Bath City (home), Vanarama National League South
Saturday 13th February, KO 3.00
Top Menu

Abbotts Sport Media

Banstead Downs Golf Club

Green Go Waste

Hunters, Carshalton

S&C Slatter

FA Club Mark

FC Trust

Sutton Business Awards 2014

Sutton Business Awards 2014

Our Lane Partners

Sutton Cricket Club

Sutton Churches Tennis Club

Pulse Health & Fitness

Latest News   Maidstone rearrangement
10th February 2016

The Vanarama National League South game at Maidstone has been rearranged for Tuesday 5 April, kick off 7.45pm.

Latest News   Bognor Regis Town 2-1 Sutton United (after extra time) - full report & photos
10th February 2016

Sutton's FA Trophy hopes ended last night when an extra time own goal by Dean Beckwith swung a tight game in Bognor's favour. Beckwith's attempt to clear a cross from the right under pressure from Jason Prior saw him head the ball past Ross Worner. Earlier Prior had given the home side an 18th minute lead before Stuart Fleetwood won and converted a penalty ten minutes later. Dan Wishart hit the post in the second half of normal time, while U's, who were already without the injured Dan Spence, Craig McAllister and Kevin Amankwaah and the ill Tom Bolarinwa, had to play the last ten minutes of extra time a man short after Jamie Collins sustained a hamstring injury with all three substitutes already used. Full report with photos here.

Latest News   Surrey Senior Cup date
08th February 2016

The Surrey Senior Cup tie at Knaphill has been rearranged for Tuesday 23 February, kick off 7.30, replacing the game at Maidstone which was originally scheduled for that evening.

Latest News   Sutton Business Club meeting - the video.
08th February 2016

A video has been produced of the most recent Sutton United Business Club meeting, held at Chipstead Golf Club on Monday 25 January. Click here to view the video, produced by Azaad Media.;  


Latest News   Sutton v Bognor - SUFC TV Highlights
08th February 2016

Click here to see highlights of Saturday's FA Trophy tie against Bognor. 

Latest News   Sutton United 0 Bognor Regis Town 0 - full report, photos and Ian Baird interview
06th February 2016

With leading scorer Dan Fitchett joining striker partner Craig McAllister on the sidelines the U's were forced into a reshuffle upfront. They started well without getting the breakthrough but were largely ineffective playing against the wind in the second half. So, it's all back to Nyewood Lane on Tuesday and perhaps another 4-figure gate after a crowd of 1258 watched today's match.

Full report with photos here, and the views of Ian Baird, courtesy of SUFC TV, here.

Latest News   ....and They're Off !
06th February 2016

The Sutton United Race Night

Saturday 13th February, first race 7.15 pm        £5/person entry

Race Night

To book contact Phil White on 07802 987373

Latest News   3G Stadium Workshop at SUFC
05th February 2016

Further information here.

Latest News   SUFC TV Interviews - Dean Beckwith & Tommy Wright
05th February 2016

SUFC TV's Tom Mitchell, who will be commentating on tomorrow's FA Trophy game, speaks to Dean Beckwith, who looks forward to the visit of Bognor, and Tommy Wright, who is ineligible tomorrow but who is likely to play a key role in Tuesday's Surrey Senior Cup tie at Knaphill. Click here for the interviews.

Latest News   Youths Fixture Update
05th February 2016

Sutton will visit Raynes Park Vale next Thursday evening, 11th February, in the semi-final of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup, with the winners facing either Met Police or Croydon Athletic in the final next month.


Monday's Ryman Youth League Central Division fixture against Carshalton Athletic at Gander Green Lane has therefore been postponed.

Latest News   FA Trophy - match preview
05th February 2016

Elsewhere on this site it might refer to tomorrow's Premier League game between Manchester City and Leicester City as a 'Clash of the Titans', but on current form the same could apply to the FA Trophy game that takes place at Gander Green Lane afterwards. Both Sutton and Bognor go in to the game with 100% records since Christmas, both having won eight games in a row and both establishing themselves in the thick of the race for honours at the end of the season.

Bognor's 3-0 over Leiston on Tuesday saw them remain within four points of Ryman League leaders Dulwich on a night when the top four in the division all won, but the Rocks do have two games in hand on the leaders and second placed East Thurrock United. They also have an excellent record in cup competitions this season against clubs from a higher level, having beaten Lowestoft and Oxford City in the FA Cup, and Bath, Maidstone and Altrincham in the FA Trophy, the Maidstone victory coming on the Kent side's 3G pitch, suggesting that the surface at Gander Green Lane will be to their liking. They lost in the 4th qualifying round of the FA Cup 2-1 at Wealdstone but only after Jason Prior, the Premier Division's top scorer until East Thurrock's Sam Higgins overtook him with a hat-trick at Harrow on Tuesday, had missed two penalties.

Sutton will be without Craig McAllister and Kevin Amankwaah, both injured in last week's win against Chelmsford, but Bedsente Gomis, who missed that game due to illness, is fit to return to the squad. Bognor's Ollie Pearce, who was sent off in the top of the table game against Hampton last week, is eligible as his suspension will not start until next weekend.

If tomorrow's game is a draw the replay will be at Bognor on Tuesday.

A reminder that all access to the bars tomorrow is through the Times Square Lounge and there will be no access through the door at the rear of the stand.

Latest News   Player Aid Seminar - Next Wednesday
04th February 2016

PlayerAid is a free new platform that enables coaches and sports professionals to achieve three key things.    

1. To use their knowledge of the game to create a new stream of income for themselves.    

2. Train their teams and clubs more effectively, enabling them to perform better on the pitch.   

3. Increase their credibility in the game by clearly demonstrating their knowledge and communication ability. This in turn leads to further opportunities such as new private clients and players joining their clubs just to work with them.    

If you’re intrigued, come to the event at Sutton United FC on the 10th February to hear more about the platform and how PlayerAid can help you continue to build your career in Football.    

