Welcome to Shenfield AFC

Welcome to the Shenfield AFC website. 

Shenfield AFC was started by a group of Shenfield High School leavers who couldn’t find a team to play for and who wanted to continue playing together. From humble beginnings, Shenfield AFC has amassed some impressive club honours and has developed into a five-team football club, playing across two leagues and five divisions.

You can view our five teams’ current league standings on the FA website using the blue buttons.

You can read our most recent match reports below or click here to see more. Our recent results are also available. If you have any questions or would like to get in touch, please contact us.

Our Sponsors

Without our sponsors, we would not be able to maintain 5 competitive teams and keep them kitted-up.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, The Eagle and Child’s Jeremy Harris and Panache Hair, for everything they do for the club.

Shenfield AFC News

Results 10th March 2018

Not  a great day all told. 2 draws and 2 defeats. With both Vets Teams (A & B) drawing heir games 1-1 (Campbell) against Collier Row and 0-0 versus Gt Baddow, respectively. The EOL res’s lost 2-1 (Obi) at promotion rivals Catholic Res. and an understrength 1st team on the end of 5-0 drubbing by FC Hamlets. Nuff said

Results 10th February 2018

The Vets A take centre stage this week after their 7-1 drubbing of Harold Hill. Ade Agunbiade (2), Francis Wight, Glen Southgate (2), Martin King and Dan Walker with the goals. An under strength EOL 1st XI battled bravely against promotion hopefuls Gt Baddow but lost to the odd goal in 5 with Will Marlowe and sub Gavan Hammerton on target for The Blues. After dispatching high flyers Leigh Ramblers last week the Vets B were hoping to cement their promotion challenge against lowly Fullbrook Royals but came unstuck in another 5 goal thriller. Daniel Kirby and the long serving Steve Luck...
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Results 3rd February 2018

Not the best of days for Shenfields various XI’s with 3 defeats, 1 win and a postponement to boot. After the EOL Reserves games fell foul of the local precipitation in Bishops Stortford it was left to the remaining sides to carry the Blue flag.   The Williamson Sisters took the EOL 1st XI to in form Catholic looking to inflict something of a shock on their hosts in Essex Premier Cup quarter final. Sadly it wasn’t to be as they went down 5-1 to their Premier league counterparts. The Vets A gave leaders Little Thurrock Dynamos a scare as they lost out by the odd...
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