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Who are we? 

Formed in 1953, Old Salvatorians is one of the largest clubs in the Amateur Football Combination, itself one of the biggest football leagues in the world with around 300 teams competing each Saturday. Originally formed only for past pupils and teachers of the Salvatorian College, with which the club still has close links, the club is now "open" and welcomes players who want to enjoy their football, be as good as they can and develop life long friendships. 


Our philosophy is based on combining football and friendship. For over sixty years, the club has nurtured this and retains the old boys spirit of playing hard but fair, then enjoying the craic afterwards. Whether an existing or prospective player, past member, opponent, referee, other official or spectator, we welcome and invite you to enjoy our hospitality this season.


Home ground is The Metropolitan Sports & Social Club (formerly Metropolitan Police Sports Club), Aldenham Rd, Bushey, Hertfordshire WD23 2TR

Telephone: 01923 243947 



For a full list of team results, upcoming fixtures, scorers and league tables, click on the team link alongside: 

Team reports weekend 13th May

1st Team – Season completed - promoted to Premier Division.


2nd Team – Season Completed


3rd Team – The final game of the season saw the 3's taking on Old Ignation 2nd xi who were aiming for a promotion. The team gave a very good account of themselves in a tough game before conceding two late goals to give the scoreline a flattering slant. Congratulations to Ignation on winning the division.  

4th Team – In a great end to the season, Salvos secured a fine victory away at Bealonians. Goals from "Golden Boot" Jack McCall (taking his tally to 23 for the season across the club) and Harrison Chick enough to win the game. After a troublesome start, the side did well to finish 6th of 10. 


Vets Team (Over 35’s) – No Game


Presentation awards evening

In a super evening held at Bricket Wood Social Club, the club celebrated its end of season with the presentation of the players of the year and annual memorial awards. 

Undoubted highlight was the acknowledgement of the inaugural Peter Snell Memorial Shield from Fran Snell. Supported by their daughter Jacqui, Fran  expressed her gratitude for the support Peter received from the members before he passed and the family had received afterwards. She also spoke of Peter's love of the club, describing his "re-joining" in 1986 as coming home. 

This award will be voted each year for the "Clubman of the Year", with the Steve Olohan Memorial Shield being retired with the blessing of Steve's father Gerry, who has spoken so eloquently many times at previous awards events. He had sent a note thanking the club for keeping Steve's memory alive and the strength this provided to the family over the years. 


Congratulations to James Smith, the current Chair, who was awarded the trophy in an overwhelming majority. 

Also congratulations to current 4th xi captain / manager, Liam Jennings who was elected as a lifetime member for his sterling service as a player and captain over the last 25 years or more. Other awards were presented by other lifetime members, Eddy Murphy, Frank Sugrue, Peter Payne and Andy Harrington. 


Full list of award winners:

  • Clubman of the Year - Peter Snell Memorial Shield - James Smith

  • Players Player of the Year - Bruno Castagnetti / Frank O'Connor Memorial trophy - Danny Sartori

  • Young Player of the Year - Sean Rickard Memorial trophy - Harrison Chick

  • Captains of the Year - Glenn Phaure Memorial Shield - Sean O’Connor & James Smith

  • Significant Contribution Award - Tom Kavanagh Memorial Shield - Andrew Smith

  • Honorary Life Membership - Liam Jennings

  • Golden Boot - Jack McCall

  • Golden Glove - Jack Curd

  • 1st Team Player of the Year - Danny Sartori

  • 2nd Team Player of the Year - Rob Browell

  • 3rd Team Player of the Year - Ben Walsh

  • 4th Team Player of the Year - Harrison Chick

  • Vets Player of the Year - James Burgess


Kevin O'Toole RIP

Kevin, school friend of Peter Snell and father of former player Pat O'Toole has passed away. Kevin suffered a stroke some years ago but appeared to be doing well and was stable, so his death is a shock to his wife, Bridget and the family. 

Kevin's funeral will be held at 10 am Monday, 22nd May 2023 at St Joseph's Church, High Street, Wealdstone followed by burial at Clamp Hill Cemetery. 

Life celebration at Grim's Dyke Golf Club.

Our thoughts are with Bridget and the O'Toole family at this time. 


Once a Salvo...


The latest edition has been published with our very own Peter Cregg featured on the front cover in the Antarctic.


Click here to access a copy 

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