Youth Round-up


The under-13s celebrate winning the Hampshire Cup

With a lot of uncertainty around the country it is great for Southampton Women's FC to be able to bring you some positivity.


Today saw three of our youth teams in league and cup action within Hampshire and there's plenty of smiles on the faces of our youngsters this evening.


The youngest of our teams the under-11s made it all the way to the Hampshire Plate Final in their debut season under the guidance of Neil Senneck with also first team player Rose Kite helping the girls.


The u11s have had two consecutive weekends of good performances and their place in the final was well deserved.


There was no football for our under-12s this weekend however, last Sunday they did take part in a futsal tournament which saw the team split in two.

The under-12s celebrate their success at last Sunday's futsal tournament.

Splitting the team up can sometimes be a difficult thing to do however, the girls proved their ability and were successful as the club record First and Third place respectfully.


It's now four wins in a row in all competitions for the under-13s following today's Hampshire Cup Final win over KBS Youth Dragons.


A stunning win following last weeks 6-1 win against Winchester City Flyers.


For the eldest team, the under-16s, it was a tough encounter against league leaders New Milton Town who hadn't lost a game in the league.


Both teams went toe to toe but it was the Reds who came out on top winning by just one goal scored through Gabriella Tchuenkam.


The u16s still fourth with games in hand on the teams above them, they are also in the Southampton District FA Cup Final and Hampshire Cup Final both will see them face New Milton Town.


Congratulations to all our teams over the last two weekends, some top results and excellent performances.


All smiles from the under-11s as they finish runners-up in the Hampshire Plate


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