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(The following article was published in the April 28th 2019 Match Programme for Surrey vs the Chagos Islands at Merstham FC.) Many of the fans here today at Surrey’s match against the Chagos Islands will know that last summer’s Conifa World Football Cup was a huge success with anyone who was lucky enough to get to any of the games able to confirm that a great time was had by everyone involved.  For anyone still unclear about who
Numbers correspond to full to FA list available here: http://www.thefa.com/news/2019/jul/19/womens-fa-cup-entries-accepted-early-draws-190719 55 Aylesford v Dulwich Hamlet56 Fulham v New London Lionesses or Comets 58 Whyteleafe v Millwall Lionesses61 Sutton United v Islington Borough71 Abbey Rangers v Hampton & Richmond Borough 73 Banbury United v Walton Casuals 81 Godalming Town v Eastbourne Town 84 Mole Valley v Bexhill United
Numbers correspond to full to FA list available here: http://www.thefa.com/competitions/thefacup/fixtures 119 AFC Croydon Athletic v Virginia Water120 Loxwood v Abbey Rangers 121 Balham v Rusthall 128 Walton & Hersham v Southall 129 Horley Town v Bearsted 130 Egham Town v Lancing 132 CB Hounslow United v Sheerwater 133 Horsham YMCA v Croydon 135 Chertsey Town v Cobham 140 Arundel v Banstead Athletic 141 Redhill v K Sports 143 Colliers Wood United v Shoreham 145 Guildford
International Surrey Football is pleased to announce that Matt Dilger has been appointed the role of Surrey men’s manager, replacing former manager Liam Parrington.Matt has previously been involved with a number of clubs across Surrey, notably Dorking FC, Surrey’s oldest club until it merged into Dorking Wanderers FC in 2017 and most recently as a coach at Corinthian-Casuals FC, a club with an established international history and will this summer travel to Budapest, Hungary, to
We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Cameron Bishop as Surrey’s first Director of Men’s Football, overseeing fixtures and future development of our county men’s team which debuted in 2018. The role created to mirror our women’s structure will allocate the responsibility of overseeing the future for our men’s team as we prepare for the 2019/20 season which is expected to see Surrey compete in the largest number of fixtures yet, including training fixtures against