Josh Linsley turned in a fine performance in the middle of the park A last-gasp Josh Bagshaw goal handed Scarborough Football Scholarship’s Under-19s a battling 5-4 win against visitors i2i International Academy Crimson at the Flamingo Land Stadium. Having grabbed a 2-0 win against i2i Whites a week earlier, SFS maintained their form in the first half, marching to a 4-0 lead. Ben Leeson drilled home a free-kick to give SFS a 1-0 advantage early
Scarborough Football Scholarship Ladies claimed a thrilling 6-4 win when they entertained Sunderland 2 in the National Football Youth League Womens’ Premier. Hat-trick hero Christy Thompson The lead was doubled on the half-hour when striker Izzy Matique finished well. Sunderland dug in and pulled it back to 2-2, but a speculative strike from distance by Christy Thompson restored the lead. Sunderland took control either side of the break and managed to forge ahead at 4-3.
Two of Scarborough Football Scholarship’s teams will be in action on Wednesday with home games at the Flamingo Land Stadium. SFS Ladies celebrate a goal before lockdown Firstly, the SFS Ladies team will entertain Sunderland 2 in the National Football Youth League, with a 12pm kick off. The Scholarship Ladies, who will team up with our partners from Malton School, will be looking to make a positive return. Prior to lockdown, SFS had picked up
Scarborough Football Scholarship returned to action after an enforced break with a 2-0 friendly win on the road at i2i International Academy. The Scholars looked rusty for much of the game, but still had enough quality to come out on top. After a goalless first period, the Scholars took the lead when Josh Bagshaw pounced on a mistake and finished well. The advantage was doubled through Jay Smith-Colley, who forced the ball home from close
All of our Scarborough Football Scholarship teams will be wearing smart new kits from Hope & Glory Sportswear. Check out the new red home kit and white away kit on the video below.
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The Scarborough Football Scholarship are holding an Open Evening at the Flamingo Land Stadium on December 16. The football and education provider will be throwing the event open to male and female students that are currently in school Year 11. The Open Evening, which takes place between 6pm and 9pm, will give potential scholars the chance to meet the tutoring and coaching staff and ask any questions they have about the course. In attendance will
The Scarborough Athletic Scholarship side will return to action tomorrow in a behind-closed-doors National Alliance Under-19 League home game against Harrogate Town, 12pm. The Scholars will be hoping to maintain their fine form in the league this season, which has seen them rise up to second in the table. It has been a frustrating time for the Scarborough side, as they have been without a game since the start of lockdown, but they are now
The Scarborough Football Scholarship’s Under-23 team will kick off their National Football Youth League campaign at the beginning of next month with an away trip at Carlisle United. This game on December 7th will be a Scholarship debut in that league, which also contains Everton, Crystal Palace, Barnsley and Tranmere Rovers. That fixture will be followed by a home game against Barnsley on December 14th. All of the Scholarship’s home games will be played at
One of our SFS minibuses is really looking the part after being signed up by Scarborough company Blue Raptor Signs. The minibus, which takes our students to and from both their studies and games, has now been emblazoned with our logos and graphics. Director Steve Brennan said: “Blue Raptor have done a great job. We can now advertise SFS wherever we go.”