Sheffield FC is delighted to announce a new friendship for football as we welcome New Zealand’s first & oldest football cl
New Zealand’s Oldest Club join the Club of Pioneers
Vacancy For Lead Physiotherapist
Sheffield FC Ladies are looking to appoint a lead physiotherapist ahead of the 2017/18 playing season.
This is an exciting role where the post holder will be required to work closely with the management and coaching staff, and the Club Doctor, to ensure the players are fit, healthy and being managed in the correct way.
The World’s First x Sheffield Hallam University interview
A partnership between the Sheffield FC Foundation and Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) sees students from across the world given the opportunity to play and study alongside The World’s First Football Club.
The World's First announce three way partnership with Joma Sport and Classic Football Shirts
(26 MAY 2017) The World’s First Football Club, Sheffield FC and sportswear specialist Joma Sports are delighted to announce a partnership for the 160th birthday of #theworldsfirst and the upcoming 2017/18 season.
Meadowhead Scholar success
Season round up for the U19s
The World’s First Football Club x Soccerex interview
A multi-year foundation partnership between #theworldsfirst and Soccerex aims to help protect and progress the heritage of football across the world. Last week we caught up with Soccerex Marketing Director David Wright to find out what makes partnering with football’s first so special:
Sheffield FC welcome Odds Ballklubb into the Club of Pioneers
Yesterday saw Chairman Rich and Club Secretary Bill Towning from the Sheffield FC team visit Norway for a journey back to the roots of football.
A journey to the roots of Norway
Tomorrow will see Chairman Richard Tims and Club Secretary Bill Towning from the Sheffield FC team visit Norway for a journey back to the roots of football. The trip will see the team welcoming Odds Ballklubb into the Club of Pioneers.
Ten in a Row
Sheffield FC's Over 35 side made it TEN league titles in a row on Wednesday evening, as they picked up the two points needed to win the Wragg League championship, with a 4-2 win at Handsworth Parramore's Olivers Mount ground.