Southampton FC’s Saints Foundation Coaching Week for 5 to 13 year @ St Peter FC


Southampton FC’s Saints Foundation to run a Coaching Week for 5 to 13 year           olds at St Peter FC (St Georges Preparatory School facility)

                            from the 9th to 13th April 2018

For further details please click on the link below 

Easter 2018 – Course Leaflet-2

Saints Foundation 2018

Saints Foundation

Email: Tel: 0845 688 9370

St Peter FC

Brian Foulser e-mail   Tel 01534 851075

Under 16’s go again

After the fantastic victory on Sunday the under 16’s are to play St Clement again down at there pitch
if you can get down there and support the lads that would be brilliant
6.00 KO
Treble is on #fact



Bexley came out of the blocks the quickest as in the 3rd minute Jimmy Rogers saw his free kick saved by Matt Donaldson, St Peter had a chance in the 9th minute when Jake Prince was in on goal but Jack Perry came out & saved with his legs. In the 18th minute Bexley took the lead when Alex Legge’s free kick into the area saw Joe Abbott rise & his looping header going towards the goal was tapped in by Tyler Norbert.  This kicked St Peter into action as two minutes later a cross into the area was met by Calvin Weir but his header went just wide but three minutes later they equalised when Weir & Sol Solomon combined on the edge of the area leaving Soloman time to pass the ball into net beating Perry. Weir was getting to be influential in their attacks as in the 26th minute his low cross was half cleared to Sean Lambert who from 20 yards shot just past the post. A minute later Weir’s header put Solomon in the area but his weak shot was saved by Perry. St Peter were now dominating  & in the 39th minute another chance went when Solomon cross into the area was met by Luke Campbell but it went wide & in added on time a corner to the back post found Ben Le Rougetel but he headed wide.

The second half saw St Peter dominate possession & take control of the game, in the 52nd minute they went in front when Harry Cardwell retrieved the ball & cross to the back post where Campbell rose & headed in from 2 yards, a minute later it was three when Cardwell in the area saw his cross shot end up at the back post where Weir side footed the ball home from 2 yards. On the hour another goal came when Weir in the area was fouled & a penalty given, up stepped Solomon who drove it into the bottom right hand corner. Eight minutes later it was 5-1 when the ball in the area saw the shot come back of the post for Prince to stab home from 3 yards. In the 76th minute they made it six when Cardwell found Weir in the area & he controlled it before curling it past Perry.  The rest of the game saw St Peter in complete control whilst Bexley look bemused by it all, they were beaten by the better side & on that evidence this team could play in the English Pyramid. They did not have much time to celebrate as their flight from Southend Airport left at 8:20.

Sponsors Player of the Match: Calvin Weir

St Peter FC: M.Donaldson, J.Preston, S.Luce, L.Campbell, S.Denhurst, S.Lambert, E.Poole, C.Weir, J.Prince, J.Baker, S.Solomon H.Cardwell, B. Le Rougetel, D.Wilson 


Highlights St Peter v St Paul’s

A great game for the neutrals, with both teams playing some excellent football.

After taking a early lead through young Sol Solomon’s excellent strike, St Paul’s turned it round to take a 2 -1 lead into the brake. Into the second half, which was a cagey affair with neither team creating a clear opportunity, to our credit we kept applying pressure and in stoppage time captain Luke Campbell popped up with a cool finish to give us a deserved draw.

Thanks to our matchday sponsors Hacquoil & Cook Limited.

Wheway Cup Semi Final

St Peter FC 4 v 0 Guernsey Northerners AC

As you’ll see from the highlights below, on Saturday our first team hosted Northerners AC from Guernsey.

Once again an excellent team performance to secure on our fourth cup final of the season. Well done to all involved.

Highlights St Peter v JTC Jersey Wanderers

Highlights from Saturday’s Premiership clash with JTC Jersey Wanderers. The first half was a scrappy affair, with few chances created.

A much improved second half display resulted in Calvin Weir putting us 1-0 up, St Peter continued to create opportunities to extend our lead, but unfortunately, as is often the case, if you don’t take them, it can come back to bite you, and so it proved with Wanderers equalising in the 88th minute. 

Final Score St Peter FC 1 v JTC Wanderers 1

Next Girls training

Sorry but due to weather family commitments and School holidays the Next girls training will take place up St Peter on Monday 19th February,

Really sorry hope to see you all there.


Solly and Lee