Tunbridge Wells Football Club

The Wells look to put Tuesday evenings disappointment behind them and get back to winning ways on Saturday when they welcome Canterbury City to The Culverden.
City travel to the Royal Town on the back of an impressive 5-0 away win at Rochester Utd on Wednesday evening.
They sit 13th in the league, 4 places above the Wells having Won 3, drawing 3 and losing 4 of their 10 games played.
Last seasons meeting between the two sides saw a crowd of 312 watch Canterbury City come from behind to Win 2-1. Hakim Griffiths the Wells goal scorer that day.
Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells slipped to their 5 defeat of the season going down 3-2 away at Erith & Belvedere.
2 goals for the Deres within the space of a minute gave The Wells an uphill task.
Ryan Crandley pulled a goal back for The Wells from the penalty spot.
Brad Large got a second for the Wells with 4mins remaining but The Wells
Could not find an equaliser.
Next up The Wells host Canterbury City on Saturday at The Culverden.
Kick Off 3pm

The Wells travel to Park View Road Tuesday evening to take on Erith & Belvedere.
Jason Bourne's side go to Welling with confidence sky high having won their last 4 outings.
The Deres meanwhile are 13th in the league table on 10pts. 2 places above The Wells having won 2 drawing 4 and losing 4 of their opening 10 games.
Last seasons corresponding fixture finished 2-2 and saw The Deres needing the depths of injury time to salvage a point at home against the Wells after Ben Hunt and Ian Parsons had given the Wells the lead.
Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells made it 5 wins from the last 5 with a spirited display in this bottom of the table clash.
The Bears took the lead after 4mins when former Wells Vase hero Andy Irvine finished well with his first attempt on goal for his new side.
Youngster Dale Ashman scored his first and The Wells's equaliser when he reacted quickest in a goalmouth scramble.
Ryan Crandley won it for The Wells on 71mins with a dipping swerving 25 yard screamer that sent the south stand into delirium!

Saturday sees league new comers Bearsted visit The Culverden.
The Bears sit one place and point above the Wells in 18th having won 1 drawing 3 and losing 5 of their 9 games played. Their one win came via a decent 1-0 away victory at Ashford Utd.
Kick Off 3pm

Tuesday evenings game Vs Croydon was abandoned in bizarre fashion with just 3mins of the game left to play.
The Wells had looked to be closing in on their first home win of the season after Ryan Crandley had given the home side the lead with a deft lob over the Croydon keeper on 80mins.
Croydon were reduced to 10 men for dissent after Perry Spackman was upended in the box when through on goal. Jason Barton resulting spot kick was saved by The Croydon stopper.

The Wells return to league action this coming Tuesday evening when we welcome Croydon FC to the Culverden.
The Wells who are now unbeaten in their last four outings and will be looking to get some points on the board after a faltering start to this seasons league campaign.
The Rams sit 5th in the SCEFL table, 14 places above The Wells having won 4, drawing twice and losing one of their opening 7 league games.

The Wells put their names into the hat for the draw of the first round proper of this seasons Buildbase FA Vase with an emphatic 1-4 drubbing of West Sussex East Preston.
A brace from Ryan Crandley and a goal each from centre half pairing Jason Barton and Perry Spackman topped of a ruthless Wells performance.
Next up for The Wells is a visit from Croydon to the Culverden Tuesday evening.
Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells travel to West Sussex on Saturday for the 2nd qualifying round of this seasons Buildbase FA Vase.
East Preston of the Southern Combination league Division One stand in the way of The Wells and the draw for the next round.
Managed by Bob Paine, EP currently sit 4th in their league table having won 4, drawing 1 and losing 1 of their 6 games played.
Their best outing in the FA Vase came in the 2004/5 season when they made it to the 2nd round.
Six years ago the two teams met in the FA Vase, The Wells won that day 6-2 at The Culverden.
Kick Off 3pm

You can now book your seat on the supporters coach to this Saturday's FA Vase game away to East Preston by emailing membership@twfcexec.com Seats are £15 per person and for a limited time kids go for £5 thanks to TWIST.
Book early to avoid disappointment.


The Wells travel to Rotherhithe Saturday to take on Fisher FC hoping to build on last weekends impressive FA Vase performance.
Fisher sit 3 places above The Wells in 16th having played two games more. They have accumulated 4pts from their 8 games played winning once, drawing 3 and losing 4
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw The Wells win 3-0 with goals from Basit Ajala, Dane Moore and Chris Seenan.
Kick Off 3pm

St Pauls Sports Ground
Salter Road
London SE16 5EF

The Wells got their first win of the 16/17
Season in this first qualifying round of the FA Vase.
Ollie Bankole opened the scoring on 18mins when debutant Josh Biddlecombe delivered a into the box and Bankole fired home from close range.
Biddlecombe doubled the Wells lead with a well placed finish on 42mins.
Bankole got his second and wells third when he bagged again in 65mins.
Birthday boy Perry Spackman joined in on this Vase party when he rose highest from a Tom Bryant corner to make it 4-0 on 77mins

The FA Vase (Sponsored by Buildbase ) returns to the Culverden this Saturday for the first time since The Wells were knocked out on penalties by eventual semi finalist Highworth Town in the 14/15 season.
The Wells will look to put the disappointment of last season behind them where they limped out of the competition at the first hurdle losing 3-0 away to Knaphill.
Steyning Town from the Southern Combination First division are the first test
for Jason Bourne's team.
They sit 8th in their league, winning 3 and losing twice in their opening 5 games of the season.

The Wells came away from Eden Park Avenue with a well deserved point but will be scratching their heads as to why it wasn't all 3pts given their dominance.
The Wells were awarded a penalty inside the opening 10mins when the ever dangerous looking Ryan Crandley was felled inside the Beckenham area.
Jason Barton's tame penalty was comfortably saved by Anidaba in the Becks goal.
The Wells style of play was better suited to the lush Eden Park playing surface but despite having more possession the Wells could not break the deadlock.


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