S3 Ep11. We are delighted in this episode to have 2 special guests. Owen Bartley will be telling us about the campaign to raise funds for the Warminster and District Foodbank. Our club secretary Dave Parry updates our listeners on his role and what’s happening behind the scenes at Warminster Town Football Club.
S3 Ep10 - This week's podcast looks back on how Warminster Town got on at league leaders Welton Rovers, and what happened when Warminster Town Ladies travelled to Melksham Town Ladies.
Listen out for the thoughts of Tim Fry, the Warminster Town Ladies manager.
We also have a guest of the week, Rob Nash assistant manager for Warminster Town FC. Rob tells us about his footballing history and how he's getting on in this role.
Plus as usual, we talk to the one and only, Jamie House.
Both Warminster Town FC and Warminster Town Ladies are having a very successful time in their respective leagues.
We review their matches and also we have a Guest of The Week - Lewis Graham, a central defender for Warminster Town and assistant coach for Warminster Town Ladies FC.
S3 Ep8 In this episode we celebrate wins for Warminster Town men’s and ladies teams. We interview the ladies team manager, Tim Fry plus we have another special guest of the week. Find out how Callum Hotine’s clean sheet has raised money for Epilepsy Research UK.
S3 Ep6 Both Warminster Town 1st Team and Warminster Town Ladies were hoping to keep their season’s 100% win rate going. However, it didn’t quite go according to plan. We also talk about how fans can get involved in the podcast and local businesses gain some valuable publicity. Tune in now!
S3 Ep4 In this episode we take a look at the past 7 days and the 2 matches Warminster Town have won. We also look forward to the BIG one!
Our guest this week is Martin Cassidy of Ref Support. Learn more about what they do and hear some enlightening information about referees and the Football Association.
S3 Ep 2 - In this podcast, we interview the Warminster Town manager, Andrew Crabtree and he shares his thoughts about the preseason and the team. We also interview Sandie Webb, author of the book, Another View from The Terraces. All this and more in this week's episode.
With the Coronavirus bringing our football season to an abrupt and early ending it would be good to hear from you. What do you think about the way the league has handled the situation? Do you think we will get football back underway on time for next season? Will supporters be allowed in the clubhouse? All these and more questions are open for you to send in your opinion.
What a great weekend of football and a special event at Warminster Town Football Club.
The 107 in attendance witnessed a 6-goal thriller in the match with Wells City F.C. The club also helped raise funds for Cancer Research UK and more about this in the podcast.
We reveal a new goalkeeper for Warminster Town and share much more with you in this week's episode. Please listen now and share with others on social media.
There was a very disappointing performance when Longwell Green Sports came to Weymouth Street. Even though the visitors were down to 10 men for the whole of the second half, Warminster could not score. Let's talk about that game, what's coming up and the league table.
How can you spread the word about Warminster Town Football Club and help to increase the club's support? In this episode, we will tell you how with little effort you can do this.
We also would love to have more photos of our matches and ground shots on away trips. Find out how you can submit your photos so we can use them on Instagram and Facebook.
Since our last podcast, Warminster Town has won 2 cup ties, beaten by much-fancied Cheddar AFC and then lost to league strugglers Hengrove Athletic. Our next match should produce goals if previous performances against Portishead Town can be recreated.
Ep 15 How Warminster Town is helping Chris Dunn-Veale raise money for his chosen charity. You can find out more about Chris's charity on his Facebook Page. Who has won our latest competition with prizes sponsored by Warminster Maltings. All this and more in this week’s podcast.
Warminster Town had 2 successful cup ties in one week! Firstly, victory over Portishead Town in the Les Phillips Cup and followed by a win over AFC Portchester in the second round of the FA Vase.
We are also pleased to speak to the Toolstation League podcaster, Ian Nockolds who updates us on the Football Association and their plans for the Western League.
All this and more in this episode of The Warminster Town Supporter Podcast.
To talk about the issues raised in this podcast you can email email@example.com or contact Ian Nockolds on Twitter @iannockolds
What happened when Warminster Town went to Ashton & Backwell Utd on Saturday, October 19th? This week's match review is by Craig Adlington who came all the way from Cotgrave, Nottingham to watch the match.
What a weekend of football for Ground Hopper Day and Warminster Town had a wonderful attendance. Find out how many turned up on a wet October Saturday night. We discuss this and more in this week's episode.
With no game on the final day of the month, Warminster Town now have 4 matches to look forward to in September. Included is the 2nd qualifying round of the FA Vase when Alresford Town will be coming to Warminster on the 14th. Can the Red & Blacks get through to the first round this season?
We are delighted to be joined by manager, Andy Crabtree for a look back at out last game and changes in the team. With the introduction of sin bins into The Western League there has been some confusion over the rules. In this episode we include a review of those rules along with other topics about Warminster Town Football Club.
On Saturday, August 10th, Warminster Town travelled to Devizes Town for a local derby and got their first 3 points of the season in a very entertaining game of football. Find out what happened and what is to come.
Listen in to this week's episode where we talk about the Warminster Town and the recent games plus we interview David Feast to talk about his love of football and photography which he is able to combine. David is also engaging in a challenge to raise money for MIND and if you can help here in the link.
In this episode we review the match against Oldland Abbotonians and look forward to future games. It's always good to get to know the players and in this episode we talk to Jordan De Silva and find out how he's enjoying life at Warminster Town Football Club. Plus we explain why we need your help to be able to broadcast live using YouTube.
In this podcast we review our last match and look forward to the next game. We also find out about the Twitter Polls by Fans of the Toolstation Western League. Can you help with our #makeit200 campaign? Find out more in this podcast.
In this episode we review the weekend match against Radstock Town and look forward to the game ahead. Plus we're pleased to be able to talk to Ian Nockolds the host of the Toolstation Western League Podcast.
We review the Friday night football experiment at Corsham Town Football Club and a quick chat about the result with Jamie House. It's also good to be able to interview Warminster Town’s Assistant Manager, Rob McFerran and get the inside information.
Lots in the show for you including an interview with Warminster Town player, Jake Herd. Find our why the number 200 is being mentioned across our social media platforms. We will also be taking a look back in history to the year 1895 and a couple of interesting events in the Western Football League.