Trafford vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 0
Sheffield slumped out of the FA Trophy at the first hurdle, writes Stuart James, as a two goal first half salvo saw Trafford through to face Harrogate Railway in the next round.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 2
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Sheffield FC 2 : 3
The first team and reserves travelled together this past Sunday for away league fixtures against newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers in the hope of maintaining their 100% starts to the new league season.
Hackenthorpe Warriors U21 vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 6
Two players made their debut in this match, Harry Liver and Josh Coddington, and both of them made a good impression. Harry’s pace was a threat and Josh linked up very well with the forwards contributing with 2 goals, Alex Moseley scored 2, tying the right back in knots in the process!
Sheffield FC vs. Abbey Hey 1 : 2
Sheffield FC’s 2012-13 F A Cup campaign ended at the first hurdle as two outstanding finishes from Abbey Hey’s John Hardy allowed the North West Counties Division One side passage into Saturday’s First Qualifying round writes David Bell.
Sheffield FC vs. Pinxton 4 : 3
In a classic game of two halves, Sheffield overturned a two-goal half-time deficit and secured maximum points in the first game of the new season against a strong Pinxton side.
Sheffield FC vs. Lincoln 5 : 0
Sunderland vs. Sheffield FC 4 : 1
After a 4-2 win on the opening day of the 2012/13 season against Sporting Club Albion, Sheffield FC Ladies commenced their FA Women’s Premier League Cup campaign last Sunday.
Dronfield Town U21 vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 1
This was always going to be a tough game against last season’s cup and league winners. Both teams played some good football and it was a close game. We went behind to a well-taken free kick but responded well never letting our heads go down.
Sheffield FC vs. Kings Lynn Town 2 : 0
Sheffield FC battled to earn an important 3 points against an unbeaten Kings Lynn Town side, writes Ryan Watterson. An action packed first half saw both sides go close to opening the scoring, but it was Charlie Weir’s deflected header on the 34th minute that gave Sheffield a first half lead.