Town Youth’s MFYL Premier Division South fixture at Hereford tonight has been called off as the pitch is waterlogged.
With Town still progressing in two cups Thomas Baillie’s side face a hectic December.
The last month of the year includes nine matches beginning on Saturday with a visit to Halesowen Town and concluding on Saturday December 29th with a home game against Stourbridge, while in between there are another five League fixtures plus the League Cup third round tie at Didcot and the challenging Buildbase F A Trophy trip to AFC Fylde.
The full schedule for December is available under the First Team Fixtures and Results Section.
Tonight’s match at Alvechurch has been called off because the Lye Meadow pitch is waterlogged.
A new date will be announced when known.
We are delighted to announce that Stratford Town Supporters Association are running a Christmas raffle with all proceeds going to our projects fund. First prize is a 5lb Fillet of beef and second prize 10/12lbs of strip loin, both kindly donated by Pete Stephens. There are many other prizes up for grabs and tickets are available from committee members or via the shop at home games, at a cost of just £1 a ticket. If any members would like to sell tickets on our behalf please let us know and we will get them to you.
In the draw for the first round of the Buildbase F A Trophy made earlier this afternoon Town have been handed a challenging trip to AFC Fylde who currently occupy sixth spot in the National League.
The tie is scheduled for Saturday December 15th with a 3pm kick off.
The winner of the November lottery draw £100 prize was Jackie Charles. Congratulations Jackie. A full list of monthly lottery winners and details of how to join can be found at https://stratfordtownisa.com/stisa-lottery/
The fabulous new replica kits are on their way and will be in the club shop for the home fixture against Barwell on 8th December. Manufactured by the Italian sports and leisurewear company Legea the shirts are sure to make a fantastic Christmas present for all followers of the mighty Town. Prices to follow soon.
The Supporters association are delighted to announce that part of the money we have built up will be spent on a new tannoy system. In recent months supporters who enjoy matches from the far side of the ground have mentioned that they don’t feel fully part of the matchday experience. We thought we ought to do something about this so that supporters in all parts of the ground can benefit from the wit and wisdom of Mr Kevin Hand.
The system is on its way to us but we will need a bit of help to install it once it arrives, so please keep clicking here for updates as we would be grateful for your assistance.
Pictures kindly provided by Steve Wood
Photo’s kindly provided by Steve Wood