Salisbury FC U16 – U18 – U23 Development Opportunities

Youth general
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

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
  • Hospitality seats for 2
  • Fully Licensed pay bar
  • Complimentary Programme
  • Signed Football
  • Your business name announced over our PA system during the match
  • Twitter and Facebook





  • 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

Business Manager · Raymond McEnhill Stadium · Partridge Way · Old Sarum · Salisbury · Wiltshire · SP4 6PU


Ticket Prices 2018/2019


Having considered the admission prices charged by other clubs in the Evo-Stik Southern
Premier League - South, and taking into account the fact our ticket prices were not increased last
season, it has been decided that admission prices and season ticket prices for the 2018/19
season will be as follows:-

Ground Entry £11 £3 £7
Standing Season Ticket £195 £40 £110
Seating Season Ticket £220 £50 £130





Main Stand Transfer and Car Park remain at £1

Under 5s Free

Season tickets can be collected on the first home league game of the season. Proof of ID and senior/student status (if applicable) required.

Whites Windfall April results

The Whites Windfall draw was made last night at half-time of the last league game of the season against Bideford AFC by our former strikers Justin Bennett and Tommy Wright, who were paying the club a visit.


The results were…


1st Prize: Trevor Roberts (No. 120) £171.25.

2nd Prize: Greg Condliffe (No. 78) £102.75.

3rd Prize: Rob Taylor (No. 108) £68.50.


BELOW: Justin Bennett and Tommy Wright at the game. Picture by Roger Elliott





MATCH REPORT: Swindon Spitfires v Salisbury Women

Wiltshire County Womens & Girls League
By Neil Underwood

Salisbury travelled to Swindon on Sunday to play Swindon Spitfires First Team in the quarter finals of the Cup. Although Swindon were a league above Salisbury, Salisbury were raring to go and were going to give it their all.

The game got under way and Salisbury played with a different formation which worked well and ruffled the Swindon's players a little. The game was pretty even with both teams gaining possession and creating some early chances. Salisbury were playing some really good football and playing the ball between each other, doing one twos and getting into spaces to receive the ball.

Salisbury's midfielders played some good through balls for the strikers to get on the end of and get in behind Swindon's defence. Salisbury were pushing on and balls from Lindsey Owens and Ellie Hayward were passed onto Sophie Taylor and Mollie Fox to try and test Swindon's goalkeeper. Unfortunately Swindon went on the counter attack and went straight up to Salisbury's end and slotted the ball past Salisbury's goalkeeper Summer Williams. The Whites didn't let this get them down and continued playing just as they had been. Salisbury's centre backs Shannon Jacques and Jamie Stretch held their ground and worked well together to prevent the strikers from getting a shot on goal. Baylie Kelly was also solid at the back and although as under pressure on a few occasions, she stayed focused, calm and kept her eye on the ball and worked well to get the ball out of the danger zone.

Swindon went on the attack again and a questionable penalty was given to them by the referee. Summer Williams was focused, watching the ball as Swindon's striker stepped up to take the penalty and Summer Williams made a great save to keep the score at 1-0. However, not long after, Swindon made the score 2-0.

Salisbury went in at half time 2-0 down but weren't deflated by the score line as they themselves, as well as the manager and coach, all agreed that the first half was probably one of our best performances of the season. We were all playing and working for each other and all played some great football. The second half got under way and Salisbury were a little slow to get going again and unfortunately Swindon got another two goals in quick succession. Salisbury's heads still didn't drop though and continued to push on and try and create some chances. Salisbury received a free kick outside the box and Sophie Taylor stepped up to take it and took a cracking shot that went over the keeper into the top right-hand corner. Salisbury had got a goal back and were buzzing. They tried to maintain the pressure and keep on at Swindon's defence as Salisbury had the momentum and bit between their teeth to try and get another goal. Unfortunately, Swindon caught Salisbury out and got another two goals making the score 6-1. With their last goal there was a collision between Salisbury's keeper Summer Williams and a Swindon player. Salisbury's keeper came off worse and had damaged her shoulder/collarbone. The final score was 6-1 to Swindon Spitfires First Team.

The girls should not be disappointed with the result, they all performed brilliantly and despite going goals behind, they kept going, putting the tackles in, playing good football and working for and supporting each other right until the end. Salisbury's player of the match this week goes to Ellie Hayward for a great captain's performance. Salisbury haven't got any games now until after Christmas, the first game back is at home to Melksham Town on Sunday 7th January, kick off at 2pm St Victoria Park.

Team: Summer Williams, Baylie Kelly, Shannon Jacques, Jamie Stretch, Chloe Crespi, Lindsey Owens, Ana Cabecinha, Ellie Hayward (captain) Sophie Taylor, Mollie Fox, Elisha Taylor, Megan Clish, Kay Croucher

Salisbury FC Walking Football

Launch of Salisbury FC Walking Football took place during Half Time at Saturday's FA Cup Match.

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Here's a little bit more on Walking Football and the story of Salisbury FC Walking Football so far...

Walking Football is a slower version of the ‘beautiful game’ designed initially for the over 50’s and helps compliment an active lifestyle, encourages improved fitness and creates a wider social network of new friends who often share their passion for football and some ‘past glories’. We continually actively look to encourage new players of all capabilities and skills to come along all, will be warmly welcomed to join in at the sessions with the emphasis ‘having fun and enjoyment’ . Currently the group meet every Monday between 09.30 and 11.00 with a wide age range from 50 to 77 [ two of the team share the same birthday and this year Ray celebrated his 77 whilst David was 75 ] we plan to add a Friday session 10.00/11.00 later in September 2016.

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The Story So Far...
After six months of persistent requests from Keith Gale to Wiltshire Council and the Wiltshire FA the first Over 50’s Salisbury Walking Football session was set up at the Five Rivers Leisure Centre in March 2015 with a handful of players that included Keith, Brian Crabtree, David Brick and David Tovey who still play today. Numbers at first were slow to grow and were not helped when the Five Rivers closed their main hall for over five months for refurbishment but through the determination of Brian found a temporary home at the Indoor Cricket Centre.

2016 and the return to Five Rivers has seen the group grow to around twenty five with regular weekly sessions having around fifteen players. To celebrate the first anniversary of Salisbury Walking Football we arranged a tournament in April and invited teams from around Wiltshire, Hampshire and even Kent. The Salisbury players hastily set about raising funds to provide some basic football strips by collecting donations for a car boot which eventually raised over £300. The team also decided to raise money for the Wiltshire based charity ‘Help for Heroes’ and raise just over £150 from players, family and friends. On the day eight teams took part including two from Salisbury and was finally won by Wiltshire PSG. After some excellent hard work by Jim Ayres [ Salisbury FC volunteer ] he manage to persuade Salisbury’s Chairman Mr Dave Philips to present all the players with medals and a cup to the winners.

Recently we took a group of players up to the Arsenal Emirates in North London to play a number of friendly matches on their indoor 4G astro pitch which is part of the Community Hub attached to the Stadium. After lunch everyone was treated to a complimentary tour of the fantastic Stadium Facilities. The team are planning a return visit and hopefully set up a mini–tournament with local teams from the North London community

The Future
We want to strengthen a team culture and increase the number of players at the sessions by promoting and pro-actively working in the local community to increase awareness with the possible benefits of taking part in walking football sessions which we could help to achieve by developing and building a strong relationship with Salisbury FC.

If your interested in sponsoring Salisbury FC Walking Football the call the club on 01722 776655 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Interested in playing Walking Football in Salisbury? Then Contact Chris Christian via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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