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.

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Portishead Town 3 Warminster Town 2

The BBC weather forecast was spot on when they forecast that heavy rain would fall on Portishead around 3 pm and last for an hour or so. Right on cue, the rain started and the wind picked up speed driving the rain almost sideways! This was a game of two halves with Portishead scoring 3 times in t...

Warminster Town 2 Bishops Lydeard 0

It was touch and go due to the heavy rain if this game would go ahead. With less than an hour to kickoff, the referee monitored the situation and eventually agreed that the heaviest of the rain had passed and the game could start. Bishops Lydeard playing in their light blue away kit started the ...

Warminster Town F.C. Official Website

I have recently been asked to help with the Warminster Town F.C. official website. During the past few days I have been redesigning the website and adding more content. It is going to be a long process building the website to the level that I would like and one that will be of great benefit to th...

Chard Town 3 Warminster Town 3

Warminster Town travelled to Chard for the first game of 2019, after an excellent festive period which saw Warminster collect seven points from a possible nine. Chard Town were a comfortable third in the league table so this would be a stern test for the visitors.The first thirty minutes were fai...

First Draw of the Season

For the final game of 2018, Warminster Town made the relatively short trip to Welton Rovers, Midsomer Norton. The home side started the day in 7th place on 32 points with the visitors in 12th on 27 points. It was a chilly and cloudy afternoon, and it was good to see a good number of away supporte...

A Great Comeback

No longer do Warminster Town play Westbury United as their regular Boxing Day local derby. United are now in the Premier Division of the Toolstation Western League, and so Warminster were pleased to welcome Wells City as their opponents. The game was enjoyed in front of the highest crowd of the s...

A Hard Fought Victory for Warminster Town

Following several days of rain, it was thanks to the hard work of volunteers that play was possible at Weymouth Street. The visitors started the day 6 points ahead, so a win today for either side was important for their league standing. The game was a hard fought contest, and Warminster Town cam...

A Great Effort but No Points

With the rain pouring down and strong winds conditions were not ideal for football at Ashton & Backwell United Utd. However, there was some excellent football on display, especially from Warminster Town. Ashton & Backwell Utd trace their history back to 1911 when they were Backwell Utd. In 2010 ...

Warminster Town v Oldland Abbotonians

Warminster Town F.C. hosted Oldland Abbotonians a club with a history going back to 1910 when then they were St. Annes (Oldland). In 1998 Oldland merged with Longwell Green Abbotonians and the current name was created. Starting the day 3 points ahead of the visitors Warminster were looking to cre...

December Fixtures for Warminster Town F.C.

December is going to be very busy which including the December 1st game at Radstock sees a total of 7 games to play. Do make sure that you can come along to support 'The Town' and enjoy some good non-league football in the very competitive Division One of The Toolstation Western League.DayDateHo...