Programmes are produced for both senior teams. First team editions cost £1, second team 50p.
If you want to purchase any old copies then please contact us by e-mail. Tell us the team and season you are after and we'll let you know if we can help.
Payment is accepted by cheque with cash sales at the match. Post & packing is £1 for between 1 and 4 programmes.
All sales go to club funds.
If you'd like to subscribe and have your match day copy reserved let us know and we'll confirm price depending on which team(s) you want to be sent.
We also have from our Northern Premier League days a number of back copies. Let us know if you have a specific one in mind and we'll check it up and quote a price. We dont charge the high prices seen on some web sites as we are the official direct club shop.
South have only failed to produce a programme twice in respect of competitve home first team games since August 1975.
The games missed due to late print problems were both in the 1984/85 season;
South v Buxton - Saturday 6th October 1984 - Northern Premier League
South v Marine - Wednesday 24th April 1985 - Lancashire Floodlight Trophy
The Marine game being the fifth game of eight we played in a ten day run as we finished the league campiagn, it included five home games and the other four all had programmes produced, including ones on 23rd & 27th. Busy times!
South last produced a club badge back in the late 1980's and new club badge was long overdue. Thanks to the generous support and sponsorship of Jim Milligan a new one has been produced for the end of of the highly successful 2015/16 season.
The impressive badge features four colours - the clubs colours of White Black & Red with gold lettering - is now available to buy by post at £5 which includes post and packing and as with our prgrammes all sales go to club funds. If you want to buy one please email the club
South have produced several badges over the years but prior to our new badge it was back in the late 1980's in the twilight of our semi professional days. Below are the previous versions the club still hold. We do not have a picture of the pre second world war (our first and given attendences at the time were in the thousands the one most numerous at the time!). If you have a photo of it please do send it in to us and we'll gladly add it in.