Warminster Town FC - A Supporters Blog

Roland Millward

This is an unofficial blog about Warminster Town Football Club who play at Weymouth Street, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 9NS. Warminster Town FC founded in 1878. Read match reports and other updates about the club.

It's Just a Bag of Wind

Without a ball, there would not be the beautiful game of football. No one knows when the ball was invented but we all know how common it has become, whether for football, golf, tennis, cricket, hockey, basketball and a whole host of other sports. From an early age, a child finds a ball a natura...

Non-League Day

Every year a special day is set aside to invite people to come along and watch non-league football. This year it falls on Saturday, October 13th. Non-League Day was set up by James Doe in 2010 as a social media experiment, after being inspired by a pre-season trip to Devon to watch Queens Par...

Podcast: Lots to Talk About

Here is the latest podcast with lots to talk about in this episode!

Warminster Town 0 Ashton & Backwell 1

It had been heavy rain all morning but as the match progressed the rain stopped although it left a very cold wind blowing across the ground at Weymouth Street. The day started with the home side one point behind the visitors so a win for Warminster would have been good. The victory though went to...

Welcoming Ashton & Backwell

On Saturday, October 6th we welcome Ashton & Backwell to Weymouth Street. The club is based at Backwell, Somerset which is a few miles south of Nailsea and plays at the Lancer Scott Stadium, formerly the Backwell Recreation Ground. The club was founded in 1911. In the 2005-06 season, they rea...

Warminster Town F.C. Live Online

It's good to be at as many matches that we can to support Warminster Town. However, not everyone is local to Warminster or can attend all the games or travel to away matches. With this in mind, I would like to try to broadcast our games live online. How will you be able to watch? I have decided t...

Defensive Errors Cost the Game

Lying in 9th place and with 12 points Warminster Town travelled to Wincanton Town who were lying in 17th place with 4 points at the start of the day. On paper and with some good past performances many might assume an away victory. It’s always wise though not to assume. The home side after a goall...

The Next 2 Games

On Saturday, September 29th we travel to Wincanton Town and look forward to getting back to winning ways. Our first home game for a long while is on Saturday, October 6th when we welcome Ashton & Backwell.

Bishop Sutton Win on Penalties!

It was a very wet and windy Saturday afternoon as Warminster Town played Bishop Sutton at Lakeview. The match was delayed by a few minutes as the touchlines had to be repainted, which by the end of the game had almost disappeared again. It’s unclear how the officials could make decisions especial...

Toolstation Western League App

The Toolstation Western League App is free to download to your phone or tablet. Listen to this podcast to learn more about it and how you can benefit from it.