Check the website, for more information 

Latest News   Youths Slump To Defeat
04th February 2016

A below par Sutton Youth team suffered their first Ryman Youth League defeat of the season tonight at the hands of Metropolitan Police at Imber Court. The home side raced into a 3-goal defeat before Aidan Brown pulled one back shortly before the interval, but the only goal of the second half went the way of the home side as they cruised to a deserved 4-1 victory. Match report here.


Sutton's next match is due to be on Monday evening at home against Carshalton Athletic.

Latest News   The Famous Sutton United Gentlemen's Evening - with Liam Brady
04th February 2016

Friday 8th April, 2016

With Special Guest Speaker Liam Brady, supported by former Arsenal teammate Terry Mancini and hosted by leading compere Barry Williams.

Tickets cost £50 each (or £450 for a table of ten, if booked by 29th February)

See poster for more details and how to book.  (or download poster here)


Latest News   Car-Park Manager Wanted
31st January 2016

With the popularity and success of our great new 3G surface and attendances on an upward curve for first team matches, we are looking for a manager to take control of car-parking on match days.  This would be a paid role and, initially, would only be required on Saturdays when our first team plays at home. The basic hours would be 09.00 to 15.00. 

The successful candidate must be a friendly communicator but assertive. You should be able to work on your own initiative and be flexible, with the ability to supervise volunteers. 

If this is of interest to you, please e-mail with a brief cv.

Latest News   Chelmsford City 0 Sutton United 2 - full report, reaction & photos
30th January 2016

Two goals from Dan Fitchett saw the U's return largely untroubled from Essex and three more points secured. Although Ross Worner in the Sutton goal had to make one good early save he was rarely called into actions thereafter and Paul Doswell's biggest worries will be injuries to Craig McAllister and Kevin Amankwaah, especially after the big centre forward's afternoon lasted barely ten minutes. Nicky Bailey enjoyed a commanding return to Sutton's midfield, forming an instant partnership alongside Craig Eastmond. 

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

Latest News   Two More Extend Their Stays
29th January 2016

Kevin Amankwaah and Bedsente Gomis are the latest players to commit themselves to the club for next season.

Paul Doswell was delighted to secure both players for next season. "Kevin has been consistently good this season and has shown in the last two months his quality in defending and also putting in some great crosses from wide. His understanding with Tom Bolarinwa in particular has been a real feature of our play recently and since Kevin has come back from his calf injury, and Tom has settled, we have seen a real chemistry down that side. Kevin is another example of how working hard and being a really good team member has benefitted the club this season."

Bedsi Gomis is another to agree an extension for next season. "We were disappointed to lose Bedsi at the end of last season but understood his reasons for wanting to return to France. He now has his family over here and having his wife and young child with him has meant he's very settled now and is delighted to sign for another year. He really feels that the club can keep progressing and wants to be a part of that. Unfortunately he's been very ill this week with a sickness bug and won't be fit this weekend, but signing the new deal has been a good end to the week for him."

"I think what this shows with these two latest players to commit is a real desire to keep this team together and I'm delighted that Kevin and Bedsi feel the same. This is the best squad in my time at Sutton and I emphasise the word Squad. They work so hard together and their desire and enthusiasm have shone through and even those on the bench or injured have shown great support to the team cause. That's unusual in football but team spirit is vital and we have that in abundance!"

Latest News   Youths Extend Lead at Top
25th January 2016

Sutton's Youth Team extended their lead at the top of the Ryman Youth League Central Division to five points after a hard-fought 4-2 win over Chertsey Town at Gander Green Lane. Reyon Dillon scored a first half brace and Darnel Austin and Callum Phillip doubled the lead before a late fight-back from the visitors. Match report here.


Next up for the Youths is a visit to Imber Court as they take on Met Police next Thursday 4th February.


Meanwhile Sutton will visit either Raynes Park Vale or Badshot Lea in the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup Semi-Final, the winners of which will play either AFC Croydon Athletic or Met Police in the Final.

Latest News   The Twelfth Man
25th January 2016

Paul Doswell was delighted with the noise and atmosphere at GGL on Saturday.  " Without doubt it was one of the best atmospheres at a game since I've been at the club,and our home support has really stepped up in the last few weeks. The players have all commented on what a huge difference it makes and the main stand and those behind the goal have been brilliant.

Our mantra of "all in it together" is gaining momentum and the supporters are a huge part of us doing well. To see the bar packed for the Strikers Are Key draw, and the excitement when Dunds pulled out the winning ball, was fantastic and I would like to thank all those who give so generously to this supporter-led initiative. The SAK has enabled me to add at least one top player to the squad each season and that is vitally important for our success. 

Let's now keep this match day experience as the norm and make opposing teams feel like Gander Green Lane is a difficult place to come!! 

On another subject, it was so satisfying to see our community team playing and winning before our game and on the other half of the pitch seeing our under 12's playing Dartford under 12's, and the extra number of people that brings. We are all so pleased with how the 3G pitch is enabling the club to grow and prosper and we're delighted with the positive effect it's having amongst the local community. 

Hopefully we will have a big travelling support at Chelmsford,and keep the run going.

See you all there. Dos

Latest News   Won't You Come Home, Nick Bailey ?
25th January 2016

Sutton United are delighted to announce the signing of Nicky Bailey on a deal to the end of the season.

Paul Doswell was delighted to add Nicky to the squad. "He is a quality player and also gives us another commanding voice in the dressing room. He has trained with us for the last two weeks and has shown a real desire to be part of the squad, he looks fit and now needs competitive games. We sat down after training on Thursday and agreed terms very quickly as he appreciated the club has a strict budget and he hasn't signed for the money!! We just talked football for an hour and Nicky feels he's coming back full circle to a club he's extremely fond of, and is raring to get going. It's so refreshing to see a player who has played at such a good level just want to play football again and as I pointed out to him it's a win win, because if Nicky plays well and stays match fit for a period he will surely have good league clubs vying for his services next season."

Latest News   February Fixture Poster - for download
25th January 2016

Feb 2016 poster

To download February's fixture poster (next 4 home games) click here.

