New Under-21s manager predicts bright future

A new Under-21s management team has been unveiled as the club looks to boost the squad’s role in nurturing talent for the first-team.

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Chris Greenfield will replace Guy Williams as the Under-21 manager, with Paul Gates as his assistant and ex-pro footballer Paul Murray as coach

Pre-season friendlies announced

A match against Gillingham’s first-team will mark the start of five pre-season friendlies to prepare the Lilywhites for the 2017/18 Ryman campaign.

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Gillingham will play Faversham Town in a pre-season friendly next campaign in the first of five pre-season games for the Lilywhites

Ryman League, Division One South line-up confirmed for the 2017/18 season

The line-ups for the Ryman League, Division One South has been confirmed for the 2017/18 season.

Ashford United and Haywards Heath Town have been promoted to the leagues, while Phoenix Sports, VCD Athletic and Thamesmead Town have been transferred across from the Ryman North.

Former Town men David Botterill and Adrian Stone both ended last term with Nuts and Bolts.

David Botterill ended last season with Ashford, who will join the Lilywhites in the Ryman South next season

Festival marks a milestone in club’s future

Chairman Ray Leader has hailed the club’s bright future as hundreds of children played in the stadium to mark the opening of the new changing rooms.

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Ray Leader: “This brings a new chapter in the history of Faversham Town FC, helping it to provide excellent facilities for the local community, which will serve future generations of young sports people over the next 60 years”

Helen Whately offers helping hand as Lilywhites embark on a new journey in the club’s history

Helen Whately, prospective parliamentary candidate for Faversham and Mid Kent, officially unveiled Faversham Town FC’s new changing pavilion at the Shepherd Neame Stadium last Sunday.

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Helen Whately, prospective parliamentary candidate for Faversham and Mid Kent, officially unveiled Faversham Town FC’s new changing pavilion at the Shepherd Neame Stadium

First-team photo archive – 2016/17 season

Faversham celebrate a goal against Cray Wanderers in their final game of the 2016/17 season [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Will Godmon makes a penalty save against Cray Wanderers in Faversham Town’s final game of the 2016/17 season with the match finishing 2-2 [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Town team picture ahead of the 2-2 draw against Cray Wanderers in Faversham’s final game of the 2016/17 season [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

George Monger in action against Whyteleafe

Kyron Lightfoot in action for Faversham Town

Sam Bewick, left, playing at home against South Park

Will Godmon clears the ball against Whyteleafe [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Sam Bewick puts in a tackle [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Liam King and Josh Stanford [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Jamie Maxted on the ball [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Carl Rook, Matt Bourne and Jamie Maxted against Three Bridges in January 2017

Faversham celebrate the win against Godalming Town in January 2017 [picture by Brogue Stevens]

Luke Harvey in action against Godalming Town [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Ryan Cooper and Will Godmon line-up against Carshalton

Faversham captain Ryan Cooper

Midfielder George Monger passes against Hastings [Picture by Scott White]

Josh Stanford against Corinthian-Casuals in October 2016

Ray Turner and Clive Walker busy at work at Corinthian-Casuals

Renford Tenyue in action against Egham Town in the FA Cup Replay [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Thomas Holmes in action against Hythe Town in September 2016 [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Town applaud supporters after the full-time whistle [Picture by Brogue Stevens]

Faversham celebrate a Josh Stanford goal

The halfway line shouty men