Friday, 17 November 2017 15:07
  St Neots Town FC are excited to announce that Leaders estate agents are the latest business to join the St Neots Town FC Business Partnership initiative.  Lee Kearns said: " We've been in dialogue with Leaders for a number of months about how we can work together to help promote both businesses. It's important that any Business that joins our BPI makes the most of what we have to offer them. I'm looking forward to working with Henry and the team at Leaders Huntingdon in what I'm sure will be a very proactive and positive partnership"     Local estate agent Leaders are delighted to confirm it is now sponsoring St Neots Town FC. Leaders are based in Huntingdon, from where a team of property specialists offer a range of sales, lettings and buy-to-let services. Led by Branch Manager Rebecca Underwood, the team at Leaders are committed to delivering exceptional customer service and industry-leading insight and expertise to all sellers, landlords, buyers and tenants. Anybody thinking of moving in Huntingdon, St Neots or across Cambridgeshire is invited get in touch to find out how Rebecca and the team can help. Contact Leaders in Huntingdon on 01480 300992 or visit   We would like to thank Leaders for their support and we cannot wait to start working with them.  
Friday, 17 November 2017 14:26
  With the loss of our very good friend, Brian Pepper, who sadly passed away earlier this year, the Club is very honoured to unveil The Brian Pepper Cup   This will be presented annually to the "Team of the year". The team will be selected from all Academy/Scholarship teams, Vets, Reserves and First team by a panel of individuals that will include The Director of Football, Academy Staff, First team staff and selected Supporters.     Lee Kearns commented:   "Having got to know Brian over the last few years I get the feeling that he would be both humbled and at the same time, a little bit chuffed.  Brian was a good friend to all at St Neots Town FC and I really enjoyed my chats with him. Thank you Jane for allowing us to remember Brian in such a fantastic way"  
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 15:48
  UPCOMING MATCH PREVIEW On Saturday, our scheduled away Southern League fixture is at Banbury United.   The Puritans have recently caught the headlines by becoming a supporters-owned Club and appointing a new Chairman.   They are currently eleventh in the league table, one place ahead of St Neots on goal difference but with two matches in hand. In midweek Banbury should have been involved in an FA Trophy replay when they were due to host Farnborough, but the majority of the visiting team failed to arrive because of a motorway closure and the match was abandoned.   That is now expected to be rescheduled next midweek postponing yet another Banbury league fixture. Banbury were promoted back to the Southern League in 2000 as Hellenic League Champions after a spell at Step Five of the National League System.   In the past few seasons they have struggled and in 2014/15 was relegated to the South and West Division but bounced back after just one season at Step Four.   They returned in impressive style last season finishing sixth in the table – just five points shy of a play-off place. They began the current season with a flourish topping the table for the first month, but since then their home record has let them down. They last won at home in the league on 26th August and they have won just two of eight league matches at home but have won six of eight away!   In the FA Cup Banbury defeated Tiverton Town and Thatcham Town before losing at home to Shildon in the Third Qualifying Round and in the League Cup, Banbury were beaten in a first-round tie on penalty kicks away at lower graded Didcot Town after a 2-2 draw. In eight league meetings with St Neots, Banbury have won three matches, drawn one and lost four but last season for the first time they competed a league double over St Neots winning 2-1 at Banbury and 4-1 at the Premier Plus Stadium where Jevani Brown scored our consolation goal.       John Walker  
Wednesday, 01 November 2017 17:04
Please join us on Saturday 2nd December 2017 and sample a great selection of Cheeses, biscuits, chutney and Wines in a relaxing atmosphere among great company. This will be followed by a disco - only £12.00 a ticket   Tickets can be purchased either on-line at: or alternatively by contacting LOUISE on07753 222683    
Wednesday, 18 October 2017 20:16
We are extremely honoured to announce that the terrace behind the goal at the northern end of the stadium has been renamed the Graham Izzard Stand, In memory of Graham, husband of Club Vice President and Fixtures Secretary Marian Izzard. This touching tribute, to a lovely man who is greatly missed by all who knew him, was arranged by his family and a short ceremony was held prior to our home game with Weymouth on Saturday 14th October.
