With UEFA Euro 2020 one of the many international sporting events postponed due to recent circumstances, football fans throughout the country will have to wait another 12 months to see England fight it out amongst Europe’s elite sides, in a bid to claim their first major honour in over 50 years. One man who knows
Torquay United AFC are pleased to announce that officially branded face masks are now available for purchase from the online club shop. With the use of face masks in shops to be made compulsory from July 24th in England, and having also been mandatory on public transport for some time now, TUAFC Official Face Masks
Today United manager Gary Johnson reacts to the club’s end of season player awards, gives an update on the potential National League restart dates, as well as answering the latest questions from the Yellow Army.
Following a summer of extensive improvements on United’s playing surface, here’s the latest scene from Plainmoor. With the familiar chequered pattern now adorning the hallowed turf, this provides another timely reminder of the work that has been going on behind the scenes, in preparation of the forthcoming campaign. “I’m happy with how things are coming
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. With former Plymouth Argyle defender John McNeil appointed as the new man in charge at Plainmoor, Torquay United set about following up their
Official TUFC TV catches up with Player of the Season Ben Whitfield, and Young Player of the Season Ben Wynter, after both were recognised as winners by the Yellow Army for their efforts during the 2019/20 campaign.