Springvale FC

Welcome to our Springvale FC page.  Here we will give you our latest news on results, fixtures and star players!

We are passionate about coaching football for all ages, all abilities and both boys and girls.

We have lots of teams to cover all ages and abilities as we believe that sport should be accessible to all. We also want to encourage our best to play to progress a high standard through competitive action and quality coaching.  Most importantly; sport should be fun so we will always ensure that the children play as a team and with a smile on their face!

#Playtogether

#Upthe’Vale

 

 

Springvale World Cup

Wednesday 13th June 2018

What an evening it was…

Springvale World Cup

71 players of all ages, abilities and levels of experience on the pitch!

Well done to Brazil who won the trophy and everyone who took part so well!

We also had our first ever Y6 parents v pupils and staff match! The score was 3-2 to the parents with a goal in the last seconds!

 

Fixtures:

Churchfield (A) Friday 6th July 2pm (Y3/4 mixed) and 2.45pm (Y5/6 mixed) (At the Dorothy Hyman Stadium, Cudworth)

Joseph Locke- TBC

 

Results:

September:

Mixed KS2 Defeats to Burton Road (H) 8-0 and 8-0

Mixed Y4-6 Defeats to Penistone St John (H) 5-0 and 3-2

October:

Girls Y5/6 Defeats to PSJ (4-0) and Hoylandswaine (2-0) (N)

Girls Y5/6 Victory against Silkstone (N) 1-0

Boys Y5/6 Victory over Silkstone (N) 1-0

Boys Y5/6 Defeat to Penistone St John (N) 1-0

Boys Y5/6 Victory over Millhouse (N) 1-0

November:

Boys Y5/6 Drew 1-1 with Holy Rood (N)

Boys Y5/6 Drew 0-0 with Burton Road (N)

Boys Y5/6 Defeat to Shawlands (N) 2-0

Girls KS2 Victory against Holy Rood (H) 6-0

Mixed Y5/6 Team Activ League: Victory against Holy Rood (H) 6-1

Y3-5 Development Game: Defeat against Holy Rood (H) 9-2

Mixed Y5/6 Team Activ League: Victory against Churchfield B (H) 17-2

Y3-5 Development Game: Defeat against Churchfield B (H) 5-3

December:

Boys Y4-6 lost to Silkstone Y6 (1-2 defeat) (H)

Girls KS2 lost to Silkstone Y5/6 (0-3 defeat) (H)

Mixed Y5/6 League lost 6-3 to Mapplewell (H)

February:

Burton Road (H) Development Team lost 5-1, Y3/4 lost 5-2, League Team lost 5-2

April:

Shawlands (A) Y5/6 league (lost 3-1), Y3/4 (lost 2-0), KS2 girls (2-0)

Bruce Dyer Tournament: 4 games against various schools with a mixed ability/gender/age team

May:

Collaboration Cup- finished as losing QF after 4 wins, a draw and 2 defeats!

PFI tournament- losing semi-finalists after 2 wins, 2 draws and a defeat

June:

Y1/2 lost 7-0 in their first ever game versus Churchfield (H)

Y5/6 development lost 1-0 versus Churchfield (H)

KS2 girls won 2-1 versus Chuchfield (H)

Current Star Players:

Y6- Kai H

Y5- Evie E

Y4- Grahaigh

Y3- Seth P

Y2- Jess B

Y1- Josie C

Bruce Dyer- Henry D

Coaches:

Mr L Crossfield (1st Team)

Mr L McClure (Development Teams)

Mrs E Stead (Girls’ Team)

Mr J Swallow Gaunt (Goalkeeper Coach)

 

Top Scorers (All fixtures)

Robert H (Y6) 12

Noah T (Y4) 8

Holly S (Y5) 6

Max M (Y6) 7

Kian C (Y5) 6

Diaren (Y6) 2

Fleur P (Y6) 2

Gracie E (Y6) 2

Alex W (Y4) 1

Joseph B (Y5) 1

Liam D (Y4) 1

Max W (Y6) (1)

Alex C (Y4) (1)

 

Most Recent Report

Congratulations to our fabulous players for a great effort against Churchfield recently.  Churchfield have developed their squads and coaching over many, many years and some of their players are currently training with professional academy teams.  We were very excited about all of our teams playing across 2 weeks both home and away!

Over 60 players took part in 5 different games! KS2 development, KS2 girls, Y5/6, Y3/4 and KS1 mixed all played home or away against Churchfield either at Vale Park or at Dorothy Hyman Sports Centre in Cudworth.

Reviews of each game:

Development: Well, what massive improvement from the team! They were amazing! They played like a team, covered each other, passed the ball well and made the opposition work hard for a tight 1-0 victory! All of the players were great but the defence were superb and Ehren made some excellent saves as he continues to improve in goal! Kai was player of the game for never missing a beat at centre back. Oliver came so close to equalising at the end but his effort was just off target! Great work team!

KS1: Our first ever team with 21 players involved, some who have never played before! We found it hard and some academy players for the other team scored lots of excellent goals! Our players and the team improved throughout though and the last 10 minutes was very close as both teams came forward and had chances. We lost overall 7-0 but we can see the makings of a team and we picked out Josie for her consistently good tackling and passing as the star player! Well done everybody- what great potential you have!

KS2 Girls: What a game! The girls have come on so much thanks to their hard work, the previous experience of games and, most importantly, the excellent coaching of Emma Stead! They worked well as a team and ran well with the ball. We went 1-0 down but stuck to the task and a brilliant strike by Gracie drew us level! A great team move after a period of dominance won the game when Isobel in Y4 passed to Fleur who squared to Holly who controlled the ball before placing it in the bottom corner. What a team goal! The opposition goalkeeper was amazing as we pressed for goal number 3! Special mentions for Leah in Y5 who drove the team forward from midfield and Grahaigh in Y4 who was excellent and composed in defence! Well done girls!

Y5/6: A fantastic standard of football as both teams played slick passing on the floor! Churchfield took the lead from a snaking run but Springvale scored 2 great team goals through Kian and Max M who both got on the end of quick breaks led by Joe B! We ended at 2-2 and thanks to Liam in goal we lasted until penalties when he carried out a magnificent double save! Penalties were tense and tight but we sadly lost 12-10!

Y3/4: A brilliant team effort as the boys and girls truly #playedtogether to win 4-0! A first goal for Alex and some unselfish play by Noah across the game led to lots of chances and 4 great goals! The defence worked hard, the midfield kept the ball well and passed it forward quickly and our strikers created lots of chances! Brilliant! Well done team!