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WELL DONE | Volunteer of the Month

As 2018 is Sefton’s ‘Year of the Volunteer’, we think it’s only right to continue recognise our superb volunteers once again this season. That is why the Southport Football Club Volunteer

NEW | Head of Commercial Appointed

Southport Football Club are pleased to announce after a thorough selection process that Steve Brown has been appointed as the club’s new Head of Commercial. With a vast knowledge and

LOAN WATCH | 2018/19 Season (7)

Multiple Southport players were once again in action this week for their temporary clubs, with game time growing for some and clear improvements for others. Andy Hollins was straight into

CELEBRATE | Non-League Day with Kick It Out

Non-League Day returns on the club’s first home game for a month when York City visit on Saturday 13 October 2018, and Southport Football Club are pleased to announce that

PREVIEW | Curzon Cup Contest

Southport return to Emirates FA Cup action this weekend to take on Curzon Ashton. The Sandgrounders head to the Tameside Stadium with another full week of preparation under the belt,

DRAW | Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy

The Second Round of the Partners Foundation Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy sees the Port host Clitheroe FC on Tuesday 6 November, 7:45pm KO. The side ply their trade two divisions

POLL | September 2018 Goal of the Month

Throughout the 2018/19 season the club will be running a monthly goal of the month competition that includes the First Team and when possible the Academy, Youth/Juniors setup and Ladies

VACANCY | Club Secretary & Finance Administrator

Southport Football Club are seeking a highly committed, organised and knowledgeable individual to join the team in which this role sits in the centre of the football clubs functions. Reporting

THANK YOU | Ken Retires

Southport Football Club would like to extend a special thank you to current Club Secretary, Ken Hilton who has now decided to take retirement. Starting his career in football at

MATCH REPORT | Brackley Town 2-0 Southport

Two goals in the space of eight first-half minutes saw Southport slip to defeat against Brackley Town at St James Park. Having shown signs of progress during a run of