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Basingstoke Town 0-0 Concord Rangers
Basingstoke Town 0-0 Concord Rangers Basingstoke drop out of the play-offs after a frustrating afternoon, being held to a goalless draw by 10 man Concord who defended with commitment and discipline. The home side should have gone ahead in just the 2nd minute when Manny Williams avoided the offside trap to be in behind the
Bath City Photos
Photographs courtesy of Les and Jill Chase from Les Chase Photography
Rice wants ‘Stoke to “Keep Pushing”
From Ken Gaunt Robbie Rice is looking to “keep pushing” in the hope Basingstoke will be celebrating at the end of the season. The popular defender, who arrived at the club in 2009, could keep his place in the team against Chelmsford after returning in midweek when Bath City were beaten. He said: “To be
Coaching Staff Required
We are now recruiting staff for our expanding youth set up. Some positions will be required to be filled immediately with other positions due to start in July. For further information or applications please send your CV and covering letter to adam.clark@basingstoketown.net. Coaching Assistants 3 x FA Level 1 coaches required to assist with our
Basingstoke Town FC Academy Trial Dates
Vanarama Conference Promotion Final ‘Early Bird – £10 for Adults/ £5 for children under 16 years
The Vanarama Conference is to break new ground this season in the marketing of their showcase event known officially as the ‘Vanarama Conference Promotion Final’, to be staged at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Sunday 17th May at 2pm.  As part of a combined new style approach, the Football Conference has teamed up with Vanarama their
BTFC Community Coach Selected by FA to Attend National Soccer Coaches Association of America Convention
Adam Clark has been rewarded for putting in the hours and hard yards as Basingstoke’s dynamic community coach with a trip to the USA. And this week he has been rubbing shoulders with the good and the great in Philadelphia at the spectacular event that is the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Convention .
Rice wants ‘Stoke to “Keep Pushing”
From Ken Gaunt Robbie Rice is looking to “keep pushing” in the hope Basingstoke will be celebrating at the end of the season. The popular defender, who arrived at the club in 2009, could keep his place in the team against Chelmsford after returning in midweek when Bath City were beaten. He said: “To be
Top Scorers
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1.Bromley3062
2.Boreham Wood3258
3.Basingstoke Town3156
4.Whitehawk3256
5.Gosport Borough3154

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