It was 33 years ago today, on May 9th 1987, that United secured their Football League status with a 2-2 draw at home to Crewe Alexandra. As all Gulls fans know though, that only tells half the story. For anyone that does need reminding, United, who needed a draw on the final day of the
The Gaffer looks back on a week that saw United’s retained list released, and also pays his own unique tribute to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Having figured in United’s first-team plans for the past two seasons, it’s early to forget that young Gulls striker Olaf Koszela only turned 18 at the end of March. Having already forged a enviable reputation for himself at youth team level, 2019/20 saw Olaf continue to score goals at almost every opportunity, while continuing to
Fans encouraged to join club in recognising the events of 75 years ago With today marking the beginning of events to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, Torquay United AFC are encouraging supporters to join us in acknowledging the end of six years of conflict, as well as honouring those that made the ultimate
Torquay United’s Goalkeeper Coach Phil Osborn, along with resident ‘keepers Shaun MacDonald and Lucas Covolan Cavagnari, tell us about the unique bond that exists amongst the members of the renowned ‘Goalkeepers’ Union’.
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 the Great War of 1914-1918 prompting both Torquay Town and Babbacombe to close following the completion of the 1913/14 season, it would