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Tiverton Away - Fan info


Tiverton Town v Salisbury FC
Fixture Date: 16/03/19
Competition: Evo-Stik Southern Premier South
Kick Off: 15.00


Adults - £10.00
Concessions: £7.00
U16s - £1


Ian Moorcroft Stadium, Ladysmead,

Bolham Road,



EX16 6SG,

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Assuming that you will be traveling by either car or coach:
• Get to Junction 27 on the M5
• Head towards Tiverton on the A361 dual carriageway traveling for about seven miles. Ignore the first junction for A396 Tiverton and Bickleigh (Gornhay Cross) and keep going (this is important) a little further until you reach a large roundabout.
• Turn left (see map below) at the roundabout take first exit (A3126) for the Town Centre and Castle, continue along that road for about 400 yds crossing a new roundabout, passing a college, sports fields and Tiverton Rugby Club until you meet a mini roundabout.
• Go straight across (first exit) the mini roundabout. You will see Ladysmead to your right
• Go along that road for about 200 yds and turn right into Ladysmead just before R&M Cars.


There is car parking at the club. Don't worry if you find that the car park it is full, stewards will direct you to alternative parking nearby. With matches where a large crowd is expected, look out for special road side signs that will direct you to nearby car parking.

Traveling by train

Should you decide to come by train, Tiverton Parkway is approximately seven miles outside of the town. Buses leave the train station 16 minutes to the hour every hour and leave the bus station in Tiverton 15 minutes past the hour every hour. The journey time is 38 minutes ( yes I know, but this is Devon) the other option is to get a taxi from the station. For further information call the National Rail Enquiries centre on 0345 48 49 50 or have a look at the railtrack website.


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February Lottery Results

Congratulations to the following winners of the February windfall lottery.



1st Craig Edney £166.25

2nd Joanna Beames £99.75

3rd Vanessa Gale £66.50

To join the lottery, click the image below.

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Salisbury FC receives £6000 donation from Supporters Club

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The Salisbury FC Chairman, Ian Hammond, was presented with a cheque for £6000 from the Supporters Club during half-time of the Kings Langley match on Saturday.  Ian Hammond said "On behalf of the club I would like to say a huge thank you to the Supporters Club for their generous donation. There are very few Supporters Clubs at our level of football that give so much financial support to the parent club. No matter how well we budget for our anticipated expenditure, there are always unexpected costs that crop up throughout the season that make donations of this type so important." 

Remember to grab a few 50/50 tickets when you attend a game. It all adds up and makes all this possible.

The supporters club will be holding a Race Night on March 23rd after the Chesham match.

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Salisbury FC U16 – U18 – U23 Development Opportunities

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Salisbury FC U16’s play in the Junior Premier League, the highest level outside of the football league academy system. Our U18’s play in the South West Counties Youth League.

We are looking to recruit players for both squads for the remainder of this season and next season. Players will need to be talented, but just as importantly they will have a hunger to develop and improve.

Both our youth team matches are on a Saturday morning. If players are already signed to Sunday sides, they are able to continue playing for their Sunday team should they wish.

The Salisbury FC development team plays in the Wyvern Premier division with mid-week games under the lights at the Clubs Raymond McEnhill Stadium. The club’s development strategy is that players for 16-18 that are deemed ready to enter men’s football and have the ability to do so, will get an opportunity in the Wyvern team which is run as an under 23 side. In the 2017/18 season the clubs development team featuring predominantly 2nd year 18’s and 19 year old’s won the league.

Over the last two seasons, several players from our U18’s and development sides have gone on to make 1st team debuts in Steve Claridge’s Salisbury FC. Whilst others have progressed to playing first team football elsewhere in the Wessex league.

Players U16 -21 years of age interested in applying for a trial for one of the sides should send a C.V to the below contact details. Those of interest will initially be invited into training for assessment.

Contact: Mark Winter – Head of Youth
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Phone: 07730 684230

An Evening With John Motson OBE

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John Motson will be our special guest on March 28th 2019 for our next 'An Evening With' event at the Ray Mac.

After more than 50 years at the BBC, he has become one of the most recognisable and loved voices in sport. He has covered 10 world cups, 29 FA Cup finals and a total of over 2000 football matches on TV and radio. Virtually every memorable moment in football had Motty in attendance. We think you'll find he has a story or two to tell.

For our VIP guests, the evening will begin at 7 pm in the Executive Bar at the Ray Mac stadium where you will be able to meet John, take photos and get autographs. VIP tickets are limited to 20. At around 7.30 pm we will move through to the Sarum Suite, to join the standard ticket holders to enjoy a three-course meal and be entertained by the legend that is Motty.

