Match Report

REPORT | Three Goals Again

Southport continued their unbeaten start to the season as three first-half goals secured victory against Farsley Celtic at the Citadel. Devarn Green was among some excellent performers in the Port

REPORT | First Win

Southport picked up their first three points of the campaign as they strolled to a 3-0 win over Guiseley on a blustery afternoon at the Pure Stadium. Despite the inclement

REPORT | Tight Tussle

Southport missed a number of opportunities as their first home game of the new campaign finished goalless against Curzon Ashton. This was the Port’s second stalemate in the opening two

REPORT | Opening Day Draw

Southport kicked off the new season with a 0-0 stalemate against Gateshead up in the North East. After a summer of waiting, the opening match of the campaign didn’t quite

MATCH REPORT | Port Lift The Trophy

Southport lifted the Partners Foundation Lancashire Challenge Trophy with a comfortable 3-1 win over Colne helped by a hat-trick from in form Dion Charles. A commanding first half performance from

MATCH REPORT | Penalty Woe

The curtain came down on Southport’s league campaign with a 2-1 defeat at high flying Blyth Spartans. Blyth came into the game on the back of six straight wins knowing

MATCH REPORT | All Square

Southport ended their home campaign with a 2-2 draw with Kidderminster Harriers, the ninth home draw of the season. As has been the pattern in recent games the first half

MATCH REPORT | A Good Friday For Southport

Southport had a very Good Friday winning 3-0 against Curzon Ashton after a dominant second half display. The win moves The Sandgrounders up to 11th place in The Vanarama National

MATCH REPORT | Back To Winning Ways

Southport recorded their first win in seven league games with a hard fought 1-0 victory over Hereford to move up to thirteenth place in the Vanarama National North table. With

MATCH REPORT | Port Defeated At York

If this turns out to be Southport’s last ever visit to Bootham Crescent, it is not one they will want to remember. Over the years, the Port have been regular