Latest Aylesbury United News

Update From The Southern League

Thursday 02 July 2020 - 10:20 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags:

The Southern League have released results of a questionnaire regarding clubs' ability and requirements to resume playing again. The analysis of which can be found on the link below:

Southern League Questionnaire Analysis

Whilst no firm decisions have yet been made, the league are working on a number of scenarios for the resumption of competition.


Happy Volunteers' Week!

Wednesday 03 June 2020 - 2:19 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags:

This week celebrates Volunteers' Week for everyone that volunteers across the country.

Aylesbury United would like to thank all of our hardworking volunteers, past and present, for the effort they put into the Ducks over time. Like most other clubs at our level, we simply would not be able to continue without the tremendous support of our dedicated volunteers.

Thank you all for everything you do for the football club. We hope all of you are staying safe, and please continue to do so until we can be together again.

Remember: "Volunteers are not paid because they are worthless, but because they are priceless."

Up The Ducks!

Volunteers Week

Competition: Design Our 2020/21 Away Kit

Monday 01 June 2020 - 10:51 am | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: , ,


To enter the competition:

1. Download the below kit image and complete your design (remember not to use green and white as per the home kit)
2. Once complete, take a picture of your entry and submit either using Twitter, or by WhatsApp to AUFC on 07801 991576. Include full name, age and contact number/email address.
3. An Aylesbury United player will choose a weekly winning entry via Twitter each Friday

Each weekly winner wins match day tickets for themselves and their family for a game of their choice. The ultimate winner receives a season ticket for themself and their family as well as having their kit used for the 2020/21 season.

Closing date for entries is Friday 17th July.

Good luck!

» Download Blank Kit Template


Update From the Board of Directors

Tuesday 26 May 2020 - 10:11 pm | Added by: Ian Pluck to Club News, First Team | |

As a Board, we felt it would be good to reach out to our loyal supporters and explain the position for the football club moving forward, as the country continues to operate in these uncertain times and conditions.

Obviously, with an exciting season approaching its climax, none of us would have wanted to see the Southern League have to postpone all remaining fixtures, classifying the season as null & void.  We have decided as a club to maintain the records for the season, so appearances and goals (as yellow and red cards have) remain in the club historical archives.  So, congratulations to the following players for achieving their particular milestone during the season:

Greg Williams – 500 appearances

Jake Bewley – 250 appearances

Ollie Hogg – 150 appearances

Harry Jones – 100 appearances

Off the pitch, with the last 9 games unable to be played including 5 home fixtures, income has obviously suffered.  Unfortunately, the terms of our groundshare contract with Chesham required us to pay the last instalment as scheduled.   However, with some careful budgeting, we are confident of being able to maintain a playing budget similar to that of last season, which should help to provide Ben with the means to retain as many of last season’s squad as possible and add to it where he feels the need.  Ben has also penned a short message to the fans:

“We find ourselves in an unusual situation having had the season cut short, although the health of everyone is more important than football, we find ourselves frustrated but looking forward now to when football can resume (whenever that may be).

We were in a fantastic position going into the final 9/10 games and I believe our final game against Dunstable summed us up perfectly making life hard for ourselves but showing character and passion to recover quickly play some great football and score a few goals, this happened a few times during the season naming  Coleshill  and Kempston away as 2 great examples.

We will never know if we were to end our 19/20 season in the playoffs but I for one had great belief in the squad we had assembled and I’m sure we would have extended the season by at least 1 game and it would have been a fun rollercoaster one.

My hopes for next season are that the majority of the squad that finished want to return and we can have another go at finishing what we had started, I have spoken with all to check they are ok, and most seem in good spirits. Obviously, the timings of any return are out of our hands and yet to be decided but whenever that is, we will be ready to go.

In the meantime, I want to wish everybody a safe few months whilst we navigate these unprecedented times and I look forward to seeing you when it is safe to do so.”

We remain ever grateful to our loyal supporters, who have backed us throughout the season, showing an increase in our average attendance on last season, all no doubt thrilled by the attacking and entertaining football the team has been playing.  Special mention should go to the members of the Gold Club, who have continued their support of the club.  In its inaugural season, the Gold Club has provided much needed income and we are pleased to say the scheme will continue next season, new members are always welcome.  For those who may be unaware, this is a "super" season ticket offer, which gives members the chance to help the club and receive special benefits as follows:

A season ticket for all home league fixtures including league cup matches which can be used by a friend if the member cannot make a game.

An exclusive polo shirt for members.

An invitation to up to 3 pre- match meals together with a guest. There will be a talk by the manager and other activities.

Business members will benefit from an advert in all match day programmes and their company logo will feature on our website home page.

The cost of all this is £25 per month by standing order, which is equivalent to about £6 per week to help your club.   For further details please speak to Ken Turnbull ( .

On the subject of supporter led initiatives, we would also like to commend 21CD for the work that they have done in support of the club over the years since we left Buckingham Road.  It is fair to say that without the financial and matchday support that they have provided over the years, the club would not be where they are today, and may not even still be functioning.  Regular cash donations have enabled the club to pay ground rental payments and player expenses and many 21CD members have helped out on matchdays to allow us to ensure games go ahead safely and within the regulations we must comply with.  Many of you already support 21CD with subscriptions monthly, but sadly with an ageing fanbase, their numbers have fallen in recent years and there is a need for new members and for supporters to step up and serve on the committee, maintaining a level of support for the club.  Membership costs just £20 per year (or any amount you could afford in excess of this, with many members donating a small monthly amount, in excess of the minimum).  21CD is a regulated Supporters Trust and all funds raised are donated to the football club to support the annual finances.  If you can support, please do.  Andy Martin ( is the man to speak to if you have any questions, want to join (or increase your subs) or if you feel that you could offer skills by joining the committee.

It goes without saying that for a club without a single large financial backer, every penny received from our loyal support is appreciated; although we understand that these are difficult times for many due to the restrictions in force, if you can help and join either of the schemes above, your support for our club would be most gratefully received.

With details of next season’s start date and fixture list a little way away, it is too early to talk about Season Tickets for next season, but an announcement will be made when there is some certainty from the Southern League about how the season with be planned and scheduled, including arrangements for spectators.  Until then, we wish all supporters a safe and pleasant summer.  Hopefully the light at the end of the tunnel is getting larger and we will all be able to meet up with family and friends before much longer.  In the meantime, we urge you to continue to follow the guidelines to allow this unpleasant and uncertain situation to be resolved as soon as possible, keeping yourselves and your loved ones safe and well..


21CD 50:50 Draw - Join Today!

Monday 04 May 2020 - 1:54 pm | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team, 21cd | |

What is the 21CD 50:50 Draw?


The 21CD 50:50 Draw is a membership scheme whereby each member purchases a ticket for a small fee each month and is a fantastic way to support the club. Each member is allocated their own unique number for each ticket they purchase. A draw is made every month, with the owner of the drawn number winning the prize! Left over funds are then donated to the club by 21CD.

What can I win?


21CD 50:50 Draw minimum prize is as follows:

1st Prize: £100

However, the size of the prize is dictated by how many people join the draw.

Under the rules for the Draw, 21CD are committed to pay out 50% of the income in prizes. Amounts payable will be reviewed on an ongoing basis as membership levels vary.

How much does it cost?


The scheme costs just £5 per month to join (£1.25 per week), payable either as a monthly Standing Order from member's bank accounts, or by cheque for £60 per ticket purchased covering 12 months.

How do I join?


Simple - follow the instructions here: 50-50 Draw | Aylesbury United FC