Latest News   Sutton v Dartford Highlights
24th January 2016

Match highlights from yesterday's 2-0 win, from SUFCtv.  Click here

Latest News   FA Trophy, The U's v Bognor Regis Town
24th January 2016

Fans of the U's and Bognor Regis Town are all looking forward to our FA Trophy tie on 6th February down The Lane, for the chance to get through to the last eight.  It should be a great day. Let's get as many people there to enjoy it as we can.  Please feel free to print off the poster and put it on display.

Click here to download the match poster.


Latest News   Banstead Downs Golf Club - Special Introductory Offer
24th January 2016

Our home shirt sponsors this season, Banstead Downs Golf Club, have put together a superb offer for SUFC fans to further cement our sporting community partnership. BDGC

Banstead Downs, an absolutely terrific local golf club, is giving U's fans the opportunity to sample the golf club and play on the course on a special SUFC "Open Day" on Thursday 18th February, during which there will be golf taster sessions, a junior clinic  and bar and food discounts in the clubhouse. Additionally, if people like what they see, BDGC is offering us special membership categories, including an "Academy" starter section including lessons, as well as very advantageous rates for under 35s and social membership. This Open Day on 18th Feb is free of charge for SUFC fans; interested people should just phone the golf club on 0208 642 2284 ( option 2) quoting SUFC to register their interest by Fri 12th Feb.

The club enjoyed a wonderfully enjoyable Sutton United Golf Day at Banstead Downs a couple of years ago, and this is an offer which any SUFC golf enthusiasts will not want to pass up."

Latest News   U's sign up to Armed Forces Covenant
24th January 2016

The Armed Forces and the National League came together last Thursday in a groundbreaking event which saw six of the league’s clubs, including Sutton United, sign up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant. 

All 68 of the National League’s clubs have agreed in principle to sign the covenant and, in addition to Sutton, Solihull Moors, Worcester City, Kidderminster Harriers, Dover Athletic, and Havant & Waterlooville signed on the dotted line in front of VIPs and dignitaries from the Army and the National League. 

The signing, which took place at Telford United Football Club after an Extraordinary General Meeting of the National League, saw representatives of all the league’s clubs meet up with soldiers from paired local Army units. 

Major General Richard Stanford MBE, General Officer Commanding (GOC) Regional Command, said the move highlighted the similarities between the football, sport and military communities and was an opportunity to develop closer links between them. 

He said: “It’s all about society, football, and the Armed Forces coming together to support each other. Football changes people’s lives and gives opportunities to people of all ages; we’re in the same business – in the people business – and we believe in maximising talent and sport offers opportunities for people across the spectrum. ’m very glad to say that sport in the Armed Forces is now recognised as a core activity – it’s really important that sport is part of our values and standards. It generates and maintains cohesion and it generates teamwork. Football is the national game and it’s also the soldiers’ game – and this is an ideal way to link the Armed Forces to football, to link into communities, to prevent us from being seen as separate. The Armed Forces Covenant is not about special treatment – it’s about recognising the unique nature of service life and providing a level playing field and together in this we can make a real difference and I look forward to developing closer links between the clubs and you all. 

Mr Brian Barwick, Chairman of the National League, said the new links would allow the clubs and the military to develop projects together which would be mutually beneficial.He added: “It’s a no brainer to get involved in this. I’m delighted our clubs are signing this too for the Vanarama National League. We should commit ourselves to helping the Armed Forces and I think the Armed Forces can be beneficial for us, inspiring people - and our own people can inspire them too – it will be a great partnership. I think it’s important to convert words into action, it generates opportunities and good will for this project. Football is the people’s sport followed by millions, it’s absolutely appropriate that we get involved in something like this. 

Lieutenant Colonel Guy Benson, Project Officer for the initiative from the Army’s Regional Command, said that although only six clubs had signed the covenant at the event, that this was a “symbolic” signing - and that it was hoped all the league’s other clubs would also soon sign up to the project.

The photo below shows club secretary Ray Ward, on the left end of the front row, signing the covenant. Behind him is Captain Derek Gregory MBE from 151 Regiment Royal Logistics Corps, based in Croydon, the local army unit with which we are paired.



Latest News   Strikers Are Key number 13
23rd January 2016

It was a special day at Gander Green Lane as the team marked Craig Dundas' landmark 400th appearance for the club with an excellent 2-0 win against an in-form Dartford side in front of a healthy four-figure crowd as local support for the team continues to increase with every passing victory.

Sadly the Strikers are Key safe didn't join in the day's carnival atmosphere, remaining obdurate once again despite Craig Dundas stepping forward to choose the ball from the purple velvet bag! Ball 29 emerged, owned by the syndicate, "Merseyside Branch", comprising Neil Allen and Graeme Carter who picked up the £50 consolation prize having sadly selected the wrong key.

It all means that an absolute minimum of £3,200 will be up for grabs in the fourteenth draw of the season after the match v Bath City on 13th Feb.

Thanks to the ever-popular Craig Dundas for conducting the draw today and heartiest congratulations to him from everybody involved with Strikers are Key - he joins an extremely select list of Sutton United players who have worn the amber shirt of our special club on 400+ occasions and always with commitment, passion and pride. No wonder he is such a fans' favourite!

Onwards and upwards we go as this terrific season continues to inexorably gather momentum.



Latest News   Sutton United 2 Dartford 0 - full report, photos and Paul Doswell interview
23rd January 2016

Goals from Dan Fitchett and Craig McAllister gave the U's three well-deserved points in this battle of the in-form teams at the top of the table, the win taking Sutton to within 9 points of leaders Ebbsfleet but with a game in hand.

With a four-figure crowd and pre-match celebrations to mark the 400th appearance of Craig Dundas in home colours, this was an afternoon to remember for the Sutton fans.

Full report with photos here. Paul Doswell's post match comments on SUFCtv here.

Team: Worner, Amankwaah, Wishart, Beckwith (Downer), Eastmond, Collins, Bolarinwa, McAllister, Dundas, Fitchett(Gomis), Stearn(Fleetwood)

Latest News   The Mayor's Charity
22nd January 2016

This Monday, 25th January (73.0pm), the Lal Akash restaurant in Cheam Village will be staging a charity curry evening in aid of the Mayor of Sutton's charities for the year, The Change Foundation and St Raphael's Hospice.

