SCFL Premier Division Sat 1 February Culver Road
  • Own Goal (9', 12', 44', 54', 65')
East Preston
  • Williamson (71')

This Saturday Rouane’s side are back in SCFL Premier Division action as they host East Preston at Culver Road – kick-off is 3pm, turnstiles open at 1:30pm.

Following Tuesday night’s injury to defender Liam Hendy, which saw him dislocate his elbow causing the game to be abandoned in the RUR Charity Cup Semi Final against Eastbourne Town, the Lancers will be looking to get back to normal ways as we host local friends East Preston, but will be without the services of the club stalwart in defence.

Rouane’s side remain top of the Premier Division table with 52 points from 23 matches, closely followed by Peacehaven who are 3 points behind, Newhaven 4, Horley Town 4, and with 2 games in hand, Eastbourne Town are 7 points behind us.

Our visitors on Saturday are in 16th place of 20 sides, with just 22 points from the same number of games. However EP pulled off a great victory on Saturday, taking away all 3 points from Lingfield in their 2-0 victory which is never easy.

It will be another entertaining fixture back on home turf following recent away fixtures at Newhaven, Horley Town and Eastbourne Town in what has been a challenging schedule of games.

After Saturday, the first team host Lingfield on Tuesday night – 8pm kick-off for our switched fixture – view more info here.

You can view the full SCFL Premier Division table here.

Come & support the lads!

Admission & StadiumĀ  Information


Time to Talk Weekend (Event Link)

On Saturday & Tuesday for our home fixtures against East Preston & Lingfield, we will be participating in the Time to Talk Week. The aim of this week & campaign is to promote wider knowledge of mental health issues & encourage people to check on the welfare of their mates.

Free entry to any suffering from a mental health issue (this is available forĀ every match this season)

Posters & leaflets with more information

Hospitality for those with a mental health issue

Come & experience the benefits of watching your local non-league club!

If you have any queries at all about our mental health projects please contact Jack or Barry –