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Welcome to Skegness United FC

Welcome to the Skegness United FC web site. The site will feature information for our 1st team Squad players, fixtures and information along with player profiles, sponsor information and all other information relating to the club.

We have a new directions page which helps opposition find us and, over the next few months we'll be putting directions to every ground we play at to make travelling to away matches easier

Welcome to Skegness United FC

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      Kirton Town
      28th Apr (L)
      K.O. 2:30

    • Fixtures 2017/2018
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      28 Apr A Kirton Town

      05 May H Old Doningtonians
      12 May A Friskney

      (L) = League (C) = Cup

The League As It Stands

  Wednesday 18th April 2018

The League As It Stands

This is how the league looks today.  We currently sit second, but have 2 games in hand. One point behind us is Kirton who have played the same amount of games. 5 points behind Kirton are Boston College but they too have a game in hand which, if they won would take them to 2 points behind Kirton.  One point behind them are Friskney. As you can see, the table is very tight.

Two teams are promoted from this league into the Premier league.  It is likely to be between 4 or 5 teams - everything depends on these last few games.  For us, it is simple to understand, win the three remaining games we have and the title is ours.  The reality is that one of those games is against Kirton Town - fellow title-chasers and, as we have seen a strong side who will be as determined as we are to take the three points.

We are without a game this Saturday but others are in action:

Boston College welcome Old Doningtonians, Kirton Town play Skegness Town Res in the cup but are in league action three days later as they too welcome Old Doningtonians.  It's tight, very tight. 

The Last Four Games!

  Monday 09th April 2018

The Last Four Games!

We now have four games remaining in the league and it couldn't be tighter. A single point is all there is between ourselves and our nearest rival - Kirton Town.  Just behind them are Boston College.  This season is definitely going to be tight at the top.  Two teams will gain promotion but realistically it could be anyone from the top 6!

The next few weeks ill see the final table take shape. We have some very tough fixtures ahead of us, including one against Kirton Town.

Churchills Sports and Wine Bar

  Sunday 22nd October 2017

Churchills Sports and Wine Bar

We are very pleased to announce that Churchills Sports and Wine Bar have agreed to sponsor the club for another season.  Churchills is the premier place to watch sports in Skegness, with live sports showing regularly on a multitude of screens.

We have a long-standing relationship with Churchills and are very pleased to see this continue.  They have been a huge help in bothe the creation of the club and the development through the years.  Thank you Paul and all at Churchills.

Willmer Photography on Instagram

  Thursday 19th October 2017

Our resident 'man in the hat', Stephen Willmer - the source of all our fantastic media can now be found on Instagram.  You'll find an excellent mix of club images along with other subjects.  Follow Stephen on


The Season So Far

  Sunday 08th October 2017

The Season So Far

It has been a pretty positive start to the season for us at United with some very strog results and performances.  We have progressed in one of the cup competitions with a win against Stamford Lions - a team from a higher league.  The performance was outstanding that day and the result was deservedly ours.  In the league we have seen some high-scoring games with some excellent individual performances and team work.

It has been good to the see the team take shape in the new league and players are beginning to come more into their own.  We are seeing the luxury of having multiple goal scorers which is proving a problem for teams on occasion. Our goals are coming from dead -balls, open play and individual efforts so up front we are working hard.  Our midfield has been commanding and has been an excellent engine room for the team.  In defence we are adapting to the loss of our captain through injury but the performances have been solid throughout.

The league will be tough this season and our next two matches are against two of the teams fighting for the top spot along with ourselves.  It will be an interesting few weeks ahead!

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Breaking News!

  Monday 21st August 2017

Breaking News!

We are very pleased to announce the signing of a sponsorship agreement with one of the most comprehensive legal businesses in Lincolnshire.

Hodgkinsons Solicitors and Skegness United have agreed a two-year partnership which will see the Hodgkinsons brand working in conjunction with the club. The shirts worn by the club will bear the Hodgkinsons logo for the coming two seasons.  We are very proud to be associated with a company of this stature.  We would like to thank Che Shing Li and Sam Sleight in particular for their hard work into this agreement. We look forward to working closely together.

Chairman, Jack McGuigan said: We are delighted that Hodgkinsons Solicitors have agreed to sponsor the club in this way.The sponsorship will provide the club an opportunity to work alongside a recognised name in the area and to further our ambitions for the coming seasons.

Resounding Win Away

  Thursday 10th August 2017

We travelled last night for another pre-season friendly, this time Billinghay being our hosts.  On a cold, damp night we turned up with a strong squad, all pushing for places as the season draws near.

As the game got underway, the game was pretty evenly matched, with Billinghay having the better of the chances but not really threatening the goal.  On 10 minutes, a wicked deflection took the ball away from stand in goalkeeper Elliot Clark giving him no chance at all.  We were 1-0 down but determined to put this behind us.  Almost straight away, we were on the offensive with multiple chances either being saved or going wide.  Finally, late in the half, an equaliser came through last season's top scorer Ryan O'Loughlin.  A good finish from a loose ball.  This spurred us on and within five minutes we were ahead.  A fantastic, flighted ball from Dom Lyons was met by John Courtney and slid past the keeper to put us 2-1 up going into half time.  Oddly, it was at half time that the game took a strange turn. Goalkeeper, Elliot Clark asked the official about the penalty claim for what appeared to be a clear hand ball. No voices were raised or language used but the refereee decided Elliot would play no further part.  Not sent off, just not included any further!  A quick change for the second half saw goalscorer Ryan O'Loughlin take the gloves!

In the second half we picked up where we left off and pressured from the restart.  Within a few minutes we were further ahead following a neat through ball from Matt Charles leading to a clever finish from the impressive Dom Lyons.  3-1 United.  Shortly after, the favour was returned as Matt Charles chased a long through ball to slot it past the advancing keeper for his first of the night to make it 4-1.  From here United really turned the screw with Charles, O'Loughlin, Bradley, Grainger, Lyons and Courtney all causing real problems for the home defence. The pressure paid off again when a rasping shot from Matt Charles flew past the home keeper leaving him no chance making it 5-1.  A few minutes later, having swapped goalkeeping gloves for an outfield shirt, Ryan O'Loughlin scored his second and United's 6th after a mazy run through the defence.  The scoring was completed less than five minutes later when Matt Charles completed his hat trick following a run through the defence to make it 7-1 United.  Despite the scoreline, United continued to press for more.  As the final whistle approached a curled shot from Keaton Grainger flew just past the post.

All in all, a very good night for a strong United side.  That takes us to three wins out of three in pre-season friendlies. 

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