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Cogenhoe United now have BT Sport and will be showing live premiership games.

Free WIFI is also available in the clubhouse so that you can check all the other scores
Sat 12th Jul 14

Future news and updates will now be done on Pitchero. Please click link below.

CUFC on pitchero click here

Mon 9th Jun 14

Pre season Games

1st Team

Saturday 12 July Histon FC (HOME) 3.00pm

Tuesday 15 July Woodford United FC (AWAY) 7.45pm

Saturday 19 July Ampthill Town (HOME) 3.00pm

Wednesday 23 July Northampton Town (HOME) 7.45pm

Saturday 26 July Shepshed Dynamo (AWAY) 3.00pm

Tuesday 29 July Northampton Spencer (HOME) 7.30pm



Saturday 12 July Histon U21 (HOME) 12.30pm

Thursday 17 July Raunds Town 1st Team (AWAY) 7.30pm 

Saturday 26 July Harpole (HOME) 3.00pm

Thursday 31 July Oakley (HOME) 7.00pm

Mon 12th May 14

Cogenhoe United Awards Night
1st Team Manager's Player of the Year: Tom McGowan & Tom Liversedge
1st Team Players Player of the Year: Ross Harris
1st Team Supporters Player of the Year: Josh Urquart & Ross Harris
Reserves Team Manager's Player of the Year: Jake Nage
Reserves Team Players player of the Year: Dan Mortimer
Young player of the Year: Elliott Lamb-Johnson
Goalscorer of the Year: Luke Emery
Clubman of the Year: Andreas (Fred) Markel

Fri 11th Apr 14

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Thu 10th Apr 14

Hillier Senior Cup Final

Cogenhoe 0 Daventry Town 3

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston has continued its sponsorship of Cogenhoe United, who on Tuesday 8th April played in the final of the Northamptonshire FA Senior Cup for the first time in their history against Daventry Town, at Sixfields Stadium.

Entering the tie as the underdogs Cogenhoe started the match very brightly and had a good opportunity to open the scoring when Courtney Herbert raced through on goal, only to be denied by a good save from the Daventry Town goalkeeper.

Cogenhoe were unable to make their early pressure tell and Daventry Town started to create some chances of their own and former Cogenhoe striker Scott Cross scored in the 33rd minute after Cogenhoe failed to clear a cross from the left. The goal certainly seemed to lift Daventry, who had further chances to score in the run up to half-time, hitting the woodwork on 2 or 3 occasions.

Going in to the break 1 nil down wasn't such a bad result for Cogenhoe and they were still firmly in the match.

The Cooks started the 2nd half well and the forced substitution of Elliott Lamb-Johnson through injury didn't have too negative an impact as Danny Thomason came on and helped create further chances. A goal mouth scramble could have easily resulted in a goal for Tom McGowan but Daventry managed to scramble the ball clear.

With Herbert providing a constant threat up front, Cogenhoe were always in the match and were pushing hard for the equaliser but an 85th minute goal, again from Cross, was a killer blow. With time running out, and team surging forward a breakaway goal in added time sealed the tie for Daventry, who ended up 3-0 winners. A scoreline that perhaps flattered the victors a little but a deserved win none the less.

Whilst they will be no doubt disappointed with the result, the whole team acquitted themselves extremely well against higher league opposition and they should be proud of getting to the final. The management team of Andy Marks and Paul Lamb have put together a good team, on limited resources and hopefully next season will see them able to push on and strive for further success.

With 3 games to go of the league season, and a top 3 finish up for grabs there's still plenty to play for and we wish them well for the remainder of the season.

Cogenhoe United's Reserve team are also in the hunt for some silverware in their attempt to retain their United Counties League Reserve Division title. Currently top of the table with a handful of games to go, it is looking good for Colin Cooper and his team. The crunch fixture would appear to be Cogenhoe's home tie versus 2nd place Peterborough Northern Star on Saturday 12th April. A home win would all but guarantee back to back titles. Good luck to the team.

