Today we catch up with United midfielder Aaron Nemane, who talks about his early career in the UK and abroad, prior to linking up with Gary Johnson’s side last December.
Torquay United AFC is pleased to announce that our online club shop is now back up and running. With social distancing measures in place throughout the country, all businesses – including football clubs – are facing unprecedented challenges, and therefore the Yellow Army’s support of the club’s ventures during this time is hugely appreciated. However,
With 2019/20 marking 120 years since Torquay United AFC’s opening campaign, we continue charting the history of the club, following its formation at the Torre Abbey Hotel on Monday 1st May, 1899. Having barely survived only months earlier, the 1925/26 season provided United with the opportunity to focus on footballing matters once more, however their
United manager Gary Johnson gives us his opinion on the latest news affecting the National League, reveals some exciting news from the club’s youth department, and also has some interesting fitness tips for the Yellow Army!
After an encouraging first month back in the National League, September saw Gary Johnson’s side further establish themselves at non-league’s top table. Boosted by the double signing of Robbie Cundy and Ben Whitfield, United secured a 1-1 draw at old adversaries Woking, with the latter player emerging from the bench to score The Gulls’ late
Early January 2019 saw United extend their record-breaking run to a remarkable ten successive victories, with goals from Wynter, Andrews, Keating and Hall securing a 4-0 win over Slough Town at Plainmoor.