To book, email   Tickets cost £20 each 

Latest News   Your Name On The U's Shirts For Next Season
22nd January 2016

We are pleased to launch our 2016 sponsorship scheme, a chance for local businesses to promote themselves as the main sponsor of the Borough's leading club for next season.

Our new sponsorshop opportunity is limited to 35 companies who, for £1,000 each, will each have an equal chance to have their name on our First Team shirts for the 2016/17 season.

But it doesn't stop there! There will be five other chances to promote your company on official company team wear plus other great rewards. And every company that takes part will be able to choose a home game to attend with 8 directors' box tickets and a 3-course meal plus 4 season tickets and advertising in our programme and on our website. It's a great deal!

Manager Paul Doswell is asking all fans to let their employers know about the new scheme. "This scheme gives all  companies, big and small alike, the chance to be our sponsors next season and with so many rewards available it's magnificent value."

For more details see below:-

SUFC2016 sponsors

Latest News   Youths Run Riot On Way Back To Top Spot
18th January 2016

Sutton's Under-18s returned to the top of the Ryman Youth League Central Division as they fired 9 goals past third-placed Leatherhead. Goalless after 27 minutes, the game sprang to life when Callum Phillip slotted home and Sutton flew into a 5-goal lead at half time thanks to two goals from Aidan Brown and further efforts from Reyon Dillon and Jack Strange. Dillon and Phillip both grabbed a brace in the second half and Brown claimed his hat-trick before debutant Darnell Austin rounded off the scoring in the closing stages. Match report here.


Next up for the Youths is Chertsey Town next Monday 25th January, 7.45pm kick-off at Gander Green Lane.

Latest News   Sutton United 1 Curzon Ashton 0 - full coverage and highlights
16th January 2016

A first half goal by Jamie Collins was enough to propel the U's into the last 16 of the FA Trophy in game that never flowed but had a real old-fashioned cup tie feel to it.

Full report with photos here and highlights from SUFC TV along with Paul Doswell's post match verdict here.

Latest News   Youths March Into County Semi-Finals
15th January 2016

Sutton's Youth Team cruised into the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup Semi-Final with a convincing 4-1 win over Corinthian Casuals tonight at Gander Green Lane. Dylan Burke-Hamilton's penalty gave the home side a half-time lead and Callum Phillip, Burke-Hamilton and Dinos Kalognomas added to the scoreline before the visitors scored a late consolation. Match report here.


Sutton are next in action on Monday evening as they host Leatherhead in the Ryman Youth League, 7.45pm kick-off.

Latest News   FA Trophy preview and squad update
14th January 2016

Sutton will be aiming to qualify for the last sixteen of the FA Trophy for only the second time under Paul Doswell's management this weekend when Curzon Ashton visit Gander Green Lane for the first ever meeting between the sides. Based in Ashton-under-Lyne, east of Manchester, the Nash, as they are nicknamed, have enjoyed a fine first season in the National League North after winning promotion at the first attempt through the Northern Premier League play-offs, and currently lie 11th, but they have reached this stage of the Trophy with victories over two sides above them in the table, away to Harrogate and at home to Nuneaton.

Manager Paul Doswell,who has a full squad to choose from with Simon Downer back from suspension and Dan Spence completing 90 minutes at Corinthian Casuals on Wednesday, is looking forward to the game. ''Bairdy, Micky Stephens and I went to Cheltenham on Tuesday after training and had an interesting evening watching Curzon Ashton play Gloucester City. It's going to be a really good cup tie on Saturday and hopefully with your help roaring us on we can progress to the last 16.'' Supporters are reminded of the slightly amended entry arrangements on Saturday, detailed here, and that any replay would be on Monday at the Tameside Stadium.

Following a conversation with Hampton manager Alan Dowson, Paul has agreed to cancel Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick's contract, and allow him to move permanently. "Shaq is at a very important stage of his development and needs to be playing regularly to progress. With two year contracts signed by Ross Stearn,Tom Bolarinwa and Stuart Fleetwood, the emergence of Tommy Wright, and Dan Wishart also being able to play in the wide positions, I felt that his opportunities with us would be limited. In his time with us he has shown glimpses of real ability, and I hope Shaq can progress and play at the best level he can. We've not shut the door on a possible return in the future,but for now we wish him all the best at Hampton.''Louis John, who played against Crystal Palace on Tuesday, continues his loan with Hemel Hempstead, but we now have a twenty four hour recall on him should we suffer an injury to Jamie Collins, Dean Beckwith or Simon Downer.We will also be recalling him by the end of March regardless,for the season's run in. Paul said''Louis is highly rated at Sutton,and we are discussing a new contract for next season. He has played four games for Hemel Hempstead and Dean Brennan has been very pleased with him in that time.''Nicky Bailey is training with us and also featured against Crystal Palace, but no talks have taken place regarding him re-signing for the club. "He's looked good in training, and his enthusiasm and professionalism shine through. He's a leader, and would add another voice alongside Jamie Collins, and with only three months of the season left would certainly add competition to a relatively small squad. However I have to look at the current dynamic of a very tight knit squad,who for the last three months have improved and gelled as a unit. On the other hand we don't want to be in the position we were two years ago, when injuries decimated us for the play- offs, and we were unable to strengthen from the end of March onwards. His contract with Barnet does not officially end for another ten days or so, so I will see how the next two weeks go.''

Paul also commented on Wednesday's win at Corinthian-Casuals. ''I was delighted to see us progress into the quarter finals of the Surrey Senior Cup, and it was particularly pleasing to see how five of our Under 18s made such a significant contribution on the night. Sam Doswell and Scott Munro did very well, and the senior players also showed a great appetite for the game.'' 

Latest News   Corinthian-Casuals 1 Sutton United 3 - full report & photos
13th January 2016

Fielding a largely young and experimental side the U's advanced to the next round of the Surrey Senior Cup with a promising display from their young debutants.

Tommy Wright, Reyon Dillon and Aidan Brown netted the goals.  Full report with photos, here.

