We welcome Exeter City to Plainmoor as part of our 2019/20 pre-season campaign on Saturday, July 27th (3pm KO). The Grecians have just finished their League Two campaign which ended with them narrowly missing out on the play-offs after an admirable season. More games and entry prices will be announced in due course.
With the end of one of the most memorable seasons in Torquay United’s history comes the start of more significant investment in the Plainmoor pitch. Last season saw the Club add initial primary drainage channels and irrigation (pop-up sprinklers). Work is currently being carried out to complete more drainage work to further help groundsman Julian
Following the release of Torquay United’s season ticket packages for the 2019/2020 season, manager Gary Johnson took time out to emphasise the vital role season ticket holders will play in his team strengthening plans ahead of next season. “The big thing for me is keeping the momentum going, because everybody enjoyed the season. We all
Asa Hall scored many vital goals for his side last season, and now with the help of his sponsor, they are proving even more significant for a local charity. When Asa’s Player Sponsor last season, Chris from Kingswear Village Stores, announced he was going to pledge £10 to Rowcroft Hospice for every goal United’s captain
Torquay United have today confirmed the departure of two members of their 2018/19 title winning squad. Following the release of Samir Nabi, Jason Banton, George Essuman and Jon-Paul Pittman, goalkeeper George Burton and defender Jamie Sendles-White have both left Plainmoor to pursue new challenges elsewhere. Manager Gary Johnson was quick to praise the contribution both
Torquay’s Under 9-side took part in a two day football tournament last weekend, and they ended it by coming away with the SCI Football festival trophy. The first day consisted of four games, with our youngsters getting off to a fantastic start by defeating Oldland Abbotonians from Gloucestershire 7-0. The 2nd match against Dosthill Colts