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 Post subject: AFC Fylde vs FC United Saturday 7th January 2017
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:25 pm 
On Saturday 7th January 2017, FC United travel to AFC Fylde’s new ground at Mill Farm in the National League North. Tickets are now on sale to buy from Fylde.

Saturday 7th January 2017 kick-off 3pm
Vanarama National League North
AFC Fylde v FC United of Manchester
Mill Farm, Coronation Way,
Wesham, Preston, PR4 3JZ

PLEASE NOTE: Fylde do not operate cash turnstiles on a match day, but tickets can be purchased from their ticket office on the day of the game.

To help avoid queues at the ticket office, FC United supporters wishing to attend the match are advised to purchase tickets in advance directly from AFC Fylde.

Tickets can be printed at home, collected at the ground or sent via post.

Print Your Ticket At Home
Your Print at Home ticket will be attached to your email confirmation as a PDF. You can either print this off and bring it with you, or scan it from your phone.

Collection from the AFC Fylde Ticket Office
Tickets can be collected from Fylde prior to the date of the match or on the day of the match.


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 Post subject: Re: AFC Fylde vs FC United Saturday 7th January 2017
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 11:44 pm 

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Thanks for the info Nick but I shan't be needing it. Greedy so and so's.


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 Post subject: Re: AFC Fylde vs FC United Saturday 7th January 2017
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:14 pm 
HI FCUM & Neil

Looking forward to welcoming FCUM to our ground this Saturday. We have sold over 2000 tickets already and are looking forward to your noisy fans visiting us.
Our away end has room for about 800 fans and using the cashless system does make things easier. Alcohol and food can be bought in the away end, seats are also available
Bradleys Bar has live football and over 20 televisions in. Local Ale and food is also served. This is usually full by 1.30 and away fans are allowed in before and after the match.
Local pubs nearby the train station are The Stanley Arms and a bit further up The Lane Ends. The Stanley arms is right from the Train station and first left, Fylde fans will look after you.
They also sell local food in The Stanley, Lane ends is a bit closer to the ground.

Enjoy the game we look forward to welcoming you to Mill Farm, you should notice a difference compared to our old ground. The land is having 4 astro pitches being laid at the moment and our Hockey team who look like they will play in The National League next season are due to start playing there next season, they are currently Preston Ladies but will relocate and be called Fylde Ladies. The other developments are on our land and are being built, this is our Chairman's land and this means we are now self sustainable for our future.

Player wise we have our midfielder Sam Finley (yes the one who kicked a bottle into your crowd) injured and our former Man City youngster and probably best player James Hardy who is injured, he will be playing at a much higher level than us at the end of the season.
Rowey hasnt scored in 2 games and I am sure you know he is a former Man Utd trainee and also a Man Utd fan. Apologies now if he hurts you again.

Love coming to your ground, I love the cheap beer and the ground, I think its great.

Enjoy the game

Craig Wilson
Fylde Independent Supporters Club Chairman (FISC)
twitter @fisc2022
e-mail craigwilson.fisc@gmail.com


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 Post subject: Re: AFC Fylde vs FC United Saturday 7th January 2017
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 12:37 pm 
Stats thanks to Paul Hinson

AFC Fylde won 1 of their first 4 home League fixtures but since then have won the next 7 before their first loss at
Mill Farm to Chorley on Boxing Day.
National League leading scorer Danny Rowe has already scored 4 hat tricks in 2016-17 including 4 goals at Alfreton Town,
3 at Bradford PA, 3 at home to Curzon Ashton and 4 at home to Boston United. Rowe has scored 35 goals in League & Cup.
Harry Winter scored for FCUM against AFC Fylde in the last two meetings, and played on the winning side in the first ever meeting between the clubs in October 2012 which the Coasters won 4-2.


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