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New Signing

Tuesday 17 September 2019 - 1:59 pm | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

Aylesbury United manager Ben Williams has strengthend his squad with the signing of winger David Manu.

He goes straight into the squad for tonight's trip to Bedford Town - ironically the club where he enjoyed arguably his most productive season having made 37 appearances for the Eagles in 2017/18.

Ducks supporters with longer memories might also remember David coming off the bench to score a stunning solo goal against us for North Greenford United back in 2014.

He has also played for Kings Langley, Hanwell Town and Uxbridge, amongst others, and started the current campaign with Beaconsfield Town.

Welcome to the club David!

Also signing registration forms is Sean Coles. Sean originally joined Aylesbury last summer but was hampered by an injury picked up in preseason and subsequently returned to Winslow United.

Currently working his way back to full fitness following another spell on the sidelines, the manager is hoping to involve him soon once his ankle is stronger.


Ducks Back to Winning Ways

Saturday 14 September 2019 - 8:52 pm | Added by: Ian Pluck to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

The Ducks put the disappointment of last week's FA Cup exit behind them to take all 3 points against visitors Coleshill Town.

Ken Feyi opened the scoring in the 35th minute, just 10 minutes after having a penalty saved.

Loanee Sydney Ibie doubled the scoring with 15 minutes left to play to give the Ducks a comfortable win.

To round off a bad day for the visitors, captain Matt Jackson was shown a second yellow card in the last minute of normal time to secure himself an early bath.

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Programme for Coleshill Town Game Added

Friday 13 September 2019 - 10:09 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

The matchday programme for our Division One Centrla game against Coleshill Town has been added online now.

Supporters are able to access the programme through one of two methods:

As a PDF download from the club's website, use the address: to access the latest edition.

Access via Issuu on desktop or mobile app

Either go to and click on the programme you want to read.

Or you can also download the Issuu app from the App or Google Play stores. Download the app, set up an account, and search for Aylesbury United under publishers.

By clicking on the programme you want, you can download it to your mobile ahead of the match.


Free Girls' Football Taster Sessions *UPDATED*

Monday 09 September 2019 - 09:39 am | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Interested in playing girls’ football? Do you want to play for a team? Or just train for fun? Then why not come along to one of our FREE training sessions?

U11/U12/U13 teams - Tuesday 17th September, 6:15 to 7:30pm, Mandeville School playing field

We are looking for new players in school years 6, 7 and 8 to join our U11, U12 and U13 teams.

The teams train on Tuesday evenings and play matches on Saturday mornings.

Wild Ducks - Wednesday 25th September, 5:30 to 6:30pm, Mandeville School sports hall

Introducing our new Wild Ducks training for girls aged 5 to 11 years.

All abilities are welcome and the emphasis is on having fun and making friends whilst learning core skills.

Unfortunately, we are forced to postpone the launch of our new Wild Ducks training until Wednesday 25th September as the venue is no longer available. We apologise for the inconvenience.

The good news is that Wild Ducks will be FREE for girls aged 5 to 11 years on Wednesday 25th September, 2nd October, 9th October, 16th and 23rd October! That’s five weeks of FREE training!

There’s no need to register for either session, just turn up and play! Please remember to wear suitable footwear and bring a drink.

For more information, visit:, email: or tel: 07904 011007.


Humbled at Home in the Cup

Sunday 08 September 2019 - 5:59 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Aylesbury crashed out of the FA Cup with humbling 3-0 home defeat by Essex Senior League side Walthamstow.

On a poor afternoon all round, the Ducks gave away three penalties - two scored, one saved - and the scoreline could conceivably have been more than three.

The first spot kick came on just 8 minutes but it looked like United had been let off as Hopwood came to the rescue with a save.

But midway through the half the visitors did open the scoring with a follow up shot after Hopwood had saved well.

Just two minutes later and Hopwood was beaten again having felled a man in the box a different penalty taker found the net.

After the break penalty taker number three compounded Aylesbury's misery, and the Stags went on to have further chances with the Ducks seeing few opportunities to get back into the game.

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