The Wells threw away a two goal lead to send this FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round to a replay.

An excellent save from Cam Hall in The Wells goal proved to be the springboard for Steph Harper’s 22mins opener. Having acrobatically saved, The Wells stopper provided the assist as he went Route one to Harper who fired The Wells into the lead.

Substitute Joffy Shea doubled The Wells lead with a brilliant 20yrd lobbed effort.

Josh Biddlecombe went close to adding a third for The Wells but his effort crashed against the crossbar.

The Clubs Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 7th September at The Culverden stadium Clubhouse at 8pm.
All members and non members are invited to attend.

Saturday sees The Wells travel to the Croydon Sports Arena to face Croydon FC in this seasons FA Cup Extra Preliminary round.

Last season saw The Wells equal their best ever showing in The FA Cup, making the 2nd Qualifying round, Eventually losing to Conference South side Concord Rangers.

Croydon FA Cup journey last term saw them knockout eventual promotion winners Whitstable Town in the Extra Preliminary round before bowing out at the next stage to Bostik South side Faversham Town.

The Wells grabbed defeat from the jaws of victory after a late show by Corinthian.

A balanced game saw The Wells have the better scoring opportunities despite a goal line clearance from Perry Spackman.

The game came to life on 74mins when Tommy Lawerence scored a fantastic free kick.

Corinthian battled back to equalise after a Brad Large bicycle kick was blocked only for the rebound to be slotted in on 86mins.

Poor defending cost The Wells when Corinthian netted to steal all 3pts on 89mins.

The first home game of the 18/19 campaign sees The Wells welcome Corinthian to The Culverden on Tuesday evening.

Like The Wells, Corinthian also suffered defeat in their season opener. Losing 1-4 at home to promotion favourites Chatham Town.

After a strong start The Hoops finished last season in 9th place on 56pts. They won 17, drew 5 and lost 16.

Last seasons meeting saw The Wells suffer a 1-3 defeat. Steven Ita scoring a Wells consolation in front of a crowd of 207.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells slipped to defeat on a scorching August Saturday on the opening day of the season.

Glebe forward Steve Smith gave the hosts the lead on 37mins with a goal from an acute angle.

Smith doubled his and his sides lead on 73mins with a good individual goal.

Sam Edwards added a third from the penalty spot for Glebe after Alexx Kendall was adjudged to have tripped the midfielder 3mins into injury time.

Josh Biddlecombe grabbed a welcome consolation goal for The Wells 5mins into time added on.

The Curtain raiser for the 18/19 campaign sees The Wells make the trip to Chislehurst to face Glebe.

Glebe finished last season in a respectable 12th place in their inaugural season in the premier division.
Of the 38 games played they won 15, drew 6 and lost 17 amassing 51pts.

The Wells will be looking to improve on last years league position of 15th.
They amassed 46pts from 38 games by way of 12 wins, 10 draws and 16 defeats.

Last seasons meeting between the two saw a goalless draw at Foxbury Avenue.

Kick Off 3pm

Season tickets and memberships are now available for pre order before our first home game of the 18/19 season on Tuesday 7th August Vs Corinthian, KO 7:45pm
For prices and more information please email membership@twfcexec.com to register your interest.


With Pre Season now well underway, we caught up with the gaffer to ask his thoughts on last season, his ambitions for next season and how the team is shaping up for the new season.

Have you watched much of the World Cup?

Yes of course. Got to be done!
The First World Cup I remember was 1990 and I fell in love with football ever since. Even though the national team has disappointed in recent years you cling to the memories of the good times.

What did you think of England’s performances.

The preliminary rounds for the FA Cup and Vase have been drawn this afternoon and see The Wells travel away to league rivals Croydon in the FA Cup on Saturday 11th August.

The Wells will then travel to Billinghurst of the Southern Combination League division 1 on Saturday 1st September.

Saturday’s first Pre Season away to Jarvis Brook has now been postponed.

The Wells will now begin their pre season away at Kent Football United on Tuesday 10th July- 7:45pm at Saint Paul’s Academy 4G Abbey Wood. The Wells then travel to Whitstable on Saturday 14th July - 3pm.

This is followed by a new friendly fixture away to Erith & Belvedere on Thursday 19th July, Kick Off 7:45pm

For our full Pre Season schedule visit http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/1591

England play their 3rd and final group game of the World Cup against The Red Devils of Belgium on Thursday at 7pm. After Sunday’s successful showing of the 6-1 demolition of Panama you can again watch all the action on the BIG screen with an ice cold beer in our clubhouse from 6pm! See you there.

England play their 2nd group game of the World Cup against Panama on Sunday at 1pm. And you can watch it all on the BIG screen with an ice cold beer in our clubhouse from 12pm! See you there.

A Spectacular long range goal from Whitstable's Ricky Freeman was the difference as The Wells gallantly lost their SCEFL Challenge Cup final.

For a full in depth match report and reaction go to http://kentishfootball.co.uk/news/tunbwhit050518

The Wells 55th and final game of the season sees them travel to Tonbridge Angels Longmead Stadium on Saturday for the SCEFL Challenge Cup final against Whitstable Town.

The Oysters have enjoyed a tremendous season having sealed promotion by finishing runners up behind champions Sevenoaks Town and also winning the Kent Senior Trophy by beating Sheppey Utd.

The two sides have met just twice this season in the league and both games have been evenly contested. Whitstable edged the first encounter at The Culverden winning 1-0 thanks to Ricky Freeman's goal.


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