Check back here for details of upcoming fixtures...
Results / Tables
View the latest Downs results and league tables...
YOUNG Matthew Smith is pictured in front of the famous Bobby Moore statue before enjoying the thrill of entering a packed Wembley Stadium to watch the FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Wigan.
It was an experience he will remember for the rest of his life, despite the disappointment of watching the team he supported, Man City, slump to a shock 1-0 defeat against the underdogs.
WE are one of Bristol's most successful amateur football clubs and are currently looking for good quality players of all ages for the 2013-14 season.
Clifton St Vincent's, which is 114-years-old, is a friendly and progressive club with a team in each of the Bristol Downs League's four divisions.
THE suits and ties were out, the trophies were sparkling, the noise and laughter ear-piercing and the tonsils well-oiled. It all added up to another highly successful Clifton St Vincent's dinner.
More than 90 players, officers and friends of the club packed Westbury-on-Trym Village Hall to enjoy a three-course meal at the club's big night of the year to celebrate its 114th anniversary.
THERE was an emotional moment at the club's annual dinner when former goalkeeper and current vice-president Russ Mahoney was given a standing ovation following his recovery from a very rare illness.
He is pictured shaking hands with club secretary Ray King and surrounded by Club Chairman Paul Davies, Paul Sebastianelli, Ian Kennedy who all paid a surprise visit to Russ in hospital along with his brother-in-law Frank Devoy, right.
Clifton St Vincent's A 1 Old Cliftonians 2
MANAGER Richard Thompson praised the A Team's performance despite suffering the disappointment of losing against Old Cliftonians in the All Saints Cup final after watching his side take an early lead.
CLIFTON St Vincent’s president Roger Kirby and life member Dave Wood have been handed the Football Association’s 50-year Long Service Awards after giving a total of 117-years’ loyal service to our club.
The presentation of an inscribed medal, a FA lapel badge and a framed letter of thanks for their dedication to the amateur game was made by Gloucestershire FA vice-chairman and director Roy Schafer.