‘Scott Tipper’ hangs up his boots 11/11/2017


After 11 fantastic years service to Arundel FC, Scott Tipper has decided to hang-up his boots and spend more time with his young family. Scott ‘Tipps’ has always shown a superb attitude and has captained the side on many occasions, as well as scoring endless amounts of goals, and has picking up a fair share of club trophies over the years he's been at the club.

Everyone at the club sends Scott and his family there very best wishes and look forward to seeing him from time to time up the club watching Arundel play.

You will be greatly missed by us all BIG man.

Arundel appoint Simon Hull as the new 1st team number two


Simon Hull, who has joined a team with just one win in all competitions so far this season, admitted the draw of a role within the senior game was too good to turn down. Richard Towers first met his new assistant during his time at Wick when Hull oversaw the under-18 team at Crabtree Park.

He was most recently under-21 manager of Wick, before deciding to become number two at Arundel. The 40-year-old knows the size of task facing both he and Towers but has every confidence they’ll turn things around.

He said: “I’ve been involved in age group management for a period but when this opportunity came up I felt it was too good to refuse. “I knew Richard from his time at Wick and in the past two jobs he’s kept teams up. He came in at Wick and turned things around, then kept Arundel up last season after coming in at Christmas. “The current Arundel team is new to me but I’ve enjoyed my short time with the team.”

Richard Towers steps down as Mullets manager


Report courtesy of Lewis Mason 'Littlehampton Gazette' 

Richard Towers has resigned as manager of Arundel Football Club after eight months back at the club. Towers, who took charge for a second spell at the club in January, has seen his side struggle for form this season. A 4-0 home defeat at the hands of Southern Counties East Premier Division outfit Lordswood in an FA Vase first round qualifying clash on Saturday was a ninth loss in ten matches in all competitions this campaign.

Towers did a superb job guiding Mullets to Southern Combination League Premier Division safety last term but that form has not been replicated in a first full season back in charge of Mullets. Asa Nicholson and Lloyd Walker both left over the summer, while goalkeeper James Fernandes has been unavailable through work commitments. Several injuries has left the squad thin on the ground and Towers feels now is the right time to walk away.

He said: “Coming back last season was great and keeping Arundel up was brilliant. We lost our spine over the summer, which has made things tough this season. “I just feel now is the right time to walk away. It gives the club a chance to get someone new in and turn things around. “In terms of contacts, I can’t call on as many players as I used to be able to. A lot of the players I know are getting older now.

“I really enjoyed coming back here last season but it’s been a real struggle this term. “Lewis (Jenkins), Harry (Russell) and Scott (Tipper) have all spent time on the sidelines and they have been big misses for us. “I’m sure the club will get the right person in to replace me, who will have his contacts and get the team back on track.”

Mullets vice-chairman Simon Butler was quick to thank Towers for his efforts and said: “Myself, Bob (Marchant; Arundel chairman) and other committee members would like to thank Richard for everything he has done here. "He did a great job keeping us up last season but a number of factors have made things difficult for him. Richard is an honest guy and was first to admit his player pull is thinning out and the game is changing now.” Arundel hope to have a new manager in place as soon as possible.

Read more at: http://www.littlehamptongazette.co.uk/sport/football/towers-steps-down-as-mullets-manager-1-8146940

2017-18 FA Cup & FA Vase Draws


​Home to Pagham FC 3pm Kick Off 



Home to Lordwood FC 3pm Kick Off 

Arundel FC Players Awards 2016-17

1st Team Awards 

(Below) Managers Player Of The Year 

​Asa Nicholson 

(Below) Players Player Of The Year

​Lewis Jenkins

(Below) Young Player Of The Year & Top Goal Scorer

& Goal Of The Season 

Harry Russell​

(Below) Supporters Player Of The Year​

James Fernandes ​


Reserve Team Awards

(Below) Managers Player Of The Year

Jordan Jones

(Below) Players Player Of The Year

​Jack Kates

(Below) Top Goal Scorer

Luke Richards​

​(Below) Goal Of The Season

​Pete Butt


All Of Our Award Winners 

Bob Marchant (Chairman) Pictured Above Presenting The Awards

2017-18 Pre-Season Friendlies

Arundel FC Pre-Season Fixtures 2017-18

1st Team & Reserve Teams (Date Order)

Saturday 15th July - Lewes FC  (Home) 3pm (1st Team)

Result - Arundel 0 Lewes FC 3 


Saturday 22nd July - AFC Porchester (Away)

Result - AFC Porchester 4 Arundel 0 


Tuesday 25th July - Petersfield Town FC (Home) 7.45pm

 Result - Arundel 3 Petersfield Town 3 (Jarvis, Dudas 2)

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Saturday 29th July - AFC Stoneham (Away) (3pm KO)

Result - AFC Stoneham 2 Arundel 1 (Jarvis - Pen)

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Tuesday 1st August ​- Midhurst and Easebourne FC (Home) 7.30pm

Result - Arundel 3 Midhurst & Easebourne 2 (Amoo 2, Russell)

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