Bootle FC earned a fine 3-0 victory against Merseyside rivals Prescot Cables today in the North West Counties League First Division North. Bootle came into the game coming off a couple of impressive wins, including a 5-0 win over 1874 Northwich and penalty shootout victory over Trafford in the FA Trophy.
EXCLUSIVE As the players of City of Liverpool FC and Colne made their way back to the dressing rooms, they walk across a narrow grass walkway. The tight platform leads them directly from the pitch to the changing rooms, and has fans from both clubs leaning over the rails - literally touching distance of the players.
Merseyrail Ladies prepared for their FA Cup tie against Durham with a victory over Fleetwood Town in the league. Following a 10-0 demolition of Manchester side Wythenshawe Amateurs last week, Merseyrail Ladies are just 90 minutes away from the first-round proper of the Vitality Women’s FA Cup.
Marine prepare to take on "Hollywood" side Wrexham in the final qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup. After a huge takeover by film stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, Wrexham have become a prominent side, currently sitting 12th in the National League.
A Southport player suffered received racist abuse on social media following the club's 3-1 loss at York, the club has alleged. They say the abuse happened on social media following the defeat on Saturday.
Southport have appointed Terry McPhillips as new assistant manager. Following a poor start to the season that has left Southport rooted to the bottom of the National League North, the club has appointed Terry McPhillips as assistant manager.
City of Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by Colne in the second round of qualifying for the Buildbase FA Trophy at Rivacre Park. In a fiercely competed tie, goalkeeper Theo Roberts had a moment to forget when Reece Webb-Foster fired low in the eighth minute, the ball slipping through the keepers grasp for the only goal of the match.
Top-flight football is on pause for the next week, with the international break rolling around once again. The fortnight between fixtures is usually a big grievance for fans but this weekend, there's plenty of football to watch on Merseyside!
Southport earned their place in the final round of qualifiers for the FA Cup with a replay victory against Spennymoor FC. They will now look to a massive home tie against high-flying Altrincham Town.
Marine face Atherton Collieries in their FA Cup Third Qualifying Round replay after a goalless first tie at the Skuna Stadium. Marine, hoping to continue their FA Cup love affair after last season's heroics, struggled to create chances with the best opportunity coming in the last minute through Tranmere Rovers loanee, Kyle Hayde.