Fleet Town 4 Barnstaple Town 3
Fleet Town came out on top of the battle of the divisions bottom two sides, a valuable three points won sees Fleet leapfrog Barnstaple in the table, up to 19th and only behind Mangotsfield United on goal difference. Fleet had the first chance in the first minute, when Meshach Williams cut in from the right and fired a shot from the edge of the box across goal but his effort passed wide of the far post. Soon, Fleet were able to pack the box and set up target players for Harryson Wickens to... view more >

CALLING ALL SUPPORTERS Don't forget to see Claire at any/all of our home matches between now and Christmas to buy your tickets for Fleet Town FC Christmas Raffle. Top prize this year £250, tickets just £1 each (£5 for book of 5). Winning tickets to be drawn on Boxing day after the game v Thatcham... view more >

Fleet Town v Barnstaple Town – Programme
November 24th 2018Click to... view more >

Kit Aid for Africa
Fleet Town proudly donate their previous year's playing kits and training gear to the Charity, Faith and Football.     Ex-Portsmouth footballer and ambassador for the Charity, Linvoy Primus met with Club Secretary Richard Whittington earlier in the week to collect the kits which will now be on it's way to Africa to those less fortunate than ourselves. Many thanks to Linvoy for visiting Calthorpe Park and we wish the charity every success.   For more... view more >

Cinderford Town 1 Fleet Town 2
For the second time in four weeks, Fleet travelled to the wilds of darkest Gloucestershire and for the second time came back with all three points, although this time they were pushed all the way by their hosts, who were denied many times by the superb saves of Brendan Norris. The game started with Cinderford playing down their slope and they immediately looked threatening, bringing the Fleet keeper into the action, Brendan Norris jumping high to catch a couple of dangerous crosses. When... view more >