Communities of all races, cultures and religious beliefs will come together for a fortnight in October to back the unifying message of ’One Game, One Community’. Organised by Kick It Out, football’s anti-racism campaign, the One Game, One Community Weeks Of Action is one of the most prominent equality and community engagement initiatives in the [...]
Two Club Website competition winners fulfilled every schoolboy’s dream last night when they got the chance to show their skills on the hallowed turf at Wembley. Alasdair McEwen and Rhys Thomas of Cowling FC won places in a soccer skills session with Alan Shearer before the big game at Soccer Aid 2008.
Following their disappointing 1-1 draw with Royston last Saturday, Wembley FC lost their Extra Preliminary Round replay this week to exit the competition at the first hurdle.
Despite starting the ties as favourites, the Combined Counties Premier Division side lost the replay 4-0 at Royston’s Garden Walk ground.
The FA Cup was on display at Wembley FC this weekend, but the famous old trophy wasn’t the only surprise guest at their FA Cup tie with Royston FC. FA Chief Executive Brian Barwick was an interested spectator at the match, one of 203 fixtures that took place in the Extra Preliminary Round last weekend.
In the shadows of the Wembley arch, Club Website’s Wembley FC drew 1-1 with Royston in the FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round on Saturday.
In a tight and often scrappy game, the home side came back from a goal down at half time to secure a replay at Royston’s Garden Walk ground tomorrow (Tuesday) evening.