Transfers & Programmes

Transfers & Programmes

SCEFL Transfer Centre
end of 2016/17 Season

March Movements

Name -------------------- -From ----------------------------- To

Ben Ashton---------------Meridian--------------------------FC Elmstead
Arlie Desanges-----------Sutton Ath------------------------Sheppey United
Ryan Golding-------------Gravesham------------------------Bearsted
Chris-Pat Weber----------Meridian--------------------------Erith & Belvedere
Cedric Abraham----------Croydon---------------------------Gravesham
Connor Dodson-----------Cray Valley------------------------SC Thamesmead
Jack White-----------------Cray Valley------------------------SC Thamesmead
Tasser Hassan-------------Canterbury------------------------FC Elmstead
C,Charlton-----------------Holmesdale-----------------------Tunbridge Wells
E,Smith--------------------Farnborough FC------------------ Crowborough Ath

The transfer and registration deadline has now passed so no more movements until next season.

" Programme Insight"
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History & Report

Brief History of Snodland Nomads FC

Snodland Nomads Football Club was formed in 1969.

We are one of the largest voluntary organisations in the area, catering for the football needs of nearly 200 children, from 6 years to adults. We are currently working very closely with other local organisations, including Snodland Sports Association, the Football Alliance, the Town Council, the Community Association, Snodland Primary School and Holmesdale Technology College, to ensure that as many children as possible are able to participate in their chosen sport.

Snodland Nomads FC continually strives to improve standards and provide an increasingly safe environment for children to play football in, free from bullying and anti-social behaviour. To maintain this improvement the club has already achieved the FA Charter Standard, which is a target set by the FA and which all clubs are required to acquire in the future.

Our managers have attended Child Safety, First Aid and Level 1 Coaching courses, together with Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks, all of which will benefit the community.

In a bid to improve the standard of coaching at the club, some managers have also completed the FA Youth Award Modules 1 and 2 courses which looks at the development of the children in a football environment as well as the Level 1 goalkeeping course.

Together with other football clubs in Snodland we are developing a football pyramid system for which we hope to provide the foundation level for players who will then have the opportunity to progress to higher standards.

We are the largest organisation in the town and regularly arrange social activities in the town for our players and parents and local community, including our famous Father Christmas delivery run.

The 2012-13 football season was an historic event in our town when all the senior and junior clubs amalgamated to join as one club. The existing clubs will become known as:
Snodland Town FC
Snodland Town Reserves FC
Snodland Town Sunday FC
Snodland Town Nomads FC.

At this time we will be fielding around 14 teams each week with the intention of introducing teams into new age groups to play in local and county leagues.


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Scorers table updated to
include Saturday 23 March

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