SFC Chairman's pre-season update

pre season update
Salisbury FC Friendly matches 2019

Here is a comprehensive run-down of our pre-season friendly match arrangements:

Day Date Opponents Kick off Admission band
Saturday 06/07/19 Reading 1500 A
Tuesday 09/07/2019 Lymington Town 1945 B
Saturday 13/07/2019 Aveley 1500 B
Tuesday 16/07/2019 Swindon Town 1945 A
Saturday 20/07/2019 Forest Green Rovers 1500 A
Tuesday 23/07/2019 Eastleigh 1945 B
Saturday 03/08/2019 Poole Town 1500 B
Admission prices        
  Adults Children 5-16 Concessions  
Band A 10.00 2.00 5.00  
Band B 5.00 1.00 2.00  

Friendly matches season ticket

We recognize that supporters wishing to attend all matches will face a significant outlay over a short period of time, so we are therefore offering a season ticket allowing admission to all home friendly matches, priced as follows:

Adults                                     £40.00

Concessions                            £20.00

Ages 5-16                                £8.00

To take advantage of this offer, please contact the office staff on 01722776655.

Away fixtures

In addition to the above home fixtures, we have two more pre-season matches, both of which are away from home.

We are scheduled to play Bemerton Heath Harlequins in the Final of the Salisbury Hospitals Cup on Tuesday 23 July, at Laverstock and Ford (KO 7-45pm) - the same evening we meet Eastleigh at the Ray Mac.

As we will not be running a full Development Squad set up in the coming season, Mark Winter, Head of Youth, has agreed to select a team in order to fulfil the Hospitals Cup fixture. We wish Mark and his squad well for this match and of course for the upcoming season as a whole.

Our second away game is at Downton on Saturday 27 July, (KO 3pm).

The season is almost upon us, and I am sure that we can look forward to an exciting eight months of football, perhaps going one better and reaching the promotion target we missed so narrowly.

I know we have the best and biggest support base in our league, so let us get off to a good start supporting the Whites in these early friendly matches as Steve and his coaching staff ready the squad for the challenges ahead.

Ian Hammond