Monday, 06 August 2018 16:28
As Matt Clements' team building nears completion, please join us in welcoming HARRY O'MALLEY, STEVAN SHAW and PRINCE MUTSWUNGUMA to the fold. Midfielder HARRY is of course no stranger to The Saints, having made a number of appearances last season at both right back and centre midfield, before his season was unfortunately cut short due to illness. Defender STEVAN joins us following his release from Cambridge United, as does winger PRINCE after both youngsters impressed during pre season. Please join us in wishing all three lads all the best for the forthcoming season which we hope will be both enjoyable and successful for all the players and supporters alike
Sunday, 05 August 2018 09:37
Just to confirm the stories on social media over the past couple of days that we have completed the signings of DANIEL OLANIRAN and goalkeeper FIN IRON Daniel joins us from Hitchin Town after helping the Canaries to secure the BIG FREE BET Southern League Knockout Cup last season and Fin rejoins us on an initial One Month Loan  from Cambridge United. Please join us in welcoming both lads to the Club and we hope your time with us will be enjoyable and successful.
Friday, 27 July 2018 16:34
As a thank you to the #BIGFOUR, who all brought their First Team squads to the Premier Plus Stadium this Pre Season, namely CAMBRIDGE UNITED, MK DONS, PETERBOROUGH UNITED and STEVENAGE FC, Season Ticket holders of these clubs will be able to watch The Saints in Evostik Southern League Premier Division Central action for just £5 this coming 2018/19 season On production of their Season Ticket at the turnstiles, supporters will be able to watch The Saints at a discounted rate in League action at the Premier Plus Stadium. ( National and local Cup competitions not included). We look forward to welcoming you all and giving you your football fix should your team be away or you simply can't make the game at your favoured Club.   
Wednesday, 25 July 2018 16:23
Business Partnership Eaton Socon FC St Neots Town FC and St Neots Learning and Sports Academy are very excited to announce that we are now working in partnership with Eaton Socon Football Club. Louise Spark, St Neots Town FC Director:   "The aim is for the two football clubs to work closely together on projects that are mutually beneficial,  this will range from joint fundraising activities,  Community Support programmes as well football development.  Both clubs offer something different but the underlying club ethos as well as the core portfolio are the same and this makes it very exciting for both clubs.  St Neots Town FC would like to go on record and thank Nev, the committee and First Team Manager Mark Garwood for giving us the opportunity to work with what we consider to be the very best local football club"     Nev Cooper, Eaton Socon FC Chairman:  "We've always had a great relationship with St Neots Town FC especially Iain, Lee and Louise so it's great to be working with these guys on a number of projects and initiatives...exciting times ahead" Please join us in welcoming Eaton Socon FC into the St Neots Town FC football family #WeAreSaints
Saturday, 21 July 2018 13:01
The Club are excited to announce that at training this morning, LEWIS IRWIN has signed for the club. No stranger to Saints fans after a very successful youth loan spell here last season from Northampton Town, LEWIS has returned to the Premier Plus Stadium to sign on for the Saints after his summer release from the Cobblers. Whilst here last season,  LEWIS made 12 full appearances and 3 substitute appearances, scoring 7 times in the process, a great return for the eighteen year old, before a hamstring injury cut short his stay. Manager Matt Clements added "We are delighted to bring Lewis back here, he is a fantastic talent and also a great character. He will add power, pace and quality to our already talented attacking options we have available here" Please join us in welcoming Lewis back to the Club and we wish him every success in his time with us in what we hope will be a fruitful and enjoyable period in his career.         
