Thursday, 05 May 2016 20:00
Scholarship open trials at St Neots Town FC in Partnership with Stevenage FC Wednesday 25th May 2016 Open to all post 16 year old students who wish to pursue a career in football and desire a clear pathway through to League football opportunities. For more information and to register your interest please call our Director of Football, Iain on 07970 851511  
Thursday, 28 April 2016 08:53
Academy Presentation Evening Friday May 13th 7.00pm for 7.30pm start 1st Team Presentation Evening Saturday May 14th 7.00pm for 7.30pm startEveryone Welcome to come along for a beer and a boogie and celebrate a fantastic year for the club.
Tuesday, 22 March 2016 16:28
The first of our Academy and Scholarship squads departed the Premier Plus Stadium this afternoon, heading for Catalunia, to take part in the Barcelona Cup. Academy manager Andy Davies, along with coaches Tom Spark, Mo Hung and Ben Yeomans boarded the double decker coach, along with over 50 players and parents and begun their 18 hour trip to the Costa Dorada. They will be joined by the rest of the squads who are flying out on Thursday and will all enjoy a tour around the Camp Nou, home of Barcelona FC, before the tournament begins on Friday morning and runs through the Easter weekend, with the party returning home on Sunday / Monday. To the right is a photograph taken with all the boys who were travelling by coach to Spain. Please join us in wishing all the lads an enjoyable and successful trip.  
Monday, 21 March 2016 11:23
Academy Sponsor Mick George has launched a new initiative to help provide funds for The Mick George Academy and Scholarship Programme at ST Neots Town FC.  Last season we purchased 3k worth of new balls, Bibs, Goals, Netting, Training equipment etc which were issued to all academy sides and the Scholarship teams!! Please use the unique STNEOTS10 code when ordering any Mick George Product on line and help us raise much needed funds for our youth and development teams. Thank You  
Tuesday, 15 March 2016 11:08
  Thurlow Nunn League KO Cup   ST NEOTS TOWN U18   4   ST IVES TOWN U18     1              The all-in Thurlow Nunn League KO Cup is being staged much later this season so this was just a first round tie which resulted in a victory for St Neots. Coincidentally the result reversed by the same score a victory by St Ives at the Premier Plus Stadium in the Hunts County Cup earlier in the season.The two sides are now in different Divisions of the league and both are comfortably mid-table as the season nears its conclusion. The victory was as comfortable as the final score line suggests with St Neots dominant for much of the match.   The first half was played out at breakneck speed as St Neots were in front after just seven minutes when the tricky Claudio Ofosu turned his marker before firing in a narrow angled shot that took a slight deflection beyond goalkeeper Jordan Mitchell.  Seven minutes later only a fine save by Mitchell denied Ofosu a second goal after neat work by Chris Lewis. St Ives approach play looked good but their attacks all seemed to fall down on the edge of their opponents’ penalty area and Mitchell once again rescued his side with a smart save to deny Chris Lewis after unselfish play by the impressive Erhan Nurettin. However, after 32 minutes the lead was doubled when Shae Humphrey fed Ofosu and he set up Chris Lewis for the second St Neots’ goal. St Ives only real opening came from a Bailey Pillin free kick but that was deflected for a corner. St Neots skipper Isaac Clark had a header from a Charlie Lewis corner cleared off the line as St Neots continued to press and then Adam Parmenter almost put through his own goal as he attempted to clear a Ben Southwood shot.     St Ives competed better after ther restart but still struggled to create clear openings although George Reader tested Evan Jeckells from distance. A Humphrey shot was pushed for a corneer and an effort by Sam Davidson suffered the same fate at the other end. Mitchell produced the save of the match pushing a dipping shot from Ofosu over the bar as he tumbled backwards and then he saved well from man of the match Nurettin. After 70 minutes from a Charlie Lewis corner Jordan Heywood headed wide but three minutes later in a repeat move Heywood gort his name on the score shhet with a powerful headed finish. With thirteen minutes left St Ives did get a late breakthrough when Jeckells at full stretch could only push away an Evan Smith cross and Sam Davidson followed in to net but this proved too little too late as the ebulliant Claudio Ofosu had the final word with a 90th minute individual goal to complete the scoring.       St Neots: Jeckells, Humphrey, Heywood, Rudman, Clark, Lewis (Charlie), Lewis (Chris), Nurettin, Ofosu, Southwood, Bevan   Subs used:  Gooderham, Theodoulou, and Riley.   Cards: Ofosu Y – 75)   Goals (St Neots):  Ofosu 2 (7mins & 90 mins), Chris Lewis (32mins), Heywood (73 mins)       John Walker  
Monday, 14 March 2016 11:28
Our Under 18s are in action this evening when we entertain St Ives Town U18's in the First Round of the Thurlow Nunn League Youth Cup. Kick Off is at 19:45 and admission is FREE OF CHARGE
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 10:53
  Trial Dates: Wednesday 6th April 2016   Registration 10.30am registration or an 11.00am Start   Venue:   St Neots Town FC NB: Trials will be held on the 3G astro     Academic Presentation Wednesday 6th April @ 1pm Immediately after the open trials   Educational options: Btec Level 2 , Btec Level 3 Extended National Diploma, A Levels English and Maths GCSE Re-sits available For more academic information please contact Mike Bond Call 01480 374748 or email \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     To register your interest email  \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    or call Iain on 07970851511        
Saturday, 27 February 2016 09:58
We are pleased to announce that scholars Claudio Ofosu, Zak Rudman, Erhan Nurettin and Shae Humphrey have all joined Haverhill Rovers (Step 5) on loan. Please join us in wishing the lads all the very best of luck as they hopefully get regular game time at a decent standard. Well done boys.
