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Photo: Salisbury FC U8

Whites 18’s get their season off to a flyer at the seaside.

Salisbury FC 18s travelled to The Black and Gold Stadium on Saturday morning to play Poole Town 18s in their first away fixture of the season.

Poole Town won both the South West Counties league and cup last season, the latter at the Ray Mac in July against Salisbury. So this was going to be a difficult encounter for the young whites, but both sides as with U18 football, are now different squads with the older players moving on to adult football.

Both teams passed the ball well, playing out from the back with great composure. Poole town settled into their rhythm a little quicker, using the extra space of the pitch to their advantage. Poole opened the scoring after some very good link up play.

Salisbury looked to get themselves back into the game, but lacked that little bit of quality to unlock a very strong Poole Town defence. Salisbury then started to dominate the game. First it was Ronan Clancy to even up the score. Ryan Penny then had a tremendous strike to put Salisbury ahead. Ronan Clancy then made it 3-1 at the interval.

The second half started well for Poole town as they pulled a goal back to make the score 3-2. Then goals from Josh Sommerton and Ed Timperley took the game away from Poole. Poole did get another goal back through a penalty. Ed Timperley was then denied his second goal of the game when his fine shot struck the post. A very good game with both teams playing some very attractive football.

FT: Poole Town 3 v 5 Salisbury FC

Salisbury FC 18s next league match is home to Bath City, however tonight (Tuesday 3rd) they take on AFC Totton at the Ray Mac in the FA youth cup. 7:45 K.O.

16’s get back on track at Wellow.

Salisbury U16 bounced back from an unexpected 3-2 loss against Warsaw Wasps last Sunday with an emphatic 8-0 win against Wellow. Salisbury took the lead after 2 minutes with a pinpoint shot into the bottom corner by Will Haslam. Wellow pushed forward and were caught by what can only be described as the perfect counter attack. The ball was thrown out by keeper Dan McCarthy and with only 6 passes ended up in the back of the Wellow goal with Haslam finishing it off to make it 2-0. Salisbury continued to play incisive quick pass and move play and scored a further 2 goals in just 2 minutes on the 17 minute mark. The goals coming from the inform Sam Penton and Alex Simpson. A 25 yard thunderbolt from skipper Brad Waters saw the Wellow keeper picking the ball out of his net for the fifth time before striker Sam Edwards made it 6 -0 ending the first half.

The second half produced 2 further goals 1 from Penton and another from Haslam completing his hatrick.

FT: Salisbury FC U16 8 V 0 Wellow Youth U16

Under 15’s have one of those weekends.

Whites under 15’s travelled west AGAIN this Saturday. This time to a mile or two away from Bishops Cleeve (visitors to the Ray Mac on Saturday). The opposition on this occasion being North Somerset FD in the Junior Premier League cup seeding tournament.

The Whites we missing two thirds of their normal back three and the goals and the pace of Sam Butt, ‘butt’ pardon the pun, it didn’t show in the first half. With the Whites creating lots of opportunities which resulted in Ashton Goodger putting the Whites ahead. A couple of world class saves were required of Tom Brooker the Whites Stopper, but overall in the first 40 minutes of this JPL cup match, it looked more likely the visitors would go further ahead.

Then came a moment of madness from Brooker when we came out to the left side of his penalty box to clear a ball he didn’t need to, unfortunately for the Whites stopper he cleared the attacker out and forgot about the ball giving the ref no option but to point to the spot. However Brooker made amends when despite diving to his left as the kick was taken straight down the middle about a metre off the ground, he managed (not for the first time in the last few season) to raise his trailing leg and save the shot! So at half time it remained 1 v 0.

That quickly became two nil when new Spanish signing Alvaro Corral played a neat one, two with Ashton Goodger and some very good footwork saw him beat the last defender and go through on goal and he made no mistake slotting home his first goal for the Whites within 5 minutes of his debut.

