After last week's exit from this season's FA Women's Cup, Sheffield FC Ladies turn their attentions back to the league this Sunday as they play their first FAWPL Northern Division match for three months.
Match Preview - Leicester City WFC
Looking good for Coalville
Tonight’s game at league leaders Coalville Town looks like it will be unaffected by the weather, as the snow which has engulfed Sheffield seems to have by-passed Leicestershire, with reports coming in that there is no trace of the white stuff on the Owen Street pitch.
Match Preview - Manchester City LFC
Sheffield FC Ladies are back in action this Sunday as they meet Manchester City Ladies FC in the Third Round Proper of the FA Women's Cup.
History of a shirt
When Sheffield FC Chairman Richard Tims went to Genoa recently, representing the Club at their recent 120th birthday celebrations, he was presented with several gifts - the strangest of them all though was the last thing he expected, a Sheffield FC shirt!
Carlton match off
Once again, as expected with the snow forecast for this evening, and the pitch still under several inches, the Evo-Stik Diviaion One South game at Carlton Town has been postponed.
Under 21s Title Aspirations
When Sheffield FC entered a team in the newly formed Meadowhall Under 21 League, little was known about how well they would do in the inaugural season, however they have taken to the new competition like a duck to water – and whilst it is still too early to even whisper it – a chance at winning the league title at the first attempt is not beyond
Club keep fighting fit
The snow hasn’t deterred Sheffield FC from keeping fighting fit in readiness for the anticipated thaw, as manager Ian Whitehorne has been ensuring the boys stay in shape for when their Evo-Stik Division One battle recommences.
HUCKNALL GAME OFF
As expected with all the snow already falling, and the extra stuff forecast to fall over the next 24 hours, the Evo-Stik Diviaion One South game at Hucknall Town has been postponed.
Match Preview - Sunderland WFC
After winning through to the next round of the FA Women's Cup last Sunday, Sheffield FC Ladies continue in cup mode as they travel north to face National Division leaders and defending League Cup champions, Sunderland WFC, in the last 16 of this season's FA Women's Premier League Cup.
Preview - Halesowen make their first trip to BT Local Stadium.
After a fine extra time win at Brigg in the Doodson Sport Cup Sheffield FC return to home soil for the first time in 2013 this weekend when Halesowen Town are our visitors. With a win at Kidsgrove & draw at Mickleover in the previous matches Club are on the up in terms of form and 12 goals in 3 games, away from home, b