Moving on up! It’s premier class football for Sedlescombe Rangers next season

Sedlescombe Rangers announced today that its first team will be playing in The Mid Sussex Football League Premier Division next season.

Club Chairman Nick Gardner was delighted by the news saying: “Our move into National League System Structure (NLSS) will provide players an opportunity to stay at the club for the long term, through our youth system (six to 18 years old), into a strong standard of senior football and even onwards into vets football when it’s time!”

The announcement of the team’s move into County Football for the 2020/21 season follows on from their successful application and ground grading approval. 

The ambitious club has been working hard over the past four seasons as part of its future aspirations strategy to move its adult premier team into the NLSS.

Having achieved significant success over the last two seasons in East Sussex Football League’s Premier Division, Rangers will look forward to competing with higher grade opposition across Sussex. The team is confident that it will be able to compete against fellow Step 7 clubs, having played against a number of teams in county cup and pre-season friendlies in the recent past.

Mr Gardner says: “I believe our club’s success is down to the blend of developing its strong youth talent alongside well-established senior players. This combination has come as a result of our youth and senior teams close working partnership and its clear pathway for youth players to transition seamlessly from youth to senior football in the club.”

Rangers is looking to continue to build on its success and Nick Gardener says: “If anyone would like to be part of this FA Charter Standard Community Club’s future, either as a player, coach, official or sponsor please feel free to get in touch.”

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