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OJFC vs Old Suttonians

The OJFC will be back at the School on Saturday, 10 February playing the Old Suttonians in an Arthurian League game. 

Kick off is at 12.30 pm on the main fields with a post-match tea in the Dining Hall for players and supporters from 2.00 pm. All support would be very welcome!

Competing in the Arthurian League, OJFC are looking to do a Bournemouth FC over the next couple of years and rise to the top of the prestigious Old Boys League. This season, home games will be played at Imber Court, which provides great pitches, facilities, and of course, a top bar! Training takes place on Tuesdays during the season - TBC over the season break.  

The club only has one team out this season but hopes to establish a second team in the coming years. We welcome players of all abilities wanting to join - our transfer window is open all year - and spectators for that matter too. Did we mention there's a very decent bar?

So, if you're desperate to dust off those boots, get fit, have fun, and more importantly, be part of a FC looking to conquer the Arthurian Leagues over the next few years, then get in touch via the OJFC official Facebook or Twitter pages, or email at

Match Report : Saturday 11 February 2017 v KCS, Wimbledon

With serious doubts over the game even going ahead, OJFC returned to home soil for an Arthurian League game, in the snow.

OJs started strongly with a couple of half chances passing by. Unfortunately though, not able to convert one in the first half. 0-0 at the break. 

Second half continued as the first. After knocking on the door, OJs took the lead. A cross came in, and Tom M angled a header back across goal, for Spence to attack, directing a header goal wards which made it's way over the line off the bar, and possibly the oppo too - a goal that the dubious goal panel are still reviewing but either way, fully deserved. 

Bar a 10/15 mins spell from KCS, OJFC saw the game home, playing out another mature performance, and second clean sheet in a row (yes, second in a row!). 

A solid win, cementing our position joint top of the league. With 3rd place to play OJFC - it really is all to play for in the hunt for promotion playoffs.

And a top top effort to everyone who made it down on the day and who took part in the post match activities.