Fleet Town Football Club is situated next to Calthorpe Park and is accessed via a driveway on Crookham Road, Fleet. Our postcode, GU51 5FA is located within a residential area, make sure you are looking for Crookham Road if you are using a Sat Nav.
From London and the South travel via the M3, exit at junction 4A, follow the signs into Fleet (Town Centre), travel past Fleet railway station and into the town along the Fleet Road. Continue straight on through the major crossroads by The Oatsheaf public house which will take you on to Crookham Road. Continue straight on and past Glen Road (which is on your left), and you will find Fleet Town Football Club on your right hand side. The club has its own car park, but if this is full, please use suitable road parking away from the ground or town centre public car parking – please do not park in front of residential properties on the entrance road.
From the West travel via the M4 to the main Reading junction (near the Madjeski stadium), follow the A33 South (towards Basingstoke), after the dual carriageway turn left following the signs to Hartley Wintney and Fleet. In Hartley Wintney turn left onto the A30, then right onto the A323 to Fleet. This road leads to The Oatsheaf crossroads, at these lights turn right into Crookham Road, then Fleet Town Football Club can be found some 300m on the right (just after Glen Road, which is on your left).
Who’s who at your Football Club
|Women's Chairman||Peter Collinsemail@example.com|
|Under 18's Manager||Darren Edwardsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Colts Recruitment||David Marlowemail@example.com|
|Clubhouse Manager||Caroline Bonefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Website Manager||Matthew Thorneemail@example.com|
|Programme Editor||Matthew Thornefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Manager (1st Team)||Dave Kellyemail@example.com|
|Manager (Assistant)||Tommy Taylor||—|
Fleet Town Football Club is an unincorporated association, managed by a Committee, currently comprising the following individuals:
Tom Thorne, Matthew Thorne, Caroline Bone, Nathan Cookson, Alan Oliver, John Rentmore, Darren Edwards, Peter Collins