However, the rest of the 2nd half saw the West Country side take over the game. With Alfie Mepham pulled from the pitch before he got sent off, and Salisbury allowing the opponents to change their stand in keeper for an unnamed U14, the balance of the game changed. Despite the Whites creating plenty of more chances the young Somerset keeper was unbeatable. At the other end once the opposition drew level, they looked the most likely to go on and win. And when poor Ashton Goodger scored a cracking volley, just unfortunately in his own net, the visitors were never really looking like getting back in the game and North Somerset ran out worthy winners, if not by 2 goals.

FT North Somerset FD 4 v 2 Salisbury FC. MOTM: Kallum Weir

Salisbury FC U15 Sunday.

10 man Salisbury took on Eastleigh Sunday on a sodden, almost water logged Hunts farm pitch. It was the conditions which gifted the Spitfires and early lead when a tame shot from distance bounced in front of Whites Keeper Aleksis Pugovics and instead of bouncing safely up into his arms, it aquaplaned through his legs.

The Eastleigh keeper on the other hand handled the conditions much better. This is one of the strangest games I have witnessed in 8 years of watching this age group. Even the opposition manager commented that had this game been a boxing match the ref would have stopped it. Kallum Weir in particular battered the opposition goal and his shots on target count would have 14-15, add to that half a dozen from James Eyres and it was one way traffic.

However, football is a game were possession and shots stats mean nothing. If it did 10 man Whites would have won this game 25-5. As it transpired Eastleigh won 4-3. MOTM for the 2nd day running was Weir. But 10 Whites deserved it. They never looked like they were the team a man down on a heavy pitch. I would like to be able to say what cost them the 3 points, but no one watching this game would have been able to give you an answer, other than that is, a defiant Spitfires keeper whom had the game of his life. 

Ed Searle’s New Look 14’s - a different kettle of fish to last season.

Under 14s White League day2 - Salisbury hosted last season’s Cup winner Oakwood. Both teams very much with changed line ups from last season.

Salisbury started very strong and had total control of game and soon went 1-0 with a great goal worked from the back with Waterston providing the finish. Before long Salisbury doubled their lead with a low drive from Shering blasted into the corner of the goal. Salisbury were running riot and when Mussell the Whites skipper tucked away a 30 yard free kick it looked as though this could be a walkover.

But the momentum changed and the game got niggly and scrappy and Oakwood swung the game around by scoring before half time 3-1.

Oakwood carried on the pressure and soon forced a second. Oakwood went on to have several excellent chances but were unable to take them with mentions to great defensive displays from keeper Belkin, Roberts, Fernando, Cooper and Thatcher and man of the match Will Corfield who defended resolutely keep the score at 3-2 to the Whites.

Depleted U14 Blacks in one hell of a roller-coaster of a match.

With only 11 Salisbury Blacks available for this game they started brightly with a quick attack from the kick off seeing Leo Penna lob the keeper in the first minute and Captain Aiden McMullan slotting home a neatly worked attack after 3 minutes. Fawley Falcons then re grouped and made it harder for the Blacks to break them down. They attacked with pace, looking more dangerous and scored in the 9th minute.

Salisbury scored in the 23rd only for Fawley to respond in the 27th minute.

This was turning into a very good spectacle for both sets of parents! Bradley Robinson was working unselfishly as he made a lot of runs creating space for other team members to run into and get shots away, this was a theme throughout the game. Just before half time Leo completed his hat trick which saw the Blacks come in at half time 4 goals to 2 up.

The team, looking understandably a little tired as they had put everything into that first half. The 2nd half started as positively as the first with Fin Monteith’s quick feet, he turned Fawley’s midfield inside out and chipped the keeper from 18 yards. The blacks looked to be cruising, however they switched off for what turned out to be a crazy 10 minutes. Fawley seemed to find their form and broke quickly 4 times to go into the lead for the first time 6 goals to 5.

It seemed that the blacks 11 had run out of steam and Fawley were unstoppable, which would have been the case if Chris Mundy had not been on top form in goal. Waves of attack came and time and time again Chris was pulling out top draw saves. The back four of Abdul Ahmed, Archie Ford, Logan Blandford and George Rigiane-Davis held their line also providing cover to give our keeper rest bite.