Monday, 02 October 2017 19:19
We are delighted to announce that RONAYNE MARSH-BROWN has this evening put pen to paper and signed for The Saints. Ronayne is a 32 year old defender who plays either at left back or centre half. Marsh-Brown started his career as a school boy at Brentford, before being offered professional contracts at Gillingham and Reading. However, he decided instead to go to Holland and join RKC Wallwijk under Martin Jol. Following three years in Holland, Ronayne moved on to Bruges in Belgium before returning to the English Football League with Crawley. Spells at Macclesfield and MK Dons under Paul Ince then followed, before moving into non-league with Welling, Maidenhead, Harrow Borough, Lewes and winning the Ryman Premier League with Sutton United. Ronayne then signed for Chalfont St Peter and more recently Bedford Town where he was also Assistant Manager until departing in early September. Manager Matt Clements added this evening: "We are really pleased to add depth and quality to our squad with Ronayne, he brings great experience both on and off the pitch. He's impressed us in training and fits the type of character we want and that's very important". Please join us in welcoming Ronayne to the Club and we hope his time with us is successful and enjoyable More good news coming out of the camp this evening as it has been announced that coach DAVID BRIDGES has also signed Southern League forms and will be registered as a player from this coming weekend.  
Friday, 29 September 2017 20:26
Michael Hyem has this evening signed for former club Godmanchester Rovers in a one month loan deal. Manager Matt Clements commented: "It has been agreed that Mike Hyem will go out for a month on loan to Godmanchester Rovers FC. Mike needs to play matches and within the last few weeks this hasn’t happened. We support Mike 100% and we both therefore agreed this is the best situation for him at this current time, to help him get fitter and sharper."    We all hope Michael benefits from this loan deal and gains the game time he deserves and wish him all the best for his time away. At the same time, we have taken young striker JOSH DAVISON on a one month loan from Skybet League One side Peterborough United. Josh will join up with the rest of the squad fro tomorrow's trip to Devon as we take on Tiverton Town.
Thursday, 28 September 2017 11:21
It has been agreed by a mutual and respectful decision that Lee Clarke has today left the club.  This is due to nothing more than the fact that Lee needs to play regular football and get more minutes on the pitch, something which can't be promised at this moment in time.  Manager Matt Clements added: " I would personally like to thank Lee for his class, experience, attitude and efforts in my time here. The word legend is banded around far to easily at times, but in this case, he definitely is a St Neots Town FC legend and the door will always be open at this club for him."  Please join us in thanking Lee and wishing him well for his future in and out of the game
Friday, 22 September 2017 19:38
We can confirm that striker DANNY WATSON has left the Club and has re-signed for his previous club, Barton Rovers. We would like to thank Danny for his efforts during his brief time with us and wish him well for the future.
Thursday, 21 September 2017 17:56
As revealed by the Hunts Post earlier this week, we are excited to announce that TOM MEECHAN has this evening completed Southern League forms and has joined the Saints in an initial one month loan deal. Tom joins us from National League North side Hungerford Town and trained with his new team mates this evening and will be available for selection for the forthcoming home games against Slough Town on Saturday and Royston Town on Tuesday. Striker Tom plundered 53 goals for Godmanchester Rovers during the 2014-15 season and was duly signed by St Neots Town the following season where he went on to score 21 times during that season before bagging a move into the pro game, earning a contract at Newport County. During his time at Newport, Tom was sent out on loan at Weston-Super-Mare and Hungerford Town, joining the latter in a permanent move when he was released by County at the end of the 2016/17 season. Please join us welcoming Tom back to The Saints and we hope his stay with us is a successful and enjoyable one
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