Latest News   Academy 2016-17: More trial dates announced
12th January 2016

More trials have been announced for players hoping to join our Academy for the 2016-17 season. All to be held at Gander Green Lane, they will be on Monday 1 February from 6pm to 8pm, and on Monday 15 February and Thursday 18 February, both from 4pm to 6pm. For further details click here

Latest News   Strikers Are Key number 12
10th January 2016

The twelfth Strikers Are Key draw of the season went the way of all but one of its 2015/16 predecessors after yesterday's fine win against St Albans City, the safe bulging with £2,700 following Dan Fitchett's hat-trick.

Ball number 2, owned by "The Midfielders", was the twelfth different number of the season to emerge from the purple velvet bag - Bedsi Gomis picked up the gauntlet on behalf of his team-mates but the safe-opening key eluded him, earning the syndicate the £50 consolation prize. Onwards we go to 23rd Jan and the visit of Dartford when a minimum of £2,900 will be up for grabs!

Whose turn will it be next to take on the stubborn old safe? Be there to find out!

Latest News   Thriving In The Rain
10th January 2016

Club Chairman Bruce Elliott was looking on the sunny side yesterday despite the stormy weather. 

"I think this week we have seen the benefits of some big decisions we made in the summer starting to bear fruit.  Our new pitch was a major step to take but given the amounts of rain we have seen recently I doubt that Monday's game against Lowestoft would have gone ahead on our old grass surface and the St Albans match would also have had a big question mark hanging over it; it certainly would not have gone ahead if the Trophy tie had been played.  We have also seen AFC Wimbledon use the pitch in order to get some training sessions in and Corinthian Casuals will also be training here in order to guarantee some pitch-time."   

"The discounted season ticket scheme was also a gamble but to see over 900 spectators in the ground for the St Albans game was very encouraging.  People know that game will be going ahead on the 3G and the team is playing good football, I don't think we have seen a bad game here this season and we are now top scorers in the league. Hopefully the team can keep their form going and gates will keep rising as the run-in gathers pace."

Latest News   Sutton United 5 St Albans City 0 - report, photos and reaction
09th January 2016

A great crowd of 916 braved a wet afternoon to watch the U's record their biggest win of the season. The game was over as contest by half-time, having seen two goals from Dan Fitchett sandwich a volley from Ross Stearn.

Fitchett completed his hat-trick soon after the interval and Tommy Wright grabbed his first Sutton goal after Stuart Fleetwood had seen a smart finish ruled out for offside.

Full report with photos here, and Paul Doswell's interview with SUFC TV here.

Latest News   Youth Match Rearrangement
09th January 2016

In order to give Wednesday's first team match every chance of being played at King Georges Field, Monday's Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup match between Corinthian Casuals and Sutton United has been postponed and will now be played at Gander Green Lane on Friday 15th January, 8pm kick-off.

Latest News   Boss Named Manager Of The Month
07th January 2016

Paul Doswell has been named as Manager of the Month for December for the Vanarama National League South. With his team top of the form table and with no home defeat in 2 months it is a well-deserved reward for Paul, who insists that the recognition is also a reward for the players and his coaching team.

"We have been in a good run of form, but the prizes aren't handed out at Christmas and we need to continue to do well for the next four months and, hopefully, we will have a season to look back on with pride."

The player of the month in the National League South was Dartford's Elliot Bradbrook, while the other two manager awards went to Dino Maamria (Southport) and Ady Gallagher (Lowestoft), and the player awards to Jack Munns (Cheltenham) and Liam King (North Ferriby United).

The U's will next be in action this Saturday (3.00pm, Gander Green Lane) when they entertain St Albans City in Vanarama South.

Latest News   Fixture news update update
05th January 2016

The FA Trophy tie at home to Curzon Ashton has been confirmed for Saturday 16 January, kick off 3pm. Any replay would be on Monday 18 January.

Next week's Surrey Senior Cup tie at Corinthian Casuals has been moved back 24 hours and will now be played on Wednesday (January 13), kick off 7.45.

Meanwhile the Vanarama National League South game at Basingstoke, postponed on Saturday, has been rearranged for Tuesday 16 February, kick off 7.45.

Finally, the game at Maidstone will now be played on Tuesday 23 February, kick off 7.45

Latest News   Sutton United 3 Lowestoft Town 1 - report, photos and reaction
04th January 2016

The second hat-trick of Craig Dundas's senior career, and his first in Sutton colours, was enough to see the U's safely into Round Two of the FA Trophy.  Dundas opened the scoring midway through the first half after the visiting keeper could only parry a swerving drive from Ross Stearn and when the visitors equalised later in the half through Dundas's former Sutton team-mate Bradley Woods-Garness it took less than a minute for the cult striker to restore Sutton's advantage.  His hat-trick came after the break when Tom Bolarinwa chested Dan Wishart's superb cross-field ball into his path.

Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's interview with SUFC TV here.

The U's will now be at home to Curzon Ashton in the next round.

Latest News   Wealdstone rearrangement
31st December 2015

The Vanarama National League South game at Wealdstone, which was postponed on Monday, has been rearranged for Monday 8 February, kick off 7.45pm

Latest News   Strikers Are Key Boxing Day Bonanza
26th December 2015

The bumper Boxing Day triple Strikers Are Key draw duly took place after today's 2-0 win against Basingstoke Town. The results were as follows:-

"A day with the team for two people" - a great insight into Matchday preparation - won by ball 26 owned by Gareth Miller.

A grandstand season ticket for season 2016/17 - won by ball 14 owned by the syndicate "One and Four" comprising John Lowe, Mike Harding, Norman Summerfield and Barbara Tickle.

The main draw with £2,350 in the safe. Ball 44 was pulled out of the purple velvet bag owned by the syndicate "Last of the Summer Whine", comprising Mark Frake, Mark Kidd, Bob Budd and Chris Vagg, the last named of whom stepped forward to try his luck with the keys. Alas; the safe remained steadfastly stubborn and the syndicate collected only the £50 consolation prize. This all means that a minimum of £2,550 will be up for grabs in the 12th draw of the season after the match v St Albans City on 9 Jan.

Up the U's!

