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COMMUNITY | Wildcats & Little Kickers On!

The Little Kickers and Wildcats sessions will be going ahead this Saturday (24th). Two great new activities for boys and girls to get involved with on a Saturday morning.  

BIKE RIDE | Good Luck Lads!

The boys are getting some great coverage as they prepare for their 50 laps of the pitch on Saturday. Harry Cottam, aged 9, and his cousin Leighton Hock, aged seven,

WALKING FOOTBALL | Wednesday 21st October

We have been informed by Dunes Leisure that we can go still go ahead with the Walking Football on Wednesday but places must now be pre-booked. Please either e-mail Rob

COMMUNITY | October Sports Camp

Our Sports Camp for juniors will return during the October half-term at the Pure Stadium. Places are now available to book for 26 – 30 October from 8am – 3pm. There

UPDATE | Walking Football Still On!

The Walking Football has been switched from Haig Avenue to Dunes Leisure Centre with effect from this Wednesday, 23rd September and is still going ahead. All current and any new

COMMUNITY TEAMS | Great Start For The Women

Southport FC Women opened their league campaign with a trip to the team who were technically reigning League champions. BRNESC, based in Aintree, won the 2018/19 Liverpool County FA Women’s

NEW | Mini-Kickers!

Mini Kickers is a fun introduction to football for 3-5 year-olds that provides a mix of coaching, skill tests and mini matches. Children who have never attended a structured coaching

WEDNESDAY | Walking Football

Our Walking Football will go ahead at the ground on Wednesday, September 16, between 12pm and 1pm as usual. To effectively maintain social distancing, in groups of six, the post

REPORT | Under 18’s Friendly

ST MARTINS 0-0 SOUTHPORT UNDER 18 (AFTER 90 MINS – ST MARTINS WON 5-4 ON PENALTIES) DEREK STOKES MEMORIAL TROPHY PLAYED AT PARK HALL STADIUM, OSWESTRY SATURDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER 2020

VIDEO | Junior & Ladies Kit Launch

Our kit launch, photoshoot and training open evening at the club with our juniors and ladies sections has been brilliantly captured on film by videographer Bethany Whelan in this short