Welcome to the Sittingbourne FC Website

 

 

 

Please note that the online shop is not yet operational and no match reports are available from 9th October 2016 to 16th Feb 2018.

Work is now going on to replace the missing match reports. .

LATEST NEWS 

  • GET AHEAD OF THE GAME AND BUY NEXT SEASONS SEASON TICKET NOW - Prices are HERE - Pay HERE 
  • Wembley Stadium Lights Up for Sittingbourne Football Club!, Click the pic for the full  Time Lapse.

  • The FA have issued details of who we play next season (subject to appeal) You can find them here http://www.thefa.com/news/2018/may/10/nls-steps-1-4-2018-19-season-100518 We will be in the Isthmian (Bostik)  League South East. We welcome Haywards Heath, Sevenoaks Town, Three Bridges, and Whitstable Town in our league. We say goodbye to Molesey, Chipstead, and South Park. Relegated Tooting & Mitcham Utd will be in Isthmian League South Central.
  • Have you won Mays' 100 Sittingbourne FC  Lottery Prize. Find out HERE

THE LION KING @ Sittingbourne Football Club, Woodstock Park
On Wednesday 6th June 2018, we bring an amazing outdoor cinema experience for all the family to Woodstock Park gardens, the home of Sittingbourne Football Club, with a showing of the Disney classic, The Lion King. Hakuna matata!
Bring a blanket or chair and sit under the stars!
The event will also feature hot food, bar, popcorn and ice cream, music and more.
Gates open at 7pm.
The film will get underway around 9pm, when the sun goes down.
Tickets: 12 Standard / 8 Under 16
Available from:
www.thelittleboxoffice.com/cinemaunderthestars/event/view/81451

    Ken Medwyn's Video and Pics of our day out in Hasting

 

  

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 Web Design and upkeep  by Peter Pitts, Most photographs and video by Ken Medwyn and Glen Parkes