Latest News   Sutton United 2 Basingstoke Town 0 - full coverage
26th December 2015

The U's went up to second in the National League South table as a good Boxing Day crowd of 932 was warmed up by two clean second-half strikes from Craig Dundas and Tom Bolarinwa. The visitors remain stranded at the foot of the table and although they hit the frame of the goal in the first half that was just about the only time Ross Worner's goal was threatened and the U's thought they should have had a goal themselves when the ball was scooped out from under the bar.

Dundas settled the nerves with a close-range volley and them Bolarinwa crashed home from all of twenty yards to send the majority of the festive crowd home happy.

Full report, with photos, here and SUFC TV'S highlights and Paul Doswell's verdict here.  

Latest News   U's Win Community Award
24th December 2015

We are delighted to have been named as the first recipients of a new award presented by the Game Of The People website,  – The Community Chest Award – which recognises the connection between a club and its fans.

The Community Chest Award 1- Sutton United 2- Clapton 3- Borussia Dortmund

"Sutton United acted bravely in bringing down season ticket prices in a bid to attract new fans to Gander Green Lane. The princely sum of £99 for a season ticket – tremendous value. A gamble, but it has highlighted Sutton as a club with the community in mind. More non-league clubs should follow suit as pricing below the Football League is unrealistic. Genuine foresight that deserves to be rewarded. Everyone talks of being a 'community club', but few put their money where their mouth is. Hats off also to Clapton for their rebirth and also to the 'yellow wall' at Dortmund."

Latest News   Half-Price Season Tickets
23rd December 2015

Thank you to all those people who purchased half season tickets over the last couple of weeks, whether on our stall in the High Street, on the Internet or at last night's game or last Saturday. The number is growing and growing. You will be relieved to learn IT IS STILL NOT TOO LATE! Half season tickets will be available at the GGL entrance this Saturday, Boxing Day. Buy one and your our entrance to the match v Basingstoke will be refunded from the already super low prices. £49 adults / £39 concessions / £10 teens / £5 kids, covering 11 home League matches. Come and join the party! Up the U's and Merry Christmas!


Latest News   Sutton United 2 Concord Rangers 0 - full report & photos
21st December 2015

The U's took full advantage of their FA Trophy reprieve to earn a home tie against Lowestoft Town in the first week of January. Although Concord tested Ross Worner with three sharp efforts in the first half hour the U's wre on the front foot throughout and took a deserved lead when Dan Fitchett forced the ball over the line after a combination of bar and keeper had kept out a Craig Dundas piledriver. Ross Stearn added a second after the break with a magnificent free-kick and despite the referee changing his mind after awarding the U's penalty the result was never in doubt. Full report with photos, here.

Latest News   Youths Go Top With Win Over Neighbours
21st December 2015

Sutton's Youth Team leapfrogged Carshalton tonight after a 5-3 victory at Colston Avenue. Dylan Burke-Hamilton gave Sutton am early lead from the penalty spot and an Aidan Brown brace and Reyon Dillon looked to have settled the points before the interval. The home side pulled a goal back early in the second half but Dillon added his second, before slack defending allowed two further goal for the home side to lead to a needlessly frantic finale. Match report here.

Latest News   Strikers Are Key number 10
20th December 2015

The tenth Strikers are Key draw of the season took place after today's entertaining 2-2 draw with Maidenhead United. Ball number 50 emerged from the purple velvet bag (a debut appearance for the "top of the shop"), the ball owned by the syndicate " Kiddo and Starnsey", SUFC stalwarts Mark Kidd and Graham Starns.

Sadly for them, the safe continued the obdurate defence of its ever-growing contents; the key selected by the pair unable to succeeed in the mission to relieve it of its bounty. Once again, the £50 prize was merely a consolation as the fund increases to a minimum of £2,350 ahead of the Boxing Day triple draw next Saturday. In addition to the regular draw, there will also be the opportunity to win a much coveted "day with the team" and a grandstand season ticket for the 2016/17 season.

Onwards and upwards!

Merry Christmas!

Latest News   Jimmy Hill
20th December 2015

It was with great sadness yesterday that the club learned of the passing of Jimmy Hill, the multi-faceted footballer, administrator and broadcaster.

In 1955 the U's were a solid Athenian League club but a policy of employing professional coaches with professional playing experience would, over the next decade, help transform them into one of the strongest amateur teams in the country. The first of these was Jimmy Hill, then still a player with Fulham, who joined as first team coach under manager Frank Butterworth and brought many innovative ideas to midweek training evenings.  

Jimmy's stay was inevitably brief, he was already earmarked for bigger things including chairmanship of the PFA and, subsequently, the manager's post at Coventry City, but he helped set the club on its new direction.

He will be greatly missed by all in the world of football.

Latest News   Sutton United 2 Maidenhead United 2 - full coverage including highlights
19th December 2015

After dominating the first half and leading thanks to Tom Bolarinwa's goal, Sutton ended up having to come from behind to rescue a point at Gander Green Lane today. Two goals in three minutes from James Mulley and Dave Tarpey gave Maidenhead the lead, but substitute Craig McAllister earned U's a draw with a penalty after Ross Stearn's cross had been handled. Dan Fitchett headed a chance over the bar near the end, while both Dan Wishart and Stearn hit the woodwork during the game. Full report, with photos, here and highlights, along Paul Doswell's view here.

Latest News   National League extends deal with Vanarama
18th December 2015

The National League is extremely pleased to announce their title sponsors Vanarama have agreed to extend their current partnership timeline to the end of the 2016/17 season. (31 May 2017)

The news was announced at a function at The House of Lords by Chairman Brian Barwick to the assembled guests, which included representatives of other football bodies, alongside additional sponsors and partners of The National League. 

Founder and MD of Vanarama, Andy Alderson commented "We're really delighted and proud to continue as title sponsors of The National League for a third season. The sponsorship has played a huge part in the growth of our brand. It's delivered everything that I hoped for when we first entered into the deal but because of the support we have had from the League and it's member clubs, the results have far exceeded our expectations". 

