The Wells travel to Hartley on Saturday to face Corinthian.

The Hoops are flying high in 4th after 20 games with a record of 11 wins, 4 draws and 5 defeats. They trail top of the league Sevenoaks by 5pts.

Saturdays 0-0 draw at home to Sevenoaks saw The Wells remain in 18th on 17pts and slightly improved a disappointing record of 4 wins, 5 draws and 11 defeats.
The Wells have failed to win a league game at Gay Dawn Farm since their move into The SCEFL.

The Wells progress to the quarter final stage of this seasons Challenge Cup.

Alexx Kendall's 16th minute goal was enough to knock out Division One leaders K Sports.

Next up The Wells travel to Corinthian.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells continue their journey in this seasons Challenge Cup on Tuesday evening when they travel to Ditton to face K Sports.

The Paper Boys sit top of the SCEFL division one with an impressive record of 17 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats.

Having received a bye in the first round of the competition. K Sports thumped Basement side Crockenhill 6-1 in the 2nd round to set up a third round tie with The Wells.

The Wells progressed to the third round by disposing of Rochester Utd ( 2-1 ) in the first round and neighbours Rusthall (3-2 aet) in the second round.

The Wells began the new year with a credible point against league leaders and A21 rivals Sevenoaks Town.

The Oaks were reduced to ten men on 8mins after a crude challenge by former Wells player Brett Ince on Jon Pilbeam saw The Oaks player receive his marching orders.

The heavy conditions meant both sides had limited chances.

Goalkeeper Jack Bradshaw made a series of excellent saves at the end to secure The Wells a valuable point.

The Wells remain in 18th but move to within 4pts of neighbours Rusthall in 17th with 3 games in hand.

A very happy New Year from the board, management team and playing staff of Tunbridge Wells Football Club.

The Wells begin 2018 by welcoming league leaders Sevenoaks Town to The Culverden on Saturday.

At the seasons halfway stage The Oaks sit comfortably on top after 16 games on 41pts with an impressive record of 13 wins, 4 draws and just 1 defeat.

The Wells suffered an injury time collapse to leave the Community Stadium with an 11th league defeat of the season.

Jon Pilbeam gave The Wells the lead on 32mins from the penalty spot after a hand ball in the Crows area.

Despite Wells strikers Nwoko and Biddlecombe going close, The Wells were unable to add to their lead.

Crowborough pulled out an unlikely win when they netted late into injury time through Tom Phipp and Dan Perry.

The Wells remain in 18th, 5pts behind Rusthall in 17th.

The Wells final game of 2017 sees the short trip down the A26 to title contenders Crowborough Athletic.

The Crows sit 2nd in the league on 36pts, 5pts behind leaders Sevenoaks Town having played 2 games more.

The Wells still languish in 18th place after last weekends 1-1 draw with Sheppey Utd.
5pts behind neighbours Rusthall having played 2 games less.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw a bumper Christmas crowd of 503 witness a 3-0 win for The Crows.

Kick Off 3pm.

Everyone from TWFC would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year.

Wells Debutant Franco Mici made sure the points were shared with a 90th min equaliser at The Culverden.

Sheppey took the lead on 30mins when Remel Davis converted was left unmarked from a corner kick to fire home.

Mici however sent the Home fans into the festive break with a smile on their faces when he drilled Home through a busy area.

Next up The Wells travel up the A26 to face title contenders Crowborough Athletic.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells host Sheppey Utd on Saturday before the festive break.

The Ites occupy 11th position on the league table having gained 27pts from 16 games with a record of 8 wins, 3 draws and 5 defeats.

7 places below Sheppey, The Wells continue to hover above the bottom 2 teams in the league in 18th place. Last Saturdays 1-0 defeat away to Bearsted condemned The Wells to their 10th league defeat of the season.

Last seasons meeting between the two sides saw Sheppey win an 8 goal thriller 3-5. James Pinnock x2 and Josh Biddlecombe the goal scorers for The Wells that day.

The Wells fell to their 10th defeat of the season after 1-0 defeat away at Bearsted. Alex Kendall headed into his own net to give The Bears all 3pts.

Next up The Wells host Sheppey Utd at The Culverden next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells travel to Bearsted on Saturday for their 2nd away fixture in as many weeks.

The Bears sit comfortably in mid table after 20 games earning 28pts thanks to 9 wins, 1 draw and 10 defeats.

The Wells remain in 18th after last Saturdays goalless draw away to Glebe.

Last seasons meeting between Bearsted and The Wells ended with the home side taking all 3pts thanks to a 3-1 win. Chris Seenan netting The Wells consolation goal.

Kick Off 3pm.

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The Wells battled to a goalless draw away to league new comers Glebe.

The Wells are on their travels this coming Saturday when they travel to Chiselhurst to face last seasons division one champions Glebe.

Glebe sit 14th in the league ( 4 places above The Wells ) on 20 Pts winning 6, drawing 2 and losing 9 times.

Tuesday evenings 1-2 defeat to Beckenham condemned The Wells to their 9th league defeat from 15 games and so remain in 18th position.

The previous meeting between the two teams saw Glebe leave The Culverden with 3pts thanks to a 1-2 win for the league new comers. Steven Ita scored The Wells consolation goal.

The Wells fell to their 9th league defeat of the season to Beckenham Town.

Beckenham took the lead thanks to a unmarked Adam Wadmore 24th minute strike.

Ian Parsons equalised for The Wells on 35mins thanks to a well worked corner.

Beckenham secured all 3 points when Harry Ottaway raced through and slotted past Jack Blackmore.

The Wells remain 18th.

Next up The Wells travel to division one champions Glebe on Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells welcome Beckenham Town to The Culverden on Tuesday evening.

Beckenham Occupy 9th position on 27 Pts thanks to 9 Wins. 0 draws and 6 defeats.

Having had a rest day last Saturday, The Wells are looking to improve on their league form which has seen them lose their last two league outings.

The Wells currently sit 18th on 14 Pts after 14 games with a record of 4 wins, 2 draws and 8 defeats.

Last seasons meeting saw the two sides share the points in an entertaining 2-2 draw. Centre Halves Luke Hackett and Brad Potter scoring for The Wells.


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