The Saint’s compete in the National League South at Clarence Park with a capacity of close to 5,000 and an annual footfall of around 20,000.
The club prides itself on building long-lasting relationships with the business community as well as being a genuine local community club.
The club provides extensive digital branding opportunities to over 11k Twitter followers, 2.9k Facebook followers, 2.7k Instagram followers, 77k Google views and 8k unique monthly visits to www.stalbanscityfc.com
St Albans City games are broadcast online via YouTube with significant viewing figures. Highlights of a goal scored by the team in 2018/19 achieved over 1.4 million views by football fans and also feature on the BT Sport weekly National League highlights show.
Our partnership with local support network ‘Youth Talk’ is proudly now in it’s fourth year and we’re proud to have them as one of our designated community charities
For many young people, our local charity Youth Talk is a vital lifeline helping them to get through challenging and troubling times in their lives
Calling all St Albans City Fans! We are offering a unique opportunity for you to play an online game of FIFA 20 against members of the first-team squad in our ‘Play the Players’ competition!
As you are no doubt aware a Club statement was made last week that the National League has suspended all National League football until at least 3rd April, due to the Coronavirus
Our match against Oxford City in the National League South this Saturday has been designated our ‘celebration’ fixture in support of the ‘Football v Homophobia’ campaign
The club would like to thank the City Youth FC U11’s team for being the mascots
The club can confirm that bookings are now being taken for a supporters’ coach to the Emirates FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round fixture at Weymouth on Saturday
From Saturday’s FA Cup game with Worthing, we will have a foodbank collection point based near the MegaShed (club shop) by the York Road entrance
The Club in association with the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is offering discounted entry to the St Albans Beer Festival for Saints Club Members
Phill Coates of St Albans City has won Volunteer of the Month in the National League South
St Albans City Football Club has released plans to make Clarence Park more environmentally friendly with help from a number of sustainability initiatives
The winners of the May draw of the Saints Snowball were 3rd prize of £24 Gavin Rumble, 2nd prize of £33 Matthew Lovett and 1st prize of £56 Denis Mellon. The winner of the half yearly Super Snowball draw, and winning £600 was Steve Whiting