Volunteers to the fore

Many thanks to all our weekend (and weekday!) warriors who answered the call for some pre-season preparation work at the Kuflink Stadium. The Fleet supporters crew helped facilities manager Roland Barbullushi in cleaning and maintenance tasks ahead of the Fleet playing squad reporting for duty this week. The club is very grateful to fans and…

Volunteers required for stadium preparation

Have you time to help and would you like to spend some time assisting the club getting prepared for the new season ? The club, with the help of the Fleet Supporters Trust, are holding a number of volunteer days to assist in getting the stadium ready for the new season. There are a number…

Pitch regeneration gets under way

Work on the Kuflink Stadium’s pitch has got under way within the first week of the close season. The club has started early on pitch regeneration well ahead of the 2019/20 season, with the initial work commencing today and continuing all week. Fleet’s managing director Dave Archer said, “We wanted to start work on the…

Roadworks around Kuflink Stadium

Home and away supporters should leave extra time to travel to the Kuflink Stadium through August as Kent County Council have begun a series of roadworks in the area and traffic delays are occurring on all routes to the Fleet’s ground, from Swanscombe, Northfleet and Ebbsfleet International Station. Temporary traffic-control signals are in place on…

Supergrass on the sidelines

The Fleet haven’t quite joined the artificial pitch revolution but from next season, assistant referees and those on the home and away benches at the Kuflink Stadium will feel the benefit. The sidelines on the Main Stand side of the pitch have had artificial grass installed to prevent wear and tear on that well-used area…

Fleet capacity now officially back above 4,000

With work completed on the Swanscombe End and the granting of the safety certificate this week, the Kuflink Stadium’s official capacity now stands at 4,769. That brings the ground into line with National League requirements, the looming deadline for which necessitated the work to the away-end terrace. The club can confirm the following breakdown of…

Swanscombe End closed as refurbishment begins

The Swanscombe End at the Kuflink Stadium is now closed until further notice as work begins to refurbish the terracing and raise capacity back above 4,000. The emergency exit stairs at that stand have been removed already before the main phase of work begins. Supporters may still enter the ground via the turnstiles at the…

Swanscombe End closure date confirmed

The Swanscombe End will be shut for refurbishment works from January 2nd following completion of a construction plan by the club. The initial work will involve removing the scaffolding from around the temporary exit prior to the building of a new exit stairway in its place. Following that, works to build a new turnstile and…

Swanscombe End next for refurbishment

Ebbsfleet United can today announce the next phase of stadium development will be refurbishment works to the Swanscombe End, to take place in January 2018. National League requirements to qualify for the play-offs mean a stadium capacity of 4,000 is required and the Fleet will embark on a £200,000 strengthening of the Swanscombe End terrace…

Ready, steady… logo!

There may not be much going on pitchside in these early summer months but Stonebridge Road’s new main stand has gained some identity to its public-facing facade with the lifting into place of the club badge. The centrepiece of the club’s main stand redevelopment, the 3m-high badge featuring the Fleet’s famous halved East Indiaman at…