Thursday, 25 February 2016 19:47
  Thurlow Nunn Youth Cambridge Division    MILDENHALL TOWN U18       0       ST NEOTS TOWN U18      2              In their penultimate away league match of the season St Neots turned in a thoroughly efficient performance with a goal in each half to deservedly return home with all three points. Mildenhall are a better side than their league position suggests and they will consider themselves unlucky not to have got some reward for their performance on a bitterly cold evening. The visitors gave little away in defence and competed well in midfield with a young side many of whom will still be eligible at this age group next season. As a bonus this victory avenged a league Cup reversal on this ground two years ago. The home side began well enjoying an early spell of possession but they failed to test the visiting goal and St Neots broke out after seven minutes for Shae Humphrey to be brought down on the edge of the Mildenhall area but Charlie Lewis’ free kick failed to get the touch it required at the far post. The home side should have taken advantage of a searching Jack Butler cross but Dan Ryan headed well wide and then home keeper Kieran Petty produced a diving save to push away an effort by Claudio Ofosu. St Neots were now dictating play and after half an hour Petty produced the save of the match full length to keep out a low shot from Humphrey. However, the pressure paid off and sixty seconds later the home defence failed to deal with a right wing corner and Owen Bevan drove the ball through a crowd of players into the net to put the visitors in front. Chris Lewis almost extended the lead with a narrow angled shot that found the side netting and a late effort for Mildenhall by Marcio Pereira produced a comfortable save by Evan Jeckells. After the break St Neots brought on the lively Erhan Nurettin in midfield and he began to control play with his pace and inventive passing. He was involved in both moves that saw Humphrey shoot narrowly wide and James Theodoulou send a long range effort well wide. Mildenhall raised their game and began temporarily to have the better of the possession but St Neots always looked dangerous on the break with Petty having to save with his feet to deny Ofosu before Bevan sent a dipping effort narrowly over the bar. Humphrey then saw a shot rebound from a post and utilising their substitutes St Neots looked comfortably in control in the latter stages of the game. Ten minutes from time they clinched the result with a well created second goal. There was some hesitation in the home defence and Ben Southwood nipped in to beat both a defender and the goalkeeper to a bouncing ball to loop a shot under the bar for the second goal.   St Neots: Jeckells, Hutchins, Theodoulou, Lewis (Charlie), Clark, Rudman, Humphrey, Gooderham, Bevan, Lewis (Chris), Ofosu Subs used:  Nurettin, Southall, Beavis, Fisher. Cards: none Goals (St Neots):  Bevan (31 mins), Southall (80 mins)   John Walker  
Monday, 22 February 2016 17:11
  An open letter to all Primary Schools   Key stage One/Two PE Supports and After school  Multi-Sports Provision   Partnership Opportunities with St Neots Town FC/St Neots Learning and Sports Academy   Who we are and what we can offer. We are St Neots Learning and Sports Academy,  the educational arm of St Neots Town FC. Based in our new classrooms on site at the football club, we run a football scholarship programme that is open to both boys and girls and is aimed at post 16 year old students. We work in partnership with The SNLP (Longsands and Ernulf academy schools) who deliver all academics onsite at the football club. This we believe is the very best educational pathway for our scholars, the feeling that they have left school when in fact they are being tutored by school teachers from the local Academy school.   Over the last few years we have taken scholars into Primary Schools to help support PE lessons and after school Multi-sports. As a result of this free support we now work in partnership with Huntingdon Primary School delivering Key stage1/2 PE lessons and multi sports after school clubs and have had fantastic feedback from all concerned. There is now a charge for this,  however,  we offer considerably more than other providers and we charge considerably less. It's been wonderful to watch the confidence of our scholars grow under the harshest critics of a key stage one child learning how to play tag rugby. The interaction between pupil and scholar has put a smile on everyone's face. We like to form partnerships with everyone we work with, how this partnership works and how it's structured is largely determined by you and your staff. You see we could offer a fairly rigid package that ticks all the boxes you require to give your pupils the experiences which taking part in sport should provide and ensure that you, as a school tick, all the right boxes as well, however we view it slightly differently. We believe to have flexibility is essential because it allows us to explore avenues of support and interaction with your school and more importantly your pupils  that you haven't even considered was possible or available by using a sports provider. The sky really is the limit. An example: Huntingdon Primary school  have booked a day trip to come over to the football club. While here they will have lessons in Maths and English (in our new classroom unit) and then participate in multi- sports  on the 3G astro as well as accessing our new kids party rooms and having a grand tour of the stadium.  There are no additional costs involved because to us, this is what a partnership is all about.  In a nut shell what we believe we can offer is pretty unique with a multitude of benefits to you and your pupils. Remember, we are very much open to any ideas you may have that will enhance what we could offer and therefore benefit your school and its pupils.    Interested in finding out more?  Call Lee on  07970 624134  or  Iain  on  07970 851511 or email   \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
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