Steeton AFC

New Shirt Sponsor Needed

Mon 14 Apr 2014

Steeton AFC are looking for a new shirt sponsor for next season following Damart's decision to not re-new their existing deal. We would like to thank Damart for all their support over the past five seasons.

The club is looking for a business to take over as the main sponsor with immediate effect, this means that the new sponsor will have their name on the team shirts for the County Cup final at Elland Road on May 19th. As a main sponsor the company can also look forward to having two boards at the ground, a link from our home page to their website, a page in the programme and their name on the front of our warm up t shirts and sweatshirts.

If anyone requires anymore info they need to contact Roy Mason via email. 

We are also in the process of selling advertising boards for next season. We have held the prices on these at £200 for a new board and £100 to re-new a board.

The new Hummel home shirt is pictured. However with both teams wearing green and white as their home colours, Field and ourselves will be wearing a new away kit on May 19th.

Under 18's Progress

Mon 14 Apr 2014

The Under 18's progressed to the quarter final of the league cup with a convincing 9-3 win over Grassington. Sam Warriner lead the way with a hat-trick and a brace form Jonson Butterfield was followed up by goals from Dom Mortimer, Josh Ferguson, Jack Wrigglesworth and Tom Leach.

Defeat for both teams

Sun 13 Apr 2014

It wasn't a great day yesterday as both sides were beaten.

The first team lost 3-0 at Golcar.

The reserves were 2-0 up at half time through Jack Wrigglesworth and Martin Bland, but a second half collapse saw Overthorpe score five times before Jack Richmond pulled a consolation goal back in the last minute. Overthorpe ran out 5-3 winners.

The Under 18s entertain Grassington in the league cup. Kick off is 13:00.

Steeton U18 clinch title

Sun 06 Apr 2014

The Under 18 side are now guaranteed to at least share the under 18 league title after a 4-3 win over Farsley. An OG put us ahead before the visitors levelled. They then took the lead before Jack Wrigglesworth levelled. Farsley then re took the lead before a Josh Ferguson free kick levelled things up again. Jonson Butterfield then struck a late winner.

The result means Steeton are now level with Menston and should they take a point or more from their final game with Silsden in two weeks then they will win the title outright.