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Apr 16, 2014

The game against West Midlands will be at Wulfrunians Castlecroft Stadium on 28th of April, the day that pupils return to school from the Easter break.


Castlecroft Stadium
Castlecroft Road

All 21 players nominated below need to confirm their availability with team manager Gary Spruce by Thursday, 24th April using the usual email ...
the nominated 16 players should arrive at the ground in Wolverhampton between 6.00 - 6.15pm in readiness for a 7.00pm KO

2 BOWMAN Dominic
4 FOX Morgan
6 WOOTEN Lewis
8 CANDLIN Mitchell
9 WARA Scott
10 DUNNING Jacob
11 BROWN Jackson
12 COOPER Jamie
13 GLOVER Adam

STANDBY - non travelling reserves

Res ARDEN Jack

Apr 15, 2014

Staffordshire Under 18 boys progressed to the final of the Midland Counties federation Final after recording a 2-1 win against Humberside. The game was played at Stafford Town FC in near perfect conditions and despite having to wait due to the late arrival of Humberside, Staffordshire started very strongly.

Staffordshire's possesion game was working well and Alex Curtis caused panic in the Humberside rearguard every time he was in possession of the ball. Sam Golden was put through on goal with an exquisite pass from Liam Haycock but in trying to round the keeper he was crowded out and the chance had gone. Staffordshire continued to press and the odd flurry of activity in their own half was more than competently dealt with by a strong Staffordshire back line,

It came totally against the run of play when Humberside took the lead. Staffordshire were found wanting for the first time and poor decision making allowed Humberside to lead with a well taken goal. This knocked the confidence of the Staffordshire players and the welcome relief of the half time whistle allowed the management team an opportunity to iron out the minor gliches which had resulted in the first half deficit.

The first half of the second half was nip and tuck with both teams creating and spurning chances but Staffordshire levelled with a well worked goal finished clinically by Sam Golden. This was the fillip Staffordshire needed and substitute Louis Downes, who was having a greater influence on the game, scored the Staffordshire second goal with 8 minutes remaining.

Cue an aerial barrage from Humberside who threw the ball into the Staffordshire box at every opportunity and from every angle. Staffordshire stood strong and saw the game out winning 2-1 in a very keenly fought encounter.

Apr 9, 2014

The under 18 boys take on Humberside in the MCF semi final tomorrow night with a final waiting for the winners of Derbyshire or Shropshire.

Tomorrows game is at Stafford Town FC with a 6-00pm KO scheduled. Admission is £2adults and £1 concessions.

Apr 4, 2014
The Under 18 MCF semi Final will take placeat Stafford Town FC on Thursday 10th of April 6-00pm KO.
Players should report to the ground no later than 5-00pm and usual dress code applies. Admission will be £2 adults and £1 for concessions.
The winners of the tie will have Derbyshire or Shropshire in the Final.
Manager Mark Culverhouse has named the following squad;
  • Alex Bushe
  • Harvey Collins
  • Bobby Glencorse
  • Alex Scott
  • Kalem Betts
  • Adam Roberts
  • Jordan Williams
  • Jake Lloyd
  • Sam Golden
  • Liam Haycock
  • Alex Curtis
  • Kyle Staunton
  • Louie Downes
  • Jimmy Harper
  • Tom Brindley
  • Callum Street
  • Billy Thorley
  • Apr 3, 2014

    The FA did not live up to their promise and open the funding window on the 1st of April. There is also a new link



    Get your applications in before this window closes so that as many schools as possible are readily equiped for the start of next season. The Premiere league window for applications for a new playing kit has just opened details are on the football foundation website in the funding section.

    Apr 1, 2014

    Staffordshire Schools FA under 18 Schools will host Humberside Schools in the semi final of the MCF cup at Stafford Town FC with a 6-00pm KO.

    Staffordshire earned the right to host the semi final by winning the western division of the competition whilst Humberside by losing 3-1 at homw to Derbyshire in their final fixture finished as runners up in the Eastern Division on goal differnence.

    Admission charges will be £2 and concessions at £1.

    Manage mark Culverhouse will name his squad in the next 48 hours.

    Mar 27, 2014
    The manager of the Under 15 squad Bailey Evans gives a dugout view as a match report below
    Mar 17, 2014

    The next window for applications for funding 50% of the cost of goalposts for 9v9 funding is the 1st of April. Only the FA could have chosen that day. All under 12 football next season will be 9v9 so make sure that you get your application in early if you have not got goals already.

    The above is the relevant reference for applications. If schools need advice then please contact the website.

    Mar 17, 2014


    Staffordshire Schools Football Association Cup final Dates

    All matches at Stafford Town FC

    U12 Final

    St Edwards Middle v De Ferrers  Tuesday 1st April KO 5-30pm

    Under 13 Final

    Landau Forte Amington v De Ferrers Tuesday 1st April KO 6-45pm

    Under 14 Final

    Repton v Cheslyn Hay Tuesday 29th April KO 5-30pm

    Under 15 Final

    Painsley v Cheslyn Hay  Tuesday 29th April KO 7-00pm

    Under 16 Final

    Sir Thomas Boughy v King Edward VI Stafford Tuesday 8th April  KO 6-45pm

    Under 18 Final

    Landau Forte v Codsall Tuesday 8th April KO 5-00pm

    Under 13 Girls Final

    De Ferrers v Clayton HS Monday 31st March KO 5-30pm

    Under 16 Girls

    St Margaret Ward v Landau Forte QEMS Monday 31st March KO 6-45pm

    Mar 10, 2014

    Our very own Anna King, a pupil at Wolgarston School in Penkridge, made her debut for England in an Under 15 Invitation International against the Republic of ireland at Maidstone United FC's Gallagher Stadium on Saturday. Anna started the game and was absolutely rock solid as the right full back. As an Association we can be extremely proud of Anna as she follows in the groundbreaking footsteps of Milly Elson and Holly Gibson who were the first Staffordshire girls selected to represent their country last year.

    Girls can only be selected if they play County Football but a large share of the credit has to go to the Stoke City centre of excellence who have been instrumental in the progress and development of all three girls. The sound working relationship between the two organisations is certainly paying dividends for the girls and long may it continue.

    A match report is on the ESFA website at