Ladies frustrated by Wolves

Fylde Ladies were held to a goalless draw in the Women’s Premier League by basement club Wolverhampton Women at the weekend. Despite failing to make a breakthrough, the point lifted Fylde to sixth in the table with up to six games in hand on the teams above. Wolves were the first to threaten inside ten […]

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GOAL OF THE SEASON!

It’s that time again … GOAL OF THE SEASON voting is now open! There have been some thunderbolts, sublime strikes and terrific team goals this season, but we need your help picking the best of the bunch! The decision is set to prove tougher than ever with over 90 goals to pick from, but we […]

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Celebrations for FA Vase anniversary!

This year marks a decade since a momentous occasion in our club’s history and we want you to join the celebrations! Ten years ago, Kirkham & Wesham famously lifted the FA Vase at Wembley with a dramatic 2-1 victory over Lowestoft Town and we are hosting a special commemorative dinner to honour the achievement. On […]

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Challinor wants six points

AFC Fylde boss Dave Challinor admits they were beaten by the better side as his promotion-chasers went down 1-0 at Maidstone United. The result saw the Coasters drop to fifth in the National League table with two games to go, however they still occupy a play-off position and sit four points above eighth-placed Dover Athletic. […]

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REPORT | Maidstone 1-0 AFC Fylde

AFC Fylde remain in the National League play-off places despite a disappointing 1-0 defeat at struggling Maidstone United. Stones midfielder Blair Turgott capitalised on Simon Grand’s first-half mistake to score the only goal of the game. The Coasters drop to fifth in the league standings ahead of next weekend’s penultimate game against Solihull Moors. Manager […]

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Challinor remains grounded

AFC Fylde boss Dave Challinor is keeping his feet firmly on the ground as the Coasters close in on a play-off place. Four consecutive victories have seen Fylde rise up to fourth in the National League, just one point behind third-placed Sutton United. A second or third place finish would prove advantageous to any promotion […]

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