Welcome to the homepage of the Snodland Town Nomads Under 18s.

To qualify to play for the Under 18s team, players must be born between 1st September 2000 and 31st August 2001.


Management Team

Team Manager
Steve Moss
07841 534361

Assistant Manager
Gary Jeffrey

Team Administrator
Sally Egan



3G Pitch, Snodland Community Centre
8.30pm to 9.30pm



Sunday – 2.00pm kick off
Home games played at:
Potyns Sportsground,
Snodland Community Centre


Under 18s Match Reports
are at the bottom this page








The Under 18s had a good 2017/18 season finishing runners up to a strong Kings Hill team. An excellent finish considering most of the team were only just 17 or younger. Having had that season together the lads are looking to push on even further and are aiming, with the help of new manager Steve Moss, for the title this season.

For more information please contact manager Steve Moss on 07841 534361

The Under 18s are proudly sponsored by



Maidstone Minor/Junior Football League Under 18 Division One Forthcoming Fixtures

Maidstone Minor/Junior Football League
Under 18 Division One

Maidstone Minor/Junior Football League
Under 18 Division One Latest Results

MATCH REPORTS by Gary Jeffrey

Snodland Town 5 – 2 Rochester Athletic
A fine performance from all the boys Tuesday night, in their last league game together. A convincing 5-2 victory against a tough Rochester side, who had plenty of Kent League players (and a couple of ringers), but they were no match for our boys, who outplayed, outworked and outfought Rochester from the off. Goals from Billy Horton (2), Charlie Parrott, Jamie Payne and an OG.
A mention to Billy, who worked hard and scored a penalty and great first time shot from the edge of the box. Also, to Ben Wilson and Scott Higgins, who both ran themselves into the ground. Another great team effort and some class banter.
So as we finish our season on Sunday, we look at some stats:
Played 26, Won 24, Drawn 0, Lost 2, Goals for 93, Goals against 33.
We have secured runners up in the league and we’ve made the cup final. We’ve beaten every team in the league on their own pitch. A fantastic effort from the whole squad and one that I hope they look back on in years to come and have many great memories. We not only win, but we do it having a laugh and enjoying ourselves.
I’m very proud of everyone involved. It’s a team effort, from Sally’s admin and note taking to Steve’s organisation of equipment, putting the goals up every week, bringing the subs bench, water bottles and having to deal with my mood swings during the game. Simon for running the line most weeks and dealing with a lot of abuse, the parents / grandparents / friends who turn up week in week out, rain or shine, but most of all to the players, who have all been a joy to watch and manage every week. Great attitudes, great togetherness and some serious friendships formed, as well as winning nearly all of our games.
Sally asked me to sign James on for Snodland at the beginning of last season, when Martin was in charge, as the team only had 8 registered players. I signed James but didn’t ever expect him to play. He started a couple of games to help out initially and he really enjoyed it. James asked to continue playing and has since formed some really good friendships and that is testament to all the boys, who are not only very good footballers, but a really top bunch of lads. We are the nicest team in the league as well as the best.
We have to give great credit to Kings Hill FC, who have won 21 out of 22 games and will win the league if Rochester don’t turn up on Sunday, which is what they were saying Tuesday night. Nothing we can do about it unfortunately, but that does not detract from what has been a brilliant season overall and my favourite as a manager.

Snodland Town Football Club wishes to draw the attention of the parents/guardians of prospective new players to our Club Documents page (see above menu). Here you can download our Members Consent form, along with other club policies, that gives details for joining Snodland Town Football Club, These are documents that show the responsibilities of the club and parents/guardians.

Snodland Town Football Club is an FA Charter Standard Club and is signed up to the FA Respect Code of Conduct.