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Showing posts from April, 2014

Match Reports - 2013/2014

Champions! All of the footage and reaction

Eastleigh FC secure promotion to the Conference Premier Champions of the Conference South 2013/2014
Friday 18th April 2014 - Eastleigh 2-1 Basingstoke Town

Champions Presentation

Manager Richard Hill reflects on promotion

Captain Glen Southam discusses promotion as Champions

Jai Reason discusses promotion as Champions

Lee Peacock discusses promotion as Champions

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Season Tickets 2014/15

Conference South Champions 2013/2014

Coverage from The Sports Pink - April 19th 2014

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Eastleigh crowned Champions of Skrill South

April Fixtures

Eastleigh Football Club Fixture List April 2014 

Tuesday 1st away to Bishops Stortford, The Skrill South - 7.45pm Saturday 5th Home to Whitehawk, The Skrill South - 3.00pm Tuesday 8th away to Bromley, The Skrill South - 7.45pm Saturday 12th away to Chelmsford City, The Skrill South  - 3.07pm Tuesday 15th Home to Dover Athletic, The Skrill South - 7.45pm Friday 18th Home to Basingstoke Town, The Skrill South - 3.00pm Monday 21st Away to Havant & Waterlooville, The Skrill South - 3.00pm Saturday 26th Home to Boreham Wood, The Skrill South - 3.00pm

Wednesday 2nd Home to Basingstoke Town - 2pm
Friday 4th away to Salisbury City - 2pm
Wednesday 9th away to Bashley - 2pm
Monday 14th Home to Southampton (Sparsholt) - 2pm
Friday 25th Home to Oxford United - 12pm
Wednesday 30th Home to Bashley - 2pm


Sunday 6th away to United Services - 2pm
Sunday 13th Home to Petersfield Town - 2pm
Sunday 20th away to Colden Common - 2pm
Sunday 27th Home to Christchurch - 2pm




Charity Day – TSSC 10 Hour Treadmill Marathon

On Saturday 5th April 2014 members of The Spitfires Supporters Club will be holding a 10 hour treadmill marathon at Eastleigh Football Club. 
We are hoping to reach a target of 50 miles in this time in a bid to raise money for a local Hampshire child bereavement charity called ‘Simon Says’. Simon Says’ aims to:
1. Support Hampshire children and young people up to the age of 18 years their families who have a close relative or friend who has died or is dying
2. Offer families information and strategies to move forward but never to forget
3. Provide written information and resources to bereaved children and their families
4. Run a telephone helpline
5. Host monthly support groups
6. Provide befriending and counselling as necessary
7. Support and give advice/training to teachers, doctors and other professionals working with bereaved children and young people
For more information on “Simon Says” please visit:
If you could spare the time to donate to this great cause…