Torquay captain Asa Hall has been named as The Vanarama National League Player of the Month for February. United’s experienced midfielder was in impressive form during the second month of 2020, and received National League recognition after leading his side to back-to-back wins over Halifax and Chorley. Congratulations, skipper!
Following the decision by the National League this afternoon to suspend all league fixtures until April 3rd at the earliest, Tuesday evening’s game at Plainmoor against Notts County, and all matches scheduled to take up until that date have been postponed accordingly. Matches currently affected are as follows: Tuesday 17th March – Notts County (H)
The National League has announced at a meeting today that all matches in the National League have been postponed until at least April 3rd 2020. The League issued the following statement: At its Board Meeting on Friday, The National League decided to use its best endeavours to keep its season going in the face of
Saturday’s match between Boreham Wood and Torquay United has been postponed. After discussions between Torquay United CEO, George Edwards, and Boreham Wood Chairman, Danny Hunter, it was decided that due to the long-standing partnership and shared facilities at Meadow Park between Arsenal FC and Boreham Wood, Saturday’s match would be postponed. George Edwards, CEO said:
Torquay United AFC is privileged to possess some of the most devoted and passionate supporters in the country, and it is therefore with deep regret that the club has to issue the following statement relating to significant banning orders issued to two Torquay United fans by Newton Abbot Magistrates Court this week. Over the past
The club have received a terrific response since launching our Former Players Association, with Ken Veysey the latest former United star to speak of his admiration for the club. Goalkeeper Ken was a hugely popular figure with the Yellow Army during two playing spells with the club, before returning to the club following his retirement