Sunday 19th May - For those who like their history, the full set of club stats are now available, inclusive of this season's figures. The Historical Archive is extremely large and covers all team and player stats and analysis. If you played for our first team, or you know someone who played for our first team, they will be listed there, so why not take a look? Just click on the Historical Archive button and select the Epsom and Ewell FC badge.

Friday 17th May - The 2024/25 Football Association Allocations have now been released and unsurprisingly we remain in the Combined Counties League Premier Division South. We lose Colliers Wood United who are relegated, whilst AFC Croydon Athletic and Farnham Town were promoted, but AFC Whyteleafe, Corinthian Casuals and Chipstead join us. Looks like another difficult challenge for all twenty teams. The full allocations for Steps 5 and 6 are available above, while the Step 1 to 4 allocations are available HERE

Sunday 12th May - Our pre-season friendly schedule is now available to view. Just click on the banner above, but please note that many kick off times, venues, dates and even opponents may change, as is the nature with friendly matches, so keep checking back here nearer the time.

Saturday 11th May - A combined Presentation Evening was held with the newly formed Epsom and Ewell Ladies FC at the Epsom Golf Club and the main Player of the Year award, as voted by the supporters was won by Ethan Nelson-Roberts with Luke Miller as runner-up. Other main awards were won by Luke Miller (Player's Player of the Year), Luke Miller (Manager's Player of the Year), and a joint award to Ethan Nelson-Roberts and Luke Miller for the Committee Player of the Year. The Stella Lamont Award for Club Person of the Year went to our Physio Alfie Wyld. Congratulations to all of our winners!

Wednesday 8th May - It's here! The latest Salts seasonal summary from Club Historian Richard Lambert is now available to view. The summary also includes his goal of the season selection. Just click on the usual button above to find out what really happened in 2023/24.

Saturday 27th April - A challenging season ended in an appropriately low key manner as we laboured to a 1-1 draw against Guildford City. The match report is available in the reports section.

Sunday 25th February - Our club have now confirmed that we will be leaving the Reg Madgwick Stadium after just one season and will be sharing next season at King George's Field, the current home of Corinthian Casuals FC from next season in a two year agreement. They currently play at Step Four, although have finished in a relegation position and we are likely to face them in League action next season if they do drop. It will be our ninth home ground, and our sixth since losing our ground at West Street in 1993.

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