Thu 27th Mar 14

Cogenhoe 2-1 Huntingdon Town

@ Compton Park.

3 weeks later and they meet again.

The waiting for the rematch of the game that was marred by fighting and 3 red cards came to a end, after waiting 3 weeks to see round two. Everyone expected this game to be the seasons greatest with Elliot lamb Johnson and Tommy McGowan coming back from their 3 game match ban which were picked up the last time these 2 teams met. Cogenhoe have a strong team heading out there, with the strongest bench to ever be in UCL football.

Cogenhoe have a lively changing room, and fielding the same team as Saturday and they set out for the game they need to win to get in position for the final run in. Cooks come out with confidence with a high tempo during the warm up. Looking at the game you would expect it to be tight but just before half time Cogenhoe snatch a goal with a 20 yard free kick scored by Sam Heavey. Cogenhoe sit now for the rest of the half settling till half time. Cogenhoe come out in the second half with a strong attitude and wanted to win the game but only having the one goal they had to score again. Cogenhoe had more of the ball in the second half knowing they needed to score one more goal but they couldn't quite achieve it. Cogenhoe kept pushing on until Huntingdon scored with a slow attack and a header scored by Declan Rogers. After conceding I couldn't see Huntingdon scoring another goal. With replacements Elliot lamb Johnson, Courtney Herbert and Tommy McGowan coming on for Danny Tree, Tom Lorraine, and Dean Lukeman. With the replacements Cogenhoe came on stronger getting towards the ends of the game after Huntingdon's corner the ball is cleared and falls to Courtney on the semi-circle who travels most of the pitch till pressured and passes the ball to Elliot who runs and scores the winner on his return game for Cogenhoe. 

By shay Rowlands.

Wed 19th Mar 14

Cogenhoe United Car Boot Sales 2014

Our Car Boot Sales commence on Sunday 20th April (Easter Sunday). Gates open at 06:30am. Sellers £5.00 (cheapest in the county), Buyers £1.00 per car. We have plenty of of on-site parking, toilets and hot & cold catering.

Subsequent sales follow on 4th May, 18th May, 25th May, 15th June, 29th June, 13th July, 27th July, 10th August, 24th August, 7th September and 21st September.

Fri 28th Feb 14

Cogenhoe 0 AFC Rushden & Diamonds 0

Report from Jamie Russell

"A very good physical game". 
"Good old UCL game that."
They were 2 views of my friends that watched, totally neutral, and I'd have to agree. Apart from a goal, I wouldn't of thought to many people were disappointed with the viewing. We feel it's 2 points dropped and after the onslaught Diamonds survived first half they may see it as a point gained to keep their necks infront of us in the table. We started well, played some really decent stuff and created some good chances. Maybe ironic that our ex keeper played a blinder and kept us a bay. We hit the woodwork 3 times, a couple of goalmouth scrambles from dangerous set pieces but couldn't force a goal. On the counter with the experience and pace Diamonds have, we always had to be in our toes. Hewitt and Harris played Russ Dunkley brilliant, a constant match winner on his day and we kept him fairly quiet.. I think it would be fair to say we let them off the hook and had to be cautious we didn't rue those missed chances.. They certainly came into it more in the second half, Wattsy at full stretch hoping the cameraman was ready when palming away a good header. And a couple other efforts blazed over, we hit the woodwork again and could have done better when well placed in the final third. It was a bit of a bruising encounter, 6 yellows and the ref done well to keep 22 in the pitch. Our bookings for fouls, there's for trying to ref the game themselves. Also nice to see the Premier Division version of Irchester, they had 6 people in the dug out barking orders and moaning about decisions they didn't agree with. We've had a really tough run of games, not that any game is easy at this level, but Deeping away Huntingdon away and Diamonds at home, to be unbeaten and say we were disappointed to only took 5 points shows how far we have come since October when we got a beating at the dog and duck. Good luck to them for the rest of the season. It's been a fantastic league this far and a really exciting last 8 or so games to fill the 2nd to 8th positions."