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Sittingbourne FC Youth

Currently we have six teams ranging from U9ís through to U18ís who play in a number of different leagues across the area depending on their age group. The U9ís play in The Kent Invicta League, U11ís in the Faversham & District Youth Football League, the two U12ís in the Maidstone Express Cabs League, the U15ís and the U18ís both play in their respective age divisions of the Kent Youth League.
This youth programme, in its current form, is a relatively recent addition to the Sittingbourne club and it is our fervent desire that it will evolve and gain recognition as being the future for bringing talented, home grown players to the First Team making it a truly local club at all levels.

 Mick Sayce,

Secretary, Youth Programme.

Thanks to KFC Halle St Martinus Youth from Belgium for providing international opposition for our U18 side on Sunday 8th April 2018. Sittingbourne were a goal down at half time, but came back to win 5-1 in front of 163.

Pics and Video from the Youth game by Ken Medwyn



Photographs by Glen Parkes and Michael SayceSunday 18th February 2018

Ramsgate U 18 1 Sittingbourne U18 1 video below:



Under 18's defeat Margate Under 18's 4-1, video below:




Bostik South

Away Sat 28th April

V Hastings United

KO 3.00 PM

Last  match of the season!

Coach will run

The best way to get to Woodstock

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