Sunday, 26 August 2018 14:32
St Neots Town are delighted to confirm that St Neots Interiors will be the front of the home shirt partners for season 2018/19. This will be the third consecutive season the Saints will have the St Neots Interiors brand on the front of the shirt as they return to the quarters so popular with players and supporters alike. St Neots Interiors Proprietor Stuart Currington commented  "We are delighted to be first team sponsors for a third year. St Neots Interiors has grown significantly since our partnership started, we look forward to the upcoming season on and off the pitch. Come on you Saints!"   Barry Cavilla, Chairman of St Neots Town added "We are so pleased to have a prestigious St Neots brand on the front of our home shirts. Stuart Currington and St Neots Interiors have been superb club partners and we are pleased this will be continuing this season on this fantastic new shirt."   Saints will be making the shirt available to supporters as part of a new retail offering and will be making an announcement on this in the coming weeks.
Thursday, 23 August 2018 18:46
UPCOMING MATCHES PREVIEW Following their two home fixtures St Neots have a very entertaining but challenging Bank Holiday weekend ahead of them.   On Saturday a trip to Norfolk to face old adversaries Kings Lynn Town and on Monday a very attractive home fixture with AFC Rushden and Diamonds the visitors. Lynn began the season as one of the title favourites having narrowly missed out on promotion last season – beaten by Slough in the play-off final.   After a disappointing start to the season beaten at home by Biggleswade on the opening day, and away at Kettering in midweek, they travelled to Tamworth, just relegated from Step Two, and they got their season on track with a narrow 1-0 victory.   St Neots Southern League record at The Walks is excellent win a win and two draws in three visits- however at home they have lost two out of three.   Last season Lynn featured two former Saints in their line up – Tom Ward and Ryan Hawkins.   The former moved on in the close season, but Ryan is likely to be looking to put one over on his former teammates at the weekend.   Lynn have a bye in the Southern League Cup whilst our lads welcome Bedford Town to the Premier Plus Stadium on September 4th.  The return match with Lynn is scheduled for Easter Saturday (20th April) – our last but one home fixture of the season. AFC Rushden & Diamonds promoted from Step Four at the end of last season and they began the season in style with an impressive 5-2 home victory over Redditch with former Saint Ben Farrell on the scoresheet.   Ben played for St Neots in the 2013/14 and 2014/15 seasons making 33 appearances plus five as substitute and scoring two notable goals – one at Arlesey in a 1-1 draw and the winner at Weymouth in a 2-1 victory.   Since the opening day Diamonds have twice been defeated – 1-0 away at Biggleswade and 2-1 away at Stourbridge.  The original Rushden & Diamonds were expelled from the Conference National on 11 June 2011; their unstable financial position meant they could not guarantee to complete all their fixtures in the 2011/12 season, and resulted in their dissolution.  Their way back to this level has been measured and organized and without a home began with as a groundshare at the ‘Dog and Duck’ – home of Wellingborough Town FC.  Now back in their spiritual home at Hayden Road in Rushden they have upgraded the facilities and regrown their loyal fan base – some of whom used to support our lads when they had no active team of their own.   John Walker        
Wednesday, 22 August 2018 13:57
In an effort to prepare his troops for the long season ahead, manager MATT CLEMENTS recently took the lads paintballing, a great way to promote teamwork and encourage togetherness and build team spirit. Matt and the boys were looked after superbly by our friends at Commando Elite Paintball and Airsoft and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them and we look forward to the next session after what was a fun filled , enjoyable day out. If you fancy having a go, contact COMMANDO ELITE by the following means: 64 Acre Paintball & Airsoft Centre with Clubhouse & Military Vehicles The perfect venue for your special event Monks Wood, Huntingdon Tel: 0771 435 1824 \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Friday, 17 August 2018 15:18
The Goldstraw Stand St Neots Town Football Club are excited to announce a new Business Partnership that will see the Main Stand renamed the Goldstraw Stand. The stand seats 250, including the executive and directors seating, plus the Press and media area and will carry the Goldstraw Goldsmiths brand for the 2018/19 season. Barry Cavilla- St Neots Town FC Chairman commented“We are delighted to welcome Paul Goldstraw and another prestigious St Neots brand to our growing family of partners. His commitment supports our vision for the club, growing both our business partner and supporter base. As a community club with an ambitious manager and exciting young team we need businesses like Paul’s to help us achieve our aims. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial business partnership with Goldstraw Goldsmiths”     Paul Goldstraw (Proprietor) of Goldstraw  Goldsmiths said “Goldstraw Goldsmiths are proud to be associated with St Neots Town FC. Thanks to the people of St Neots, Goldstraw Goldsmiths has grown and flourished, and this is a small way for us to share our success and hopefully help The Saints fulfil their potential in the 2018-2019 season". Why not give them a visit by clicking here:
Friday, 17 August 2018 12:32
Business Partner announcement GESS Arena St Neots Town FC are excited to announce that GESS have agreed to continue to support St Neots Town FC by re-negotiating and renewing their sponsorship of the clubs brand new 3G astro.  The GESS Arena is now a state of the art, first class facility that not just benefits the club but also its youth partners and is also widely used by Primary Schools, walking Football and many more as part of the clubs Gift of use Community Support Programme.   Barry Cavilla - St Neots Town FC Chairman commented “We are delighted that Gess Scaffolding Services have commited to be partners to the newly refurbished Arena for a further three years. Their commitment supports a new era for the club with a new board of directors, an ambitious young manager and team playing in a newly restructured League, with a commitment to become a sustainable, successful, community football club. “ Martin Hicks, Managing Director of Gess Scaffolding Services stated “We are extremely proud to be Partners with St Neots Town FC for another 3 years at such an exciting time for the Club. We are based in St Neots and the majority of our staff live here, so it’s great to be involved with the Arena which provides such a first class facility for both the Club and the surrounding community!”
