July 5, 2020

Lymington Town FC

Football at its best.

Update on COVID-19

Some Premier League players return to training.

What does it mean for Junior and Senior Leagues starting in September?

BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/football/52731232

Message from Vice Chair & Sprites Chair

FA Season 2019/20 – Press Releases



Thank you to all our players, supporters, Officials and Committe for their continued support and efforts on the pitch and in the Clubs organisation.

Big thanks to All Coaches from First Team to our U7s.

There will undoubtedly be challenging times ahead for us as a Club and in our community post COVID-19, so football is even more important and vital to Lymington. With over 300 players a season getting to pull on the Club colours we ‘go again’ to launch into a new season with even greater desire to enjoy life and football.

COVID-19 has shown the power of the great British people to unite and stand-up and be counted.

When we get past the biggest peacetime challenge of Covid-19 I am hopeful that the groundswell of community spirit will create an even stronger civic culture and lead to community clubs like ours benefiting from new volunteers to drive the Club forward. If you love football or our community and want to help in any capacity please register your interest with us via email: play@lymingtownfc.co.uk We are very keen to hear from anyone interested in being nominated at the AGM in June/July as the new Club Treasurer for 2020/2021 Season.

The Club Development Plan #LTFC 2030 will be completed and ratified by 1st July 2020 and anyone wishing to contribute should contact us.

Our vision remains to provide football at all levels with a pathway for our youth players to progress through to the First Team or Reserves or through our Girls only teams from 2020 into Women’s league teams by 2023/2024 or start of 2024/25 Season. 

Ian Loveless – Up the Lymo! Up the Sprites

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