Tunbridge Wells Football Club

The Wells came back down to earth with a bump when they were on the wrong end of a 2-1 score line.
The Wells took the lead on 14mins through Captain Joe Fuller.
Erith equalised 10mins later when Tom Youngs found the net.
Max Williams scored the winner for the home side on 59mins.
The Wells slip to 9th in the SCEFL table.
Without a game next Saturday The Wells return to action on Tuesday 15th September when Croydon travel to the Culverden. Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells started their Pre Season with a win under new manager Keith Bird running out 3-1 winners against Crockenhill F.C.
A brace from Chris Seenan and a thunderbolt from the returning Hooley Cornell saw the Royal town run out victors

TWFC support Mind programmes.

Tunbridge Wells Football Club are proud to support the two 8 week therapeutic programmes starting in November for men and women who may be experiencing things such as anxiety, depression and low self esteem. These programmes are delivered by Mind and funded by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council’s public health budget.

Starting in November, these programmes will take place at the Community Centre in TN2. They are free for participants. For more information, click on the images below.

Football, football, football

Tunbridge Wells Football Club is delighted to announce that BT Sports has now been installed at the Clubhouse. The board hope that this will enhance the match day experience at the Culverden and give people the chance to see premiership games whilst enjoying a drink at the Lock and Load bar. On days when there are live premiership games we are pleased to inform you that the gates will open at 12:00 midday. There are some big games coming up, detailed below, so please take advantage of this new facility.

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