In response Brian Barwick said "This partnership has been tremendous since day one, with a number of individuals, our clubs and the staff of Vanarama, working together to make it happen on a daily basis. Partnerships also need to maintain good working relations, whilst sharing and understanding each other's vision. We too are proud to play our part in the brand growth of Vanarama, knowing the very competitive field in which they operate their business. May I on behalf of all our member clubs and staff welcome this early confirmation which will enable the League to move forward with confidence, which can only reflect well and benefit both Vanarama and The National League"

Latest News   Academy fixture news
15th December 2015

Tomorrow's scheduled Academy game against Boreham Wood has been postponed because of Boreham Wood's involvement in the League Cup this week.

Latest News   Youths Maintain Winning Streak
14th December 2015

Sutton's Youth Team fired in six unanswered goals tonight as they kept up their 100% record in the Ryman Youth League Central Division against Dorking Wanderers. Jack Strange, Callum Phillip and Tom Mallett gave Sutton a three goal cushion at half-time whilst Aidan Brown, Reyon Dillon and an own-goal in the second half saw the home side run out as comfortable winners. Match report here.


Next up for Sutton is a top of the table clash at Carshalton Athletic, 7.45pm kick-off on Monday.

Latest News   FA Trophy
14th December 2015

There is a lot of football to be played before then, but in the second ound of the FA Trophy on Saturday January 16 whoever progresses from the Sutton/Concord/Lowestoft situation will be at home to either Curzon Ashton or Nuneaton Town, who play for the first time tonight at Curzon Ashton's Ashton-under-Lyne ground after Saturday's game was postponed. Both clubs are in Vanarama National League North, Nuneaton a point clear at the top and Curzon Ashton in 9th place.

Latest News   Sutton United Academy - Now See The Video
13th December 2015

Follow this link to watch the brand new SUFC Academy video.

Latest News   Half-Price Season Ticket Offer
13th December 2015

THE perfect Christmas gift!

Valid from Boxing Day for ELEVEN home League matches. Cheer the U's on as we bid for promotion.£49 adults; £39 concessions; £10 teens; £5 kids - YES for ELEVEN matches!

Simply AMAZING value.

Available on line at or call the club on 0208 644 4440OR buy from the season ticket table inside the GGL turnstiles next Saturday 19th December before the match v Maidenhead United.


Latest News   Hayes & Yeading United 1 Sutton United 3 - full report & photos
12th December 2015

Sutton moved in to the top four of the Vanarama National League South with a 3-1 win against Hayes & Yeading at York Road. Dan Fitchett scored twice in the first 22 minutes to put U's in charge, but Hayes soon reduced the arrears through Devante McKain, and Sutton had to survive a couple of scares before Jamie Collins smashed home the decisive third goal after Dan Wishart's free kick had been parried by the goalkeeper. Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's post match interview with SUFC TV here

Congratulations also to our tenants Sutton Common Rovers, who came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Eastbourne Town and reach the last 32 of the FA Vase.

Latest News   Two Sign New Deals
11th December 2015

We are delighted to announce that Craig Eastmond and Tom Bolarinwa have agreed contract extensions till May 2017. 

Paul Doswell was delighted to see both players sign extended deals. "Craig Eastmond has made a huge difference since his arrival and you can see he's really enjoying his football again. In a short period of time he has fitted into the club really well and feels he can progress with Sutton United. Special praise is also due to Jamie Lawrence, who recommended Craig to me and has spent months with him getting Craig physically and mentally ready to play National League South football. It's never easy when you leave a club such as Arsenal and I've seen many young players not be able to cope with the disappointment of being released, but with Jamie's guidance Craig can achieve his football ambitions."

"Tom has also shown in the last two months a desire and ambition to progress and his new deal reflects this. He is another hugely popular player in the dressing room and sees Sutton United as a club who can help him push on with his career." 

"I believe Craig, Tom and Dan Wishart with continued hard work and desire all have the ability to play League football and it would be fantastic if they can achieve this whilst with us."

Latest News   Community Team Christmas Disco
09th December 2015

The Sutton United Community Team Christmas disco took place on Tuesday 8th December and again went down very well with the players, family and friends from our successful Community team, who are doing very well in their debut season in the Surrey FA Football For All league and are currently lying in a impressive 2nd place in the Championship. 

The Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw took time to pop in and meet up with all the disco dancers. Nearly 50 people attended and all had a great time, most asking when is the next Sutton United Community Disco ?

Disco with wayne discopix

Latest News   The National League/Poppy Appeal - Captain's Armband
08th December 2015

The National League combined forces with The Royal British Legion throughout November to raise the awareness of their annual Poppy Appeal and to encourage all 68 member clubs to contribute financially to the sterling work done to support members of our armed forces who need care in our communities at this time. 

The Royal British Legion came together to oversee collections and as part of this unique partnership, a specially produced 'captain's armband' was worn by each respective club captain at all matches played in The National League on Saturday 14th November, after which each armband was auctioned off. 

The culmination of the partnership has now taken place and at a special ceremony in Birmingham on Friday 4th December, The National League handed over a cheque to representatives of the Royal British Legion totalling £17,775.45. Recently appointed Chief Executive of the National League Michael Tattersall is pictured presenting the cheque to the RBL. 

Sutton United's contribution, which came from the captain's armband auction and the ground collection at the game against Hayes & Yeading the previous week, was £341.96. 

Brian Barwick, Chairman of The National League stated,"When we set out on this unique enterprise of partnership with the Royal British Legion, I commented upon the strong ties we have nationwide between our clubs and their respective communities. Each community is steeped in history, not only of their local football club but the many sacrifices which individual members of those communities have made over the decades spent in defending our civil liberties and every day way of life. We are more than pleased we can join with many like minded people who recognise that service personnel undertake roles which many of us would not relish. Our grateful thanks in this tangible manner is just one small part of the overall debt of gratitude which we all owe. We hope the funds we have been able to raise on this special occasion reflect our recognition of their difficult task, often with difficult outcomes to face in the years ahead”. 

Responding, Claire Rowcliffe, Head of Regional Fundraising with The Royal British Legion stated. “The Legion’s role remains as contemporary and as vital as it has ever been supporting today’s generation of Armed Forces families and veterans, whether living with an injury or illness, coping with bereavement or finding employment. The money raised through the Poppy Appeal goes directly to The Royal British Legion’s work providing through life support to anyone who is currently serving in the British Armed Forces, who has previously served, and their families and we are very grateful to those involved in fundraising efforts to help us continue delivering our services.”

