England’s Euro 2016 Campaign – live from the clubhouse

Two of England’s Euro 2016 group stage matches will be screened live at the clubhouse at the Shepherd Neame Stadium.

England’s opening match against Russia on Saturday, June 11 will be shown with kick-off at 8pm, while England’s final group stage game against Slovakia on Monday, June 20 will also be televised, with kick-off again at 8pm.

Come down to the club and roar on the other Three Lions!

Throughout the close-season, the Shepherd Neame Stadium will open at 7pm – if there is sufficient interest, England v Wales (2pm kick-off) may also be shown live with the clubhouse possibly opening early on that occasion.

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Two of England’s Euro 2016 group stage matches will be screened live at the clubhouse.

U21 photo archive – 2015/16 season

Season review available from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NODnAWPe958

Top goalscorer Jack Sellens scored twice in a 3-0 victory at Merstham to help the Lilywhites secure second spot in the Ryman South League Table.

Top goalscorer Jack Sellens scored twice in a 3-0 victory at Merstham to help the Lilywhites secure second spot in the Ryman South League Table.

GOALKEEPER Ryan Cheek was the hero in Town's 2-0 victory at Lewes.

GOALKEEPER Ryan Cheek was the hero in Town’s 2-0 victory at Lewes.

Ryan Cheek clears the danger in the final, which Town lost 2-1.

Ryan Cheek clears the danger in the final, which Town lost 2-1.

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The under-21 team picture, ahead of the Kent Intermediate Cup Final.

Faversham organise the wall in their 5-3 defeat at Leatherhead.

Faversham organise the wall in their 5-3 defeat at Leatherhead.

Town's rearguard in action in the 3-1 victory at Sittingbourne.

Town’s rearguard in action in the 3-1 victory at Sittingbourne.

Joe Lester was one of the scorers in the 3-1 win over Merstham.

Joe Lester was one of the scorers in the 3-1 win over Merstham.

Faversham fell to a 3-2 home defeat against Sittingbourne.

Faversham fell to a 3-2 home defeat against Sittingbourne.

The Lilywhites in action as they claim a penalty shootout win over Welling United to reach the Kent Intermediate Cup Final.

The Lilywhites in action as they claim a penalty shootout win over Welling United to reach the Kent Intermediate Cup Final.

Jack Sellens and Kieron Campbell both scored in the 3-0 win over Leatherhead - here they both are standing over a free-kick.

Jack Sellens and Kieron Campbell both scored in the 3-0 win over Leatherhead – here they both are standing over a free-kick.

The Lilywhites beat Corinthian 2-1 to reach the Kent Intermediate Cup Semi-Final.

The Lilywhites beat Corinthian 2-1 to reach the Kent Intermediate Cup Semi-Final.

First-team player Ashley Brown played for the under-21 side in their 4-2 defeat to Burgess Hill Town.

First-team player Ashley Brown played for the under-21 side in their 4-2 defeat to Burgess Hill Town.

Dan King and Jack Sellens wait for the ball in Faversham's 3-1 home win over Whitstable Town.

Dan King and Jack Sellens wait for the ball in Faversham’s 3-1 home win over Whitstable Town.

Jack Sellens scored his 12th competitive goal of the season for the under-21 team in their 1-1 draw with Worthing.

Jack Sellens scored twice in a 2-2 draw at home to Ramsgate.

The Lilywhites edge past Chatham Town in a penalty shootout.

The Lilywhites edge past Chatham Town in a penalty shootout.

Olinto Santo in action in Faversham's 2-1 win over Lewes.

Olinto Santo in action in Faversham’s 2-1 win over Lewes.

Faversham's defence in action in their 3-2 victory at Hastings United.

Faversham’s defence in action in their 3-2 victory at Hastings United.

Town start the handshakes, before a 4-2 victory at Burgess Hill Town.

Town start the handshakes, before a 4-2 victory at Burgess Hill Town.

Captain Daniel King speaks to the officials and Whyteleafe's captain, before the Lilywhites' 7-3 home win.

Captain Daniel King speaks to the officials and Whyteleafe’s captain, before the Lilywhites’ 7-3 home win.

The under-21 team started their Ryman South campaign with a 1-1 draw at Whitstable Town.

The under-21 team start their Ryman South campaign with a 1-1 draw at Whitstable Town.

U18 End-of-Season review

Here is the review of the 2015/16 season for the under-18 team, who came joint-second in the Kent Youth League, Premier Division.

Thanks

First of all, thanks to all the squad members who have contributed to this memorable season.

ALL of the lads have played their part in the success on the field but have also conducted themselves magnificently off the field while representing the club.

They are a great bunch of young men that work well with each other to maximise their performance in this team game. Leicester City must have been spying!

Many thanks to all at Faversham Town FC for giving our lads the platform to enjoy their football.