With 4 minutes to go the blacks changed tactics and pushed Archie Ford into Midfield, leaving 3 at the back. Pushing forward he quickly controlled the ball looked up and struck it sweetly from the edge of the D. the keeper looked to have made a great save however it squeezed through and the blacks were level. This seemed to reinvigorate the Blacks tired legs. From the resulting kick off the midfield duo Aiden and Jake Bartlett closed the ball down, won the ball back and then found Leo Penna sitting on the edge of the box who turned and completed a hard day’s work with a 4th. The winner you would have thought however in the last minute Sam Hunter was rewarded for his endless running and excellent skills as he smashed the ball into the back of the net to complete a great result and give the blacks their first their points of the season. All 11 Blacks deserved to be nominated for MoTM for their heroic display however only one can be named which was Leo Penna for his 4 goals.

Salisbury U13’s unbeaten run continues

Salisbury u13 were away this week to a very well drilled Shooters FC with no recognised keeper available. Shooters had all of the first half possession and were playing the ball around well. Zac Roberts the Whites stand in keeper pulled off an incredible double save to save the whites from going 1 down. Then the whites got what they feared was coming when shooters played the ball over the top to lob the whites keeper to make it 1-0.

However, just before the first half ended, Fin Roberts played the ball through to Dylan Beauchamp who manage to get it inside the keepers near post to make the half time score 1 apiece.

In the 2nd half the whites woke up, playing the ball around nicely and settling into the game. a second goal for Dylan came with a fine curling effort to the far post to make it 1-2.

In the final minutes of the game, shooters was given a penalty with Matt Robinson bringing the player down. The stand in keeper Zac pulled off a fantastic save to keep the score at 1-2, which is how it ended.

New U11’s team is off to a flyer.

Darren Spillers new Salisbury FC U11s travelled to Durrington for their first away game of the season. The Whites started the game strongly creating plenty of chances and scored some good goals, but we lost our discipline in the first half, losing our shape, piling players forward and making bad decisions in front of goal and the hosts scored a couple good goals, deservedly so. However in the second half the Whites early good form this season continued with better decision making, keeping our shape and creating some good goals. Especially with Elliott breaking into the box and squaring it for his team mates twice for tap in’s rather than going for goal himself even though he was on a hat trick, really unselfish play. This was an entertaining game played by two very good teams.

Mini Soccer round up.

Salisbury FC U10’s v St Francis Knights

With No League match scheduled the U10's played a strong St Francis Knights side in a friendly on 4G. Both teams had to adapt to larger goals, Louis Knight adapted brilliantly with a virtuoso performance in the Whites goal. All of the lads played well and responded to a strong challenge with some great football. Despite never leading, the young whites always responded to going behind, their heads never dropped. Elohenee (2), Orlando, Ollie and Ben W shared the goals today. A very spirited performance against a strong side, thanks to St Francis Knights for a great game, hopefully we can meet again this season.

Salisbury FC Under 8's whites v Whitchurch Under 8's

After not having a game last week our young whites were back playing in the Oak Cup. As this was the silent weekend in the Testway League where coaches and spectators are not able to instruct the players from the side line, it was a great opportunity to just let the team play and enjoy football.

Salisbury started really well keeping control of the ball and passing really well. Whitchurch came into the game and made some excellent tackles and created many chances making it difficult for Salisbury.

In the second half our young whites looked more organised, played a good passing game and created more chances hitting the post whilst scoring a few good goals. Whitchurch played well and proved they are a tough team to break down.

Captain for the day, Stanley Goodridge-Reynolds, commanded the team from the back and showed great maturity and leadership skills for such a young player.

Man of the match went to Max Little for putting in a good performance and adapting to different positions when needed.

We'd like to thank Whitchurch for making the trip down and look forward to seeing them again later in the season.

