Fleet Town FC are pleased to confirm the appointment of a new management team, following the decision of Steve Dormer and Andy Hunt to step down in the last few days. We will have two Joint Managers - Simon Haughney and Martin Grey, who have worked together in the past, most recently at Walton and Hersham. They are bringing with them Paul Thomas as assistant manager, Simon and Paul also work together in Soccer coaching for their day jobs at Onside FC. Even with no football to play for a... view more >

Provisional League allocations announced for 2018-19 season.
On the provisional allocation list issued by the FA today (Thursday 10th), Fleet Town have been moved back to the Isthmian League in a new division called South Central, which (subject to change if clubs appeal against placement) will line up like this   Bostik League South Central Ashford Town (Middlesex) Bedfont Sports Bracknell Town Chalfont St Peter Cheshunt Chipstead Egham Town Fleet Hanwell Town Hayes & Yeading United Hertford Town ... view more >

This Week at Fleet Town
The playing season may have finished, for the summer, but there is always something happening at Fleet Town.   This week, you can come along and exercise your brain cells at our monthly quiz night, this Friday (11th) in the clubhouse, doors open 7.30pm, £3 per person to enter, bar open throughout.   Saturday 12th will see our annual presentation night to say thank you to all the players that have worn the Blue this season and award the best in a range of catagories, doors... view more >

Fleet Town finish 19th
Following the last league games of the regular season on Tuesday May 1st, Fleet Town have finished in 19th position. The wait now starts for where the FA Leagues committee will place Fleet Town next season in the new structure of 7 step 4 divisions, it will likely be a mix of teams from the current division, the return of some old friends and some newly promoted... view more >

Bedford Town 2 Fleet Town 0
Fleet Town made their second trek of the season up to Bedford Town and this time got to play. Bedford, having just missed out on the playoffs, were expecting to finish their season on a high, Fleet though gave them an early scare from a corner after only four minutes, a scramble in the box but when they did stab the ball goalward, keeper Kyle Forster was in the right place to grab the ball on the goal line. After ten minutes, Jimmy Hartley burst into the box for the hosts and was... view more >