Believe it or not it is just two weeks since we started the search for a new manager and we now have in place what I believe to be an excellent choice in Keith Bird.
Tunbridge Wells Football Club are delighted to announce that Keith Bird has accepted the position of First Team Manager. Keith's last position was Manager of Cray Wanderers, previously he was at Bromley Football Club where he held a variety of positions including First Team Coach and Reserve Team Manager, whilst in these positions Keith coached some of the Youth Teams.
As part of the interview process Keith has met with some of senior players at TWFC.
Midfielder Jake Beecroft has left The Wells to join former Wells Centre Half Nick Davis at Ryman South side Sittingbourne F.C.
Having joined from Folkestone Invicta at the beginning of the 13/14 season, The Wizard will be remembered fondly for his cross field passing and precision free kicks and also for that "Worldie" against Whyteleafe.
Everyone at TWFC wishes Jake all the best for the future.
It is with regret that Tunbridge Wells Football Club have accepted the resignation of Martin Larkin. During Martin's tenure as first team Manager the Club has achieved much, the first silverware in twenty five years, three further cup finals, including the FA Vase Cup Final at Wembley and a trend of improving league finishes. Martin described having to make the decision to resign as 'horrific' Martin has always done what is best for the Football Club that he feels so deeply about. He is aware of the number of hours that are required to drive the Football Club forward.
With the summer holiday season now upon us, don't forget to enter our holiday photography competition.
For the chance to win a season ticket for the 2016/17 season simply take a photo of yourself on holiday or in front of a famous landmark with either a TWFC Shirt, scarf or flag.
You can enter by either Emailing your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Twitter using #TWFCHoliday or post on to the clubs Facebook page.
If you're in need of inspiration click on the link below and take a look at last years entrants.
Former Wells striker Jack Harris has joined Ryman South outfit Hastings Utd from league play off semi finalist Faversham Town.
Having left the Culverden to join Maidstone Utd. Harris 21, found it difficult to break into the first team and was loaned out to Faversham and made the move permanent the following season. He netted 17 times for the lilywhites last term.
Rumours were abound that he could return to the Culverden coming in to replace Brendon Cass who left the Wells to take up a player/coach role at fellow SCEFL side Erith and Belverdere.
It is with great regret that we inform you that our Webmaster and Website Developer Craig Methven passed away yesterday.
Craig came to Tunbridge Wells Football Club as a supporter and volunteered his services to upgrade our website. He refused payment for the work that he did, always stating the fact that he was a supporter first and foremost. He will be sadly missed by all at TWFC.
Our condolences go to Craig's family at this sad time.
An absolute, big Thank You to everyone that made the trip to Welling for the Macron SCEFL Challenge Cup Final. The game was a close encounter as expected with the result unfortunately going the wrong way for The Wells. Last season's gate for the final didn't reach 300 whereas yesterday the gate was 537, and I would have thought that Tunbridge Wells FC accounted for at least 437 of the total. The support given to the Team was - as always - outstanding! Thank you again to each and every one of you that made the trip.
This is an exciting role that covers all aspects of non-football related income.
Joe Fuller with 33% of the vote!!