Football Frolics 2017

January 14th, 2017


We are pleased to announce the date for our 25th Annual Football Frolics. Saturday 24th June 2017 at the King George Playing Fields, Wickwar. A football tournament like no other, create a team with your friends and compete in a fun and friendly atmosphere. More information can be found here.

Hambrook Reds 1 – 4 Wickwar U18

November 15th, 2016

Match Reports

After a strong start, Wickwar continued to dominate, with Zach Drew and Dave Holt pulling the strings in central midfield, but the breakthrough came after 25 minutes, with Zac Mokatren being sent through on goal by Ellis Cox and finishing tidily. Within minutes Mokatren had bagged a second, latching on … continue reading

Upton St Leonards 1 – 0 Wickwar

November 12th, 2016

Match Reports

Date: 12th November 2016 The boys can be very proud of their performance against a side currently sitting top of the league, who have only conceded one goal in seven matches. As the result would suggest, the game was very even and ultimately it could have gone either way. Team: … continue reading

McAdam 5 -2 Wickwar (County Cup)

November 5th, 2016

Match Reports

Date: 5th November 2016 A close game, and whilst the home team fully deserved the win the score line was not a true reflection of the game. Against a side in the league above, we missed a penalty and hit the woodwork twice in addition to a number of other … continue reading

Wickwar 4 – 0 Kingsway Rovers

October 30th, 2016

Match Reports

Date: 30th October 2016 (Charity Cup) A very impressive victory against a team who didn’t lose a league game all of last season. The attacking threat throughout the game was clinical, and the defending team really struggled with the pace and movement of our front three. We created multiple chances … continue reading

Wickwar 12 – 0 Longford Reserves

October 18th, 2016

Match Reports

Date: 15th October 2016 Wickwar played excellent football throughout, and scored some terrific goals. Credit must be given to Longford for showing a great attitude throughout the match, and for the way in which they tried to play “proper football” for the duration of the 90 minutes. Team: Lee Bindon, … continue reading