Tunbridge Wells Football Club

Latest message from Jamie Marriott, Deal Town

Dear TWFC,

Just to let you know I saw the consultant today who is happy with how my ankle is healing therefore no operation is needed. Four more weeks in the cast and that's that. However I do have to have an MRI scan in my knee on 17th of March as that's where I've been getting the most pain from.
Me and my family can't thank you guys there enough for your kindness and generosity, it is much appreciated.
Kind regards

Danny Powell Leaves The Wells

Danny Powell has opted to move on from Culverden. Announcing the news to tunbridgewellsfc.com, first team boss Martin Larkin explained, "Dan has found it difficult of late to get a spot in the number 9 or 10 shirt that he craves as Brendon Cass, Paul Booth and Chris Seenan have all been scoring, and have done so all season.

"Danny wants to start and wants to play games, so he feels a move will be best option for him to achieve that.

Remaining fixtures confirmed:

7th March - Cray Valley at Home,
10th March - Beckenham away in League Cup,
14th March - Ashford away,
17th March - Beckenham at home in League Cup,
21st March - Erith and Belvedere away,
28th March - Sevenoaks at home,
6th April - Erith away,
11th April - Fisher away,
14th April - Corinthian home,
18th April - Croydon at home,
21st April - Greenwich at home.
25th April - Canterbury away,
tba - Lordswood at home,

Tunbridge Wells FC Club and Supporters wish Jamie Marriott of Deal Town a speedy recovery.

So yesterday was a good and bad day, never nice seeing players get hurt. Apparently Jamie Marriott has Broken his ankle in a couple of places and another bone leading down to that. Deal Town F.C. Have set up a page for donations as apparently he's self employed and has a young family so he's going to be out of action work wise for a while . Here's the link http://www.kapipal.com/9defdfa9b8194435aac60174fc3be5ed

A Word from the Chairman - January 31st 2015

We enter February and the final three months of the season, a season of transition on the pitch. Martin and the Team are still pushing to finish as high as possible in the league and the Board are still looking to continue to build the Club off of the pitch. Tunbridge Wells Football Club is without doubt the best supported Club in the SCEFL league regularly gaining crowds far higher than those achieved in both Ryman South and the Ryman Premier. The SCEFL, however, must be one of the hardest leagues to get out of with just one team each season guaranteed promotion.

Simon Colbran

It is with regret that Simon has decided to take up the opportunity to manage Chipstead FC of the Ryman South league. Simon brought a wealth of football and commercial knowledge to the Board and we are sad to see him leave after such a short time with us. However, we do understand the lure of the challenge that Simon has accepted and wish him well in his new venture.


Tunbridge Wells have this morning announced that Dane Luchford has opted to leave Culverden to test himself at Ryman Premier League level.

“Having spoken with Dane this morning he has had an offer from a Ryman Premier club to join their squad, and with Dane very keen to test himself at that level we have agreed he will join up with them straight away," first team boss Martin Larkin told www.tunbridgewellsfc.com.

Christmas comes early at the Wells!!

This is the ideal Christmas gift for the budding Wells fan. No need to buy socks and hankies, perfume is a thing of the past when you can buy a TWFC half season ticket!
Adult £50
Concession £30
Child £7.50
To help you further don't forget you can now pay by card.

Purchase in the Clubhouse at the next home game by contacting Julian Fussell, Membership Secretary, or by contacting him by email: membership@twfcexec.com or by contacting any of the members of the Committee.

Simon Colbran

Tunbridge Wells Football Club is delighted to announce that Simon Colbran has agreed to join the Board.

Simon has immense knowledge across a variety of areas including Business, Property Development and of course local football. The role that Simon has accepted is to Project Manage the installation of the 3G pitch. This role does not include involvement with any aspect of Team Management, this remains the forte of Martin and his Team.


Please be aware that anyone parking a vehicle on the Road outside the ground must ensure that all four wheels are on the road. Any wheel that is either on the pavement or a grass verge will be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice.
TWFC have taken the following steps to overcome this issue

Additional Stewards have been allocated. To the stadium Car Park to ensure we maximise available space,

Overflow car parking has been arranged at Bennett Memorial School.


Tunbridge Wells FC are delighted to be supported by our Commercial Partners

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