Yeovil Town


Yeovil Town Ladies will host Manchester City Women on the opening day of the 2017/18 FA Women’s Super League season. Jamie Sherwood’s side welcome the 2016 title winners to Huish Park on Sunday, September 24th (2pm kick-off), where they will play all of their home matches. It is the first time the female Glovers will …

THIS time next week Yeovil Town will have experienced life at both ends of the League Two spectrum. Yesterday saw them travelling to Luton Town, a club managed by ex-Glover Nathan Jones and seemingly willing to spend whatever it takes to justify promotion up the ladder. On Tuesday Yeovil again rub shoulders with affluence, travelling …

Yeovil Town Football Club is pleased to announce James Bailey as captain for the 2017/18 season. The 28-year-old has wore the armband throughout pre-season and been handed the responsibility for the forthcoming campaign which begins on Saturday at Luton Town. A summer signing from Carlisle United, Bailey arrived in Somerset having featured in all three …

YEOVIL Town comfortably swept aside Southern League Premier Division Tiverton Town in a rain drenched afternoon at Ladysmead writes Peter Hodges. Darren Way’s side were in control from the start and despite a 10 minute spell either side of half time which allowed Tivvy to draw level, Yeovil’s defence was barely threatened as the Glovers …

YEOVIL Town are poised to emerge from the Dark Ages. While always-bouyant boss Darren Way predicts a top-half finish as the Glovers embark on a third season in Sky Bet Two, his directors have loosened the purse strings without going over the top. In a busy summer they have paid two transfers fees to bring …

Yeovil Town Ladies FC can confirm that eighteen year old forward player Paige Sawyer, has joined the green and whites, from local side Bristol City Women. Sawyer, despite being a Bristol player for many years, has not featured in nearly as many FA WSL matches, as her ability deserves, and following her release from the …

YEOVIL Town are delighted to have secured the services of former Derby County midfielder James Bailey who can also play right-back, has signed a two-year deal at Huish Park. Bailey came through Crewe Alexandra’s prestigious Academy and made 55 first-team appearances before transferring to the Rams in 2010. He spent four years at Pride Park and following …