Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold is satisfied with his team’s progress in the Evo-Stik Southern League Central Division as they gear up for a battle for survival.
Lowestoft Town boss Jamie Godbold is looking to strengthen his squad in a bid to pull his side away from the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central relegation zone.
Young aspiring footballers are being given a kick-start in developing their passion for the game, thanks to a new community link-up.
“Our town your club”
Exciting opportunities await aspiring footballers after a new partnership was agreed this week.
Robert Eagle has left Lowestoft Town to rejoin Leiston as a player-coach, subject to paperwork.
Lowestoft Town assistant boss Andy Reynolds is hoping the return of three experienced players can arrest the Blues’ recent slump.
Lowestoft knew they were in for a tough afternoon when they travelled to Coalville Town, the Leicestershire side unbeaten at home and with 17 goals scored in their six home game to date.
Lowestoft Town have a plan to upset the odds this afternoon when they come up against Evo-Stik Central Premier high-flyers Coalville.
A harsh penalty two minutes from time and three excellent saves from home keeper Daniel Platt denied Lowestoft a share of the points at least at Halesowen.
As Lowestoft Town prepare for the start of their league campaign on Saturday Mark Armstrong speaks to manager Jamie Godbold about how he plans to restore the feelgood factor at Crown Meadow
Ben Fowkes has earned a permanent switch to Lowestoft Town following his goal against Ipswich Town Under-23s in midweek.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks admits time is of the essence if the Blues aren’t going to be left playing catch up next season.
Lowestoft Town provided the opposition for Dorking Wanderers’ very last competitive game at their very picturesque Westhumble ground before they move to a brand new venue for next season.
“I am massively proud of what we have achieved, the club has a huge place in my heart and I am so glad with how it has panned out.”
Lowestoft Town had to settle for a point in their first match since confirming their top flight safety - despite having an extra man for 55 minutes.
Lowestoft Town are staying up.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks is hoping a sense of injustice will spur his side on as they look to stave off the threat of relegation.
Lowestoft Town manager Dale Brooks admitted he “honestly can’t say” who will be available for the next match after his team slumped to defeat against basement side Burgess Hill Town.
A goal in either half heaped the pressure on Lowestoft Town as the bottom side came away with all three points in this key relegation battle.
Two teams burdened by off-field problems met at the Amber Dew Events Stadium on a cold but dry evening.
It is a town which holds fond memories for a former England football captain.
Lowestoft Town’s visit to Margate saw the Trawlerboys more than match their third placed hosts before going down to a single goal defeat.
Academy manager Josh Miller has left his role with Lowestoft Town and has been replaced by first team player Travis Cole.
Lowestoft Town’s long wait for a home win continued despite a spirited second-half comeback against Staines Town.
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