Skip to main content

Reports

Eastleigh FC

2013/2014

Home League Games:

Eastleigh 0-1 Boreham Wood - 26/04/14
Eastleigh 2-1 Basingstoke Town - 18/04/14 - (Yemi Odubade, Ben Wright) CHAMPIONS!
Eastleigh 1-0 Dover Athletic - 15/04/14 - (Lee Peacock)
Eastleigh 3-2 Whitehawk - 05/04/14 - (Ben Wright, Chris Todd, Stuart Fleetwood)
Eastleigh 6-0 Dorchester Town - 25/03/14 - (Jai Reason 3, Chris Todd, Ben Wright, Yemi Odubade)
Eastleigh 4-2 Bishops Stortford - 15/03/14 - (Ben Wright 3, Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 1-0 Chelmsford City - 11/03/14 - (Reece Connolly)
Eastleigh 3-1 Weston-super-Mare - 01/03/14 - (Ben Wright, Jai Reason, Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 3-2 Maidenhead United - 25/02/14 - (Reece Connolly, Stuart Fleetwood, Ben Strevens)
Eastleigh 3-1 Ebbsfleet United - 25/01/14 - (Jai Reason 3)
Eastleigh 2-1 Gosport Borough - 18/01/14 - (Craig McAllister, Ben Strevens)
Eastleigh 2-1 Bath City - 28/12/13 - (Ben Strevens, Jamie Collins)
Eastleigh 1-2 Tonbridge Angels - 23/11/13 - (Jamie Collins)
Eastleigh 1-0 Farnborough - 09/11/13 - (Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 1-0 Staines Town - 19/10/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 1-1 Concord Rangers - 05/10/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 1-0 Hayes & Yeading United - 21/09/13 - (Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 2-0 Eastbourne Borough - 17/09/13 - (Jai Reason, Glen Southam)
Eastleigh 2-1 Bromley - 07/09/13 - (Craig McAllister, Stuart Fleetwood)
Eastleigh 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville - 26/08/13
Eastleigh 1-0 Sutton United - 17/08/13 - (Yemi Odubade)

Away League Games:

Havant & Waterlooville 1-0 Eastleigh - 21/04/14
Chelmsford City 0-0 Eastleigh - 12/04/14
Bromley 1-2 Eastleigh - 08/04/14 - (Ben Wright 2)
Bishops Stortford 2-2 Eastleigh - 01/04/14 - (Ben Wright, Ben Strevens)
Hayes & Yeading 1-1 Eastleigh - 30/03/14 - (Craig McAllister)
Staines Town 0-0 Eastleigh - 22/03/14
Whitehawk 1-4 Eastleigh - 18/03/14 - (Ben Wright, Craig McAllister 2, Reece Connolly)
Concord Rangers 3-2 Eastleigh - 08/03/14 - (Ben Wright, Ben Strevens)
Eastbourne Borough 1-1 Eastleigh - 04/03/14 - (Stuart Fleetwood)
Farnborough 0-1 Eastleigh - 22/02/14 - (Ben Wright)
Tonbridge Angels 2-1 Eastleigh - 17/02/14 - (Stuart Fleetwood)
Weston-super-Mare 3-2 Eastleigh - 21/01/14 - (Craig McAllister, Yemi Odubade)
Dorchester Town 1-2 Eastleigh - 26/12/13 - (Ben Strevens, Jai Reason)
Dover Athletic 1-2 Eastleigh - 17/12/13 - (Ben Strevens, Stuart Fleetwood)
Gosport Borough 0-2 Eastleigh - 12/11/13 - (Yemi Odubade, Glen Southam)
Sutton United 1-1 Eastleigh - 02/11/13 - (Craig McAllister)
Ebbsfleet United 3-1 Eastleigh - (Stuart Fleetwood)
Maidenhead United 1-3 Eastleigh - 14/09/13 - (Yemi Odubade 2, Craig McAllister)
Boreham Wood 0-3 Eastleigh - 31/08/13 - (Craig McAllister, Stuart Fleetwood, Jai Reason)
Basingstoke Town 2-0 Eastleigh - 24/08/13
Bath City 0-1 Eastleigh - 20/08/13 - (Ben Strevens)

Cup Games

Eastleigh 0-1 Cambridge United - FA Trophy Quarter Final - 01/02/14
Eastleigh 3-2 Dover Athletic - FA Trophy 3rd Round - 11/01/14 - (Jai Reason, Ben Strevens, Jamie Collins)
Eastleigh 2-0 Gateshead - FA Trophy 2nd Round - 14/12/13 - (Jamie Collins, Stuart Fleetwood)
Bury Town 0-3 Eastleigh - FA Trophy 1st Round Proper - 30/11/13 - (Ben Strevens 2, Craig McAllister)
Maidstone United 1-2 Eastleigh - FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round - 16/11/13 - (Craig McAllister, Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 2-3 Oxford City - FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round - 12/10/13 - (Jamie Collins, Stuart Fleetwood)
Eastleigh 0-1 Whitchurch United - Hampshire Senior Cup - 01/10/13
Eastleigh 4-0 Mangotsfield United - FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round - 28/09/13 - (Jai Reason, Glen Southam, Stuart Fleetwood, Sam Wilson)