YOUTH - The weekly round up.

18's Go Through in the FA Youth Cup

Salisbury FC under 18s continued this seasons journey in the FA Youth cup with a 3-2 win against Winchester city at the Ray Mac on Thursday evening, in the First qualifying round. The previous preliminary round Salisbury defeated the much fancied Havant and Waterlooville 1-0 with a great strike from Jim Ward deciding the tie. The whole team battled hard in that game having no subs to bring on in a hard fought away game, outstanding performances from Josh Sommerton, Ed Timperley and Jakub Lewigrz gave Salisbury the edge.

The game on Thursday against Winchester was a cracker. Salisbury got off to a fine start with Josh Sommerton running at the Winchester defence, twisting inside and out until he was brought down in the penalty area. Jim Ward stepped up and put Salisbury 1- nil up. Winchester then capitalised on some sloppy play from Salisbury and scored from a cross to level the tie. Winchester continued to attack the Salisbury goal and Jakub Lewigrz was called upon to make some very good saves in the Salisbury goal to keep the game 1 all at half time.

In the second half Salisbury worked really hard to get into the game, Charlie Cooper and Josh Sommerton making some very good runs forward with the ball. The 2 front men for Winchester were counter attacking well, and on many occasions posed a threat to the Salisbury goal.  The Winchester forward then made an excellent run towards the Salisbury goal and scored with an excellent strike to give Winchester the lead. This seamed to stir the Whites up, and they now started to produce better quality in the final third. The ball was crossed into the box and one of the Winchester defenders in trying to get the ball under control was judged to have handled the ball. Jim Ward stepped up to try and put Salisbury back in the game with only 10 minutes remaining. However the keeper made an excellent save. The Whites remained a goal behind with time running out.

Harry Rutty steeled his team into a final push for the last remaining minutes of the game. First it was James Philips with great shot from the edge of the area that flew into the top corner to put Salisbury back in it. The dramatically with just seconds remaining to his personal relief, Jim Ward picked up the ball just outside the box, stepped past his man and fired in the winner.

Well done to both sides whom played out a really entertaining game. Whites 18's now face AFC Totton at the Ray Mac on Thursday 5th October in the next round.

West Country Joy for the 15's again.

Following on from a win at Yeovil the week before, it was Paulton Rovers this week in the Junior premier league seeding games.

This match turned out to be one way traffic fairly much from start to finish. With the Whites Captain and play maker Alfie Hawke unfit, it was not the best football played by this team, but it was effective, fast and too powerful for the opposition.

The Whites front man Ashton Goodger got on the score sheet again as did Sam Butt with his second hatrick in 6 days! However goal of the game went to new signing from AFC Bournemouth, Zach Smith. A very well controlled volley with his right foot from a cross from the left literally gave the keeper no chance at all.

JPL Gold went to Sam Butt by default of the 3 strikes. Silver went to keeper Tom Brooker who virtually played keeper / sweeper in this game. Yes it is normally phrased the other way round, but he used his feet more than his hands in this game. Bronze went to left back Declan Green.

Match ended 6 v 0 and the Whites will now wait to see what tier they are placed in for the league proper that starts in 4 weeks time. The next three weeks see's cup seeding games. Again this Saturday we travel west to Bristol!

The 15's on Sunday could only muster 10 men to face Deportivo Boca however, 10 was enough to see them over the line with a 8-1 victory against a team struggling with an injury crisis of it's own.

Under 14's left puzzled in Hedge End

Salisbury FC U14 White travelled to last years Tyro Div1 champions Hedge End. Salisbury started bright and had a couple of early chances, only for the ref to gift Hedge End a penalty for no reason that the Whites could understand. This fired the Whites up and a dazzling run from Stu Cross leaving three players in his wake resulted with the ball nestling in the top left corner to even things up. 

The 14's whites were busy in the summer signing 6 new players, had got into stride early in this game and were controlling dominating and hassling the champions goal.

