As the Club looks to move to it’s new ground on Ruskin Drive Sportsground we are seeking a new Club Partner.
Small businesses can get great publicity and create valuable goodwill by sponsoring Pilkington FC. It is an excellent opportunity to... Read More | Share it now!
Following the Cheshire League Management Committee decision to declare our win against Billinge FC void and order a replay we have taken the decision to appeal.
The League Management Committee have stated that the decision was on the basis that the... Read More | Share it now!
First Team Manager, Ste Palfrey will be looking close to home as he looks to strengthen the squad for next season. The team has shown great progress this season but the manager recognises that the young squad is in need of more players and also some... Read More | Share it now!
With a new development plan in place, the Club will introduce 3 new teams from 2016/17.
The Committee has alway been very keen to rebuild the club after the setbacks it has suffered over recent years and they have been working hard behind the... Read More | Share it now!
The Club has confirmed that the Annual General Meeting and Player’s Awards Evening will take place on Saturday 11th June, in the Pavilion Bar, beginning at 6pm.
The AGM will start at 6pm and this will be followed by the Players Awards before the... Read More | Share it now!
Saturday 7th April, Cheshire League Presidents Cup
Pilks FC recovered from an indifferent start to record a fine win which sees them advance to the quarter finals of the Cheshire League’s Presidents Cup.
A very dry uneven pitch and high temperatures... Read More | Share it now!
Saturday 9th April, Cheshire League Division One
Pilks, in their last league of the season succumbed to a 3-1 defeat but there’s a story behind that headline.
Referee Roger Andrew deemed the pitch playable, a decision that was questionable at the... Read More | Share it now!
Saturday 2nd April, Cheshire League Division One
A day to forget for Pilks as they were crushed by a rampant and ruthless Wythenshawe Town.
From the start it was Wythenshawe who pressed and within 5 mins a direct free kick and then an individual effort... Read More | Share it now!
Saturday 26th March, Cheshire League JA Walton Cup
10 man Pilks eventually succumbed to defeat but the score flattered the home team. In driving rain and with a strong wind blowing straight down the pitch this was not an occasion to inspire any sort of... Read More | Share it now!
Saturday 12th March, Cheshire League Division One
Pilkington finally overcame a defiant Grappenhall with a late flurry of goals. The game started with Pilks pressing immediately and causing defensive uncertainty in a Grappenhall defence which appeared... Read More | Share it now!