Merseyside non-league football side Prescot Cables have donated £500 to a local food bank charity after it was announced the government would end free school meals this half term.
By Paddy Allen "Hopefully a great Marine performance will see us through. We have a stronger team than we've had for some years, so we'll definitely give them a game." These are the words of Marine chairman, Paul Leary, as they...
A stalemate between the two teams on their opening game leaves a lot to be desired for their next fixture. Southport came closest, hitting the underside of the crossbar twice but it was the Hereford keeper who stole man of the match making an early figure tip save.
The Coronavirus pandemic has had a major effect on most industries and a significant amount of people around the world.
Non league clubs on Merseyside have added their backing to an open letter calling on the FA to reconsider its decision to expunge their seasons.
Covid-19 is disrupting all walks of life, football is no different with the Premier League and Football league suspended until further notice and non-league cancelled altogether. We spoke with chairman of City of Liverpool Paul Manning to find out how it’s affecting his club.
Southport fan and local businessman, Paul Newnham, has offered to donate £10,000 to help the club through the next two months of uncertainty. The Sandgrounders currently sit twelfth in the National League North and are seeking donations to pay staff...