Blog Spot

Blog Spot

A home for SCEFL content found around the World Wide Web.

A place to celebrate some of the great work done by Bloggers, Groundhoppers, YouTubers and Match Reviewers who visit our grounds.

'That'll Be The Day'

Erith Town v Crowborough Athletic

SCEFL Challenge Cup Quarter Final - 07/02/18

The three pairs of socks that I had donned had long since given up being an effective form of defence against Jack Frost when Ross Treleaven’s shot from 12 yards consigned 62 people to a further toes-numbing half-hour. Young Sidney Warden might have made himself a hero to those longing for the warmth of the car heater when he ran clear three minutes into added time but he agonisingly pulled his shot wide and extra time was confirmed...... read more

Erith Town 2-3 Cray Valley PM


Veteran striker Kevin Lisbie scored the goal that proved to be the difference in an entertaining game between Erith Town and Cray Valley PM.

'Crows Unofficial'

Sheppey United v Crowborough Athletic

SCEFL Premier Division - 06/03/18

Well it’s been a chaotic few weeks, to put it mildly, so chaotic in fact that I didn’t actually manage to get to this game. There are mitigating factors of course and any decent lawyer could get me off the hook at Football Supporters Court. My punishment, if you can call it that, was a complete set of bitten fingernails and an “ice cream headache” from staring at Twitter for 90 minutes without blinking but the important thing is that despite my lack of attendance, the Crows escaped from the island with another clean sheet and all three points..... Read more

'Mike T'

Erith & Belvedere v Punjab United

SCEFL First Division

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Bracknell Town & District Sunday League blogger Tony Hardy who has spent the last year visiting the football grounds of the South East and has pulled together his collection of the best football grounds in Kent

Here’s Tony’s picks in reverse order: here and it includes a couple of our SCEFL sides!

'The Wycombe Wanderer'

Crockenhill v K Sports

SCEFL First Division


WESTED MEADOW is a groundhoppers favourite and rightly so as it’s delightfully ramshackle. There’s the main stand that holds around 150 at a push, plus a couple of covered areas holding around the same again. There’s a basic tea bar, plus a great clubhouse. Though the drinks range is limited, the walls are plastered with newspaper cuttings related to the club.... Read More

Football: Wherever it may be - Laurence's Football Travels

Laurence Reade takes a trip into the SCEFL Premier Division to take in Corinthian v Sheppey United....

Scratch the surface of Corinthian and you find founder Ron Billings. Even though he died in 1991 a brief flick through the programme shows a number of his family still in involved with the club he founded in 1972. You could say he built the club in his own back garden..... read more

'Two Men In Search of the Beautiful Game'

Erith Town FC Vs Windsor FC, FA Vase 2nd Round Oakwood (12/11/17)

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North Kent Non League

Kent Football United v Punjab United

SCEFL First Division 03/02/18

It wasn’t just non-stop rain in Dartford it was non-stop goals as this half of ‘Super Saturday’ in the SCEFL First Division produced a highly entertaining and competitive game that saw Punjab United move to the top of the table after coming from behind twice to go on and win the match 6-2.... Read more

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Kent Non League Podcast

In this week's episode the SCEFL chat may be limited but the content is still great as we hear from Dover goalkeeper Mitch Walker after a devastating week for their play-off hopes - and Matt gives some brilliant analysis of where it's all gone wrong. Hythe Town boss Sam Denly talks about his side's brilliant form, and we discuss all the rest of the action as the season really hots up. Plus there's talk about the Kent Senior Cup Final, Courtney Cox, This Is Us and a riveting story about the vicar who married Matt...

by Jon Phipps and Matt Gerrard