Club Chaplain Rev Liam O’Boyle on BBC Radio Nottingham earlier urging them onto success. NCFCOSA wish England every success and it’s been a joy to see them progress, and with but two matches, we hope that England once again become World Cup champions.
Mere hours remain with a trip to Wembley and our hopes of League 1 football for next season. Our current obstacle, Coventry City in a crucial second leg at home. Make us proud lads, overcome Coventry and sweep onwards to victory at the stadium of dreams. COYP !
Without the fans and our members generous support providing additional resources for the Academy would be difficult. Thank you. Recently a new vehicle was gratefully received. Our fundraising is led by our chairman, Mr John Terrington, pictured below presenting a signed ball that has raised further funds for our work to its delighted new owner, Continue reading
From Derby County 21 year old Forward Mason Bennett joins the squad as well as Northern Ireland Under-21 and Brighton & Hove Albion Defender 21 year old Ben Hall on loan for the remainder of the season. Don’t forget to vote for the club’s January Player of the Month. Voting close 3pm this friday. The Continue reading
Chairman and owner of Notts County, Alan Hardy alongside manager Kevin Nolan a year on shared their thoughts and considerations thus far on the current journey amid a higher club profile, with improvements off on the pitch, improved results on the pitch and growing community links. Two early victories and a draw against capable opposition Continue reading
Did you visit the Broken Wheelbarrow prior to our last home game, and chanced your luck with the OSA scratch card on behalf of the Youth Academy? If so, and your team selection was Newcastle, then please visit us in our office to claim your winnings, a simple verification on name will suffice. Thank you Continue reading
Underdogs Oxford City may seem as non-league but they’re already surprised league opposition, and this is the FA Cup where such can occur. Lets make them welcome but also beat them. Tales such as this make this tournament the draw that it is. COYP!
Back to form and our latest opponents in the Checkatrade Trophy, Lincoln City defending a 100% record yet a resurgent Notts County can surely prevail and strengthen our standing in the competition. COYP!
We are supporting the Friary! This Christmas NCFCOSA are supporting the Friary by collecting food for the homeless. Every year all over the Nottingham people will spend Christmas without the basic food that we take for granted, can I ask you if you can search your cupboard for just one tin, fruit, soup, baked beans, Continue reading
The anticipation almost over and whilst we celebrate the recent good results and return to top of our league yet again, there remains the cup fixture tonight against Bristol Rovers. Notts County a team transformed under Kevin Nolan yet Bristol Rovers are opposition not to be underestimated. COYP!