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Roots Hall
(12,392 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart

Southend-on-Sea, Essex

The Shrimpers

English League 1

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23 Feb 19 Accrington   -  Southend
02 Mar 19 Southend   -  Barnsley
09 Mar 19 Blackpool   -  Southend
12 Mar 19 Scunthorpe   -  Southend
16 Mar 19 Southend   -  Wimbledon

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16 Feb 19 Southend  3 - 3  Portsmouth
12 Feb 19 Doncaster  3 - 0  Southend
09 Feb 19 Charlton  1 - 1  Southend
02 Feb 19 Southend  1 - 2  Bristol Rovers
26 Jan 19 Southend  0 - 1  Luton

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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

Harry Bunn

Elvis Bwomono

Ben Coker

Simon Cox

Jason Demetriou

Thimothee Dieng

Sam Hart

Stephen Hendrie

Tom Hopper

Luke Hyam

Rob Kiernan

Michael Kightly

Michael Klass

Harry Kyprianou

Harry Lennon

Sam Mantom

Stephen McLaughli

Taylor Moore

Mark Oxley

Theo Robinson

Ted Smith

Michael Turner

Norman Wabo

John White

Dru Yearwood

= Contract years remaining

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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