Our 'An Evening With' events have been extremely popular with a reputation for excellent presentation and food. Tickets are now available to buy through our online shop or by calling 01722 77 66 55. Both VIP and standard tickets are strictly limited, so order early and secure your place at what will be an evening to remember.

We're delighted that Berry Telecom has become our main sponsor for the evening. Randall Parker Foods are also supporting this event with the supply of high-quality ingredients for the three-course meal. 




Matchday Introductory Offers

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We have now introduced a Fan's Matchday Sponsorship option so that small groups of supporters can experience our most prestigious package together with the thrill of choosing and presenting Man Of The Match on the pitch.

Also, hospitality boxes are available for Farnborough, Basingstoke and Kings Langley £250.

Contact Alan Green

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01722 77 66 55

  • Hospitality and seats for 4
  • Fully licensed pay bar
  • Half-time refreshments
  • 2 Complimentary programmes
  • Choice of “Man of the Match”
  • Your business name announced over the PA system and on the electronic scoreboard
  • Twitter and Facebook Announcements to an audience of 1000’s in the lead up to the match
  • Your business name on the cover of the match day programme and on our website
  • A visit from an available player
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  • Fully Licensed pay bar
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  • Hospitality and seats for 4
  • Fully licensed pay bar
  • Half-time refreshments
  • A Complimentary programmes
  • Choice of “Man of the Match”
  • Your names/details announced over the PA system
  • Your name/details on the cover of the match day programme and on our website
  • A visit from an available player
  • Hospitality and seats for 2
  • Fully licensed pay bar
  • Half-time refreshments
  • A Complimentary programmes
  • Choice of “Man of the Match”
  • Your names/details announced over the PA system
  • Your name/details on the cover of the match day programme and on our website
  • A visit from an available player

 For more hospitality and advertising information CLICK HERE



Salisbury FC is YOUR club and we are incredibly proud to have such dedicated group of supporters and volunteers. Without your support, we would not be able to provide the football the city deserves.

Although we have a fantastic team of volunteers, we always need more people to help us, particularly, on match days.  We would like to hear from you if you are interested in stewarding, manning the turnstiles or even just selling programmes.  Where appropriate, training will be provided.

Steward training day on Sunday 8th July 10am - 1pm

If interested please contact the club on 01722 776655 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or you can call Deputy Safety Officer John Harper on 07952 085 901


Your club needs you

Whites Windfall Lottery


It has been just under a year since we launched the Whites Windfall Lottery. This hugely popular initiative has paid out thousands of pounds to fans and is a great help to the club.  The next bi-yearly Superdraw is coming soon and will pay out over £2100 to one lucky winner. The monthly draws pay out a 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize with the top spot regularly taking home more than £160. The more that enter, the bigger the prizes. 

You need to be in it to win it! To become a lottery member you can download the form from HERE and then drop it into the office at Salisbury FC, post it to us at the address at the bottom of this page or scan it and email it back to us. If you would like more information on how the funds and prizes are divided up, you can take a look at that HERE.

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For postal entries, please send it to

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Salisbury FC Golf Day

The first ever Golf Day for the re-formed Salisbury Football Club was a great success, and took place recently at the High Post Golf Club. The event was organized by Alan Green, a prolific goalscorer for Salisbury in his heyday and now the Club’s Commercial Manager.

Taking part, alongside guests from many different businesses, were Barry Cranmer, another past fans’ favourite, and the competition was fierce, especially between the old and new guard as the younger breed Brandon Mundy, Lewis Benson and Charlie Searle rose to the stiff challenge.


Local businesses kindly sponsored a hole each and thanks are due to the Steve Claridge Football Foundation, Value Cars, SGS, LED Synergy, Fletcher & Partners, Sonic Scaffolding, Cara Glass, Mikina Engineering and Downton Brewery.

A contribution from proceeds is being sent to the Pembroke Unit at Salisbury Hospital.

10 handicap golfer Matt Knellar scooped the main individual prize, and was part of the winning team (pictured). The prizes for “Nearest the pin” went to Alan Pollard, and Steve Searle, keeper Charlie’s father, won the longest drive accolade.


Team event winners - pictured, left to right: Ryan Murphy, Tom Webster, Matt Knellar, and Jim Burt

 From what I saw, it appeared that organizer Green found it more difficult to aim the little white ball than the larger leather one with which he made his name - Tiger Woods won’t be biting his nails!

Alec Hayter

SFC Press Officer

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