Hilton slid home a second from a fine ball over the top from Mussell would see the white ahead at half time. Salisbury still came out strong and would get a third through Waterston to make it 3-1. Then Hedge End finally found some form and bagged three goals in 15 minutes to put their noses ahead 4-3.

With 5 minutes remaining a shell shocked Salisbury threw everything at Hedge End and finally they thought they got their break through from a deep free kick which ended with Boudry bundled over in the area the ref instantly blew his whistle, picked the ball up - carried it two yards out the box for a free kick! The free kick came to nothing and Hedge End went on to win 4-3. The management team are delighted with the way the team has gelled and worked so hard in training and pre season. The squad were dominant,  strong and no way deserved to lose this game and will battle on.

Under 14 Blacks go down to Marchwood Rangers

The U14s Blacks hosted Marchwood Rangers on an uncharacteristically warm September morning.


The kick off was delayed for 30 minutes as the Rangers arrived at a different ground to their hosts, but this seemed to benefit the away side as the Blacks had been waiting for some time and started the game rather sluggishly.


Blacks keeper Chris Mundy was in the thick of the action, making some excellent saves during the opening exchanges, with Jody Parker, Joseph Cligg and Abdul Ahmed making some superb challenges to prevent goal scoring opportunities.


When attacking, the Blacks looked dangerous down the left, with Finlay Monteith causing problems being supported by the marauding Leo Penna from left back.


The game ebbed back and forth, each team unfortunate not to break the deadlock, but eventually it was broken, as the Rangers burst through the Blacks defence and despite their best efforts, the Blacks couldn’t prevent the ball from just crossing the line.


This seemed to be the goal the Rangers needed to lift them and they were soon two goals ahead as another through ball beat the Blacks defence and the forward held his nerve to slot home.


The Blacks kept battling, trying to produce some good football and open up the Rangers defence, with Travis Reed and Jake Bartlett coming close to creating scoring opportunities from the right hand side with Logan Blandford continuing to press from midfield. It’s fair to say that the Rangers keeper had a very solid game.


As half time approached, the Rangers scored a third to give them a boost and give the Blacks a tough team talk.


The Blacks made some formation changes for the second half and this provided a platform for them to attack more. Connor Mehaffey helped support the attacking line while Sam Hunter expertly provided an extra layer of defence in midfield, breaking up play and looking to find the runs of Bradley Robinson, who had a couple of chances to get the Blacks back in the game but was thwarted by the Rangers keeper.


And then the much deserved breakthrough came. Good work down the right from Jake and Travis resulted in a cross that evaded everyone except the ever alert Aidan McMullan, who nodded the ball in at the far post. Suddenly the Blacks were invigorated and pushing to score more. Several chances down the left where thwarted as the Rangers looked to fight back on the counterattack but the Blacks held firm and the scored again, as a ball in from the left bounced invitingly to Archie Ford who slotted passed the keeper.


With the game looking very much in the hands of the Blacks they went in search of the equaliser, but their desire to attack left them vulnerable at the back, and the Rangers took full advantage of this by breaking through and scoring three late goals and hitting the bar.


It was a disappointing way for the game to end considering the way the Blacks had battled back to be one goal behind, but the Rangers attack was clinical in the final moments and ultimately proved decisive. FT SFC 2 v Marchwood Rangers 6.


Man of the Match for the Blacks - Jody Parker

More of the same for the Under 13's

After scoring 12 goals in the opening game of the season, the whites began there 1st home game at their new home venue, South Wilts Cricket club.  
The opposition was a strong Shipton Bellinger side. With the whites struggling to get the grips of the match and the new pitch in the first half, that was until Archie Ford scored with a speculative long range lob. However, before the first half finished whites keeper Jack Weeks pulled off a strong save to keep the match at 1-0.  

