Welcome to Southbank Cuaco Football club

We pride ourselves on our club spirit both on and off the pitch.  We are always on the look out for good players, but above all we look for club men who share our love of football and the way it should be played.

Next Match: Sat 5th December

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Announcement:  We are in lockdown atm but back playing on 5th December

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

In celebrating their 20 year anniversay, The Football Foundation has published their Local Football Facility Plans. The Plans have graded our home, The Dulwich Sports Ground, as the second equal priority project for investment by the foundation. The same could mean the construction of a new 11 a side 3g pitch, improvements to our current pitches and clubhouse refurbishment. Have a look at the link below!

localplans.footballfoundation.org.uk/local-authorities-index/southwark/southwark-local-football-f...
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

In celebrating their 20 year anniversay, The Football Foundation has published their Local Football Facility Plans. The Plans have graded our home, The Dulwich Sports Ground, as the second equal priority project for investment by the foundation. The same could mean the construction of a new 11 a side 3g pitch, improvements to our current pitches and clubhouse refurbishment. Have a look at the link below!

https://localplans.footballfoundation.org.uk/local-authorities-index/southwark/southwark-local-football-facility-plan/

3 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

Match Reports for 31/10/2020- Halloween Edition

2s- hosted Nottsborough 3s in the cup. On paper it looked like it would be a difficult assignment for 2s give that the visitors play in the division above. And so it proved with Nottsborough controlling the game and running out 4-1 winners. Perre Dhani-Heath scoring what proved to be a consolation goal for SBC.

3s- were at home in the cup against a Merton Reserves side who who in a division higher than SBC. The visitors put SBC under tremendous pressure throughout, however missed a penalty which would have given them the lead. With SBC managing to to keep them game scoreless, they broke in the final 5 minutes and managed to find Oliver "the glove" Johnson 10 yards in his own half, who then carried the ball to the Merton penalty area round the goal keep to slot home the opener. Merton pushed even more in the dying minutes looking for an equaliser and although they hit the post in the last seconds, could find a way past Morgan Smith in the sticks. A 1-0 victory and a place in the next round of the cup represents a good days work for Mark Aston's men.

4s- faced Polytechnic 7s at Turney Road in a clash between two newly promoted teams in Junior Division 2. The 4s set the tone for the first half by dominating position in the new look 433 formation. They took a deserved lead when James Smith drove a freekick beneath the jumping wall and past the keeper. Smith then turned provider by slipping Dan Ogoun through one on one, who finished left footed high into the net. The 4s made it to half time with their lead intact thanks to holding their shape and a goal line clearance from Robbie Cockburn. In the 2nd half the visitors were unable to create clear cut chances and SBC effectively killed the game when Christian Paschina’s corner was flicked on by Warren Kitchlew Wilson and then forced home by a Polytechnic defender under pressure from James Pollard. Matt Lennon put the icing on the cake with a cool finish following Kitchlew Wilson's driving run and through ball. The 4-0 win sees SBC move to within 3 points of 3rd place.

5s- Were away at Actonians Association in Junior Division 3. Searching for a 2nd league win of the season, the 5s were left frustrated and disappointed after a 2-2 draw. Goal scorers were Troy Thomas and Rodney Amos. SBC remain 9th in the division but with plenty of games left.

6s- Were away at Old Wilsonians in Junior Division 4 looking for their first win of the league season. After 3 straight draws in the league the 6s debuted a new 424 formation, putting an emphasis on all out attack. The tactics bore fruit as Dan George opened the scoring thanks to Damien Froch's nice run and pass. However, against the run of play the hosts equalised. In the 2nd hald SBC retook the lead via a cross come shot from Quincy 'the gool' Simargool finding the top corner. The 6s held on to win (thanks in no small part to man of the match, Jack Richards' stint in goal) their first game of the season and are unbeaten in 4 in the league.

7s- Hosted local rivals Alleyns in a friendly match. Despite the rivalry, the game was contested in a good spirit and won 3-2 by SBC 7s. Goals were scored by Simon Manners and a double form debutant George Hatswell.

8s- Were at home to HSBC 5s looking to close the gap on the league leaders. A disappointing outing saw the 8s crash to a 3-1 defeat. Adam 'the sheriff' Stewart scoring for the 8s who remain 3 points off the promotion places.

9s-Faced a tricky trip to Junior Division 5b leaders, City of London Reserves. The hosts were unbeaten and had won 4 out of 4 games, scoring 23 goals. Despite the stats, Phil Truman's 9s ripped up the form book and ran out 2-1 winners following Jeremiah Towolawi's penalty and Akiiki Bedeaux. The 9s are just out of the promotion places on goal difference and 3 points ahead of the 8s.

10s- The 10s (or SBC X as the cool kids call them) hosted a mix Old Wilsonians Side in a friendly, beating them 3-1. A nice move led to Mike Atti's deflected 20 yard shot opening the scoring before Jos Freedman doubled the lead with a great volley. A few missed chances at both ends before Wilsonais pulled one back in the second half. Despite some pressure, including a great save from Alfie Cooper, Tom Chesseman secured the win with the last kick of the game to make it 3-1. The only negative was the injury suffered by captain Jos Freedman, and we wish him a speedy recovery.
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3 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

Results for 31/10/20

2s lost 1-4 v Nottsborough 3s

3s won 1-0 v Merton 2s

4s won 4-0 v Polytechnic 7s

5s drew 2-2 v Actonians 7s

6s won 2-1 v Old Wilsonians 6s

7s won 3-2 v Alleyns 7s

8s lost 1-3 v HSBC 5s

9s won 2-1 v City of London 2s

10s won 3-1 v Old Wilsonians 8s
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4 weeks ago

South Bank Cuaco FC

SBC Training Session tomorrow Wednesday 7pm til 9pm at Crystal Palace Sports Centre North Pitch (3G)
Please note the new timings for winter training sessions at Crystal Palace.

We will continue to split into four groups. Please leave plenty of time to get through the centre so that we can use our time on pitch efficiently. The centre will refuse entry for players who are more than 15 minutes late for the session.

PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT THIS IS A MEMBERS ONLY SESSION. YOU HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF OUR CLUB OR HAVE REGISTERED WITH ANAM ‘BIG BIRD’ HASSAN OUR RECRUITMENT OFFICER, AS A TRIALIST

Also remember to complete the covid self assessment before attending!
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About Us

South Bank Cuaco FC is one of the longest established and largest amateur league clubs in South London. We field eight teams in the Southern Amateur League and in Amateur Football Association Cups. 

We are a vibrant club with good training and an awesome club spirit.  We are always on the look out for good club men of all abilities from semi pro to social.  If you want to join our club then register your interest by clicking one of the “Join Us” buttons on this page.

League Positions – 2019/20

Southern Amateur League – Senior Division 3

 



Southern Amateur League – Intermediate Division 2



Southern Amateur League – Junior Division 2 South



Southern Amateur League – Junior Division 3 South



Southern Amateur League – Junior Division 4 South



Southern Amateur League – Junior Division 4 South



Southern Amateur League – Junior Division 5 South



Southern Amateur League – Junior Division 5 South



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