Saturday 15th July - 11.30am
Sway v Hamworthy Rec
Training is every Wednesday evening from 6pm at Jubilee Field, Station Road, Sway.
Jubilee Field Bar
Sway FC runs a licensed bar every Saturday even when there is no game. 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.
Next Committee Meeting
8pm 18th July, Jubilee Field Pavilion
Memorial game cancelled
It is with regret that Sway have had to pull out of our match against Lymington next Saturday in memory of Club supporter Chris Sirl. Injuries and other reasons have made it impossible for us to raise a side.
Sway sides stretched in opening games
Sway 3 Upham 5
Sway Reserves 0 Upham Reserves 2
1st July 2017
Ryan Brading and Darren Ritchie were amongst the scorers for Sway as we fought a rearguard battle against Upham First Team. The Reserves did well to limit another strong Upham side to a 2-0 win. But a good work out in preparation for the coming season.
Season kicks off with new Management Teams
Sway start their season with a double header at home to Upham on Saturday.
Both the First Team and the Reserves will have new personnel in the dugout:
The First Team will continue to be led by Stuart Doling, Matt Dunford and Ben Johnson but they are now joined by Dave Gray who has moved across from Upham.
For the Reserves, we welcome the entirely new management team of Jimmy Plowman,Ted Allott and Ross Boon.
The first match kicks off at 2pm. As usual the Jubilee Field bar will be open to refresh supporters.
In the coming weeks we have more friendlies as we prepare for Hampshire Premier League football which kicks off in August. We have two more home games against Lymington and Hamworthy Rec followed by another double-header, this time away to New Milton.
Sway granted promotion to the Premier League
Wednesday 17th May 2017
Following a successful appeal with Hampshire FA, Sway FC are pleased to announce that we will be competing in the Hampshire Premier League next season.
Sway's appeal was upheld on 16th May on the grounds that the rules associated with promotion and ground-grading regulations had been incorrectly applied by the Hampshire League. Both Sway and league champions Four Marks have been promoted,
Hampshire Division 1
Bournemouth Division 1
Top scorers (2016/17)
18 Ryan Brading
17 Jack Herbert
16 Darren Ritchie
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 2017/2018:
Sway First Team play in Senior Division of the Puma Engineering Hampshire Premier League and are managed by Stuart Doling and Matt Dunford.
Sway Reserves are managed by Jimmy Plowman assisted by Ted Allott and Ross Boon. Following promotion from last season they now compete in the Premier Division of the Bournemouth Hayward League.
Sway Under 18s are in the City of Southampton Youth Football League, Division 3. They are managed by Jon Hilton assisted by Mark Adams. Steve Drayton is Secretary.