Friendlies:

North Leigh 0-1 Eastleigh - 10/08/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 1-2 Salisbury City - 03/08/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 2-4 Woking - 30/07/13 - (Yemi Odubade, Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 0-1 Southampton XI - 26/07/13
Eastleigh 2-1 Aldershot Town - 20/07/13 - (Jai Reason, Stuart Fleetwood)
Wantage Town 1-6 Eastleigh - 16/07/13 - (Chris Todd, Michael Green, Jai Reason, Damian Scannell, Ben Dillon, Jack Ross)
Eastleigh 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers - 09/07/13

Archived Seasons:

2013/2014 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/match-reports-20132014.html

2012/2013 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/match-reports-20122013.html

2011/2012 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/match-reports-20112012.html

2010/2011 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.com/2011/05/match-reports-20102011.html

2009/2010 - http://www.eastleigh-fc.co.uk/reports-0910

2008/2009 - http://www.eastleigh-fc.co.uk/reports-0809

2007/2008 - http://www.eastleigh-fc.co.uk/reports-0708

Popular posts from this blog

Hill indicates returning Flitney's role

Richard Hill has indicated that Ross Flitney's main responsibility on his return to Eastleigh will be that of goalkeeping coach.

Flitney who won the Conference South with Eastleigh in 2013/14 comes with the added benefit of providing competition for the number one jersey.
Hill said: “Ross will be registered as a player but don’t forget that Ben Strevens (coach) and Paul Reid (head of recruitment) are also registered players, but it’s not the case that they’re going to play that many games.

“I’m not saying Ross won’t, but I’ve always said that he will be a good goalkeeper coach.

“Forget his age, experience and everything else, I told him when he was here before that he should think about doing his badges and I said it again when he was with me at Whitehawk.

“Until the last few weeks, Ross hadn’t been that interested, but I spoke to him again and told him this would be a nice opportunity for him.

“I’ve seen him put on some very good coaching sessions and it’s a chance now for him to…

Flitney and Zebroski return

Eastleigh have announced the return of goalkeeper Ross Flitney and striker Chris Zebroski.

Flitney, who has played almost 200 times for the Spitfires, will compete for the number 1 shirt and also join Richard Hill's back room staff as goalkeeping coach. He was a prominent figure in the side that won promotion from the Conference South to the National League as Champions in 2014.

Also returning is striker Chris Zebroski who joins on a 1-year-deal. Zebroski had a short time with Eastleigh in 2013. He last played for Newport County and brings with him Football League experience.


Duo Return -

➡️ https://t.co/a3vpgkNEVt#Spitfires

🔵⚪️ pic.twitter.com/cNBR9FPoYl — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) June 20, 2017

Zebroski signs for Eastleigh

Eastleigh FC are pleased to announce the signing of Ex-Cheltenham Town forward Chris Zebroski.
Chris, 26, joins as a free agent after being released by Cheltenham Town in January 2013. Chris had scored 6 goals in 24 appearances for Cheltenham after a summer switch from Bristol Rovers.
He started off at Swindon Town as a youth player in 2003-2004, and after an initial spell at Cirencester Town, worked his way back in to the football league, eventually transferring to Wycombe Wanderers for a substantial fee.

Richard Hill has stated that Chris is due to train with the squad today and will be available for selection for Tuesday evening's home game against local rivals Havant and Waterlooville. We would like to welcome Chris in to the squad and hope he can come and play to the best of his ability for the Spitfires.

Thank you EDOF

A BIG THANK YOU
Eastleigh Football Club can announce the resignation of Director of Football David Malone, who is standing down with immediate effect.
Dave has been an integral part of the Spitfires since becoming Director of Football in May 2006, but due to personal reasons he cannot continue his valued commitment to the club.

Posting on the EFC fans forum Dave says “I would like to thank everybody associated with Eastleigh Football Club for allowing me the privilege of sharing so many positive experiences over the past 6 years - and I truly wish the Club every future success”.

Dave who was previously a Director at Winchester City, Salisbury City & Bashley FC has been actively involved in every aspect of the Club and instrumental in Eastleigh’s on the pitch progress. Off field he was an influence in attracting Bridle Insurance to the Club. Simply put, without Dave’s hard work and efforts Eastleigh would not be at our present level within the higher echelons of Non League F…