Thursday, 16 August 2018 08:14
New 3G Astro at St Neots Town FC As most are aware we have now completed the new 3G installation at St Neots Town FC however suffice to say that most are not aware of the huge amount of effort and cooperation that has gone on behind the scenes to ensure that the club can continue to provide a first class facility for all footballers  both young and old to enjoy. The club would firstly like to thank Mick George who gifted 50k via their Grantscape scheme towards the replacement of the carpet without which the project would never have got off the ground let alone have been completed.  This is not an isolated contribution from  Mick George who work with and support  a vast amount of local sports and community initiatives. Thank you from everyone associated with St Neots Town FC. The club would also like to thank Huntingdon District Council and in particular Martin Grey who's support over the last 12 months has been fantastic. Once again without Martin and Hunts DC the project to replace the 3G Astro would never have come to fruition. These two partners have, together with the club and the money raised, ensured that football and the clubs gift of use initiative will continue to grow and expand at Rowley Park. We would also like to announce that the club and Huntingdon District Council made a decision to gift the old Astro to several good causes.   Thus far Godmanchester Primary School (2040 sq M) Round House (reserved) Crosshall Primary School (Reserved) Peterborough Football and Sports Development Foundation (96 sq M) Eynesbury Rovers (2040 sq M)
Monday, 13 August 2018 12:26
The Club can confirm today that Coach DAVID BRIDGES has joined Skybet League 2 outfit Lincoln City. DAVID leaves the Saints to take up the position of Head of Coaching at the Imps in what he quite rightly described as "an opportunity I had to take" Joining us last season as a coach, DAVID decided to pull on the boots and ended the 2017/18 season with 19 starts - 6 substitute appearances and scoring 5 goals and was instrumental in helping his team secure the Hunts FA Senior Cup - scoring two goals as we swept aside Eynesbury Rovers in the showcase final. Please join us in thanking DAVID for his time with us as both coach and player and we wish him all the very best of luck in his new position
Monday, 13 August 2018 09:40
UPCOMING MATCHES PREVIEW By coincidence St Neots’ first two home league fixtures this season are against sides they have faced in National competition.   The reorganisation of Steps Three and Four of the National League system have thrown together clubs that have climbed the pyramid and are now competing in the FA Trophy rather than in the lower competition.    First up on Tuesday evening is a visit by Bedworth Town.   We first played Bedworth in our first season at Step Four in the Southern League Central Division and they were one of only three teams to beat us at the Premier Plus Stadium that season.   We were both promoted and the following season we got our revenge.   Bedworth were then relegated but returned to the Premier Division and made a return trip here in 2015/16 when the points were shared.    Our FA Trophy meeting in the same season resulted in a 2-0 victory for St Neots with goals from Matt Mitchell-King and Shane Blackett.   A historical note is that Claudio Ofosu made his full senior debut for St Neots in that Trophy match three years ago. On Saturday we welcome Rushall Olympic for our first ever league meeting and their first visit to St Neots.   We did play at Rushall in the FA Vase in the 2001/02 season in the fourth round of that competition – a run in that competition only to be equalled by St Neots on one further occasion before transferring to the FA Trophy.    Rushall is a village located in Walsall – another place with great cup memories for St Neots Town (first round proper 1966/67) and they feature in the Southern League for the first time this season after a period in the Northern Premier League pyramid.   Rushall, like St Neots, were part of the Step Three shake up for this season with our visitors making that lateral move from the Northern Premier League pyramid to our new joint home for the current season.   Their best league performance was in 2012/13 when they finished sixth in the Premier Division of the Northern Premier League just missing out on the play-offs.   They have reached the fourth Qualifying Round of the FA Cup on three occasions – the most recent in 2013/14 and they have won the Staffordshire Senior Cup on three occasions.   John Walker        
Friday, 10 August 2018 07:49
UPCOMING MATCH PREVIEW The Southern League kick off this weekend looks very different from last season with St Neots in a division of 22 teams rather than 24 last season.   St Neots are also in a newly constituted Midland Division of the league and of the 21 teams they face there are no fewer than twelve different opponents to those last time around.   Some of those St Neots have faced before in either league or Cup competition but they start by playing against familiar faces in two senses.   On Saturday St Neots travel to Stratford and the home side are expected to include two former Saints.   Nabil Shariff who played 26 times for Matt Clements’ side last season scoring 13 goals has opted to move on to play for their Warwickshire hosts, and he is likely to form a strike partnership with Lewis Wilson – a St Neots player the previous season who scored three times in thirteen starts before moving to play for Cambridge City in the lower division.   St Neots seem likely to include up to three new players in their line-up but will include Finn Iron in goal back on loan from Cambridge United.   St Neots record against Stratford is disappointing – they have failed to beat them in six meetings to date with four draws and two defeats including a 1-1 draw last season where a debut goal by Dion Sembie-Ferris pulled them back level to return home with a point.   Stratford finished fifteenth in the league table last season – three places but nine points adrift of St Neots.   John Walker        
Thursday, 09 August 2018 20:36
The Club are pleased to announce that this evening, DEVANTE STANLEY has agreed terms and will be playing for St Neots Town FC for the 2018/19 season. Devante joins us from Bedford Town after impressing during pre season where, most notably, he scored the equaliser in last Saturday's draw at Mildenhall Town. Devante can operate at either full back or as a winger.  Providing all the relevant paperwork is in place, he will join the squad for Saturday's trip to Stratford Town.   Please join us in welcoming Devante to the Club and as always, we hope your time with us is enjoyable and successful.  
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