Knaphill 4 Fleet Town 2
Fleet Town exited the Aldershot Senior Cup at the Semi-Final stage to Combined Counties Premier side Knaphill on Tuesday night. The game had started well for Fleet forcing a corner after four minutes, the ball played into a crowded area, Fleet got in three shots cleared off the line before Billy Oram found the gap to stab the ball over the line to put Fleet ahead after five minutes. Clear chances were at a premium for the rest of the first half, Fleet playing the better in open play, with... view more >

FREE Football Easter Monday
As a thank you to our supporters past and present, Fleet Town announce that it will be free entry to all for the Easter Monday game v Moneyfields, in what looks likely to be our last home game, for the moment, at step 4, where we have played since 2002, across several different Isthmian and Southern divisions, being moved sideways more than any other side in the country. Come along to remember the good times when Fleet reached the promotion play offs to the disappointment of being in a... view more >

Cup Football Tuesday 16th April
On Tuesday 16th April, Fleet Town visit Knaphill in the semi-final of the Aldershot Senior Cup, 7.45 pm kick off at their Brookwood Country Park ground GU21 2AY. We hope as many supporters as possible can make the trip over and cheer on the... view more >

Fans Forum Monday 22nd April
There will be a Fans Forum after the Moneyfields game on Easter Monday. With the prospect of relegation this season and less chance of a reprieve that Fleet Town have been lucky to have been given in a couple of other poor seasons, over our long stay at step 4, it has been arranged to hold a Fans Forum in the clubhouse on Monday after the last home game of the season, from about 5.30pm, where supporters can put their questions to manager Dave... view more >

Fleet Town 0 Melksham Town 3
After a competitive first half, where Fleet had the best chances, they slumped to their seventh successive defeat after the break, leaving them still six points adrift with only three games left. Fleet forced their first corner after only six minutes, played deep to the far post onto the head of Kofi Halliday, his effort only finding the hands of the visiting keeper Sam Thomson for an easy catch. Although Melksham soon had two corners of their own, they were overhit and ran harmlessly... view more >