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: or by contacting any of the members of the Committee.

A Word from the Chairman - December 8th 2014

I know you never get all that you wish for in life and the FA Vase 4th round draw confirmed that! Yesterday I wrote that my wish was for a home tie against non SCEFL opposition. Well I suppose one out of two is not too bad! The draw is certainly not making this competition easy but one consolation is that we are only talking about a journey a little over two hours as opposed to five or six. The coaches have been booked as yet the price of the coaches is yet to be confirmed but I would imagine it is going to be very similar cost wise to the Portchester trip.

Brenyah & Smith Move On

Forward Harry Smith and winger Rudolf Brenyah have this week been released by Tunbridge Wells. Both felt they needed to be playing regular football, and opportunities were proving limited at Culverden.

"As a club we would like to thank Harry and Rudolf for their efforts and wish them the very best of luck at their next clubs," Martin Larkin commented.

MotM v Westfield

No surprises with a thumping 59% of the vote, hat-trick hero Joe Fuller. Mentioned in dispatches, Lee Radford, although by all accounts this was a tremendous team performance. Well done Joe!!!


Analysis by Matt Harris with Craig Methven

The upcoming Vase match against Westfield will represent Martin Larkin’s FA Vase Quarter-Century. Since making the manager’s position his own at Culverden back in 2009, he will have overseen 25 matches after Saturday’s showdown at Woking Park. To mark the occasion, Larkin anticipates a decent game ahead.

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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