October 25 2014 Latest news:
Wisbech Town will be looking to banish some demons when they host Thurnby Nirvana in the United Counties League on Saturday.
Wisbech picked up their sixth win in a row on Saturday.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says goalkeeper Lea Jordan’s return to the club should show his team mates that the grass isn’t always greener elsewhere.
Wisbech Town goalkeeper Lea Jordan says he hopes things can go back to the way they were before his ill-fated switch to Bedford Town.
Wisbech Town Ladies wrapped up a fantastic weekend with a stunning 3-2 win over Maidstone in the England Hockey Trophy yesterday.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey says his side’s extended break from league action probably came at the wrong time in their bid to move up the table.
The game of the day was undoubtedly at River Lane where Division One champions Chilvers welcomed their potential successors, England’s Hope.
Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey had planned to put his feet up for a few days after his players fulfilled his request for nine points in three games in style with a 6-1 thumping of Desborough Town on Saturday.
The last remaining Thurlow Nunn League team in this year’s FA Cup are not heading to Barwell for a nice day out.
Wisbech Town will be going for their third league win on the bounce when they host Desborough Town tomorrow.
After two games just Burt, Chilvers and England’s Hope have a 100pc record in Division One.
Nothing less than nine points will do from Wisbech Town’s next three games, manager Dick Creasey has told his players.
Reports from our sides’ games in the FA Cup at the weekend.
Matt Blake got the only goal to secure Norwich United’s passage into the second qualifying round of the FA Cup against Wisbech Town.
Red-hot Norwich United will hope to extend their 100pc start at Plantation Park when they host Wisbech Town.
Big weekends for three teams, across two sports, are the main focus of the latest West Norfolk Sports Podcast.
Wisbech Town’s FA Cup adventure continues on Saturday at Norwich United … with big money at stake for the winner.
Gary Setchell expects Dan Quigley and Jordan Yong to remain integral figures at King’s Lynn Town for years to come.
Wisbech Town lost 2-1 at Huntingdon Town in the United Counties League on Saturday.
Friends Mark Scott and Brady Stone will become rivals as the FA Vase’s road to Wembley begins.
Wisbech Town’s trip to Huntingdon Town on Saturday will be their toughest test so far this season, manager Dick Creasey says.
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.