Wednesday, 18 July 2018 22:10
We are very pleased to announce that Mick George Ltd have agree to extend the partnership between themselves and St Neots Town FC into a fourth consecutive season. Read the press release from their website by clicking on the link below:
Sunday, 15 July 2018 19:23
  Welcome and thank you to our STEVENAGE FC Matchday Sponsors for their generosity and continued support:   MATCH SPONSORS:   MICK GEORGE Ltd    Mick George Ltd has grown to become one of the leading suppliers to the construction industry in the heart of East Anglia and East Midlands. Operating with a single tipper truck in 1978, the company’s commercial fleet size has now grown to be in excess of 350 HGV vehicles. We specialise in Bulk Excavation & Earthmoving Services, Demolition and Asbestos Removal, a wide range of Skip Hire and Waste Management Services and Aggregate & Concrete Supply, as well as our most recent Facility Management & Retail offering. With landfill sites, waste transfer stations and quarries spread geographically, we are able to offer bespoke, cost-effective solutions to commercial, trade and residential customers. Our in-depth industry knowledge and experience, plus an unwavering commitment to providing reliable and professional services, has led Mick George Ltd to become the number one choice.   Call us on 0800 587 332           If you are interested in becoming a Matchday Sponsor for future matches here at the Premier Plus Stadium, please read our Sponsorship and Advertising packages brochure by clicking below or simply contact our Commercial Director, Gary Atyes, on 07542 844256 or email  \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Saturday, 14 July 2018 19:25
Saturday saw St Neots Town entertain League One outfit Peterborough United in the latest of their pre season matches and gave another very good account of themselves with the full time Posh side having to wait until the second half to break the deadlock. On a sultry day at the Premier Plus Stadium, Steve Evans brought his full squad along, opting to give every available player minutes, they played a different eleven in each half and  he witnessed his side dominate for long periods in the first half but thanks to goalkeeper Dan Swan, the first half XI were left frustrated with new signing from Nottingham Forest, Scottish international Jason Cummings, twice being denied by the young shot-stopper. Cummings saw a close-range effort well saved by Swan who also kept out Siriki Dembele’s fierce effort from distance. Jason Naismith saw a powerful header go over the top after a patient Posh move while Mark O’Hara also went close after racing onto a clever pass from the lively Dembele. Midway through the first half, central defender Ryan Tafazolli came the closest to breaking the deadlock, his powerful left-footed effort cracked against the underside of the crossbar with Swan rooted to the spot. At the other end, goalkeeper Aaron Chapman only had routine stops to make, keeping out skipper Luke Knight and waving a Dylan Williams effort wide of the target. The hosts made a switch at the break with Harry O’Malley replacing Knight. The deadlock was broken three minutes after the re-start, Louis Reed playing a delightful ball over the top to Matt Stevens and his shot was well saved by Dan Swan, but the ball took a deflection off the very unfortunateTAYLOR PARR and found its way into the back of the net. The lead was doubled on 58 minutes as Morgan Penfold stabbed the ball past the advancing Swan and then rolled the ball into an empty net. It was 3-0 two minutes later as Matt Stevens continued his fine goalscoring pre-season by finishing from close-range after a good ball into the box by local boy Sam Cartwright. It was nearly 4-0 on 63 minutes as Joe Ward was denied by Swan from a tight angle and then Stevens saw an acrobatic overhead kick cleared off the line by Johnny Herd before Lloyd was pulled up for a dive in the box by the referee. Matt Stevens, who was a thorn in the side of the Saints during his loan spell with Kettering Town last season,  had the ball in the net again on 72 minutes following a fine Daniel cross but the offside flag was raised on the near side. He did, however, get his second goal of the game on 76 minutes and that was to be the end of the scoring in what had become a very hot, humid afternoon. Morgan  Penfold almost added to their tally when he sent a curling effort over the bar after a good cut back from Ward on 84 minutes after  Danny Lloyd had beaten his man down the left side. In Summary, A decent First Half performance against strong opposition, where chances for the home side were always going to be at a premium. These games have served great purpose in getting minutes into the players’ legs and getting them to work hard when not in possession of the ball, something the Saints spent long periods, particularly in the second half, doing today. Next game up for the Saints is a visit from League Two side Stevenage FC on Tuesday evening, kick off 7.45pm here at the Premier Plus Stadium. Claire Howes Photo Gallery can be found right here:   St Neots Town:  Swan, Miles, Herd, Knight©, Keeble, Parr, Sinclair, Peters, Sembie-Ferris, Williams, Ofofsu Substitutes Used: O’Malley, Fulianty, Alban, Mutswambuma, Shaw   Posh 1st half: Chapman, Naismith, Denton, Yorwerth, Tafazolli, Woodyard, Cooper, O’Hara, Godden, Cummings, Dembele. Posh 2nd half: O’Malley, Cartwright, Baldwin, Bennett, Daniel, Ward, Reed, Trialist, Lloyd, Penfold, Stevens. Subs not used: Marriott, Freestone.   Officials:  Josh Smith, Josh Crofts and  Jon Burrage Attendance: 471   Mike Green  
