Saturday 29th October - 3pm
Hampshire Premier League Division 1
Upham v Sway
Upham Recreation Ground
Saturday 29th October - 2pm
B'mouth Hayward Division 1
Sway Reserves v Fordingbridge Turks
U18s training every Wednesday at Brockenhurst College, 7.30 to 8.30pm.
Jubilee Field Bar
Sway FC runs a licensed bar every Saturday. All welcome!
We are indebted to Sway Butchers for supplying delicious New Forest sausages to serve at the Jubilee Field Bar after home games.
The advertising boards at our Jubilee Field ground are shown below.
Monday 24th October
Jubilee Field Pavilion - 8pm
Rousing win shows Sway's potential
Sway 3 Netley Central Sports 1
Hampshire Premier League Division 1
Saturday 22nd October 2016
Sway came flying out of the blocks and dominated the early stages of the game in glorious sunshine. We deservedly took the lead when Ryan Brading gathered the ball on the edge of the box and fired into the bottom left-hand corner. We went further ahead when Dan Brennan headed in from a corner but were then grateful to debutant 'keeper Harry Greenwood who tipped the ball around the far post to prevent what looked like a certain goal.
Dan Brennan caused the visitors several problems with long balls out of defence and, on thirty minutes, he found Mark Brading on the left. His cross led to a shot onto the far post and Jake Bockhart was on hand to turn the rebound into the net. Sway nearly made it 4-0 with a similar move but this time the Netley 'keeper produced a fine save from Ryan Brading's header.
The second half was a different affair as the visitors came out with great determination and quickly reduced the arrears when their number nine brought down the ball at the edge of the box and gave Greenwood no chance with a powerful shot. Sway continued to press and could have had a penalty when Darren Ritchie was deemed to have gone down too easily as he tried to round the Netley defender. Ryan O'Reilly cheekily put the ball in the back of net from a quickly taken free-kick but the referee insisted that he needed to wait for the whistle.
This impressive win shows the potential for the Reds to rise up the table and challenge for the title.
Reserves extend unbeaten run at Manor
Bournemouth Manor Reserves 3 Sway Reserves 3
Bournemouth Hayward Division 1
Saturday 22nd October - 2pm
The Reserves have now gone three games unbeaten thanks to an excellent performance at Bournemouth Manor with two goals from Nick Broom and a penalty from Tom Linbourn.
About Sway FC
Founded in 1908, Sway FC is a senior football club with a proud history in local football, having competed in the Bournemouth Hayward Saturday Premier League for many years. Last crowned Bournemouth champions in 2012/2013, Sway FC is now competing in Division 1 of the Puma Engineering Hampshire Premier League.
Our ground at Jubilee Field in the New Forest village of Sway has excellent facilities with a first-class pitch, a 50-seater stand and a modern pavilion. An attendance of 50 plus is not unusual for First Team games. In 2013 we received an award for our pitch from Hampshire FA.
The Club runs a licensed bar at Jubilee Field on Saturday afternoons.
Home address: Jubilee Field, Station Road, Sway, SO41 6BE
Sway are fielding three teams in 2016/2017:
Sway First Team play in Division One of the Puma Engineering Hampshire Premier League and are managed by Dan Marks.
Sway Reserves are managed by James Crouch and compete in the Bournemouth Hayward First Division.
Sway Under 18s are in the City of Southampton Youth Football League, Division 2. They are managed by Ben Sirl assisted by Matt Hillyar.