September 2 2014 Latest news:
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey got the response he demanded as the Fenmen squeezed Kirkley & Pakefield out of the FA Cup.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey wants his players to show their worth against old Thurlow Nunn League rivals Kirkley & Pakefield.
League leaders Ipswich Wanderers brought an end to Thetford Town’s winning start to the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division season.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says his side’s 4-1 loss at Thurnby Nirvana in the United Counties League on Saturday was “the worst Wisbech performance I have seen in a long time”.
Striker Ben Boyce’s early-season form is showing just why he was given a second chance at Fakenham Town, says manager Wayne Anderson.
Wisbech Town progressed in the FA Cup with an impressive 3-1 win at Sleaford Town on Saturday.
Six of our area’s sides kept their FA Cup dreams alive while three fell at the first hurdle of the extra-preliminary round.
Diss Town will be looking to end their winless start to the season this afternoon when they welcome in-form Holbeach United in the FA Cup extra preliminary round.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says Saturday’s FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round clash at Sleaford Town is going to be particularly difficult because of the situation involving their manager.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey expects three points when they host Harborough Town in their United Counties League opener on Saturday.
Wisbech Town wrapped up their pre-season with a 5-1 loss against Spalding United at the Elgood’s Fenland Stadium on Saturday.
Winger George Stewart will be keen to shine for King’s Lynn Town in their latest friendly at Dereham Town this evening.
The bosses of Wisbech and King’s Lynn Town erupted with fury after both sides had men sent-off during a friendly match.
Midfielder George Thomson’s dream of landing a full-time deal with Chester appear to be over.
A challenge match will be held in memory of a popular late Wisbech Town supporter on Saturday.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says the loss of three key players means he is once again on the lookout for new players.
Wisbech Town carried on their pre-season schedule with a 4-0 win over Colney Heath at the Elgood’s Fenland Stadium on Saturday.
It was a good weekend for Gary Setchell as the Linnets breezed to a friendly victory and re-signed Steve Spriggs.
Colney Heath showed no signs of rust as they started their pre-season schedule with rout of Wormley Rovers.
ESTABLISHED when local clubs merged in 1920, Wisbech Town FC began playing at a series of grounds around the town, eventually settling at a former orchard in Walsoken.
Given the name Fenland Park, this would become the home of Wisbech football for the next 61 years. The club netted their record attendance here, when more than 8,000 people flocked into the ground in 1957 to watch them take on local rivals Peterborough United.
In 2008 the club left Fenland Park and began playing at Outwell Swift's Nest ground after installing floodlights and terracing. But this was only temporary and the Fenmen moved into their brand new home, the Tom Wood’s Beer Fenland Stadium, in August - beating St Andrews 5-0 in an FA Cup preliminary round. Tommy Treacher had the honour of scoring the first goal at the ground.
In 2011, the club renamed their stadium to Elgood's Fenland Stadium. They also won their first trophy for 16 years in May, when they beat Wroxham 1-0 to win the Ridgeons League Challenge Cup.
The club are one of the best supported teams in the Ridgeons Premier League.