Lowestoft Town Football Club News

Lowestoft Town FC players were hitting the bikes and embarking on long distance runs this week as they look to prepare for the return of football after lockdown.

Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold has expressed his delight after sealing the signing of flying winger Ryan Hawkins.

Lowestoft Town defied the wet and stormy weather to put on an excellent display as they brushed aside Isthmian League Lewes 3-1 to progress in the FA Trophy for the first time in five years.

Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold has challenged his players to “show more consistency” ahead of two games in the next four days.

There’s simply no stopping Norwich United, who have opened a five-point gap at the top of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

Lowestoft Town FC manager Jamie Godbold has called on his players to approach the next match “with confidence” as they look to continue their unbeaten run at home in the league.

Lowestoft Town FC manager Jamie Godbold has issued a rallying call to supporters to turn out and back The Blues during a crucial week.

Lowestoft Town FC have strengthened their defensive options with the loan signing of Ipswich Town U23 player Levi Andoh.

Lowestoft Town FC’s scheduled match tonight (Tuesday) against St Ives Town in the Pitching In Southern Premier Division Central League has been postponed.

Three games into the new Pitching In Southern Premier Division Central League campaign and Lowestoft Town FC have made an excellent start.


Officials at Lowestoft Town Football Club have expressed delight after a new main partner was confirmed.

Gallery Mixed emotions as Blues look to bounce back

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Lowestoft Town FC manager Jamie Godbold admitted the opening week of the new campaign had provided mixed emotions.

Lowestoft Town striker Malachi Linton has earned a dream move back into professional football with Championship side Wycombe.

Lowestoft Town FC will begin their Emirates FA Cup journey this evening (Tuesday).

Lowestoft Town FC will start the new league season tomorrow buoyed by a midweek win that sealed a cup final place.

Lowestoft Town FC sealed their place in the Turners Hyundai Suffolk Premier Cup Final following an excellent 2-0 victory over Bury Town FC.

Lowestoft Suffolk

Lowestoft Town were denied in stoppage time after a superb strike sealed a 2-1 victory for an Ipswich Town U23s side at Crown Meadow.

Supporters are being urged to arrive early for an eagerly awaited pre-season friendly, as Lowestoft Town FC host an Ipswich Town X1.


Lowestoft Town FC will make a long-awaited return to competitive football action in 11 days time.

Lowestoft Town FC will kick off their pre season campaign later this month.


Officials at Lowestoft Town FC have expressed delight after the club received a boost during the continuing coronavirus crisis.


Management at Lowestoft Town FC have expressed their delight after Keith Webb was unveiled as the club’s new Head of Coaching.

Lowestoft Town FC have unveiled a new sign-ing.

Lowestoft Town FC will be on the lookout for a new main partner when its partnership with Oakes Recruitment concludes at the end of this month.


Lowestoft Town FC supporters will be able to have their say on what the club’s new kit design looks like for next season.


The FA Council has ratified the decision to expunge all results at Steps 3-7 of the national game because of the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

The football season for some local teams is well and truly over after all results were expunged because of the coronavirus pandemic. We asked some of them how they are coping, and what the impact of the decision has been... this is in their own words

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Ady Gallagher admits he misses life at Lowestoft Town, but not enough to make the leap back into football management any time soon.

King’s Lynn Town footballer Chris Henderson has offered to help those in need because of the effects of coronavirus after seeing empty supermarket shelves caused by stockpiling.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Anglian Combination League matches look set to go ahead on Saturday as football feels the full effects of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Lowestoft Town’s next two league matches have been postponed.


Lowestoft made one change to their line up for the visit of Biggleswade Town bringing in Louis McIntosh for Dylan Ruffles and continued their improved form with an excellent odd goal of three victory.

Lowestoft Town will be boosted by the return of midfielder Andrew Fisk ahead of two tough away games in the next three days.

Lowestoft Town completed a good week with another three points when completing a league double over Stratford Town.

With Storm Dennis playing havoc with the region the players of both Needham Market and Lowestoft deserve the utmost praise for coping with the conditions and providing an entertaining closely fought 90 minutes.

Making defensive errors whilst playing the division’s highest scoring attack is a recipe for disaster as Lowestoft found to their cost on Saturday with basic mistakes playing a big part in all of Bromsgrove’s goal.

Lowestoft Town will be looking to bounce back on the road as they face two tough Southern Premier Central away trips in the next three days.

Lowestoft Town’s three-match winning streak came to an end on Saturday, beaten by a strong Nuneaton Borough side who adapted to the conditions much better than the Trawlerboys.

Lowestoft Town made it three wins on the trot as they produced their best display of the season recording their second successive clean sheet as well.

It’s been a good week for Lowestoft Town as they followed last Saturday’s five goals with a six-goal spree against struggling Redditch United.

A strong wind and a heavy spongy surface gave attackers an advantage over defenders resulting in 90 minutes of thrills and goalmouth action.

In bitterly cold conditions and with a biting cross field wind Lowestoft Town and Rushall Olympic fought out a dour goalless draw in front of 340 frozen spectators.

It’s been an excellent week for Lowestoft Town as the Trawlerboys earned six points and seven goals from their two fixtures.

Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold has called on his players to maintain their good form over a busy festive period.

Lowestoft Town claimed an impressive 3-1 win at Hitchin Town in the BetVictor Southern Premier Central League last night.

Lowestoft Town travelled to leaders Tamworth in hope rather than expectation with their depleted squad.

Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold is hoping his squad will be boosted by the return of three key players ahead of a busy schedule.

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