The new website launched at the beginning of August and we’re after your feedback on what you think is good, and what you think we can do better. We hope you think that the new website offers a lot more than the old one. The homepage carries a lot more relevant information than before, and
Away Travel Torquay United fans can let the travel club take the strain when it comes to travel to away fixtures. The travel club is arranged by Torquay United fans Mark Shepherd and Graham Riley. You can contact them for details on upcoming travel details and join them on Facebook here. If you haven’t travelled with
Torquay United Official Supporters’ Club rolled out the yellow carpet for United fans from Holland at our last home game against Dover Athletic TUOSC President Robin Stubbs (above) and life long Gulls fan Roger Lester (below) met the group from Holland. “The boys from the Netherlands were great company and a joy to be with,”
Gary Owers was pleased with the progression he saw from his side in Saturday’s 1-1 draw against FC Halifax Town at the Shay. United conceded in the 68th minute, but hit back through Jamie Reid seven minutes later. A point could have easily been three if United had been a little more ruthless in front
Torquay United striker James Gray has joined National League North side York City on a one-month loan deal. Gray, 25, has featured 13 times for the Gulls this season, scoring 2 goals. York City are currently in 6th place in National League North.
Goalkeeper Neal Osborn has returned to Barnstaple Town on loan until the end of the season. Osborn joined Barum on loan in early October, but returned because of injury to fellow United goalkeeper, Ryan Clarke. We wish Neal the very best during his loan spell.