Fleet Town 0 Bedford Town 1
Bedford did just enough to edge a game of few chances, a little quicker to the ball and a little stronger in the challange, the visitors took the spoils when Lee Roache touched in a free kick mid way through the second half. The drama started before the kick off, when the referee was injured during his warm up, being replaced by one of the assistants in the middle and finding a qualified official in the crowd to run the line. Bedford started the stronger, but without coming close to threatening... view more >

Fleet Town 0 AFC Rushden & Diamonds 4
Fleet Town welcomed the East Divisons leaders AFC Rushden & Diamonds to the Franki Foundations Stadium and in front of a bumper crowd of 238, it did not take the visitors long to show why they are at the top of table. After only 6 minutes Ben Farrell put R&D ahead curling his shot past the dive of Liam Beach. Despite the visitors dominance, strong and stout defending kept them at bay and when they got a shot away there was still Liam to beat, such as after half an hour when he tipped over a... view more >

Chalfont St Peter 0 Fleet Town 0
Fleet Town eeked out another valuable point on the road as they stifled everything that Chalfont through at them, which all things considered was not a lot, as the game went on, it looked more and more as if there was a goal coming it would be for Fleet Town as they had the majority of the possession and chances, in the second half. Fleet started pressing forward with Danilo Cadete on the right wing and played over two early crosses, first to the near post, then one to the far post, but both... view more >

New Volunteers Needed
Fleet Town F.C. is the oldest and most senior football club in the town. We are semi-professional and play at step four in the Non-League Pyramid which means there are just three divisions between us and the football league. The club is almost totally reliant on volunteers to run every required function. Currently we are in desperate need of more helpers to ensure the continued smooth running of the club. If you have an interest in football or even if you don't but would like to join a... view more >

Arlesey Town 0 Fleet Town 0
Both sides were left to rue missed chances that could have won the game or made it a high scoring draw. It was five minutes before the first shot at a goal, when Fleet's Alan Musoke saw his effort easily caught by Keeper Lewis Elsom. Almost immediately after Arlesey were presented with a gold plated chance when a misplaced defensive pass was played to Arti Krasniqi, but keeping the ball on his left foot, shot the ball against the post. After a quarter of an hour Bradley Wilson was dissapointed... view more >