15 January - Club of the Month

For the Third time this season, Sholing have been named Wessex Premier club of the month, this time for the December period.  The Boatmen were unbeaten.

22 November - Alex Zarrelli

Extremely sad & shocking news that Alessandro (Alex) Zarrelli has died following a road traffic accident on Sunday.  Alex (34) had very recently joined the club, making two appearances from the bench after a long career playing and coaching in Non League & Youth Football.  The club sends its deepest condolences to Alex's friends & family.  RIP Alex.

Dave Diaper posted on Facebook : I speak with a very heavy heart in the short time I knew Alex it was clear that he loved his football he would regularly phone me and talk about the success of the Club and how he hoped to be part of it. He was a likeable person who was very proud to mention to his dad that he was part of Sholing Football Club and he recently brought his dad to one of our games. You will be missed but not forgotten Alex RIP.

Club Captain, Byron Mason, posted on Instagram : Terrible news. We only knew him a short time, but enough to know he's a great guy. Thoughts are with his family from all the Sholing players.

19 November - Club of the Month

For the second time this season, Sholing have been voted the Wessex Premier Club of the Month. We had a 100% record in the month and the award was presented to Sholing Club President, Bill Boyle by Paul Scoble before our match against Baffins Milton Rovers.

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8 October - Youth Secretary

Message from Gerry Roberts, Sholing Chairman :

Following the unfortunate resignation of Sharon from the role of youth secretary, the club would like to make the following announcement.

Claire Paine has kindly agreed to temporarily step in and help Carly Kinsey steady the ship. Claire is a qualified accountant and will bring vast knowledge and experience to the club during this trying time.

We will shortly be arranging a meeting to discuss the way forward and all interested parties will be able to attend.

6 October - Physio Wanted

Sholing Under 18's are looking for a physio for match days. Home league games are played at the Universal Stadium on Sunday's. Good opportunity for someone training in Sports physiotherapy. Please contact team manager Gary Cassell to discuss 07966 114219

19 September - Slough Preview

This Saturday sees us make the relatively short trip to Slough Town to play them in the FA Cup 2nd Round Qualifying. Slough play in the National League South Division and are currently 7th in the League. This is one of the toughest draws we could of wished for and will certainly test the resolve and character of the whole squad.

Their 3G pitch will also be a disadvantage to us, but on the plus side, we played well & won on Hamworthy's in the last round and we should be able to pick from a full squad with Pete Castle completing his 3 match ban.

We are looking forward to the occasion and the opportunity to play against a Club with such an iconic history, which is clearly demonstrated by them appearing in the 2nd Round Proper of the FA Cup on no less than 8 occasions with the most recent being just last season.

We would much appreciate your support to back us at Slough. There is currently space on the coach, which leaves the ground at 11:15am. £10 per seat.

We will do our best to bridge the 3 level gap between the Clubs and after all, this is the FA Cup and you never know...

Dave Diaper

Information for visiting Slough Town

Admission prices are :

Adult (18-64) - £13
Concession (65+) - £9
Student (16-17, Student) - £5
Child (5-15) - £3 (12 year old and under must be accompanied by an Adult) 
Infant (0-4) - Free

The turnstiles and bar facilities will be open from around 13:30. Turnstiles 1 (Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy end) and 4 (St Joseph’s School end) will be open. Credit and debit cards may be used at Turnstile 4

Our matchday programme will be available at a cost of £2. Credit and debit cards are accepted at the turnstiles, club shop and main bar in the West Stand.

Please note that no smoking or vaping is permitted inside Arbour Park. Anyone wishing to smoke can get their hand stamped by a steward at the exit gates, and be allowed back in afterwards.


The West Stand (main stand) will have certain seats reserved for Slough Town season ticket holders. All other seats in the ground are unreserved and available at no extra charge.

