The Adult Disability have finished the season in 3rd place in the Championship League of the South Yorkshire Ability Counts League. In our debut season in the adult league, this is considered a great success, missing out on second place and promotion.
Disability Squad take Bronze
Scholars Make It Three-in-a-Row
Sheffield FC's Maltby Academy Scholars successfully retained the Under 18 Rotherham Schools Cup Trophy on Saturday in a hard fought contest against Dinnington. This is the third consecutive year our Scholars have been crowned Champions of the Rotherham area which is a fantastic achievement.
Sheffield Deliver The Reaction Required And Beat Watford
Sheffield FC ran out comfortable 4-0 winners against struggling Watford to record their first league win in three matches and climb up to seventh place in the WSL2 table.
Preview: Watford Ladies (H), Sunday 15 April 2018
Sheffield FC Ladies face Watford for the first time this season in what is a hugely important match for both teams.
Club Walkers win opening tie
Sheffield FC Walking Football Club travelled to Birmingham on Sunday to play the highly rated Hartshill Strollers in the first round of the National Charity WF Cup for players aged over 60 years.
Ladies Development Team Halted by Champions Liverpool
Dominant Over 35s Resign from League
It is with great regret that we announce the resignation of Sheffield FC Over 35’s from the Wragg Football League. Unfortunately a number of players are not able to give the commitment necessary to enable the team to continue to operate.
Millwall Lionesses (H) - Match Postponed - Sunday 1 April 2018
Sheffield FC Ladies' FA WSL 2 fixture scheduled for this coming Sunday 1 April has been postponed following days of heavy rainfall in South Yorkshire.
With Millwall Lionesses travelling to Sheffield the day before the game, an early pitch inspection was required to prevent the visitors from making an unnecessary journey.
Cleethorpes fixture washed out
Sheffield FC's scheduled home Evo-Stik One South game against Cleethorpes Town at the Home of Football has been postponed due to a watelogged pitch.
Following 24 hours of solid torrential rain, several areas of the pitch have been left saturated, and in some places flooded.
We've had the reaction we wanted - Dolby
Sheffield FC interim boss Chris Dolby was full of praise for his players following the 2-1 midweek win against Carlton Town, writes the Star’s Paul Webster.
Club now go into Saturday home clash against play-off chasing Cleethorpes Town with a five-point cushion over bottom of the table Romulus.