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Mark Robinson RIP

25/11/1946 to 12/04/2020
Supported The Fleet home and away for 52 years and regarded Stonebridge Road as his second home.

– submitted by Sandra Saunders

A lifelong Fleet fan. Watched the boys all around the country during his long life and still watching from above.

– submitted by Glenn Savill

John supported Gravesend & Northfleet and Ebbsfleet United for approximately 60 years. He was always quite vocal in his support of the team and enjoyed the banter of the Halfway Liners throughout those decades. Latterly, he always occupied the same disabled seat at the back of the Main Stand. Keith says his father loved his time watching the Fleet and is sorely missed by all who knew him.

– submitted by Keith Sizer

My father in law and lifelong fan. Passed away 2001 age 80.

– submitted by Keith Fennings


Tony‘s family were all Fleet fans and when he gave up playing for Gravesend Hockey Club more than 30 years ago, he became a regular at Stonebridge Road with his family.

Tony rarely missed a Fleet home game and enjoyed some great away trips, especially play-off wins at Farnborough, Aldershot and of course the FA Trophy Final at Wembley.  He was a loyal and friendly supporter, a level-headed but careful thinker when it came to all things Fleet and he could always be relied upon to give wise counsel, whether it was to club officials or fellow supporters and friends at the ground.
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28/2/1936 – 20/12/2016
A Fleet fan right to the end.

– submitted by Michael Sutherland

My dad, Colin Toulson RIP.

– submitted by Stu Toulson

My Father in Law; Worcester born and bred, but lived locally and became a Fleet fan in 1975 and remained so until his untimely death in November 2005.

– submitted by Richard Anson

Gary passed away in May 2020 shortly after celebrating his 65th birthday.

Gary was a true and committed Ebbsfleet United supporter, following the club for almost 60 years! He loved the Fleet passionately and one of my favourite memories is of seeing his happiness and elation at the final whistle of the second leg of the FA Trophy semi-final against Aldershot in 2008. Taken too soon and will be missed on the terraces.

– submitted by Alex Vaughan

A lifelong fan.

– submitted by Michael Holden-Wadsworth

Taken by Covid in December 2020, age 92. Seen here proudly holding the signed Fleet ball kindly given to celebrate his 90th birthday. Bill’s father-in-law was trainer to Northfleet United.

– submitted by Keith Fennings

24/09/1933 to 09/05/2021
Loving wife of long time Fleet fan Roy, mum of Alan, and nan of Emma & Nathan. Forever in our hearts.

– submitted by Alan Wyatt

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