Name
Southend

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Next Event
Southend vs Bradford (18 Aug)

Established
1906 (112 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Chris Powell

Stadium/Home
Roots Hall
(12,392 Capacity)

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Location
Southend-on-Sea, Essex

Keywords
The Shrimpers

League
English League 1

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Home / Soccer / English League 1 / Southend


Upcoming Events
18 Aug Southend - Bradford Roots Hall
21 Aug Luton - Southend Kenilworth Road
25 Aug Bristol Rovers - Southend Memorial Stadium
01 Sep Southend - Charlton Roots Hall
08 Sep Southend - Peterboro Roots Hall

Latest Results
11 Aug Plymouth 1 - 1 Southend Central Park
04 Aug Southend 2 - 3 Doncaster Roots Hall
05 May Southend 0 - 0 Bristol Rovers Roots Hall
28 Apr Bradford 0 - 2 Southend Valley Parade
24 Apr Oldham 0 - 3 Southend Boundary Park

Description

Southend United Football Club is an English football club from Southend-on-Sea, Essex. They will play the 2015–16 season in League One, the third tier of English football, having earned promotion from League Two via the play-offs. Southend are known as "The Shrimpers", a reference to the area's maritime industry included as one of the quarterings on the club badge.

Founded 19 May 1906 in the Blue Boar pub Southend has been a member of the Football League since 1920. The club has spent most of its League career in the English lower divisions, with seven seasons in the League's second tier (Division 2/Championship).

The club is based at Roots Hall Stadium in Prittlewell, with plans to move to a new stadium at Fossetts Farm.

Team Members

Ben Coker

Simon Cox

Jason Demetrio

Anton Ferdinan

Marc-Antoine F

Rob Kiernan

Michael Kightl

Freddie Ladapo

Sam Mantom

Daniel Matsuza

Jermaine McGla

Stephen McLaug

Mark Oxley

Nile Ranger

Theo Robinson

Ted Smith

Michael Timlin

Michael Turner

Anthony Wordsw

Josh Wright

Stadium or Home

Roots Hall is the home ground of the English Football League One club Southend United. With a capacity of 12,392 Roots Hall is the largest football stadium in Essex, and is the current venue for the final of the Essex Senior Cup. Southend United are due to move out of Roots Hall into a new 22,000 seat stadium at Fossetts Farm, though work has yet to begin on the new stadium.

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