Non-League Paper

Now it’s all over for Crane Sports

Having won the league’s Senior Division four times and also the Suffolk Senior Cup four times, decided to call it a day after landlords Gresham’s Sports and Social Club said that they were no longer able to provide football facilities.

1874 Northwich on course to make the leap

The North West Counties League Premier Division club – established in 2012 by disillusioned supporters of now rivals Northwich Victoria – are one of those clubs in line for upwards movement providing they complete an application.

Welsh Round-Up: Top two win again but settle for less…

Top of the table The New Saints were hoping to deliver a third win on the bounce for their new manager Anthony Limbrick, but couldn’t find the target as easily as they had done last weekend in the firsthalf of their clash with Penybont at Park Hall.

Altrincham offer Ramadan life

ALTRINCHAM’S two Muslim players have provided a fascinating insight into how they balance the requirements of their faith during Ramadan with the demands of their football careers.

Wrexham granted a £100K bailout windfall

Due to their affiliation with the Football Association of Wales, the Dragons were the only club from the English National League System excluded from the £11 million Sports Winter Survival Package.

It’s Pauls no more at Knaresborough Town!

A club statement said: “Paul has given the club some great memories with promotion to the Premier Division by winning the Division One title in 2017/18 season with a record points total and giving the club’s supporters exciting days with cup runs in both the FA Cup and FA Trophy.”

Football Stadia Improvement Fund FSIF

Clubs to have a say on FSIF funding criteria

The review of the Premier League-financed FSIF, is seeking insight from clubs across the country on ways in which the process for applying for funding could be made easier in the future, what the future priorities for the fund should be and how the FSIF aligns with the current FA ground grading process.

Time to honour your FA Cup heroes!

In the build-up to this season’s FA Cup final, the FA are looking to celebrate some of the inspirational stories of people that have gone the extra mile for the competition in a challenging 12 months.

Terry Spillane back in the game with Walthamstow

The former Aveley, Maldon & Tiptree, Thamesmead and Stanway Rovers boss has been with the club since last June but will now take the top job alongside former Leyton Orient, Brentford, Reading and Sutton player John Mackie.