Gloucestershire Football W/C 16th October 2017

Welcome to our ultimate list of Gloucestershire football for 16th-22nd October 2017. This week we have a good midweek programme dominated by GFA Challenge Trophy action. The weekend sees a return to league action for Gloucester City after a week off and FA Vase action for Longlevens live on Severn

Glos Football | September & October on Severn Sport

The 2017/18 football season is well under way and with pre-season and August under the belt we are starting to have an idea of how our local sides are shaping up. In August we've covered both rounds of the FA Cup, Hellenic league, Southern League & National League football and it

REPORT: Paulton Rovers 1-2 Slimbridge

The Swans returned from Winterfield Road with three points after a feisty encounter against a Paulton Rovers side that looked unrecognisable from the side from last season. The hosts took the lead just before the break with a disputed penalty, but two goals in five minutes from Slimbridge substitute Marley

Hellenic opener draw for Longlevnes & Brimscombe

Longlevens 1-1 Brimscombe & Thrupp Hellenic League Premier - 2nd August 2017 Ryan Butler reporting for Severn Sport There was a good turnout last night at Saw Mills End as Longlevens hosted county rivals Brimscombe and Thrupp on the curtain raiser to their Hellenic League campaign. The weather didn't help the cause of

Points shared on opening day at Glevum Park

Tuffley Rovers 1-1 Fairford Town Hellenic League Premier - August 1st 2017 Steven Bevan reporting for Severn Sport The first half of this game was even with few chances coming either sides way. Arguably the best chance of what was a very stop and start half came for Shayne Bradly who headed it

Opening day defeat for Lydney

Lydney Town 2-4 Highworth Town Hellenic League - August 1st 2017 Chris Farr reporting for Severn Sport   The start of the new Hellenic Prem season didn't quite go ti plan for Lydney Town. With 3 new signings starting in front of  a home crowd for the forest side hopes were high for manager Mark