Second half saw the whites turning on there class. A low drive from Dylan Beauchamp set up Callum Young to make it 2-0, then assisted again for Dylan to score to make it 3-0.
Fin Roberts then struck a volley from 15 yards to lob the keeper and make it 4-0. The whites then switched off letting Shipton get back in the game by grabbing a goal to make it 4-1. That forced a reaction from the Whites and they stepped it up a gear resulting in a first goal of season to Zac Roberts. Dylan Beauchamp then bagged again to finish the match 6-1 

Salisbury U13 were in action again on Sunday this time in the Wiltshire county cup.  
with 2 games in the 2 days the whites managed to get through this game to continue there unbeaten start to season with a 2-5 away win at Mere Town.
the whites started out the blocks really quick with a goal from Dylan Beauchamp to continue his fine form then the whites switched off letting Mere grab 2 goals to leaving Salisbury trailing at the break. 

In the second half the whites started getting the ball down and playing resulting in a quick goal from Dylan once again. Then 2 great passes from Archie Ford and Dylan set away Callum Wohler to grab his first 2 goals of the season with 2 great strikes.  
Then to finish off the game, Callum Young showed excellent vision to roll the ball through to Lewis Young for him to finish the game off and put the Whites through to the next round.

Under 11 South Wilts team

Salisbury's South Wilts League U11s edged a real tight affair against a tricky South Newton & Wishford side. Salisbury had the better of the first 20 mins of the half creating some great chances with Arthur Dodin running their defence ragged. Finbar Quin scored the opener, before a wonderful team goal, Alex Vincent playing a ball to Finbar Quin who laid it off to Arthur who finished nicely. In the final 10 minutes of the half the visitors grew into the game and caused us some problems, but we defended doggedly, before deep into injury time they got their reward with a good goal.

We never quite found our rhythm in the second half with the opposition now growing in confidence. It was a scrappy second half and again we were strong in defence Finbar White seemingly getting in the way of everything. The Whites fashioned a couple chances when breaking forward, effectively when we strung our passes together we looked good, but it was to few and far between. Our defending and goalkeeper was a massive positive. Well played both teams in a very competitive close game.

Mini Soccer round up.

Salisbury U10's continued their early season form with some impressive football against a spirited Littleton Whites side. The young Salisbury whites were rewarded for their early endeavour with goals from Barnaby and Elohenee, who then followed up again with a fine team goal. Freddie completed the scoring in the last quarter. Littleton battled to the end, but couldn't breach a compact and mean whites defence. Great effort boys.

Salisbury FC under 9's excellent start to the season has continued in a very close game against AFC Stoneham Spitfires. The whites remained resilient under pressure in a difficult first half, but came through when it mattered. Goals came from Charlie, Ben & Alfie & first clean sheet of the season for Elliot. MOTM went to Albie - excellent delivery and support up and down the pitch. 

YOUTH - The weekend round up - 16/17 Sept

Whites 16’s tame the Lion’s.

Salisbury 3 v 0 Littleton lions

Salisbury under 16's made it back to back wins in the Southampton youth league at home to a determined Littleton lions. However with 5 regular players missing they made a shaky start which saw the visitors take an early lead before Will Haslam fired in an equaliser from Brad Walters’s defence splitting through ball. An inch perfect corner from Josh Connolly picked out Archie Forden who headed home to ensure Salisbury had with their noses in front at half time.

The second half was largely uneventful for a long period with both keepers rarely troubled. However with ten minutes left Walters picked up the ball in his own half and went on an amazing solo run before picking out Sam Edwards who finished off the move to make the game safe at 3-1. To their credit the visitors kept going well and were rewarded with penalty deep into injury time which was coolly converted to ensure the final score was 3-2 to Salisbury.

Under 15’s have a 7th Heaven sort of weekend.

Whites U15’s are a much changed side this season with 6 new faces in the squad Saturday.

The JPL has three league seeding games this season to determine what league each team are placed in. A good idea some other leagues should take note of. The Whites opener last weekend against Evo Bath was a frustrating affair with Salisbury dominating large periods of the game but ending up on the losing side.

