05th November 2014

Sutton hit six past Three Bridges tonight as their defence of the Lucas Fettes Cup continued into the Third Round. Dan Cook gave Sutton a well deserved but slender half-time lead, and second half goals from Joe Jarrett, Dylan Burke-Hamilton, Jack Watret, Dinos Kalagnomas and Dan Haines sealed a comfortable victory. Match report here.

Sutton are again in cup action next Wednesday when they take on Guildford City in the second round of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup.

Latest News   John Warner
04th November 2014

It was with sadness that the club learned today of the passing of John Warner, who will be fondly remembered selling Golden Goal tickets on matchdays with the tickets in one hand and his white dog in the other.  Our thoughts and sympathies go out to John's family and friends.

Latest News   Hayes & Yeading United 1-1 Sutton United - full report & photos
02nd November 2014

A Jessy Reindorf header gave the U's a point but they will be disappointed not to have secured a win after dominating the game for long periods. Loan striker Billy Medlock made his debut, as a half time substitute for Callum Hart, who had a knee injury. Dale Binns also went off after just seven minutes with a potentially serious knee injury. Hayes led at half time through Louis Rae-Beadle, who scored a minute after Micky Spillane had hit the post with a powerful 30-yard volley.

Full report and photos here.

Latest News   Reserves continue good run
01st November 2014

Sutton's reserves recorded a 7th consecutive victory today, beating Royston 5-1 at Merland Rise. The goals came from Michael Rouse, Emil Salama, Ollie Sitch, Jerson Dos Santos and Josh Uzun. Full report to follow.

Latest News   Reserves at Banstead on Saturday
31st October 2014

With the First Team not playing until Sunday, tomorrow is a good opportunity for supporters to pop up to Banstead Athletic to see James Bracken ' Reserve Team in action as they take on Royston Town in the Suburban League, 3pm kick-off. Season tickets are valid for all Reserve and Youth Team League matches.

Latest News   Sutton United Tax Disc
27th October 2014

With road fund tax discs now a thing of the past, we've come up with a novel way to fill the small circular gap on your car windscreen - the Sutton United tax disc. Click here  to download a choice of two designs - choose your favourite to cut out and display.

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