Who’s who:

Scott Greenway – Manager

Chris Greenfield – Assistant Manager

Gordon Blaikie – Assistant Manager

Rob Sellens – Coach (Now with u21 FTFC)

Tom Hadler – Coach

Graeme Langthorne – Treasurer

Tony Argent – Parent Liaison Officer

Lou Greenway – Refreshments

Margaret Blaikie – Food

Jacqui Tydeman – Food

Pete Pritchard – Bar manager


Thanks also to stadium manager Steve Hall and chairman Ray Leader, who supported our awards night. Ray kindly handed out the awards and spoke with words of encouragement to our team.

Thanks also to website administrator Tom Reeves and Adrian Wills for updating the web page.

Thanks to all at the football club for supporting their youth teams and of course a big thanks to groundsman Rob Goodger for supplying the pitch!

Roll-on season 2016-2017

The full season review is available from http://www.favershamtownfc.co.uk/u18%20match%20reports/18052016%20season%20review.html

Faversham Town's under-18 team for the 2015/16 season.

Faversham Town’s under-18 team for the 2015/16 season.

Faversham Town and Charlton Athletic Community Trust Academy trial – 2nd June

The Faversham Town and Charlton Athletic Community Trust Academy is recruiting for the 2016/17 season, with the final set of trials due to take place on Thursday 2nd June.

The Academy will be aimed at talented football players between the ages of 16-18 and will be based at the Shepherd Neame Stadium.

Please click here for details.

You can book your place on these trials from here with all trials currently scheduled to take at the Shepherd Neame Stadium, Salters Lane (Postcode – ME13 8ND).

Further details are available from http://www.favershamtownfc.co.uk/Faversham%20Town%20and%20CAFC%20Community%20Trust%20Academy%20-%20News.html

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The Faversham Town and Charlton Athletic Community Trust Academy is recruiting for the 2016/17 season, with the final set of trials due to take place on Thursday 2nd June.

First-team photo archive – 2015/16 season

Season review video available from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8S0ahagwans

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The players enjoy a day out at Lingfield Races at the end of the season.

Faversham Town 2015/16 season, ahead of the Play-off Final, where they lost to 3-0.

Faversham Town take a team picture, ahead of the Play-off Final, where they lost 3-0.

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The Town players celebrate reaching the Ryman South Play-off Final after their 2-1 victory at Dorking Wanderers in the Semi-Final.

Us boys never give up...bring on Saturday

Faversham celebrate a Luke Harvey goal as they reach the Play-offs with a win over Hythe Town.

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Town engage in a team huddle before falling to a 2-1 loss at Sittingbourne.

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Captain Ryan Cooper picks up his runners-up medal after the Robert Dyas League Cup Final loss.

Liam King in action in Faversham's Robert Dyas League Cup Final defeat against Kingstonian.

Liam King in action in Faversham’s Robert Dyas League Cup Final defeat against Kingstonian.

GOALKEEPER William Godmon scored Faversham Town's winner in sensational style in their 2-1 win over Chipstead.

GOALKEEPER William Godmon scored Faversham Town’s winner in sensational style in their 2-1 win over Chipstead.

Charley Robertson celebrates one of his three goals in the Lilywhites' 4-0 victory over Whitstable Town.

Charley Robertson celebrates one of his three goals in the Lilywhites’ 4-0 victory over Whitstable Town.

Ashley Brown (Left) against Corinthian-Casuals on 16/01/2016.

Ashley Brown (Left) against Corinthian-Casuals on 16/01/2016.

Jamie Maxted in action in Town's 1-0 Robert Dyas League Cup win over Dorking.

Jamie Maxted in action in Town’s 1-0 Robert Dyas League Cup win over Dorking.

Faversham celebrate Renford Tenyue's goal in their Boxing Day win at Chatham Town.

Faversham celebrate Renford Tenyue’s goal in their Boxing Day win at Chatham Town.

Match pictures from Faversham’s 2-1 win over East Grinstead Town are available from http://www.canterburytimes.co.uk/pictures/Faversham-Town-2-East-Grinstead-1/pictures-28353154-detail/pictures.html

Stuart King's free-kick at Molesey.

Stuart King’s free-kick at Molesey finds the top corner in Town’s 5-1 victory.

Faversham Town celebrate Jamie Maxted's goal in their 4-1 away victory at Hastings United.

Faversham Town celebrate Jamie Maxted’s goal in their 4-1 away victory at Hastings United.

Stuart King is subject to a team mobbing from teammates Ryan Cooper, Daniel Carrington and George Monger after his second-half strike against Ramsgate on Tuesday evening earned the Lilywhites a point in the 1-1 draw.

Stuart King is subject to a team mobbing from teammates Ryan Cooper, Daniel Carrington and George Monger after his second-half strike against Ramsgate earned the Lilywhites a point in the 1-1 draw.

Faversham celebrate Staurt King's goal in their 2-0 victory at Folkestone Invicta.

Faversham celebrate Stuart King’s goal in their 2-0 victory at Folkestone Invicta.

Stuart King scores both of Town's goals in their 2-1 win over Dorking Wanderers.

