Wimbledon Away Tickets

AFC Wimbledon v. Sunderland

Saturday 25th August 2018, kick-off 3.00 p.m.

Tickets for this game are now sold out.

Register Now!

Just a reminder that it is now possible to register with Wear Down South (SAFCSA London Branch) by selecting the link: www.weardownsouth.com/join-renew

Gillingham Away Tickets

Gillingham v. Sunderland

Wednesday 22nd August 2018, kick-off 7.45 p.m.

Tickets for this game are now sold out.

However, fans in the UK can watch league games which do not kick off during the Blocked Hours (2.45pm-5.15pm on a Saturday) and are not selected for broadcast by the EFL’s broadcast partners. 

HOW TO VIEW THE GAME

Supporters in the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man can watch the game for £10 (prices are set by the EFL).

To sign up simply visit www.safc.com/video and follow the instructions. Supporters are asked to read the information carefully to ensure they can access the live stream.

Due to EFL regulations, the live stream can only be viewed on laptop or PC. Supporters wishing to watch the game on a mobile or tablet, must download the official SAFSee App from the Apple Store or Google Play, then navigate to the Live section within the app and log-in using their SAFSee account.

A help desk is available for supporters should they have any issues with accessing the service, safseesupport@streamamg.com

Luton Away Tickets

Luton Town v. Sunderland

Saturday 11th August 2018, kick-off 3.00 p.m.

Tickets for this game are now sold out.

More England Recognition

Ladies fans will be delighted with the news that Sunderland’s Lucy Staniforth has been added to the Lionesses squad for England’s World Cup qualifier away to Russia on Friday (8th June, kick-off 5.00 p.m. BST, live on the BBC Red Button and on line)

Lucy (better known as “Stan”) has been an outstanding player for the Lasses since her return to the club where she started in women’s football at the age of 16, and won the s17-18 Player of the Season award by a comfortable margin.  Her selection is overdue recognition for her skill and determination.

Could Stan be the 8th player to be capped by England developed by a club the FA no longer deem to be worthy of a place at the top levels of the national league structure?  We wish her luck!

Meanwhile there have been crumbs of comfort against the recent FA structural review in that new club owner Stewart Donald has confirmed that the “ladies team is an important part of our Sunderland family…….. We want to continue the club’s long-standing tradition of developing top-class women’s footballers, as well as giving young girls the opportunity to aspire to play for Sunderland when they grow up.”

Where, and at what level, this may be will depend on the outcome of an appeal by the club to the FA against the decision to exclude them.