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Ticketing success

The club are delighted to announce that close on 1,000 tickets have already been sold in advance of tomorrow’s National League North home fixture against Nuneaton Town.

Advanced tickets are still available on our ticketing website and will also be on sale from the ticket office at Mill Farm on the day.

Chief Executive Neil Joy said: “This shows the incredible support and enthusiasm our fans have for the club and we are very grateful for that. I am very much looking forward to attending my first match at Mill Farm and sampling the fantastic matchday experience for myself.”

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Building work

Whilst the work at Mill Farm stadium is nearing completion following the opening of our exclusive Mediterranean restaurant Milano’s, work is still full steam ahead elsewhere on the sight.

The levelling of the area for the 3G pitches is almost complete ready for a winter opening, whilst construction is well underway at the Euro Garages petrol station (see above), also due to open this year along with the KFC drive-thru.

Inside the stadium, work has begun on the ground floor offices, to the right of the main entrance, which will house the AFC Fylde backroom team and classrooms for the Community Foundation.   


Dates for your Diary

Three of our teams are in cup action over the coming weeks, starting with the ladies side, who take on their Blackpool counterparts on Sunday at Kellamergh Park (k/o 3pm)

A convincing 4-1 victory over Barrow has seen our Academy youngsters rewarded with a trip to FC Halifax Town in the Third Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup to be played on Wednesday 19th October (k/o 7:45pm).

Finally, Dave Challinor’s first team kick-off their Lancashire FA Trophy campaign against AFC Darwen at Mill Farm on Tuesday 8th November (k/o 7:45pm).


Youngsters called up

Five AFC Fylde youngsters have been called up to the Lancashire FA Under 18 Representative Squad.

The rising stars will represent their county in a rival match against the Cheshire FA this Saturday (k/o 2pm) at The County Ground, Leyland.

Carnan Dawson, Jack Foster, Daniel Gray, Kyle Preece and Tom Billington, four of whom featured in the squad for last week’s FA Youth Cup victory over Barrow, have been awarded with a place in the side.