With the season now officially over, here’s a look back at Sidmouth Town’s 2019/20 campaign in a season that ceased to exist.
The 2019/20 non-league football season is officially over following a decision from the Football Association (FA).
The FA have declared that step five and six of the non-league pyramid will end immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Essex Senior League.
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Sidmouth Town manager Danny Burwood has described the COVID-19 pandemic, which has suspended all grassroots football, as the ‘worst possible thing’ in terms of their season.
Football leagues across the country postponed last weekend’s fixtures in an attempt to stop the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
Sidmouth Town have become the first South West Peninsula League Club to have a game scheduled past the FA-imposed April 25 deadline.
Ottery St Mary secured their fourth win of the season with a 4-2 victory over Paignton Saints in the Devon Football League South and West Division.
Axminster Town have the highest average league attendance of any East Devon team.
Sidmouth Town will have no more than four days break between matches in a decisive month for their South West Peninsula League Premier East future.
Sidmouth Town’s South West Peninsula League Premier East future will soon be decided as the season’s end looms.
The league season will end on April 25 after the FA rejected requests to extend it past that date.
The county FA has encouraged leagues to decide whether they want players and officials shaking hands before a game.
The South West Peninsula League secretary has described this season as ‘one of the worst’ in terms of postponements
The Vikings’ match is one of five games to be called off on Friday evening.
Our photographer Terry Ife was at Sidmouth Town v Brixham but can you guess where the ball is?
Just one week after Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis is set to hit British shores this weekend and cause further disruption to the football season.
Sidmouth Town manager Danny Burwood said he has to be ‘brave enough’ to make changes in his search for a winning formula.
Sidmouth Town returned to the bottom of the South West Peninsula League Premier East following a 4-1 defeat at home to Brixham.
Axminster Town were denied all three points as Sidmouth Town came from behind to draw 1-1 in the South West Peninsula League Premier East.
Axminster Town and Sidmouth Town will lock horns this Saturday in an East Devon derby that could have a significant say on the South West Peninsula League Premier East relegation race.
The Vikings are one of two teams yet to be shown a red card this campaign alongside Holsworthy and only Millbrook can boast a better record.
Sidmouth Town will be looking to bounce back from a 7-1 away defeat at Ilfracombe Town when they travel to East Devon rivals Axminster Town.
Sidmouth Town manager Danny Burwood says he is on the hunt for a new striker as the Vikings look to escape the foot of the South West Peninsula League Premier East, writes Sam Cooper
Ottery St Mary made it two wins in their last three games as they beat Waldon Athletic 5-2 in the Devon Football League South and West Division.
Ottery St Mary manager Dave Fairweather said his side’s second half performance was the key to their 5-2 victory over Waldon Athletic 5-2 in the Devon Football League South and West Division.
The record appearance holder for Tottenham Hotspur told Exeter Life that he has his doubts over whether the Portuguese is the right man for the job.
You’ve spent many Saturdays travelling to various clubs across Devon but how many badges can you name?
The league organisers have implemented the protocol after continued wet weather has caused havoc to the region’s pitches.
The fixtures for the 2020 Sidmouth Indoor Cricket League have been released ahead of the first ball in January.
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