Latest News   Academy fixture news and trials for next season
08th December 2015

After a blank week last week when their game away to Luton Town Cedars was called off due to a waterlogged pitch, our academy side will be playing two games this week. On Wednesday they are away to Staines Town, kick off 2pm at the LSE Sportsground in Windsor Avenue, New Malden, KT3 5HB. Then on Friday they will be away to Wealdstone, a game that was postopned earlier in the season, and that is a 1pm kick off at the Barnet FC training ground at The Hive, which is in Camrose Avenue, Edgware, post code HA8 6AG.

The first trial for next season has also been arranged, and this will be on Monday 21 December at Gander Green Lane, from 4pm to 6pm. For further details click here.

Latest News   Pulse Health and Leisure
06th December 2015

We have set up a new partnership with Pulse Health and Fitness, whose new state-of-the-art facility offers an exciting range of health, fitness,  swimming and sports activities.    

Join today - there's never been  a better time to start your  healthier lifestyle!

•  18m swimming pool with luxury steam room and sauna and quality changing facilities 

•  Air-conditioned 80 station gym with the latest Pulse cardio and strength equipment 

•  Full size sports hall with four badminton courts, basketball, football, netball etc. •  Quality changing facilities for families and individuals  

•  Disability access throughout

any sales queries to

Latest News   Concord Rangers 0 Sutton United 3 - full report, photos and reaction
05th December 2015

In conditions that were very similar to last week's FA Trophy tie, the U's turned that result around with a dominating performance that was well-reflected in the final score.  Craig Dundas opened the scoring with an inspirational solo effort before a brace from sub Tom Bolarinwa.

Full report, with photos, here and Paul Doswell's verdict here

Latest News   Youths Run Riot with Second Half Goal Spree
04th December 2015

A goalless first half was quickly forgotten as a sensational second half performance saw Sutton score six goals to Leatherhead's one as the Youths kept up their 100% record in the Ryman Youth League Central Division. Aidan Brown fired in a hat-trick, his final goal being his 50th for Sutton's Youth Team after only 41 games, after Reyon Dillon's brace had sealed the points, with Dylan Burke-Hamilton scoring another. Match report here.


The Youths have a week off next week before hosting Dorking Wanderers on 14th December at Gander Green Lane.

Latest News   Surrey Senior Cup draw
04th December 2015

Sutton have been drawn away to Corinthian-Casuals, managed by our youth team manager James Bracken and including a large number of his successful Sutton reserve side, in the third round of the Surrey Senior Cup. The tie is scheduled to be played in early to mid January. The sides last met in the competition three seasons ago when Sutton won on penalties after a goalless draw.

Latest News   Christmas Lunch
04th December 2015

Before our match at home to Maidenhead United in the Vanarama National League South on Saturday 19th December, we shall be holding a special Christmas Lunch, priced at just £12.50 per person.

We are filling up fast - the first fifty places were snapped up within minutes - so to book you place please e-mail

The lunch will start promptly at 12.30

Latest News   Minibus driver wanted for Academy team
01st December 2015

The Academy team is looking for someone to drive their minibus to away games on a Wednesday afternoon.  An ordinary full licence is OK, no need for PSV, and it will be a paid role.  If you would be interested, contact or 

Latest News   Youth Fixture Changes
01st December 2015

This week's away Ryman Youth League match against Leatherhead will be played at Whyteleafe's Church Road ground on Friday evening, 8pm kick-off.

Next week's match against Woking has now been rescheduled to take place in March due to our opponents' ongoing Lucas Fettes Cup commitments.

Meanwhile, Sutton will visit Corinthian Casuals on 11th January in the next round of the Surrey Under-18s Midweek Floodlit Cup, replacing the scheduled league match against Walton & Hersham which will now be played on 4th April.

Latest News   Stadium Help Wanted
30th November 2015

We are looking for volunteers who can help with crowd management in the period leading up to kick-off. Specifically, we need people to control the rear stairs and central section of the grandstand.

As usual, we would also welcome general stewarding volunteers.

If you might be interested, please e-mail

Latest News   Sutton United 3 Walton & Hersham 0 - full report and reaction
30th November 2015

First half goals by Dan Wishart, Tom Bolarinwa and Craig Dundas eased Sutton in to the third round of the Surrey Senior Cup against Walton & Hersham tonight. Full report, and reaction from assistant manager Micky Stephens, here.

Latest News   Concord Rangers 3 Sutton United 1 - full report, photos and reaction
28th November 2015

Sutton crashed out of the FA Trophy at the 3rd qualifying round stage today when they went down 3-1 at Concord Rangers. The home side took a 14th minute lead when a dipping cross-cum-shot from Lewis Taaffe dropped inside the far post, and it might have been worse, with Taaffe missing a penalty eight minutes later. As it was U's levelled five minutes before half tme when Kevin Amankwaah bundled in a Jamie Collins cross. Concord regained the lead twelve minutes from time, just after U's best spell had seen Collins denied a headed goal by a fine save, when Jordan Cox scored from close range, and the game was clinched two minutes in to stoppage time when Ben Greenhalgh converted another penalty awarded after Simon Downer had tripped Taaffe. Full report with photos here, and Paul Doswell's reaction to the defeat on SUFC TV here.

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   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   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   Girls' Football Starter Sessions
28th September 2015

Girls Football

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   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   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   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   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

Season Tickets
Vanarama National
National League
Sutton United Essential Info
League sponsors

BT Sport

Sport 360

Main sponsors

Drew Smith
Away team sponsor

Paris Smith
Home Team Shirt Sponsors

Banstead Downs Golf Club
Home Team back of shirts and shorts Sponsors

Smith and Byford
First Team tracksuit Sponsors

ATW Services
Football Academy Sponsors

Green Go Waste
Website sponsor

All Gold Coins
Function and Meeting Rooms available for hire
Boom Boom Club
Club Caterers

All Time Catering