This week was a different matter when they visited Yeovil Town FC. The biggest disappointment from the previous weekend was the lack of shots, and that was put to bed inside 30 seconds when Louis James finished off a fast paced burst forward from Sam Butt. Within 10 minutes Kallum Weir and Alfie Mepham had made it 3 nil to the visitors. In the 2nd qtr Yeovil woke up a bit and managed to temporarily halt the Whites onslaught, but only with the help of their stand in keeper who performed heroics. He did well to block a Goodger shot, but lively Olly Mason was there to pounce on the ball when he couldn’t keep the ball in his hands and Mason slotted home to make it 4.

In the 4th qtr, a relieved Ashton Goodger finally broke his season’s duck for his new side with 2 well taken strikes for the 6ft 2” front man. The scoring was rounded off by Archie Barnard.

This was a score line that I don’t think anyone connected with the 15’s expected today, but I know they are capable of. Next up is a trip to Paulton Rovers this Saturday. A big thank you to Yeovil for excellent hospitality and playing the entire game in the right spirit from start to finish.

Salisbury FC U15 Sunday romped to a 7 v 2 win over a Chamberlayne Athletic side with MOTM James Eyres bagging 4 to demonstrate just what he brings to the side. And that was with next to no pre-season for him personally. Sam Butt added 2 and Kallum Weir struck for the second day in a row for a comfortable opening day win.

Under 14 Blacks the ups and the downs!

Last week saw progression for SYFC U14’s Black in the Hampshire cup in a tightly contested game finishing 5 goals to 4 Vs Clanfield Youth U14 Black. Goals came from Leo Penna (2), Jake Bartlett (1), Bradley Robinson (1) and Travis Reed (1). Fin Montieth was named MOTM.  

This week came with a bigger challenge with the squad depleted due to illness as they started the league campaign in Division three against Marchwood Rangers Youth U14. It started well with a quick goal from Travis Reed however Marchwood took control of the first half scoring in quick succession which saw the Blacks losing at half time 1 - 8. Salisbury regrouped reverting to a standard 4-4-2 formation and were back playing the attractive football seen last season. A much better half saw Bradley Robinson net 2 sublime goals both from outside the penalty area. Marchwood also scored 2 in the second half which left the final score 3 goals to 10. There is certainly work to be done on the training ground this week however the second half showed positive signs as the new talent signed over the summer integrated well with the existing squad. Travis Reed was named MOTM.   

The Blacks are delighted to announce that Ellen Morgan-Reed has agreed to join the coaching team with immediate effect. Ellen brings with her strong coaching skills having managed Amesbury Tigers over the past 3 years leading them to league success last season. 

Salisbury U13 began their first 11 a side season with a victory over Sarum Youth

The whites played some good football, sticking to the formation they have worked on in preseason. Lots of communication and hard work and the main positive, the boys having smiles on their faces at the end of the match.

Goals from Dylan Beauchamp, Finley Roberts, Archie Ford, Callum Young, Lewis Young. and Tom Doran shows there are goals from all over the pitch.

Many thanks to Sarum Youth for their hospitality

Whites under 12’s begin competitive football with a bang.

Following a successful summer of tournament wins and pre-season friendlies the Salisbury FC under 12's kicked off their season in the Southampton Tyro league division One with a convincing 9-1 win over Littleton Juniors Youth under 12's. Starting their season on a lovely pitch at Hunts Farm near Romsey, the players gave a very good display of fast flowing football, resulting in Hatricks for Dylan Roocroft, Callum Ginger and Max Spiller.

Mini Soccer Round up.

 Salisbury U10's played a very competitive and entertaining game against Hiltingbury Hawks today. Both sides gave a brilliant account of themselves, the action was end to end, with some terrific football in heavy conditions. Orlando got his season off and running with a well taken goal, Barnaby then followed up with a fine individual run and finish. Hiltingbury responded well and got a late consolation and reward for their hard work. Great effort boys. 

Salisbury FC U9 continued their dream start to the season with an excellent performance against Winchester despite injury setbacks. Game 3 and everyone can boast a goal to their name for the season, including our keeper Elliot! COYW! 


