Hartley Come Out On Top In Aldershot FA Cup Final
Fleet Town took on step three side and local rivals Hartley Wintney at Aldershot Towns ground in the Final of the Aldershot District FA Senior Cup. Fleet did well to keep Hartley at bay in the early exchanges, but Hartley Wintney scored two goals in a four minute spell mid way through the first half, through Adam Allen and Kingsley Eshun finding the net. Fleet needed to score first in the second half to boost their chances of getting back into the game, but within five minutes of the... view more >

FA League Allocations 2022-23
The FA have been busy this month and produced provisional allocations for steps 3 to 6 for next season, subject to appeals, so may change. On these lists Fleet Town remain in the Combined Counties Premier South Division next season, having lost Walton & Hersham and Beckenham Town to promotion and Molesey to relegation, the FA have filled these spaces by lateral transfers moving Abbey Rangers and Tadley Calleva from the Combined Counties Premier North and Alton from the Wessex Premier... view more >

So Close Yet So Far in Southern Combination Cup Final
Fleet suffered the worst start to this Cup Final when the officials awarded a Penalty to step 4 side Ashford Town (Mx) after 5 minutes, this spot kick was converted by David Pitt to give Ashford a 6th minute lead. Fleet were forced into an early change when James Dinsdale picked up a knock in contact and was replaced by Luke Larner after only 14 minutes. David Pitt came close to doubling the visitors lead when he ran from half way to close to the box before shooting, his effort cannoned off the... view more >

Extra Time Glory for Fleet Town
Fleet Town fell behind to Reading City in the Semi-Final of the Southern Combination Challenge Cup when Tyler Cruz scored in the 9th minute. It was about half an hour before Fleet fashioned their first good chance, but that flew high over the bar, but a minute later Reading City keeper was called into action to palm away a fierce strike from Fleets number 2. Reading City had a couple of off target efforts before Fleet won a free kick in a dangerous position, but keeper York was in position to... view more >

Jersey Bulls 3 Fleet Town 0
Jersey Bulls went into this last game of the league season looking for a win to complete their first season at step5 with a target of scoring 5 to reach the magic 100 goals mark. Early pressure from Jersey set up chances for Jake Prince and Lorne Bickley, which were kept out by Fleet, after half an hour a quick counter attack by Jersey saw Jack Cannon clear the ball out to the right wing to Jake Prince, he played the ball inside for Calvin Weir to run onto and open the scoring. Almost... view more >