March 8 2014 Latest news:
Wisbech Town are gearing up for their first FA Vase quarter final appearance for 24 years.
Ten-man Wisbech Town produced an impressive performance to beat Northampton Sileby Rangers 4-1 in the United Counties League at the Elgood’s Fenland Stadium on Saturday.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey is so concerned about his side’s lack of games he has asked the club to arrange an extra match ahead of their FA Vase quarter final on March 8.
The Eastern Daily Press’ Chuckle Brothers take their Gav and Burty show on the road to the Elgood’s Fenland Stadium.
Wisbech Town have been drawn away yet again in the FA Vase.
Striker Tom James netted the winner on his last game for the club to help Wisbech storm into the FA Vase quarter-finals.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey says he is under no illusions about the size of the challenge that awaits his side when they travel to Hadleigh United in the FA Vase 5th round on Saturday.
Tony Battersby’s goal helped Wisbech Town earn a hard-fought point against high flying Spalding United on Saturday.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey says his side can cause an upset when they host runaway leaders Spalding United on Saturday.
Stuart Cobb has returned to Wisbech Town after two and a half years at St Ives Town.
Joint boss Paul Cousins praised the travelling Fenmen army for their support after they inspired Wisbech Town to a stunning 2-1 FA Vase win at Ashington on Saturday.
Wisbech Town’s reward for upsetting much fancied Ashington on Saturday is another away draw.
Wisbech Town have made it through to the FA Vase 5th round for the first time since 1997.
Dick Creasey says he has returned to the Wisbech Town dugout to win silverware.
Dick Creasey’s return to management ended in a disappointing 3-0 loss in the United Counties League on Saturday.
Scott Johnson says he is proud of his time as Wisbech Town joint boss but feels stepping down is in the best interests of the club.
Scott Johnson has stepped down as joint-manager of Wisbech Town Football Club.
Joint boss Paul Cousins says he wants his Wisbech Town players to banish the memories of their last game when they travel to Desborough Town on Saturday.
Wisbech Town’s six game winning streak came to a dramatic halt with a crushing 5-1 loss at Long Buckby on Saturday.
Both Norwich United and Wisbech Town have been drawn away from home in the fourth round of the FA Vase.
Wisbech Town progressed to the last 32 of the FA Carlsberg Vase with a hard-fought win over re-instated Walsall Wood.
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.