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With the new season upon us, and all possible preparation complete, the squad is all fit and excited to get started again! As always the Kent league is wide open with Greenwich Borough heavily investing, and a pick of probably another 4-5 others in the mix as serious title contenders. Getting a good start is going be key to ensuring a push for promotion.

Martin has, without doubt, put together a team of leaders and winners, and with a good blend of exciting youngsters, the back four has had a few adjustments that we will build a team upon.

Bourney's Blog

Jason Bourne says he now has the tools to start climbing up the league table.
The Wells are sitting in the bottom three in the Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division table, having won one and drawn one of their 14 league games.

Tomorrow, they welcome league leaders Beckenham Town to Culverden Stadium and Bourne has been given extra funds to bring Lewis Mingle and Scott Wibley back to the club and to bring in midfielder Jason Thompson from Chatham Town.

FA Vase Vs Steyning Town

This weekend is the start of our Vase campaign, this for all the obvious reasons is something special for us all.
May 4th 2013 was one of the best days of my life and leading my team out at Wembley with my two children was something that worked me up before every game, by achieving that gives us all the knowledge that it is not a fairytale but very much achievable for the hungriest of teams amongst our level of non league football.

New Signings

Firstly I would like to welcome both Connor Pring & Richard Atkins to the club.

On meeting Connor, it was abundantly clear as a local lad, he wanted to play for the club. After being released from Brighton he had spells at Eastbourne Borough & Tonbridge Angels where both managers where very complimentary.
With Connors age and potential, it is exciting to have got him on board and I know the fans will enjoy having him at the Culverden next season.
He can play out wide or through the middle, so will give us options as well as quality.

Bourney's Blog

Happy New Year!
Firstly my aims for 2016 are quite simply improvement in every area, but most importantly results and the development of the young players we have on board, as they will ultimately be the future of the club.
We train twice a week and always get full attendance and the place is in great spirit. So I'm confident we will see the fruits of our hard work very soon, Starting this weekend at Canterbury to get us rolling into the new year.

Bourney's Blog

With the new season upon us, and all possible preparation complete, the squad is all fit and excited to get started again! As always the Kent league is wide open with Greenwich Borough heavily investing, and a pick of probably another 4-5 others in the mix as serious title contenders. Getting a good start is going be key to ensuring a push for promotion.

Martin has, without doubt, put together a team of leaders and winners, and with a good blend of exciting youngsters, the back four has had a few adjustments that we will build a team upon.

Captain's Blog

Obviously there were great expectations around the club going into last season - and rightfully so. We were firm favourites in many people’s eyes to get promotion, and move the club to the next level.

We unfortunately lost Josh Stanford in the summer as he was away travelling, and this had a massive impact on the way we liked to play with pace down both sides and on the counter attack as we knew we could keep most teams out with the threat of Jon Pilbeam, Stanford, ‘Hooley’ (Carl Cornell), Andy Irvine and Jack Harris – all of whom meant we were free scoring.