Month: May 2015

16 to 18 squad Announced

A mixed squad of u16, u17 and u18 players we hope can feed into our current u18 setup in the Durham County League, will be playing in the Quantum League and coached by David Pounder.



Rob Anderson
Dan Hawkes
Lewis Robinson
Kevin Whitfield
Ben Whitfield
Craig Moody
James Blackmore
Jake Robinson
Brandon Turnbull
Adam Genner
Cieran Jackson
Cameron Tague
Callum Guy
Adam Dobson
Kevin Anstey
Andrew Coulson
Jack Burrows
Connor Storey


To be confirmed

Jake McKellar
Regan Blakey
Connor Ward

Under 15’s Squad Announced

The Shildon Under 15’s squad for the 2015/16 season is as follows, the team will be playing in the Quantum League and will be coached by Dan Madden.


Tom Gillette
Harry Bourne
Jordan Patterson
Ellis Wymer
Dylan Smith
Jack Hodgson
Josh Davison
Declan Sprosten
Kevin Luke Pearn
Logan Freeman
Callum Banki
Alfie Pearn
Thomas Scothern
Jack Crocher
Dominic Harrison
Callum Thompson
Jason Jones
Connor Slack
Lucas Hallimond
Christopher Robinson


Shildon AFC Community Football Centre Presentation Evening

Shildon AFC Community Football Centre are holding there presentation evening on Friday 12th June 2015 at Shildon leisure centre.

Tickets are now on sale, priced at £4 each.

All registered players free also siblings up to the age 16 are free.

Let’s all support the players and come along.

Group and Disco for entertainment and of course bar and food available.

Tickets can be purchased via team secretaries and Phil.

Many Thanks

Contract News


Since the season’s end, fourteen of the successful double cup-winning side have so far elected to remain with the Railwaymen by signing new contracts.

The news is a boost for fans who can already look forward to a strong Shildon side competing in next season’s Northern League championship and the various cup competitions.

Signed on so far are:

Kyle Hayes
Lewis Graham
Jamie Harwood
John Brackstone
Darren Richardson
Carl Jones
Bobby Moore
Mark Hudson
Mark Doninger
Sam Hodgson
Paul Connor
Ben Wood
Billy Greulich-Smith
Mickey Rae

We also wish Lee Scroggins and Adam Rundle all the best for the future.

Lee Scroggins has returned to his former club South Shields in the Northern League second division.

Adam has taken up the role of  manager of Norton and Stockton Ancients who have just been promoted to Northern League Division One.

Darren Craddock will unfortunately be out for the new season after damaging his cruciate knee ligament, and wish him a speedy and full recovery.

Chris Emms has also decided the time has come to move on to new challenges and has moved to Marske United