Today's game saw our young U8 whites travel to South Wonston to play South Wonston Swifts. It was an early start and the whites started on the front foot, looking well organised with Joseph Greenyer as captain leading the way. The team worked really hard for each other and played some great football at times. Great passing and movement that we've been working on in training.

Everyone had a great game and Harry Turner played a vital part by being able to pick out top passes leading to some exciting team goals. Man of the match went to Charlie Leeson for a great performance and working so hard. We'd like to thank South Wonston Swifts for having us today. We wish you luck for the rest of the season and look forward to seeing you again

It was Broughton away next for Salisbury FC U8 Black in this morning's game. Salisbury found it hard breaking down a packed defence in the first 10 mins but great creativity from Josh-aj Jeffrey, Charlie Barrett and Taylor Dunn eventually unlocked the Broughton defence giving Warren Downing and Theo Crew to find the net on occasion. With Salisbury in control Broughton started the second half with 6 players on the pitch which was intended to even the game which was thanked by the Broughton coach and parents. Another excellent performance from the young whites who continue their impressive start to the new season. Man of the match went to Theo Crew who put on a captain's performance. COYW


The Southampton Cup Finals Day At The Ray Mac

This Saturday morning Salisbury FC host the finals for the U14 boys in the inaugural Southampton Cup.

The week long tournament has two under 14 sections the academy and the premier for elite grass roots football clubs. Salisbury FC are proud to be the chosen venue for what will be a feast of football and on show will be some of the best players from some of the biggest names in world football. With clubs like FC Porto, Chelsea, Southampton, Deportivo La Coruna, Uniao of Brazil and Dinano Zagreb amongst the academy teams left in the tournament and still in with a chance as it heads to the quarter finals on Thursday. An update will be published on Friday when the finalist are known.

The Academy quarter finalist.  




The Premier Section

The Premier section see's our very own U14 combined teams made up from 16 players from Mark Winter's and Niall Jamison's and Ed Searles squads, hoping they will make it through tomorrows semi final against Sholing FC being held at Test Park in Southampton. The winners will face the winner of the other semi final, Canadian side Kelowna United or Saints Kicks.

No matter who of the 12 teams left in the tournament make it through to the final two matches on Saturday, we know it will feature football of the highest standards, played out as the whole week has been on a perfect playing surface. Credit must go to grounds man Mark Savage for the pitch, it was chosen over other venues for these prestigious finals of what Saints hope will become one of the biggest annual international tournaments for youth football in the UK.

The final is free admission to all adults and children of all ages. Come along and support the boys, you never know the next Messi or Ronaldo may be out there playing right in front of your eyes.

Gates open 9:00am

Premier Cup Final K.O is 9:30am

Academy Cup Final K.O is 11:00am

Refreshments and hot food and drinks will be available. Is there a better place to have your breakfast this Saturday than the Ray Mac.


The Raymond McEnhill Stadium
Partridge Way
Old Sarum

Under 18 Trials for Salisbury FC

Salisbury Football Club are delighted to announce trials for our successful under 18's side.

The squad competes in the South West Counties Youth League. In the 2016/17 season the side also enjoyed a successful run in the FA Youth cup to the first round proper where only a last gasp winner for Swindon town denied the young whites a replay.

Salisbury FC provides a pathway for talented players that want to not only stay in football, but also still have ambitions of progressing into the pro, or semi pro game. Our under 18's also have the opportunity to stake a claim for selection to our U23 squad and ultimately first team football. 4 players from the squad made their 1st team debuts in Steve Claridges squad during the 16/17 season.  

The trials will be held at Bulford recreation ground, Watergate lane, Bulford SP4 9DY. They commence Tuesday 20th June from 7pm - 8:30pm and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday for the foreseeable future.

Richard Rendall and Mark Sommerton are keen to look at players in all positions including goal keeper.

In the first instance interested players should book a place by contacting manager Richard Rendall on the below contact details

Mobile 07767 839890

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