Sheffield FC vs. Stocksbridge Park Steels 3 : 1
Sheffield FC eased into the second round of the Integro League Cup, writes Stuart James, as the beat local rivals Stocksbridge Park Steels.
Sheffield FC vs. Blackburn Rovers 0 : 7
League Champions for the past two seasons, Blackburn Rovers, showed their class as they put Sheffield FC to the sword in a comprehensive 7-0 win at the Home of Football, inflicting Sheffield’s worst league defeat since their inaugural season in 2003/04.
Sheffield FC vs. Gresley FC 4 : 1
Free-scoring Sheffield FC moved up to ninth spot with a convincing 4-1 win over Gresley , writes Stuart James, with top-scorer Marc Newsham the man gabbing the headlines with a hat-trick to add to his tally.
Nottingham Forest vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 2
Midfielder, Ellie White, coolly converted penalties either side of the break to secure Sheffield FC Ladies' second league win in five days courtesy of a 2-1 win away at Nottingham Forest.
Sheffield FC vs. Worksop Town 3 : 0
Report to follow
Cleethorpes Town vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 4
Sheffield FC's "goals, goals, goals" mentality continued on Tuesday evening, writes Stuart James, as they ran out 4-3 winners in an incredible see-saw game at Cleethorpes Town.
Sheffield FC vs. Bradford City 2 : 0
Early goals in both halves of the match ensured Club picked up their first three points of the new FA Women’s National League season with a 2-0 victory over Bradford City.
Sheffield FC vs. Marske United 3 : 3
Marske United moved to the top of the Evo-Stik East, writes Stuart James, as a late equaliser denied Sheffield FC all three points in another goal-fest at the Home of Football.
Retford United vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 7
Sheffield FC: Woodcock, Minchin, White, Chappell, Riley, Currie, Mohammed, Morley, Hutchinson, Wilson. Subs: Casterton, Porter, Wright, Walton, Watkinson.
Goals: Wilson (5) Morley (2)
Sheffield FC vs. Sheffield United 2 : 11
It was a packed out Home of Football that saw Sheffield FC’s record appearance holder Matt Roney honoured for his service to The World’s First Football Club, as Chris Wilder brought a strong Sheffield United side to S18, keeping a promise made to the lifelong Blades’ supporter.