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.
Stoke City vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 0
Three second half goals were enough to put Northern Premier Division table toppers, Stoke City, into the next round of the FA Women’s National League Cup at the expense of Sheffield FC with two goals from Hannah Keryakoplis either side of Cassie Hyde’s strike.
Sheffield FC vs. Pontefract Collieries 5 : 3
Sheffield FC grabbed their first win of the season, writes Stuart James, as they ran out 5-3 winners in an entertainment packed thriller against Pontefract Collieries.
Stocksbridge Park Steels vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 2
Sheffield’s losing start to the season continued through to the Bank Holiday derby fixture at Bracken Moor, writes Stuart James, as Club disappointingly lost 3-2 to local rivals Stocksbridge Park Steels.
Sheffield FC vs. Middlesbrough 2 : 3
A wet and soggy afternoon in Sheffield saw last season’s Northern Premier Division third placed side Middlesbrough make a return to the Home of Football Stadium for the first time in seven years.
Hyde United vs. Sheffield FC 5 : 1
Club exited the FA Cup at the first hurdle for the third time in four seasons, writes Stuart James, as they suffered a harshly heavy defeat at the hands of Evo-Stik Premier League outfit Hyde United.
Sheffield FC vs. Tadcaster Albion 3 : 4
Sheffield Fc made it two defeats on the trot, writes Stuart James, as they lost 4-3 at home to Tadcaster in an error-strewn game that was a pleasure to watch for the neutrals in the 240 crowd
Huddersfield Town vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 0
Two late strikes from Huddersfield Town were enough to secure victory for the hosts on the opening day of the new FA Women’s National League season.
Marske United vs. Sheffield FC 4 : 0
Sheffield FC fell to a disappointing opening day defeat, writes Stuart James, as newly promoted Northern League Champions Marske United ran out comfortable 4-0 winners at the GER Stadium.
Sheffield FC vs. Glossop North End 5 : 2
Sheffield FC: Turton, Turner, Eagle, Kay, Lawrence, Hastings, Gascoigne, Dunne, Fairhurst, Gregory. Sibs: Newsham, Ingham, Mohammed, Magee, Mitcheson, Osborne.