Kidsgrove Athletic have announced a Student Day in an attempt to boost dwindling ticket sales. The day…
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Kidsgrove Athletic boss Ryan Austin says team are feeling a real togetherness after cup win over Witton Albion
Kidsgrove Athletic manager Ryan Austin has said his side is “feeling a real togetherness” as…
Kidsgrove Athletic take on Leek Town this weekend, and manager Ryan Austin believes the local derby will be a ‘tough, competitive’ test for his side. The Grove welcome their rivals to the Novus Stadium on Saturday, and Austin expects both sides to bounce back from their last league games, in which both sides had disappointing results.
New Kidsgrove Athletic coach Will Ryder felt he had ‘unfinished business’ with the club upon his return
Former Kidsgrove Athletic player Will Ryder has returned to the club, this time as a professional coach, and believes he has unfinished business with the club, as he looks to help the team rise up the table.
Kidsgrove Athletic manager Ryan Austin has questioned his players’ attitude after his team suffered a…
From the chilly streets of Stoke-on-Trent to the searing heat of the Caribbean, Leek Town goalkeeper Ben Chapman is eyeing potential future World Cup glory with the small Caribbean country, the British Virgin Islands.
Across the Atlantic lies a national team football team with, bizarrely, a rather unique Staffordshire theme running through their squad.
Kidsgrove Athletic lost 4-1 to Rushall Olympic in the Staffordshire Cup Final at Vale Park.
Three goals for The Pics in 17 first-half minutes saw off Kidsgrove, who had taken an early lead.
Kidsgrove Athletic manager Peter Ward is hoping this weekend’s derby against Leek Town will give his side the momentum to go and finish the season strongly.
Ward said his side have had an intense few weeks of matches and have to build up some form before their appearance in the Staffs Senior Cup Final at the end of the season.
Kidsgrove Athletic boss Peter Ward said his side are in a good place after thy progressed to the Staffordshire Senior Cup final on Tuesday.
Drawing 2-2 after extra time, a win on penalties for Kidsgrove against Hednesford Town means a trip to Vale Park for the final in late April.
Kidsgrove Athletic manager Peter Ward has said a ‘chop and change’ defence could be to blame for a disappointing season.
Ward’s side currently sit in 17th place in the Northern Premier League Division One South, 21 points off a play-off spot and only eight above the relegation zone.