Fleet offer places for performance and physiotherapy interns

Ebbsfleet United are offering positions for ambitious and talented interns to join our management staff in the fields of sports therapy and rehabilitation; sports science; football performance analysis; strength and conditioning; and nutrition. Working alongside our management team including manager Dennis Kutrieb and head of performance Lee Taylor, the successful candidate(s) will gain hands-on experience…

Parklife for walking footballers

Football might still be on hold for the majority of non-league clubs and grassroots outfits but the Fleet’s Over 50s walking footballers are oiling the gears for a return to friendly action as soon as the authorities give the green-light. Our boys have returned to training at Gravesend’s Woodlands Park on Thursday nights (6.30pm-7.30pm) with…

From the video archive: Fleet’s open-top triumph

Now added to our YouTube channel is the video of the Fleet squad’s parade through Northfleet and Gravesend with the FA Trophy on this day, 12 years ago. It includes interviews with manager Liam Daish, assistant Alan Kimble, defender Sacha Opinel and club secretary Roly Edwards recalling the squad’s invitation to the Civic Centre and…

Academy striker in NHS charity bid

Fleet academy frontman Jack Hardy has teamed up with rival Maidstone United player Alfie Whitnell with the pair aiming to run more than 200km in two weeks and raise funds alongside the effort. Hardy, 17, led the line for the Fleet in our Kent Senior Cup tie at Ramsgate earlier in the year and together…

King of the road

Skipper Jack King is the Fleet man raising money for charity in the latest football-related fundraiser for the NHS. Hartlepool United defender Myles Anderson has begun a campaign called ‘Myles for the NHS’ and already chalked up £3,000. He and fellow National League footballers are seeking to raise a substantial amount of money for NHS…

Fleet to join in the 5k for £5 challenge

Fleet’s Lawrie Wilson is extending his drive for NHS donations to the Fleet squad and fans, with a call to run 5km and donate £5 to the NHS. It’s a funding effort that has already begun to gather pace amongst players of clubs up and down the country on social media and via Lawrie’s running…

Mark my words and do the right thing

As the coronavirus crisis continues to grip the world, one ex-Fleet player has experienced the stark realities of COVID-19 rather more closely than most of us in lockdown. Defender Mark Phillips is one of a few former Fleet faces to have been through the illness, alongside former CEO John Moules and ex-striker Nathan Elder. Like…

Fleet’s dementia awareness day

Ebbsfleet United are delighted to be supporting local charity Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Services with our first Dementia Awareness day at the Kuflink Stadium on Good Friday (10th April). The local organisation is Kent’s biggest independent charity dedicated to providing support to people affected by dementia. The charity was established in 1991 working in the North…

Walking football open evening for interested players

Ebbsfleet United’s Walking Football squad is inviting anyone with an interest in playing football with a view to joining our Over 50s to come along to the Fleet Trust Office at the Kuflink Stadium on the evening of Tuesday 11th February. The Fleet squad that play in our two teams of Over 50s and Over…

Debut win for Over 60s

Ebbsfleet United can now proudly boast an over 60s football team and they started as they mean to go on by winning their first ever game, writes Chris Judge. Due to the popularity of the Over 50s walking football initiative that has swept the country, the Ebbsfleet squad has now developed a further age group…