Thursday, 12 July 2018 19:01
  Welcome and thank you to our PETERBOROUGH UNITED Matchday Sponsors for their generosity and continued support:   MATCH SPONSORS:   GESS SCAFFOLDING SERVICES    We specialise in Commercial, Industrial and Domestic scaffolding and are able to advise, plan and design scaffolding solutions to meet your needs. We are dedicated to a timely completion of all projects large or small, long or short term and always go the extra mile to ensure client satisfaction. Our scaffolding specialists are committed to providing a 24 hour, 7 days a week service ensuring your project runs to schedule.Our head office is based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, with a dedicated team who are equipped to undertake multiple projects simultaneously.   tel:   01480 211 948              tel:   07703 828 326              \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     If you are interested in becoming a Matchday Sponsor for future matches here at the Premier Plus Stadium, please read our Sponsorship and Advertising packages brochure by clicking below or simply contact our Commercial Director, Gary Atyes, on 07542 844256 or email  \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 10 July 2018 15:31
Pre-Season Friendly St Neots Town   1  MK Dons  5 St Neots Town, of Step Seven of the national footballing pyramid, entertained League Two (Step four) MK Dons in a largely entertaining encounter at the Premier Plus Stadium and can be proud of their performance, particularly in the first half hour when the Saints’ attacking department really did pose their professional opponents back four some serious questions but  sadly couldn’t match the build up play with the same level of finishing. This was St Neots’ second of four prestige pre-season friendlies and their second game inside 36 hours following Saturday’s opener in the heat against Cambridge United and conversely, this was the first outing for our Buckinghamshire opponents as manager Paul Tisdale and assistant, one time Saints midfielder Matt Oakley, chose to give all of their First Team squad a run out, including new signing Robbie Simpson, who had arrived at the club at 4pm, by fielding completely different teams in each half. An golden early chance for Prince Mutswumbuma in front of goal went begging and three excellent crosses from the right flank from Dion Sembie-Ferris went unconverted as the Saint’s more than matched the Dons in the early period and the deadlock wasn’t broken until the 34th minute when Sam Nombe was found in space and was played in with a through pass. The linesman’s flag stayed down which allowed the striker to round the goalkeeper and finish into the empty net. The second goal arrived three minutes later when a free kick was taken short by striker Robbie Muirhead and laid off to Aidan Nesbit who dispatched a laser like low drive inside the near post, past the despairing efforts of home keeper Dan Swan and this sent the visitors back into the changing room with a healthy advantage. The Dons returned onto the green carpet with a completely different line up after the break and the Saints chose to make three changes of their own with keeper Swan replaced by fellow trialist Harry Reynolds, Harry O’Malley replacing the birthday boy James Peters and Matty Miles coming on for Prince Mutswumbuma and theSaints took advantage of their visitors reshuffling of the ranks after 50 minutes as Dion Sembie-Ferris got on the end of some neat inter-passing out wide on the left and struck a sweet shot which caught a slight deflection from a defender and looped over the top of Sietsma in the Dons’ goal to get his team firmly back into the game. Both teams continued to attack without adding to their tally and after 70 minutes, the tables were turned as the Dons took advantage of St Neots’ raft of substitutions which had taken place two minutes earlier as substitute Dylan Asonganyi was allowed to waltz through the centre of the pitch and unleash a spectacular drive from fully thirty yards into the top right hand corner of Reynolds’ goal to make the score 3-1. As in Saturday’s game versus Cambridge, fatigue was now taking its toll on the rapidly tiring St Neots boys and the visitors were awarded a penalty kick in the 86th minute after a hand ball by the returning to action James Peters and this was smashed home by Kieran Agard. The scoring was completed two minutes from time when another great strike, this time from George Williams, arrowed past Reynolds and into the near post net. Another good ninety minutes workout for the boys and now five days to prepare for  the upcoming visit of Peterborough United on Saturday   St Neots Town: Swan, Sinclair, Herd, Knight© Keeble, Parr, Mutswumbuma , Peters, Sembie-Ferris, Williams, Ofosu Substitutes used: Reynolds (GK), Shaw, Miles, Fulianty, O’Malley , Hudson, Alban, Williams (Tai) Goals: Sembie-Ferris (50)   MK Dons First-half : Nicholls; Brittain, Jackson, Walsh, Lewington (c); Cisse; Watson, Nesbitt; Pawlett; Muirhead, Nombe. MK Dons Second-half : Sietsma; Williams (c), Tapp, Moore-Taylor, Hancox; McGrandles; Kasumu (Simpson 77), Sole; D’Ath; Agard, Thomas-Asante (Asonganyi 63). Goals: Nombe (34), Nesbitt (37), Asonganyi (70), Agard (86 pen), Williams (88)   Officials: Josh Smith, Ashley List, Callum Walchester Attendance: 278 Mike Green      
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