Food & drink

The bar and kitchen area on the first floor of the West Stand, and the tea bar in the Club Room (ground floor) will be open to all supporters, selling a range of hot and cold food and drinks. The consumption of alcohol will be in accordance with competition rules, and we will not sell alcohol after 14:45


A number of unreserved parking spaces will be available for visiting supporters in the following car parks:

Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy (adjacent to Arbour Park) – There is a limited number of unreserved spaces here for all supporters, available on a first come, first served basis.

Arbour Park - There is a limited number of unreserved parking spaces elsewhere on the Arbour Park site for all other supporters. These spaces are not available until 30 minutes before kick-off and are on a first come, first served basis. Please follow the directions provided by parking stewards.

There is a limited number of unreserved marked Blue Badge parking spaces at Arbour Park, available on a first come, first served basis for Blue Badge holders. The post code for sat navs is SL2 5AY.

Directions to Arbour Park are available here: http://www.sloughtownfc.net/how-to-find-us

Off street parking is extremely limited - however there are a number of car parks within walking distance. We would strongly encourage supporters to car-share or travel by public transport where possible. The ground is conveniently situated approximately half a mile from the train and bus stations where plenty of car parking can be found (for more information: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9nC0MruyclrWlA1WWNmbWt4SXM). It takes approximately 15-20 minutes to walk from the station and the car parks.

11 September - Club of the Month

Following our 100% League Record and 3 other Cup victories in August, Sholing were named the Wessex League Premier Club of the Month!  Thanks to the Wessex Committee and most of all, to everyone at the club for helping us achieve a great start to the season.


20 June - Golf Day

Sholing FC 3rd Annual Golf Day! - We are now taking bookings for our popular Golf Day. This year taking place on Friday 21st Sept at Romsey Golf Club. To book, please contact : Ian Ritchie 07768 588526 or Greg Dickson 07496 80455 / secretary@sholingfc.com

Sholing Golf Day 2018

11 June - Season Tickets & Matchday Prices Frozen

Sholing have once again frozen the prices for both Matchday tickets and also Season tickets, for the upcoming 2018/19 season.  We will continue to offer "Football for a Fiver" every home game for adults and cheap prices for Seniors and Children.  There are also big discounts to be had by purchasing a Season Ticket and even bigger discounts if you take advantage of the "Early Bird" by purchasing one before 24th July!

Early Bird Discount (Before 24th July) : Adults £66, Over 60's/Disabled £30, Under 16 £20, U12 Free
Regular Prices After 24th July : Adults £85, Over 60's/Disabled £45, Under 17 £30, U12 Free

19 home games for just £3.47 per match (adults) and £1.58 per game for Over 60's! 

To purchase a season ticket, email or call Greg Dickson : secretary@sholingfc.com / 07496 8045555
Payment by Cheque (Payable to "Sholing FC") or Bank Transfer: Sort Code 30-99-87 / Account : 00513213

Download a Season Ticket Application Form by clicking here (automatically downloads)

First Team Matchday Prices
Adult : £5
Southampton FC / Eastleigh FC Season Ticket Holders (cards must be shown): £4
Over 60's : £4
Disabled : £4
Students (card must be shown) : £4
12 - 16 year olds : £3
Under 12 : Free (with fee paying adult)
Cup Matches : Sholing Season Ticket holders receive £1 off
Matchday Programme : £1.50
50/50 Raffle Ticket : £1

Development Squad Match Prices

Adult: £3
Concession: £2
Under 16: Free (with fee paying adult)

1 June - Sholing FC Code of Conduct


Football belongs to, and should be enjoyed by, everyone equally.

Sholing Football Club is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for supporters, officials, players and volunteers. This applies to everyone, irrespective of their age, culture, ability, gender, sexual identity, language, racial origin or religious belief.

Sholing Football Club will not tolerate racist or sexist abuse at our games, be they home or away.

Sholing Football Club will not tolerate bullying, verbal abuse or physical assault.

If you hear or see any of the above at one of our games or on our property, please report it to a club official immediately.

Thank you


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