Stuart King scores both of Town’s goals in their 2-1 win over Dorking Wanderers.

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The Lilywhites’ defence gets organised in the 2-2 draw with Staines Town in the FA Cup.

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Clive Walker organises the Town players in their 5-0 win over Bexhill United.

The Lilywhites line-up, before beating Worthing 1-0.

The Lilywhites line-up, before beating Worthing 1-0.

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Mobolaji Dawodu closes down a Gillingham player.

Dean Grant and Stuart King wait for the ball against Maidstone United.

Dean Grant and Stuart King wait for the ball against Maidstone United.

Faversham Town won the Aveley Invitational Tournament with a 4-0 win over Clapton followed by a 2-1 victory against hosts Aveley during a successful 2015/16 pre-season.

Faversham Town win the Aveley Invitational Tournament with a 4-0 win over Clapton followed by a 2-1 victory against hosts Aveley during a successful 2015/16 pre-season.

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Ray Turner and Clive Walker organise the Lilywhites as they win the Aveley Invitational Tournament.

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Dean Grant in action against Strike Force. More pictures are available from http://www.favershamtownfc.co.uk/Match%20Reports/210715%20Strike%20Force%20vs%20FTFC.html

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Jamie Maxted in action in Faversham’s 3-1 victory over Lydd Town during pre-season. More pictures are available from http://www.favershamtownfc.co.uk/Match%20Reports/180715%20Lydd%20Town%20vs%20FTFC.html

Charley Robertson speaks about his time at the club

As some fans may already be aware, Charley Robertson will not be re-joining the club for the 2016/17 season as he will be relocating to the North West this summer.

Robertson first joined the club in November 2014 on a one-month loan, starting seven games and scoring three goals in that month.

He then returned to the club for the remainder of the 2014/15 season in January 2015.

The midfielder was again back with the Lilywhites as he joined on a long-term loan at the start of the 2015/16 season.

He ended the 2015/16 campaign with an impressive 12 goals from midfield, including a hat-trick against Whitstable Town and the last-minute Play-off Semi-Final winner against Dorking Wanderers.

Robertson, 20, said: “I can’t speak highly enough about Ray, Clive and all the lads.

“My time this year has helped me off and on the pitch a lot.

“The club has a great future.”

Thank you everything Charley, good luck and hopefully we will see you again soon.

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Charley Robertson celebrates scoring against Whitstable Town. The midfielder will not be re-joining the Lilywhites for the start of the 2016/17 season.

Margate friendly announced

Faversham Town have arranged to play Vanarama National League South outfit Margate on Tuesday 19th July.

The sides last met in the Robert Dyas League Cup in November 2014 as Gate claimed a 3-1 win.

Here is the original list of first-team friendlies, ahead of the 2016/17 season

Tuesday 12th July – Ashford United (Away).

Saturday 16th July – Tunbridge Wells (Away).

Tuesday 19th July – Margate (Away).

Saturday 23rd July – Whitstable Town (Away).

Saturday 30th July – Folkestone Invicta (Away).

Saturday 6th August – Leatherhead (Away).

This may be subject to change and new friendlies being announced.

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Margate won 3-1 when the two sides last met in November 2014.

Under-21 top goalscorer – 2015/16 season

Top scorers 2015/16:

# Player Goals
1. Jack Sellens 17
2. Daniel King

Joe Lester

10
3. Bradley Webb

Mobolaji Dawodu

5
4. Aaronjit Ghag 3
5. Kieron Campbell
Liam King
Olinto Santo (now left the club)
2
6. Ashley Brown
Daniel Carrington
Freeman Rogers (now left the club)
Liam Mayell
Luke Germano
Renford Tenyue
Ryan Cheek
Taylor Sanzari
Tyrell Mitford
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Congratulations to under-21 top goalscorer for the 2015/16 season Jack Sellens, with 17 competitive goals.

First-team top goalscorer – 2015/16 season

First-team top goalscorer – 2015/16 season
Position Player Goals
1. Dean Grant 14
2. Stuart King 13
3. Charley Robertson 12
4. Liam King

Renford Tenyue

Wayne Wilson

8
5. Josh Stanford 7
6. George Monger 6
7. Luke Harvey

Matt Bourne

5
8. Jamie Maxted

John Scarborough

2
9. Dan Carrington

Kieron Campbell

Ryan Cooper

William Godmon

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Congratulations to top goalscorer Dean Grant.

Original friendly dates announced

Here is the original list of first-team friendlies, ahead of the 2016/17 season

Tuesday 12th July – Ashford United (Away).

Saturday 16th July – Tunbridge Wells (Away).

Saturday 23rd July – Whitstable Town (Away).

Saturday 30th July – Folkestone Invicta (Away).

Saturday 6th August – Leatherhead (Away).

This may be subject to change and new friendlies being announced.

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Faversham Town have arranged an away friendly at Ashford United, ahead of the 2016/17 season.

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