Crawley skipper Smith aiming for good start at Carlisle

Crawley skipper Jimmy Smith says Reds must make a good start during this Saturday’s long trek to Carlisle.

With the attention of Portsmouth moving towards a highly anticipated FA Cup 4th round tie to South coast rivals Bournemouth, it was the FA peoples cup that took centre stage at Goals Portsmouth. With the event spread out over 3 days covering Juniors, Mens and Vets Goals Portsmouth was also joined by The chairman of the Football Association, Greg Dyke, and the Prestigious FA cup trophy, allowing old and young alike to have their photo taken with the famous old trophy.
To top off the event, the BBC Get Inspired cameras were also in attendance collecting highlights and interviews of players and staff at the award winning football centre.
Goals Portsmouth would like to thank all players who took part in the festival of football and would like to invite all to come down to see what makes Goals Portsmouth the home of 5 a side in Portsmouth. On top of this Goals Portsmouth would like to wish all teams that progressed through to the regional stage of the competiti

Crawley to have early kick-off in FA Cup

Crawley Town will kick-off their FA Cup first round game at home against League One giants Bristol Rovers early at 12 noon on Saturday, November 5.

Burgess Hill Town's Lee Harding opened the scoring against Bognor

Harding signs new contract with Hillians

Lee Harding has signed a new one-year contract with Burgess Hill Town.

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Pointing leaves Burgess Hill Town

Toby Pointing has left Burgess Hill Town.

Nicky Adams scores in the first minute against Reading in the FA Cup. Crawley V Reading 5/1/13 (Pic by Jon Rigby) ENGPPP00420130701110037

Ex-Crawley star Adams ‘has a job to do’ against former club

Crawley Town head north to Carlisle this weekend to take on one of only two unbeaten clubs in the top-four divisions.

Dean Cox picks up his MOM award

Bowman on the Road: In Ian we trust

Having been involved with Burgess Hill Town for five seasons, Ian Chapman oversaw one of the most important league results for many a year.

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Burgess Hill Town 1, Hendon 0: Cox makes the difference

Ian Chapman’s team returned to winning ways against Hendon on a wet Tuesday evening at Green Elephants Stadium.

Dean Cox scored his first goal for Burgess Hill Town

Midweek football: Dean Cox scores first goal for Hillians, Heath romp to victory

Crawley Town loanee Dean Cox scored his first goal for Burgess Hill Town as they beat Hendon 1-0 at the Green Elephant Stadium.

Burgess Hill Town FC v Needham Market

Burgess Hill Town 0, Needham Market 3: Picture gallery

Photographer Steve Robards was at the Green Elephant Stadium as Burgess Hill Town lost 3-0 to Needham Market on Saturday.

Karly Akehurst shows determination to win the ball. Picture by Graham Lehkyj

Wick 0, Haywards Heath Town 1: Watch the highlights

Haywards Heath Town will face Bedfont Sports from the Combined Counties Football League Premier Division in the second round of the FA Vase after beating Wick 1-0 on Saturday..

Michael Death celebrates with goalscorer Nathan Miles. Action from Hassocks v Worthing United. Picture by Phil Westlake

Hassocks 2, Worthing United 0: Robins make it into third round of Sussex Senior Cup

For only the third time this decade, Hassocks are into the third round of the Sussex Senior Cup after a 2-0 victory over Worthing United.

st francis fc manager Simon Boddie. Pic Steve Robards  SR1628161 SUS-160926-115705001

Selsey 3, St Francis Rangers 0: Boddie disappointed with result and commitment

St Francis Rangers boss Simon Boddie was diasppointed with the result and the commitment of his players after his side lost 3-0 to Selsey.

Eight Sussex clubs are through to the FA Vase second round proper.

County news: Attractive FA Vase ties await Sussex clubs

This lunchtime's (Monday's) draw for the second round proper threw up some attractive-looking ties for the eight Sussex clubs still involved in the FA Vase.

Crawley Town fan and columnist Geoff Thornton SUS-150216-151358002

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Draw good result against tough opponents

I seemed to be in a minority of one when I said I considered Crawley Town’s goalless draw against Accrington Stanley had been an entertaining match. Many fans thought that Reds’ failure to convert their chances and take all three points represented a very poor show all-round.

Sussex and Surrey round-up: The FA Vase and local league games

Sussex and Surrey round-up: The FA Vase and local league games

Horley Town’s FA Vase journey came to an end after their two goal defeat to Eastbourne United.

Post-match team picture

Bowman on the Road: A Kane Louis wonderstrike at Wick cements a great day out

You don't have to travel far to experience an expansive away day.

Callum Saunders leaves two defenders behind. Picture by Grahame Lehkyj

Wick 0, Haywards Heath Town 1: Sub Louis puts Saunders' men through

Haywards Heath Town will be in the second round of the FA Vase after Kane Louis’ second half strike secured a 1-0 win over fellow SCFL side Wick FC.

Burgess Hill Town boss Ian Chapman

Burgess Hill Town 0, Needham Market 3: Hillians need to take their chances says boss Chapman

Burgess Hill Town manager Ian Chapman insists his side need to take their chances after they lost 3-0 to second-placed Needham Market.

Crawley Town FC Manager Dermot Drummy. 07-05-16. Pic Steve Robards  SR1613264 SUS-160705-170854001

Drummy pleased to ‘grind out draw’

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy conceded his players did well to earn a draw against a quality Accrington team.

during the Sky Bet League Two match between Crawley Town and Blackpool at the Checkatrade Stadium in Crawley. October 1, 2016.
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Crawley 0 Accrington 0: Reds hold play-off chasers to draw

Crawley Town held play-off chasers Accrington Stanley to a 0-0 draw.

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