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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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...

Excellent Attendance at Warminster Town FC

Non-league football brings enjoyment to millions of people in the UK. It's good to watch players taking part for the love of the game rather than the biggest wage they can get. Whilst there are so many people involved in non-league football it's always good to see more supporters coming along t...

A Shock Opening at Radstock

Despite heavy rain on the lead up to match day, which caused some postponements in the league, Radstock Town's pitch was in good shape. Buoyed up by the previous performance Warminster Town should have been ready to get three points on their away trip. The home side having only 10 points to their...

Back to Winning Ways

Warminster Town travelled to the picturesque and rural setting of Sherborne Town F.C. On a dark and dismal afternoon it was good to watch a performance from Warminster that brightened up the day. A very entertaining game saw the visitors come away with all 3 points with the final score, Sherborne...

Warminster Town F.C Podcast w/c 19/11/18

Here is the latest podcast. Listen in now and do feel free to leave a comment.

Warminster Town v Corsham Town 17.11.18

It was a chilly but sunny autumn afternoon when the game got underway in front of a home crowd of 107, the highest attendance in the division for this Saturday. The home side had three new players in the squad, welcoming Jordan de Silva, Martin Johnson and Connor McKay who started as a substitut...